further training, can improve working practice and as such, improve the standards of care provided. It can also identify areas of good practice that can be shared with others. How standards can be used to help a social care worker reflect on their practice? As social care workers, we all work to a set of standards that determine how we carry out our working practice. These standards are guidelines, policies and procedures that we are expected to follow, that identify the quality of care we are expected to achieve and deliver.
Using reflective Practice you will be able to contribute to your service provision by being able to reflect .process, evaluate and achieve progress through your better understanding of client group/user. Also thinking about your personal reflection what have you done well, what can you improve on, what have I learned from this? How standards can be used to help social care workers reflect on their practice? Using company policies familiarize yourself with your companies working standards. What is your work standards, what does your social care employee expect of you and what is it aim for for the service provision?
Improves your basic judgement and professionally enables you to apply skills to the personal development cycle. How reflective practice contributes to improving the quality of service provision? Contributes to improving the quality of service provision as the care worker constantly revises the policies and procedures and new standards that are being constantly set. Being up to date on the relevant new policies and procedures help the care workers to do their job and maintain of what is expected from them. How standards can be used to help care worker reflect on their practice?
Reflective practice is essential to personal development and the goals and targets put in place at performance reviews can help to focus you and give you a renewed sense of ability to succeed and achieve. If needs have been identified then additional training can be arranged to help you become more effective in your role and improve your confidence. When considering reflective practice you need to be open to ideas and criticisms of others. Your should reflect on your own work and the work of others around you. You need to be constantly thinking of ways to develop and improve your practice and be able to
Principles of personal development in adult social care setting Task A Ai) a) Reflective practice is when you look back at a moment in time, in the case of care you would look back at a call you did and evaluate it. b) This method is a very useful training tool as when you reflect on call you can see if any aspect of the call can be improved, if there can be improvement’s made a good carer may be able to transfer these new skills to another clients thus improving more than once clients care. c) As already mentioned in the second part of this question reflective practice is important as it can show ways of improving care provided and once a new skill has been fount it is easy to transfer it to other clients, you can also pass the skill on to your colleagues, thus the whole work force can benefit from one session of good reflective practice. d) Good reflective practice is a tool that can used during supervisions and team meetings, high standards of training provided during these reflective practice sessions will mean that the care has all the training and knowledge needed to provide the high standard of care expected not only by our company but the client and their families. Aii) a) It is important for a care worker to seek feedback so that they may improve the care they give, either by learning new skills or by learning how the manage their timing better when caring out the tasks need for the clients call.
1.2 Reason why reflecting on work activities is an important developmental skill: • It allows you to review how and why you carry out a particular task or range of tasks which in, turn gives indications that identify possible areas of improvement in your role as carer • Indicates better methods of carrying out the role of carer • May Indicate possible areas of further training that may be needed • Indicate areas to be discussed in our annual personal development plan review 1.3 Ways to ensure personal attitudes do not obstruct the quality of work • Have self awareness of innate attitudes and those acquired through peer pressure • Develop an understanding and awareness of other people’s attitudes and convictions and accepting and respecting these personal differences even though you may not fully agree with them. 2.1 How a learning activity has improved my own skill • A resident with Parkinson’s Disease had progressed to a stage where she was now unable to stand without assistance. For carers’ personal safety there is a not lifting policy in the care home. A Team leader trained me in the safe use of a harness in conjunction with
Through this identification, the reader will attain a greater understanding of the requirements needed for competent mental health counseling. Role of Researcher Mental health counselors aside from specializations must be informed about the people whom they work for. Understanding the characteristics of their clientele, counselors seek to understand interests, attitudes, personalities and intelligent quotients (Sherpis, et.al., 2010). One method used to attain reliable and accurate data can be demonstrated through research within these areas. Variables within data both quantitative and qualitative must be approached from an unbiased perspective aimed at seeking relevancy to these clients.
The systemic appraoch spends more time investigating how behavior patterns serve others, how it distracts them from forming more meaningful realtionships, and how behvaior reflects the need for a larger adjustment (Corey, 2017). Family Systems theroy is part of the Systemic approach and can be best understood when you have a foundation of other theraputic appraoches that is used within the pratice of Family Systems Theroy. Structural-Strategic Family therapy was first identified as Structural Family Therapy. It presented the belief that in order to understand and change a clients behavior, then the family structure and patterns must be understood and altered (Corey, 2017). Structural Family Therapy aimed to reduce dysfunction and change behaviors by addressing the family system.
Patterns need to be considered, because the conditions within a family at times affect behavior development and personality. Understanding a client's past influences often helps uncover details that are insightful during treatment and can assist the clinician in treating the client. As a clinician, you need to establish a sense of how the client views themselves as a person, how they perceive their past, and who he or she would like to become in the future. According to the Adlerian theory, my role as a clinician would be to establish an understanding with the client, assess the client's circumstances, and use modeling to encourage the client in his or her efforts to reach their desired changed behavior. The function of
I would ensure that my personal knowledge and skills meet required competency standards by asking for feedback from colleagues and management. I can determine my developmental needs by looking at the areas that I am weak in and improving in those areas.