Assignment 305 – Understand person-centred approaches in adult social care settings. Ai – A poster which describes a range of person centred approaches to care: Support relationships between carers and the person needing support. Take the needs and views of the person you are supporting into account Work together with family members Provide care and support which is of a high quality Promote the independence of the person receiving care and support Be reliable and offer flexibility of care and support to people using the service Communicate effectively with the person receiving support, their family and their carers It is important to remember that everyone who receives care and support has a unique set of circumstances, needs, wishes and beliefs. Good quality, person centred care will recognise this and support the person to maintain their independence and individuality. Aii – A handout which explains why person centred values are important and how they influence social care work: Below is a diagram of person centred values that are important to individuals within a social care setting, these are all important as ensure the individual receives the best care that meets their individual needs.
By asking individuals what they want and giving them choices makes them feel involved and in control of their care and support. How can information about personality and life history be used to support a dementia sufferer to live well with dementia? In order to achieve care that is person-centred, we need to understand the
However communications between colleges is essential in order to keep continuity for clients and to also make sure the clients updated needs are met. * An explanation of how effective communication affects all aspects in adult social care settings. Give examples to support your explanation. Effective communication is very important in the social care setting. This is so we can reduce mistakes and hopefully stop problems from occurring, it also helps to ensure the highest level of personal care can be given.
To give encouragement and to make a person feel valued. Aii Explain how effective communication can affect relationships in an adult social care setting between: a) Colleagues and other professionals Effective communication would create a positive atmosphere in the work place, the staff would be more than willing to help each other out. Communication would be better as everything would be up to date, staff members will know where they are and if extra support is needed. b) Individuals using the service and their carers Effective communication is essential in building a good relationship between the client and the carer as it can help build trust and respect. Effective communication is fundamental in regards to the resident’s needs and preferences and to ensure they are met.
Benefits of person centred care * Allows the client to retain a level of independence and capacities. * Takes into account the clients input and preferred choices. * Helps retain a good quality of life and stops institutionalisation. * Maintains the client’s dignity and shows them respect. * Allows carers to focus on the client’s point of view.
Principles of communication in adult care settings Understand why communication is important in adult social care settings 1.1 Different reasons people communicate Express emotions Exchange information Express views Share experiences Socialise Establish relationships 1.2 Effective communication between customers and careers means the customer gets the care they require and helps make the carer aware of any problems the customer may have. Careers need to be able to let other careers, supervisors or management know if there's any concerns about a customer. Good communication helps to build trust between carers and customers. Effective communication helps to prevent misunderstandings between careers and customers. 1.3 By observing a persons reaction you can tell if they have understood and agree with what they are being told.
1.1 The reason why people communicate is to insure everyone has the correct information and instructions to follow, it also allows people to share ideas and experiences, express their feelings, socialize and ask questions. Communication enables people to build and maintain relationships with service users and work colleagues, to create a better working environment. It is easier for work colleagues to discuss and raise any concerns about a service user than to read in the care plan. 1.2 Communication can lead to good or poor service within an adult social care setting. Good communication with service users encourages participation in activities therefore promoting equality within the care setting.
Unit 1 Principles of communication in Adult Care settings 1.1 Peoples need to communicate to socialise, to build relationships, express needs, feelings, emotions, share ideas and information, to understand the others and be understood. 1.2 In a Adult Social Care Setting, the communication between the carer worker and the service user is the most important factor. The carer worker need to know about the user needs to do is job properly and give the best help in day basis. It is extremely important the communication with individuals and their families, doctors, others carers and staff members, promoting a good team working for the individual wellbeing. 1.3 On my job role, it’s crucial to observe an individual’s reaction when is communicating with me, because some of them have difficulties to express themselves by words and with the right observation, I receive more information and understand them better 2.1 It is important to find out about an individual’s wishes and preferences mainly to get to learn more about their personality, to understand their desires or needs, to also get to know them better.
CT300 Understand Person-Centred Approaches In Adult Social Care Settings 1.1 Person-Centred values are an approach to care that respects and values the uniqueness of the individual, and seeks to maintain, even restore, their individuality. Personal centred values include Individuality, Rights, Choice, Privacy, Independence, Dignity, Respect and Partnership. 1.2 It is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values because working with a Individual, Service User and others who are involved with them to help find out that individuals history, preferences, wishes and needs. It helps to promote independence and to ensure that a service user is involved in everything which gives them the aspects on life. 2.1 Employees can find out information regarding service users by talking to people who have a influence on that person’s lifestyle.
When we create our plans of care, see the person, treat the problem and plan for the future, because this will influence the outcome of any care you provide. Always think, a person centred approach to the care you give, because one day the person needing the care will be you. Aiii See poster. Aiv Do you know who you are? A daft question you might think OK, lets ask another question, do you know who your service users are?