Jodie Hutton Task A – Short Answer Questions Ai Explain three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship. A working relationship is established between both colleagues and service users, where time is spent with participants of either colleagues or service users during work hours. This relationship is kept strictly professional and should involve little or no contact out of work hours. Working relationships do not allow arguing, accepting differences, discussing interests or beliefs and personal life problems between the participants of the relationship. Sharing information on staff and service users is not allowed in a working relationship as followed by policies and procedures and things such as data protection.
A personal relationship is informal. Your use of language will be different, there aren’t rules to follow, you will be In your own environment. Professionalism is not necessary. 2. Describe different working relationships in health and social-care settings * Working relationship with colleague- professional at work, although often you make friends with colleagues,Therefore you will no doubt be informal outside of work and more in sync, working as a team inA service user’s home.
LEVEL 2 CERIFICATE IN PREPARING TO WORKING IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE ASSESSMENT 1 WORKING IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE QUESTION 1 EXPLAINE HOW A WORKING RELATIONSHIP IS DIFFERENT FROM A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP They both apply in different sphere; the first determination refers to work related aspects e.g. professional codes of conduct, employer policies and all relevant procedures according to which ''we needs to perform our daily duties'', as the second one applies to private life. In our 'working relationship' we are friendly to other colleagues, individual service users or employers. However, we would not share any sensitive data in relation to our work with third parties; that how we do when we met our friends and talk about non-work related aspects. 'Working relationship' is not that emotional like 'personal relationship', even sometimes we come across strong and intensive feeling, but then we need to remember to follow appropriate guidelines and procedure, which apply in our work environment.
A personal relationship is a relationship formed through choice, with someone who you like, who you may share interests and feelings with. In a personal relationship there are no sets of rules and procedures to follow and you are able to voice your personal opinions, thoughts and feelings. A personal relationship is therefore formed simply because you like that person and choose to have that relationship with them whether it is a family relationship or friendship. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in social care settings Ans. Management and staff, staff and service users, staff and healthcare professionals(For example: cares and nurses ,social workers,Doctors etc..) 2.1 Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role Ans.
Never undertake a task for which no training has been provided. * Document all visits and record any concerns regarding the wellbeing of the service user and report these concerns to your line manager seeking advice on how best to deal with the situation. How Duty of care affects the work of social care worker- The social care worker has a legal and moral obligation to always act in the best interest of the service user. The workers must have up to date training to be able to fully support the service user. They can refer to policies and procedures or contact line manager for help and guidance if needed.
It’s strictly professional. A personal relationship is where my personal life, activities and social life are involved. We called them friend or family. Working relationship does not allow argument, a real professional can come up with professional aspects when there`s disagreement. A personal relationship allows them happen, when we cannot put away our passion or proudness.
Form 7 Questioning Record Unit: 4223-005 The role of the health and social care worker Learner name |Links to: unit/learning |Assessor’s questioning record | |outcome/ Assessment criteria| | | | | | | | | |Questions and Learner Answers | | | | |1.1 |Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship | | | | | |With a working relationship there is no emotional attachment and is based on the job role only. Boundaries, codes of | | |conduct, employer policies and procedures must be followed. Whereas with a personal relationship the emotional | | |attachment is there due to family and friends and is not work related. | | |
Understand the role of the social care worker Ai . Explain three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship. * In a working relationship I am unable to express my opinions in an argumentative way. I must stay professional at all times which mean’s no confrontational behaviour and also take other people’s opinions into consideration. However, in a personal relationship I am able to express my opinions and values however I wish to, as I am able to be confrontational.
A personal relationship is a relationship formed through choice, with someone who you like, who you may share interests and feelings with. In a personal relationship there are no sets of rules and procedures to follow and you are able to voice your personal opinions, thoughts and feelings. A personal relationship is therefore formed simply because you like that person and choose to have that relationship with them whether it is a family relationship, friendship or sexual relationship. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in social care settings In the health and social care setting there are many different working relationships. These relationships will include: colleagues, manager, other professionals such as doctors/district nurse, service users and their family and friends.
Assignment 206 Explain three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship WORKING A working relationship is a relationship where I spend time with my co-worker and client together at work, but I have little or no contact out of working hours. It’s strictly professional. PERSONAL A personal relationship is one where my personal life and extra-curricular activities and Social life are involved WORKING A Working relationship does not allow arguing, accepting differences, discussing interest and personal life’s problem between participants. PERSONAL A Personal relationship allows them cordially. WORKING It is established with colleagues, clients and other professionals and sharing information is limited.