Aii) Duty of care affects the work of each social care worker as duty of care places a responsibilities to ensure practices are fair, safe and recognises diversity, choice and independence. Duty of care affects the work of a social care worker means that organisational and legal requirements must be recognised understood or followed. A social care worker has the reasonability to keep up to date with best practices and to make sure they are applied to their day to day work. Social cared workers must also record actions taken and the thinking behind it. Aiii) Duty of care means that care giving organisations have agreed procedures and protocols when working with other agencies, a organisation needs a workforce development on duty of care.
By a practitioner following the setting practices and procedures they should also be meeting the external standards as well.So to summarise the standards that influence the roles are; codes of practise, regulations, National occupational standards, Minimum standards of regulatory bodies (e.g. Ofsted ), Best practise standards ( often called benchmarks ). | 3. Describe ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work. Everyone has they own beliefs and personal attitudes, but as a practitioner it is best for the children and setting if you follow the regulations set by the setting and also the parents wishes because you could influence a child down a path which isn’t conductive to their wellbeing.
Aiii. Within our organisation, duty of care means that our employer, the agency has a duty to look after us, by that I mean ensuring that we receive the necessary training prior to carrying out our duties and that we are regularly briefed about changes to regulations. The agency is obliged to ensure that we have all the necessary information, training, instruction and supervision to prepare us to deliver the care to the service users. Aiv. Duty of Care contributes to safeguarding individuals by obligating a level of care towards them as is reasonable in all circumstances to avoid injury to either themselves or their property.
My role as a carer requires following the policies and procedures and code of practice. It makes me responsible for every task I undertake therefore I must be always sure that I’m trained enough and physically able to provide professional service to my service users. Those rules protect me and individuals using the care service. | Understand support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care |
Unit 205 Learning out comes and assesment criteria Introduction to duty of care in health, social care or children's and young people's settings. Outcome 1, Understand the implications of duty of care 1.1, As care workers, we require a legal obligation to have a 'duty of care' towards adults/ children within a care service, as well as others such as ourselves and colleagues. We are required to work in the best interests of the clients using the service, including the wellbeing and safety of him/her - this would involve the practices that are not harmful to their health as well as our own, for example only carrying out practices within our own level of comptence as well as role and responsibilities. 1.2, it is important to carry out duties that are in my job description, and that i am competent. It is also therefore necessary to regularly update my own knowledge and skills in order to provide apropriate care standards in accordance with codes of practice of care setting and services.
As a health and social care worker it is our duty of care to provide all of the above and also keep individuals safe from harm or exploitation. It is good for all professionals and organizations to work together in partnership with each other and the individuals we all support. We should follow codes of practice, and deliver what the service user wants. 1.2 Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person centered values. 1.2 It is important to work this way, by following codes of practice, as we need to ensure that we deliver best care/support, making sure, we do the correct things, in the correct way.
It is important to follow the agreed ways of working so you are certain to be working under the legislations that apply to the role you are undertaking, these could include the data protection act 1998, care home regulations 2001, care quality commission regulations 2009, care standards act 2000, health and safety at work act 1974 and many more. Social care workers following guidance about the limits of their job role is also extremely important as you must stay within the boundaries of your job role
Both Vico and Machiavelli talk about stages in which a person goes through, but they talk about two completely different stages. Vico discusses how civilization develops through three different stages. Machiavelli discusses four different ways on how to acquire land. Both talk about stages but two different types of stages. Bede's work is somewhat similar to these two works in a sense that it talks about stages in which Britain became a nation.
2.1 Why it is important to adhere to the scope of the job. It is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role as this sets out boundaries in my job role, enables me to know my role and responsibilities. Knowing my own level of competence and skills, knowing my job description enabling myself to carry out the care and knowledge required to set good care within the Health and Social care. 2.2 Access full and up to date details and agreed ways of working Agreed Ways' in other words means following policies and procedures and working accordance with. Policies and procedures consists of all rules and legislations regarding my job role I will play within my working organisation which is set by my employer and must be followed.
UNIT 202 Introduction to personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings. Outcome 1 Understand what is required for competence in own work role 1/ As a care worker it is my duties to ensure I promote a professional and well presented manner. It is my duty to ensure I have been given full training when regarding to medical or manual handling activities. It is my responsibility to ensure the safety and protection of the people I support. I must report any danger that I think can cause harm to myself or others, I have a responsibility to follow company procedures and policies always within my own role.