Good communication with service users may encourage then to join in activities, which will promote equality and wellbeing within the care setting. The service user may also gain trust and understanding from me communicating well with them, this may mean that they can
Unit 204 Outcome 4.1 Explain how the likelihood of abuse may be reduced by; * Working with person centred values A person centred approach is counting and treating everyone with respect. Allowing individuals to make their own choices and decisions, respecting their views will gain their self esteem and will help them recognise their own rights and values which will protect them from being abused. It can also help create relationships between staff and residents so they gain somebody to confide in. * Encouraging active participation This promotes inclusion, making an individual feel some self-worth. Will promote confidence and will also help gain friendships.
228 QUESTIONS QCF 1. HOW CAN PARTICIPATING IN GROUP CARE ACTIVITES BENEFIT AN INDIVIDUALS IDENTITY, SELF ESTEEM AND WELL BEING? This may be by prompting one another to do a task, praising one another up and helping one another out which then also makes the other service users to feel good if they can get another person to join in or participate. 2. WHEN MIGHT A GROUP CARE ACTIVITY BE THE BEST WAY TO MEET AN INDIVIDUALS CARE OR SUPPORT NEEDS?
Colleagues and other professionals: Working as part of a team, is working alongside colleagues and share a workload. Effective communication with colleagues brings good relationship and then working becomes easier because there will be cooperation and trust would be developed. This would also create mutual respect and better ways of rendering the expected service to the service user and build respect in the whole system. This also would make both parties effective listeners to understand each other better. Effective communication makes adequate information available when working with other professionals and thereby assisting the service users’ effectively.
This environment could be achieved when being in a relationship with a person who was very understanding, accepting and genuine. Risk taking can be part of a person centred approach as we would choose to use positive and informed risk taking which would involve building a positive view of the individual, and seeking to learn what a persons skills are and what people like about them. In person centred thinking we also explore the consequences of not taking the risk so that these may be balanced against the consequences of taking the risk. Using an individuals care plan contributes to working in a person centred way as this would be constructed by the client with the support of the care worker so that the client has full control, instead of the support plan being made by the care worker so the client feels as if they have no control of their recovery. Work in a person centred way In order to find out the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual I would refer to any previous files held with regards to that person, as well as discussing directly with the client what the preferenes etc.
Foundations of Psychology Paper PSY/300 Psychology is made up of numerous schools of thought, structuralism, functionalism, psychodynamic, behaviorist, cognitive, and evolutionary. All of these schools of thought have different assumptions which sometimes offer contradicting facts and sometimes offer facts which compliment each other (Kowalski & Westen, 2009). In this paper the six schools of thought found within psychology and their major assumptions will be discussed, along with the primary biological foundations of psychology which are linked to behavior. The first school of thought in psychology is structuralism. Structuralism was developed by a man named Edward Titchener who was a student of Wilhem Wundt.
Unit 62: Implementing Therapeutic Group Activities Unit code: 3008 1: Understand the principles of therapeutic group activities 1.1: Explain how participating in therapeutic group activities can benefit an individual’s identity, self-esteem and wellbeing. By participating in therapeutic group activities individuals can benefit from * Physical * Intellectual * Cognitive * Language * Emotional * Social 1.2: Analyse reasons why a group activity rather than one to one work may be recommended in particular circumstances. Working in a group rather than on a one to one basis in some particular circumstances can be beneficial as it gives opportunity to learn from each other, they have the support from others, and it enhances
People have choices and encouraging them to make informed choices gives confidence to make the right decisions for them. Showing understanding to a person within the service, ask questions, get involved, give positive responses, this also gives confidence and will encourage a person to feel assured about doing things for themselves which has a feel good factor. Bxi Identify two ways of making sure an individual’s physical environment promotes their well-being Living in an environment that is safe and secure, that have staff who promote independence along with varied physical activities, all work towards a service user feeling good about themselves, a feeling of well-being. SU’s can make choices about what they wish to do with their time, doing things they enjoy, things that stimulate their mind and body all promote this and will make them feel good inside. Bxii Identify two ways of working that promotes an individual’s social and emotional well-being Integrating into
It also allows us to build a relationship with the individual easier as it we react to a situation better whilst observing every detail. Unit 001 Outcome 2 1. Find