If the person centered value are all being followed correctly then the clients should feel happy and content. Aiii) Consent means asking someone for there permission to do something e.g. would you like help with personal care. We need to be careful because the client might lack capacity in some areas, but not in others this is known as implied consent. You MUST always gain consent.
It enables individual's to receive the care and support they need, in a person centred way and to be part of deciding the care that they will receive. Person centred care is good practice and helps to ensure that the correct and agreed care and support is given to each individual. No individual is the same and by having a person centred approach, it ensures that everyone is not treated the same, but in a way that respects their needs, wishes, preferences and values. Working to a person centred approach is essential in dementia care. It will help to maintain the individual's self-identity, self-respect and dignity.
Every individual should be supported and enabled to live in an environment which is free from prejudice and safe from abuse. Your responsibilities under the duty of care are to do everything reasonable within the definition of your job role to make this happen however you must be aware of potential dilemmas that may arise between the duty of care and an individual’s rights. During your work you may find yourself in situations where the individuals you are supporting do not agree with what you believe is best for them. In situations where there is a conflict of interest or a dilemma between an individual’s rights and your duty of care, it is best practice to make sure the individual is aware of the consequences of their choice and that they have the mental capacity to understand the risks involved in their choice. It is their right as an individual to be able to make informed choices about their own lives even if you disagree with their choice.
As a Care Assistant it is important that we make ourselves aware of exactly what the Residents preferences are before attending to them. That way we are able to carry out and provide the exact care the residents requires without having to personal questions which could make the Resident feel uncomfortable. Residents (Service Users) Rights Individuals are unique, and should never be treated as just a ‘patient’ or ‘service user’. Everyone is different and it is important that this is recognised within the Health & Social Care
All communication between a carer and client should be completely confidential and only shared with relevant colleagues. All communication between staff should be correct to ensure continuality of care at all times. Care plans should be up to date for staff to refer to this helps with continuity of care. 1.2. EXPLAIN HOW COMMUNICATION AFFECTS RELATIONSHIPS IN THE WORK SETTING When people communicate well with individuals in a work setting they usually feel satisfied.
It is also important to actively acknowledge the person’s strengths, passions and aspirations, and actively involve the family and friends, if the person wishes. Person-centred values includes: individuality; rights; choice; privacy; independence; dignity; respect; partnership; autocracy 2. Why is it important for social workers to work in a way that promotes person centred values? It is important to acknowledge the needs and wishes of your service users, and ensure that these underpin the planning and delivery of care. Promoting continuity of care that values the service users unique past, present and future individuality and recognizing and respecting the person’s role and contribution to family and wider society.
It enables individual's to recieve the care and support they need, in a person centered way and to be part of deciding the care that they will recieve. Person centered care is good pracitce and helps to ensure that the correct and agreed care and support is given to each individual. No individual is the a same and by having a person centered approach, it ensures that everyone is not treated the same, but in a way that respects their needs, wishes, preferences and values. Working to a person centered approach is essential in dementia care. It will help to maintain the individual's self-identity, self respect and dignity.
If someone would like to talk to a professional, you need to make sure they have privacy. Supporting independence Supporting people’s independence is very important as you need them to do as much as they can for themselves. You need to not take over and allow them to do it themselves as they would in their own homes. Allowing patients to have their independence and monitoring them whilst they do their day to day activities allows you to see how they get on with
Never agree to keep secrets, never buy the individual presents and do not see the individual in your own personal time. This could lead the relationship into a personal relationship; attachment issues and conflicts. Consistency is the key to maintaining the relationship and positive reinforcement. Also the use of incentive programmes to support the individual in areas that they may be having difficulty in. When an individual is moving on it is important that you take an active role if you are the person’s keyworker.
220.127.116.11 Explain why it is important to work in partnership with others. It is vital for the individuals support team to work with others to achieve a person centred approach towards the care, support or needs of the service user, this allows for the information to be shared confidentially and in agreed ways, to achieve the best standard of care for each individual. Also so that others that come in to the home can read or be passed on accurate and up to date information, so that they can provide a consistent approach to each individual and their needs. This also demonstrates respect, mutual beneficial practices for the individuals. It also allows each employee to understand each others roles, and what purpose