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K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving
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K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Caregiving

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  • 1. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 1Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationUnit of Competency: USE AND MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT/TOOLS and MATERIALSDemonstrate understandingof/ on:• Types and correct useof tools/equipment andmaterials1. Equipment/tools and materialsare used properly.LO1. Useequipment,tools andmaterialsproperly.1. Practice on the utilization oftools/equipment andmaterials.2. Film viewing3. Portfolio making4. Handbook making• Writtenexamination• Demonstration5 hours• Procedures in storingparaphernalia• Care of materials andparaphernalia1. Materials and paraphernaliaare cleaned after useaccording to standardoperating procedures and inaccordance with relevantsafety procedures.2. Materials and paraphernaliaare placed / stored in theappropriate area followingsafety procedures.3. All materials andparaphernalia are checkedregularly fororderliness/tidiness inaccordance with employer’srequirements.4. Routine maintenance iscarried out or arranged as perstandard operatingprocedures.LO2.Perform aftercare activitiesfor tools,equipment,andparaphernalia.1. Handbook making2. Actual demonstration• Writtenexamination• Demonstration6 hours
  • 2. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 2Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationUnit of Competency: PERFORMING CALCULATIONSDemonstrate understandingof/ on:• Measuring devices 1. Appropriate food measuringdevices are used.2. Quantity of food is measuredbased on client’s needs.LO1. Obtainmeasurements.1. Making an album ofmeasuring devices.• Observation• Demonstration3 hours• Measurements andcalculations• Measuring devices1. Units of measurement usedfor food are convertedproperly.2. Temperature degrees areconverted accurately.3. Dosages are convertedcorrectly.LO2. Performsimplecalculations.1. Problem solving exercises. • Observation• Writtenexamination2 hoursUnit of Competency: PRACTICING OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES• TLV table• Philippine OHSstandards• Effects of hazards inthe workplace• Ergonomics• ECC Regulations1. Terms of maximum tolerablelimits are identified based onthreshold limit values (TLV).2. Effects of hazards aredetermined.3. OHS issues and concerns areidentified in accordance withworkplace requirements andrelevant workplace OHSlegislation.LO1. Evaluatehazards andrisks.1. Film viewing • Writtenexamination• Interview• Simulation6 hours
  • 3. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 3Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:• Safety regulations• Clean air act• Electrical and firesafety code• Waste management• Disaster preparednessand management• Contingencymeasures andprocedures1. OHS procedures for controllinghazards and risk are strictlyfollowed.2. Procedures in dealing withworkplace accidents, fire andemergencies are followed inaccordance with theorganization’s OHS policies.3. Personal protectiveequipment (PPE) is correctlyused in accordance withorganization’s OHSprocedures and practices.4. Procedures in providingappropriate assistance in theevent of workplaceemergencies are identified inline with the establishedorganizational protocol.LO2. Controlhazards andrisks.1. Film viewing2. Panel discussion3. Reporting• Writtenexamination• Interview• Case/situationanalysis• Simulation
  • 4. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 4Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:• Occupational healthand safety procedure,practices andregulations• Emergency-relateddrills and training1. Procedures in emergency-related drill are strictlyfollowed in line with theestablished organizationalguidelines and procedures.2. OHS personal records arefilled up in accordance withworkplace requirements.3. PPE is maintained in line withorganization guidelines andprocedures.LO3. Maintainoccupationalhealth andsafetyawareness.1. Role playing • Demonstration• Interview• Writtenexamination• Portfolioassessment• SimulationUnit of Competency: IMPLEMENTING AND MONITORING INFECTION CONTROL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES• Infection control policyand procedures andrelevant industrycodes of practice1. Relevant information aboutthe organization’s infectioncontrol policy and procedures,and applicable industry codesof practice are accurately andclearly explained to the workgroup.2. Information about identifiedhazards and the outcomes ofinfection risk assessmentsare regularly provided to thework group.LO1. Provideinformation tothe work groupabout theorganization’sinfectioncontrol policiesandprocedures.1. Debate • Writtenexamination• Collaborativeassessment4 hours
  • 5. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 5Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:3. Workplace infection controlissues and practices areobserved.• Infection control policyand procedures• Management systemsand procedures forinfection control.• Transmission andcontrol ofcommunicablediseases• Risk control measures1. Infection control policy andprocedures are implementedby supervisor and membersof the work group.2. Liaison is maintained withperson responsible fororganization-wide infectioncontrol.3. Infection control practices areimplemented.4. Work procedures are adoptedto reflect appropriate infectioncontrol practice.5. Issues raised throughconsultation are dealt withand resolved promptly orreferred to the appropriatepersonnel for resolution.6. Workplace procedures fordealing with infection controlrisks and hazardous eventsare implemented whenevernecessary.LO2. Integrate theorganization’sinfectioncontrol policyand procedureinto workpractices.1. Role play2. Structured controversy.• Writtenexamination• Interview
  • 6. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 6Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:7. Infection risks are reportedand infection controlprocedures are controlled• Organizationalprocedures formonitoring andtraining• Basic understandingof communicabledisease transmission1. Hazardous events in line withinfection control areinvestigated and causes areidentified in accordance2. Work procedures to controlinfection risks are monitoredto ensure compliance.3. Work procedures areregularly reviewed andadjusted to ensureimprovements in infectioncontrol practice.4. Feedback on complianceissues, charges in workprocedures and infectioncontrol outcomes areprovided.5. Training in work procedures isprovided as required toensure maintenance ofinfection control standards.LO3. Monitorinfectioncontrolperformanceand implementimprovementsin practices.1. Role playing • Written Test• Interview/ oralexamination• Practicalexamination• Directobservation
  • 7. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 7Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:6. Inadequacies in workprocedures and infectioncontrol measures areidentified, corrected orreported to designatedpersonnel.7. Records of infection controlrisks and incidents areaccurately maintained asrequired.8. Aggregate infection controlinformation reports are usedto identify hazards, to monitoran improve risk controlmethods and to indicatetraining needs.Unit of Competency: RESPOND EFFECTIVELY TO DIFFICULT/CHALLENGING BEHAVIORDemonstrate understandingof/ on:• OSH and issuesrelating to difficult andchallenging behavior1. Responses to instances ofchallenging behavior areplanned and appropriate staffand resources aremaximized.LO1. Planresponses.1. Think-pair-share activity. • Writtenexamination• Interview/ oralexamination4 hours
  • 8. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 8Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:• Institutional policies,procedures andstrategies in dealingwith difficult andchallenging behavior 2. Specific manifestations ofdifficult or challengingbehavior are identified andstrategies appropriate tothese behaviors are plannedas required.3. Safety of self and others isgiven priority in responding todifficult or challengingbehavior according toinstitutional policies andprocedures.• Dealing with difficult orchallenging behavioraccording toinstitutional policy andprocedures• Using company/institutional policy inreporting infectionrisks and improvinginfection controlprocedures1. Difficult or challengingbehavior is dealt withpromptly, firmly anddiplomatically in accordancewith institutional policy andprocedures.2. Communication is usedeffectively to achieve thedesired outcomes inresponding to difficult orchallenging behavior.LO2. Applyresponses.1. Role playing • Writtenexamination• Simulation
  • 9. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 9Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:3. Appropriate strategies areselected to suit particularinstances of difficult orchallenging behavior.4. Reporting infection risks andimproving infection control areencouraged.• Instructions andguidance of healthprofessionals involvedwith the care ofpatient/client• Institutional policiesand procedures inreporting andreviewing incidents1. Incidents are reportedaccording to institutionalpolicies and procedures.2. Incidents are reviewed withappropriate staff andsuggestions appropriate toarea of responsibility aremade.3. Debriefing mechanisms andother activities are used andparticipated in.4. Advice and assistance issought from legitimatesources when appropriate.LO3. Review andreportincidents.1. Role playing • Writtenexamination• Interview/ oralexamination• Practicalexamination• DirectobservationUnit of Competency : APPLYING BASIC FIRST AID• Basic anatomy andphysiology• Company standardoperating procedures(SOPs)1. Physical hazards to self andcasualty’s health and safetyare identified.LO1. Assess thesituation.1. Role playing • Writtenexamination• Directobservation• Simulation6 hours
  • 10. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 10Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:2. Immediate risks to self andcasualty’s occupational healthsafety (OSH) are minimizedby controlling the hazard inaccordance with OSHrequirements.3. Casualty’s vital signs andphysical condition areassessed in accordance withworkplace procedures.• Basic anatomy andphysiology• First Aiders’ skillslimitations• Consideration of thewelfare of the casualty• Safe manual handlingof casualty1. First Aid management isprovided in accordance withestablished First Aidprocedures.2. Casualty is reassured in acaring and calm manner andmade comfortable usingavailable resources.3. First Aid assistance is soughtfrom others in a timelymanner and as appropriate.4. Casualty’s condition ismonitored and responded toin accordance with effectiveFirst Aid principles andworkplace procedures.LO2. Apply basicfirst aidtechniques.1. Demonstration • Performancetest• Directobservation
  • 11. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 11Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:5. Details of casualty’s physicalcondition, changes inconditions, management andresponse are accuratelyrecorded in line withorganizational procedures.6. Casualty management isfinalized according to his/herneeds and First aid principles.• OSH legislation andregulations• Safe manual handlingof casualty• Report preparation• Communication skills1. Appropriate medicalassistance is requested usingrelevant communicationmedia and equipment.2. Details of casualty’s conditionand management activitiesare accurately conveyed toemergency services/relievingpersonnel.3. Reports to supervisors areprepared in a timely manner,presenting all relevant factsaccording to establishedcompany procedures.LO3.Communicate details ofincident.1. Role playing • Writtenexamination• Interview/ oralexamination• SimulationUnit of Competency : MAINTAINING HIGH STANDARDS OF PATIENT SERVICES• Roles andresponsibilities of selfand other workerswithin the organization1. Effective communicationstrategies and techniques areidentified and used to achievebest patient serviceoutcomes.LO1. Communicateappropriatelywith patients.1. Role playing • Writtenexamination• Interview/ oralexamination4 hours
  • 12. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 12Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:• Dealing withcomplaints and conflict2. Complaints are responded toin accordance withorganizational policy toensure best service topatients.3. Complaints are dealt with inaccordance with establishedprocedures.4. Interpreter services areaccessed as required.5. Action is taken to resolveconflicts either directly, wherea positive outcome can beimmediately achieved, or byreferral to the appropriatepersonnel.6. Participation in work team isconstructive and collaborativeand demonstrates anunderstanding of own role.• Listening skills• Client/patient issuesreferred to appropriatehealth professional1. Rapport is established toensure that the service isappropriate to and in the bestinterests of patients.LO2. Establishand maintaingoodinterpersonalrelationshipwith patients.1. Role playing • Writtenexamination• Interview/ oralexamination
  • 13. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 13Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:2. Effective listening skills areused to ensure a high level ofeffective communication andquality of service.3. Patient concerns and needsare correctly identified andresponded to responsibilityand accordingly establishedprocedures and guidelines.4. Effectiveness of interpersonalinteraction is consistentlymonitored and evaluated toensure best patient serviceoutcomes.• Organizational policiesand procedures forprivacy andconfidentiality ofinformation providedby patients and others• Procedures in caringof patients withchallenging behaviors• Techniques inmanaging andminimizing aggression1. Respect for differences ispositively, actively andconsistently demonstrated inall work.2. Confidentiality and privacy ofpatients is maintained.3. Courtesy is demonstrated inall interactions with patients,visitors, careers and family.4. Assistance with the care ofpatients with challengingbehaviors is provided inaccordance with establishedprocedures.LO3. Act in arespectfulmanner at alltimes.1. Demonstration • Writtenexamination• Interview/ oralexamination• Simulation
  • 14. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONHOME ECONOMICS – CAREGIVING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 14Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/ on:5. Techniques are used tomanage and minimizeaggression.• Cultures relevant tothe particular service• Institutional policy onpatient rights andresponsibilities1. Advice and assistance isreceived or sought fromappropriate sources on ownperformance.2. Own work is adjusted,incorporatingrecommendations thataddress performance issues,to maintain the agreedstandard of patient support.LO4. Evaluateown work tomaintain ahigh standardof patientservice.1. Work performance chart. • Writtenexamination• Interview/ oralexamination• Practicalexamination• Directobservation• Checklist forself-evaluation40 hrs.

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