Social workers’ primary responsibility is to promote the wellbeing of clients. In general, clients’ interests are primary however, social workers’ responsibility to the larger society or specific legal obligations may on limited occasions supersede the loyalty owed clients, and clients should be so advised. In another word me, as a social worker can offer services to clients but, at the same times they have the right to Self Determination. Social workers respect and promote the right of clients to self determination and assist clients in their efforts to identify and clarify their goals. Social workers may limit clients’ right to self determination when, in the social workers’ professional judgment, clients’ actions or potential actions pose a serious, foreseeable, and imminent risk to themselves or others.
ASSISGNMENT 304 PRINCIPLES FOR IMPLEMENTATING DUTY OF CARE IN HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDRENS AND YOUNG PEOPLES SETTINGS. ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW. TASK A: SUPERVISION NOTES What is meant by the term “Duty of Care” Ai: Duty of Care means providing care and support for individual within the law and also within the policies, procedures and agreed ways of working of your employer. It is about avoiding abuse and injury to individuals, their friends and family and their property. How the duty of care affects the work of a Social Care Worker.
It affects how much you get paid and what benefits you receive, if any. If the government as we now know it didn't exist, how would it impact me? My list is as follows; National Defense, keeping our country safe Roads and Transportation Public Safety, Police, Fire, EMT Public Education, Farm, Subsidy Payment. People would have to take responsibility for themselves. Plan ahead for job loss, retirement, illness, you know
What Is Human Services Debra Tatum BSHS/302 November 14, 2011 Teresa Levesque What Is Human Services The nature and purpose of human services is to meet human needs, offering prevention and remedies for problems that may exist and committing to improving the qualities of life. It is meeting the needs of people and to enhance their well-being, focusing on the needs and enablement of oppressed, vulnerable people living in poverty. According to Dickens (1996), “human services are those service industries that are mainly concerned with supplying a product that concerns people’s welfare and well-being. The aim of a human service is therefore to change the consumer, rather than merely deliver a service, and the consumer and raw materials are the same.” Human Services accomplishes it mission by way of offering social, health and educational care, including those agencies that improve, enrich, or clarify human problems, and provide welfare or care services. The Goal of Human Services The goal of human services is to build a community where all members may have the opportunity to meet their basic needs, economically, socially, and physically, for the improvement of quality of life.
Using materials from item 2B and elsewhere, assess sociological views of the impact of government policies and laws on family life. Social policies are laws and actions taken on my other governing bodies, such as welfare systems or schools, which gives societies its rules and structure. It is true that these social policies must have an impact on aspects of life including family life for members of that society however sociologists often disagree on what this impact is. Therefore by looking at a range of different sociological views we can get a picture of how social policies and their effect on society are perceived differently and which opinions hold most relevance to family life today. As we can see in item 2B a feminist sociological thinker believes that ‘social policies assume the ideal family is the patriarchal nuclear family’ and this sort of family is favoured by government policies and laws.
When someone is admitted to the home, see the person and not the problem. The problem is there or the person would not be in the home, but how we do it will make the difference between the person feeling better or not. How we approach the person will make the difference between a happy stay in our establishment and a bad one. Our actions and attitude can make the difference between a good day and a bad one. When we create our plans of care, see the person, treat the problem and plan for the future, because this will influence the outcome of any care you provide.
Before proceeding to set goals, find out state and country laws that govern the type of organization being planned. This is an important aspect in order to avoid legal issues with the government. Equally important is to formulate a plan for the organization to be financially viable. Initially, it may be possible to fund the organization through other support groups, organizations or individuals, but this
The Systemic and Individual approach have both similarities and differences in treatments for clients. They both are interested in a clinets life story and agree that behavior affects both clients and those around them (Corey, 2017). However, the System appraoch finds that exploring family systems is more valuable than exploring an individuals experiances and perceptions. The systemic approach doesn't believe that change can occur unless the family system is altered. This is done by encouraging family memebers to attend therapy sessions with an individual.
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?