Working alongside the guidelines of person-centred values should eliminate discrimination, abuse, lack of dignity and respect, service users making their own choices and restricting individuals being an individual. Outcome 2. Understand how to implement a person-centred approach in an adult social care setting. 2.1 Finding out the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual contributes to their care plan in many ways because you can learn a lot from a person, finding out their likes and dislikes by knowing this information you can promote their choices. Knowing the history of an individual will help offer support in the most appropriate ways to that individual.
This could be from themselves or others so all tasks needs to be assessed prior to undertaking them to ensure the risks are reduced to the minimum level and that they receive the appropriate level of support. Aiii The duty of care is a guideline that is held within the care setting to ensure the care staff are aware of their responsibilities and know what is expected of them whilst they are promoting the well being of the individuals being supported. These guidelines are in place to protect individuals within the care setting whether it is a person living within the care setting or the support staff working within the organisation. Aiv Duty of care contributes to the safeguarding of individuals because it sets out the standards required to provide appropriate levels of care within the setting so that no harm comes to either the individual living within the setting or the staff supporting them e.g. complaints or accusations.
305 Understanding person centred apporoaches in adult social care setting 1.1 Describe person-centred approaches Treating the person as an individual, with dignity and respect, looking at the individual as a whole person, not just meeting one aspect of their needs always listening and helping the individual to make informed choices and working in partnership with the individual. 1.2 Explain why person centred values must influence all aspects of social care work Meeting the needs of the individual by providing the best possible quality care service and ensuring a good quality of life of the individual keeping in mind to treat the individual as you would wish to be treated. Will leave the client feeling valued and important. 1.3 Explain how person centred values should influence all aspects of social care work In everything you do that one individuals views should be thought of or asked, giving the client the choice in cloths they want to wear, what cup they wish to have their cuppa tea in, working in partnership with the client in everything that is done while still ensuring best possible quality care and keeping in line with policies. 2.1 Explain how finding out the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual contributes to their care plan The care plan is about the individual and their preferences, needs and wishes It should give information to others.
In health and social care settings. Define the term duty of care. This is a legal obligation to ensure individuals health and safety, to keep an individual safe, you must report any concerns to your line manager, respect confidentiality and respect the individual’s wishes. It is your requirement to work in the best interest of the individual and within your own level of competence it is your responsibility to be aware of policies and procedures. How does duty of care affect your own role?
Each individual should have the right to privacy which encourages that person to maintain dignity and self-respect. Whilst respecting the individuals diversity cultures and values. 2. Understand how to implement a person – centred approach in an adult social care setting. 2.1 Describe how to find out the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual We could find out such information relating to an individual by working in a way that puts the individual at the centre of any planning and support, we can do this be communicating with them to find out about their history, preferences and wishes.
You can use reflective practice to improve the quality of the service you provide by thinking about a task you previously completed and asking yourself: What could have been done better? & How will I do that task next time? How standards can be used to help a social care worker reflect on their practice Standards are guidelines put in place to follow when completing a task or action, these standards are there to ensure the job in hand is completed to the required standard or above. If you are not meeting the required standards then you can identify these areas when reflecting on the task, areas that have to be improved to meet the requirements. Aii) Notes a) It’s important to receive feedback on your performance as a social care work so people can tell you what you do well and what areas you could make improvements.
There are several standards within the care sector that will influence the way that carer’s job roles are carried out. Here are the standards for Social Care Workers: 1. As a social care worker you must protect the rights and promote the interests of service users and carers including treating each person as an individual, respecting diversity and different cultures and supporting service user’s rights to make choices based on the services they have available. 2. As a social care worker, you must strive to establish and maintain the trust and confidence of service users and carers which includes being honest and trustworthy, communicating in an appropriate and straightforward way, respecting confidential information, being reliable and dependant and adhering to policies and procedures about accepting gifts and money from service users and carers.
Answer: Duty of care means that al health and social care professional and organisation providing health and care service, must act in the best interest of the people they support. As a health care professional you have to ensure that you do not do something or fail to do something that cause harm or leaves the individual to exploitation. Your duty of care underpins everything that you do. It is what underlines the code of practice. Duty of care is also a legal requirement, and is tested in court in case of negligence or malpractice.
The real value of person centred practice is individuality and what they want i.e. respecting choices. In my work setting which is mainly working with people living with dementia, person centred practice is when the care is focused more on the residents as individual rather than on their illness or the abilities they have lost. Person centred care is critical to providing quality care & support. 1.2 CRITICALLY REVIEW APPROACHES TO PERSON CENTRED CARE Person Centred Practice ensures that the patient is treated with dignity and respect, enabling them to achieve as much independence as possible.
My duty of care is to Support vunerable adults with severe learning disabilities and complex health needs and provide them with the best possible care making sure all the individuals needs are met with a person centred approach, being aware of any issues that may arise and have the knowledge to assess situations and respond accordingly in the best interests of the clients Ensuring safety from harm and promoting independance and choice. Understand support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care. 2.1 Describe dilemmas that may arise between the duty of care and an individuals rights. · Individual needs support with personal care and chooses not to accept support. · Individual wants to do something you feel is unsafe or could present a risk to the individual.