It has an influence on social care work, because we need to make sure that we are communicating well, and listening to the individual's wishes and preferences, and we need to remember not to dothings without discussing it with service user. Rights Every service user has rights and these must be respected. However, it need to be understood that rights and responsibilities have to be balanced. Some tensions between what the service user perceives as their right and what we can offer as a part of the service might be encountered. Examples of rights: dignity,privacy, choice of diet, choice of dress, the chance to say own opinion, etc.
Meeting an individual’s communication needs is really important if you want to develop a good working relationship with them. It is essential that the people you support trust you as you are working very closely with them. To provide person centred care you need to be able to find out their individual’s needs; wishes and preferences and to do this you need to be able to communicate. You have a duty to work out how to improve or overcome communication barriers, and if they are not resolved then there is a risk that you will cross boundaries, provide care that the person doesn’t like. Everyone has a right to dignity, respect and choice and we need to be able to meet their communication needs in order to provide this.
Diversity can cover a range of aspects including different beliefs, race, heritage, physical appearance. Diversity within an organisation is very important and should be highly valued as all staff should feel comfortable being themselves at work. In society there is a range of diverse people and cultures, it is important to value these differences in the workplace. It is important to treat others how you wish to be treated, and you should treat everybody as an individual and get to know their personal needs, analysing the best approach to help and offer support. You should also bear in mind the individuals wishes when around them.
Unit 4222-207 Outcome 1 1- Define person centred values: Values relate to our personal principles, morals, and ideals—that is, what we consider to be important. Each person is unique, with their own personal values and beliefs shaped by a number of factors that include culture, religion, and personal experiences. We value each person as an individual, respect their aspirations and commitments in life, and seek to understand their priorities, needs, abilities and limits. 2- Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values: Person Centred values discovers and acts on what is important to a person. It is a process for continual listening and learning, focussing on what is important to someone now and in the future, and acting on this in alliance with their family and their friends.
NVQ 3 Adults What Methods are effective in forming, maintaining and ending relationships with individuals and key people? It is important to be aware of the individual’s level of communication and ability and to use there chosen form of communication wherever possible. As I have been keyworker for many individuals I think they need to be aware of the clear boundaries that are put in place and this also needs to be consistent within all staff that will be supporting the individual. This is very important to form positive relationships whilst still keeping professional boundaries in place. You need to be a good listener, patient and be prepared to put in the effort as it can sometimes be very frustrating especially if there are communication difficulties.
CU1683 EQUALITY, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION IN DEMENTIA CARE PRACTICE 1.The person with dementia needs to feel valued and respected for who they are with their own likes and dislikes and needs and feelings. The carers will need to take account of their abilities, interests and preferences and be prepared to respond in a flexible and sensitive way. It is important to recognise and respect an individuals heritage. Every individual deserves respect and their heritage is part of their culture. The more one understands their culture the more one understands the person and the reasons they do some of the things they do.
Developing these values start from birth and the developing of stages factors from our surroundings. Parents, grandparents, teachers, and friends influence our values and ethical behavior with their own modeling. Human service professionals require high ethical standards to service those in need effectively. Workers value accountability and appreciation to ensure the treated receive the best care. Human service professionals articulate behavior, which can effectively express sympathy and empathy for the clients.
* Unit HSC 39 Support Individuals with Specific Communication Needs Assessment Criteria | Answers | 1. Explain the importance of meeting an individual’s communication’s needs | Communication is an essential part of all relationships, and as a senior care assistant, the ability to communicate well with the service users is a basic requirement for doing my job.Every individual has the right to communicate and as a senior care assistant, I have a moral obligation as well as adhering to the standards, codes of practice, guidelines, morals and law to make sure that everyone’s communication needs are met.If an individual’s communication needs are not met then all aspects of their daily life can be affected such as not being able to communicate when they are ill or feel sick or hungry or when they need help with different aspects of their life.It would also affect all the other rights covered by the codes of practice, which include diversity, equality, control, dignity, effective communication, risks, safety and security. | 2. Explain how own role and practice can impact on communication with an individual who has specific communication needs | As a senior care assistant I need to be alert at all time and to be prepared to analyse and adapt everyone’s needs for communication.The way I work and relate to the individuals I, support can help or hinder them to have the proper care or needs attended. For example if an individual needs me to speak slowly when I am explaining the process that I am about to do and I will raise the tone of my voice without me wanting to do so he/she can become agitated and restless and upset and will lose confidence in my abilities to help him/her with their daily life or even have an aggressive behaviour towards me or them and one of us can get injured.
It is obvious within the code that in the profession of counseling a great deal of attention must be paid to the respect of the culturally diverse population of clients with which counselors deal. It is immediately stated in the ACA Code of Ethics Preamble that “Association members recognize diversity and embrace a cross- cultural approach in support of the worth, dignity, potential, and uniqueness of people within their social and cultural contexts.” As it is laid out in the Code of Ethics, counselors must pay great attention to the specific cultural sensitivities that might exist in such a diverse client population. Not only must counselors follow these strict ethical guidelines with their clients but also with their colleagues. There are a
The Hyacinth Berry case study will be used throughout to identify and discuss the interconnections of values, ethics and legislation. The General Social Care (GSCC) and BASW offer the social work profession its value base. The message from reading their requirements is that values are a fundamental part of a competent social worker. There is also a clear need for both students and qualified workers to ‘identify and question their own values and prejudices and their implications for practice.’ The need for social workers to have respect for persons and their right to self determination still remains the key to practice. Complexities of the social work task relate partly to the worker having to negotiate the tension between these values and the dilemmas that decision making brings.