Unit 302 Outcome 1: 1.1 Reflective practice is when you reflect on any changes within adult care, so you can carry on delivering the correct care for the individual. Always reflecting on our roles and responsibility within our role. 1.2 Its important to reflect on our practise to keep up to date of any changes in the sector . I go on training to regularly keep up to date and attended team meeting .I always check I’m up to date with polices and procedures . 1.3 Standards reflect the changes in the profession such as emphasis on personalised, quality service.
I have a duty of care to myself, my colleagues and the person I am caring for or anyone else affected by my actions. I would do this by attending regular team meetings, keep my training up to date, wearing protective clothing at all times whilst giving the clients care and disposing of it correctly, reading the care plan to ensure the correct care is given, recording everything whilst in the clients property and reporting anything that concerns me to the senior carer or manager. Understand support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care As a domiciliary care worker I may experience many dilemmas. I would aim to help people live independently in their own homes and encourage them to make decisions for themselves. If I feel the decision the individual makes would cause harm to themselves, myself or any other being I am them faced with a dilemma.
The role of the team leader is to motivate people to effective and hard work to the highest standards by promoting positive teamwork and by acknowledging their efforts. A Team leader should be able to recognise and understand that the team is build by people of different values and personalities; help people achieve work related and personal goals and bring out what's the best in them. Very often A team leader acts as a link between line staff and senior management of the organisation. In my workplace both team leaders are the link between the team and senior administration manager and director manager of Women’s' Services. We are informed about all changes that affects our directorate on a timely manner, we are up to date with any innovation and changes brought to the Trust.
Should an employee not gain knowledge of any new information on practices, they are liable for any future errors, which could lead to a potential safeguarding issue bought upon them. An employee that continually improves on their knowledge of the sector, policies, procedures, the organisation in which they work for and their job role, is showing a great work ethic and an ideal role model for other colleagues and team members. An employee working within the health and social care sector should also be aware of their personal abilities and where professional development is needed. An employee should ensure that they are fully trained in their particular job role and should there be any changes to their role or the organisation, an employee should include themselves in the re-training process. For example, my role as a Care Supervisor has currently undergone a split in the role, bringing on a support supervisor to take on half of the role's daily tasks.
Supervisions are regular, between myself and my manager. They are designed to help improve the way I work, they offer practical and guidance and support in areas that I need to improve. After supervisions are the appraisals. They evaluate what was covered in the supervisions to make sure that improvement is occurring and to set new goals. My supervisions are taken on shift, my manager will watch how I work, how I integrate with the team of staff and with the clients in the care home and put forward any ideas on what I could do differently but also explain what I am doing well.
Such perspective demands are necessary for the planning of continuous performance improvement. Implementing and utilizing plans that are put into place will help the organization to achieve the desired result of operating smoothly. The responsibilities that a health care manager faces today can be challenging and overwhelming. With the knowledge that I have received from this course, I want to be able to incorporate all the roles into the tasks that a health care manager faces daily. I wish to also be able
By doing so, I will explain what was found by researching the health habits of people from all different types of genders, age groups, health statuses and social classes. First, everyone will need to know the basics for staying healthy from the very beginning. The first thing that needs to take place is that individuals should have it in their minds that their health is priority number one. Next, after you have your mind made up, you need to be proactive about staying healthy or getting healthy. Managing your day is the next important step in the process because you need to have a plan for each and every day so you can keep track of your life, the foods you eat, the daily exercise, and needed rest.
I can also go to the in house trainer for feedback as well as the nurses in charge. Other people who can help me to identify my strengths and learning needs are the manager and the deputy manager. I get regular reviews with. The lead nurse reviewing my practice and planning my development. Resources available to me are the media, it is fairly easy to find out information about new studies and research.
Ensuring physical and emotional needs of residents are met and to promote the health and safety of those people I support, are also important in my care worker role. To support nursing care where indicated is important when promoting the health of the individual. My role also involves me assisting with travel and attendance at doctors appointments and recognising health issues and booking appointments. As well as supporting the resident, I also support their family members. As individuals needs can often change, it is my responsibility to ensure all record keeping is kept up to date, also ensuring my training needs are kept up to date, so that I am working at the standards required to meet my role.
Showing consistency in following the all company policies from behavior and dress to holidays, illness and health and safety. Being competent in my job by learning as much about the company process I can and to share what I’ve learnt and always look for ways to update my skills. I can improve by being more punctual I expect the staff to arrive on time and be ready to work so I need to be early too. Being on hand before the staff so that should any problems arise I can deal with them. 2.