I reflected this back and explained to the speaker I felt they were perhaps anxious and agitated about the topic being discussed. The speaker was not aware that they were expressing any from of body language and agreed with the feelings suggested. This reflection then enabled us to carry on and explore these feelings further. “Stereotyping and prejudice are natural human behaviours” (COSCA HANDOUT). In order to protect the speaker and the counsellor throughout the helping process, ensuring justice, fairness and non-discriminatory practice to both parties, a code of ethical framework is followed.
DUTY OF CARE 304 Ai WHAT IS MEANT BY THE TERM DUTY OF CARE Duty of care is a requirement that a person acts towards others and the public with the watchfulness, attention, caution and prudence that a reasonable person in the circumstances would. If a person's actions do not meet this standard of care, then acts are considered negligent and any damages resulting may be claimed in a lawsuit for damages. Aii HOW THE DUTY OF CARE AFFECTS THE WORK OF A SOCIAL CARE WORKER Duty of care makes us more aware, responsible and accountable for neglience when looking after somebody. Our observation and listening skills are very important. For example, If we notice a client has a sore spot at the base of the spine and we fail to report it or apply cream to it, in a very short space of time it could develop into a pressure sore which is neglient.
Respecting other will play a huge role in how others see you as well. Of course, there are a few people who do not deserve your respect, but you should always work towards treating people the way you would like to also be treated. You should be honest with people, do not insult one another, cause no harm, and do not steal from anyone. Respecting property would be the third behavior expectation. If you have ever had something taken away from you, one would know how it makes them feel when their property was not respected.
In some instances, defense mechanisms are thought to keep inappropriate or unwanted thoughts and impulses from entering the conscious mind. For example, if you are faced with a particularly unpleasant task, your mind may choose to forget your responsibility in order to avoid the dreaded assignment. In addition to forgetting, other defense mechanisms include denial, repression and projection. In denial, is one of the best known defense mechanisms, used often to describe situations in which people seem unable to face reality or admit an obvious truth? Denial is an outright refusal to admit or recognize that something has occurred or is currently occurring.
It is important to identify signs of abuse before they escalate and act promptly where necessary to safeguard an individual from abuse. This requires an understanding of situations that may create a risk of abuse. However, there also needs to be a balance to this approach in which an individual’s choices are fully respected if they have the capacity to make them. The choices, opinions and wishes of the individual involved should guide any intervention in an adult abuse situation. The standards required of those supporting individuals who lack capacity to make a decision or express their views.
Requests result in an outcome and we need to be clear in advance of whether we desire an outcome to our question and if so, which outcomes we want. Knowing that in advance will help me phrase the request in a positive way which should solicit a positive response. Both NVC and SCARF are great frameworks for leading and managing social interactions. Being aware of them will change how I interact with others, both peers and subordinates. I believe, they can help me “manage up” as well with people I report to.
If that happens the Service will talk to you and try to persuade you to get help, but if you don’t agree the Service can get help without your permission if he or she thinks it’s best for you. This will only happen if the service is concerned about your safety. 205 – 5.3 Q. Describe the action to take if suspected abuse or unsafe practices have been reported but nothing has been done in response. A.
Building trust is essential. The code of conduct states firstly to ‘Treat people as individuals’ this meaning that each person has different needs but also each person is equal to the next person. Each individual should be treated fairly and not discriminated against, proving the appropriate care and given sufficient support and advice whilst being sympathetic and understanding. ‘Confidentiality’ is vital. The patient’s information should only be disclosed where necessary, such as if there is reason to believe they are at risk of harm or somebody else in their care is at risk and then only should it be disclosed to the suitable professional.
Why do I feel weak when I have to admit my faults? It is not weak to admit your faults, it's your fear of what people will say in response to them that keep you silent. Or question them? It is not weak to question yourself, it is your fear of the answer you'll have that keeps you quiet. Or simply speak out?
That's why friends are there for you. If you keep things private to yourself, people around you wont understand what is happening with you, which you end up hurting you and make another pile of stress. The most common examples are relationships. When your relationship isn't going so great and you keep it to yourself, seeing your friends or families and they ask you how you are you doing. You get more stressed and hurt because you're keeping it private.