1. Understand the importance of sleep
1 Explain how sleep contributes to an individual’s well-being
2 Identify reasons why an individual may find it hard to sleep 3 Describe the possible short-term and long-term effects on an individual who is unable to sleep well
2. Be able to establish conditions suitable for sleep
1 Describe conditions likely to be suitable for sleep
2 Minimise aspects of the environment likely to make sleep difficult for an individual
3 Adjust own behaviour to contribute to a restful environment
4 Describe actions to take if the behaviour or movement of others hinders an individual’s ability to sleep
3. Be able to assist an individual to sleep
1 Explain the importance of a holistic approach to assisting sleep
2 Encourage the individual to communicate the support they need to sleep
3 Assist the individual to find a position for sleep consistent with their plan of care
4 Support the individual to use aids for sleep in ways that reflect the plan of care and follow agreed ways of working
4. Be able to monitor sleep
1 Establish with the individual and others how sleep will be monitored
2 Record agreed observations relating to the individual’s sleep and the assistance given
5. Know how to access information and advice about difficulties with sleep 1 Describe situations in which additional information or assistance about sleep would be needed 2 Explain how to access additional information and assistance
An individual is someone requiring care or support
Agreed ways of working will include policies and procedures where these exist Others may include:
others who are important to the individual’s well-being
Unit aim (s)
This unit is aimed at those working in a wide range of settings. It provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to establish conditions suitable for sleep and support the individual to sleep. Assessment requirements specified by a sector or regulatory body (if appropriate) This unit must be assessed in accordance with Skills for Care and Development’s QCF Assessment Principles. Learning outcomes 2, 3 and 4 must be assessed in a real work environment. Details of the relationship of the unit and relevant national occupational standards HSC216
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