Describe potential boundary issues in a counselling situation [P5] There are many boundary issues when dealing with counselling that could potentially obstruct how easy it is to extract information from the service users. Boundaries could be negative for the progress of the person coming to the sessions as it may come across as the failure to be empathetic. A counsellor must not give advice, this may come across the service user as they are not doing anything and is disinterested as in human conversation we listen to someone say something bad and then relate it to something bad that happened to us to show we know how they feel, this not happening is due to it being the breakdown of professional boundaries. If they feel that the counsellor is not helping they may not come back for other sessions. There are of course romantic limits.
It might be argued critically that close inspection of particular rights which might be generally claimed as group rights exhibits both that they may be not rights in any respect or that they dissolve into individual rights. However, much criticism is directed at the very concept of group rights. That criticism is typically of two types: either it's sceptical of the claim that group can keep rights or it's far terrified of the results or outcomes of ascribing rights to groups. Groups may be determined undeserved subjects of rights due to the fact they lack properties, apart from authentic integrity, which might be deemed crucial for holding a right. Generally, proponents of the interest theory of rights were able to view group rights greater generously than individuals who adhere to the choice theory, although the supposition that groups can have interests has not gone unchallenged.
Advantages for the service provider Disadvantages for the service provider A service provider might not tolerate a person, which is different race, gender, religion, etc. This means, that a service provider will be unable to work with person like that. Also, if a service provider tells something wrong to the service user, the service provider might have problems with that, because racism is not acceptable anywhere. The person approach to care Advantages for the service user The advantage may be, that a service user can always use a health and social care services, when they have problem with their health. Disadvantage for the service user It can be that a service user may feel disappointed, because the service provider might not help them as
They may find it difficult to carry out physical tasks due to sensory loss. A person is unique and may have had different life experiences which means the way dementia affects them is personal to them. They have different likes/ dislikes and needs so we must try to meet these the best we can. 1.3 A person with dementia may feel excluded from society because the way they are treated by other's. They may not be given the oppourtunity to be involved just because other's haven't got the time of day for them.
Abstract for Cultures Clash! I know that cultural isolationism does not exist, however if it did then maybe we wouldn’t have any issues with people judging others’ ways of speaking. The purpose of this essay is to assert that when cultures clash there is a huge difference in cultural beliefs, which then leads to the discrimination and oppression of the so- called inferior culture. It will be focusing on this issue from different cultural perspectives, such as Anglo-American culture vs. African-American culture. I am challenging the concept of cultural isolationism because it will help me gain some understanding of the risks of cultures clashing, which will then allow me to determine whether or not cultural isolationism is the solution to our issues of being a diverse nation.
In this scenario it is important that you use their preferred method of communication. This can be sign language, makaton, or any other type of method that will ensure both you and the service user know what is being said. If you do not have the right equipment in the setting to help communication be effective, the service user may feel discriminated against as you are not providing for their needs. In health and social care settings, it is important that you provide equipment for everyone so that no one feels discriminated against. Language barriers can cause people to feel discriminated against, meaning that they make feel unhappy and uncomfortable in the setting.
As a carer I would discuss the options and choices available to the individual to allow them an informed choice regards their care. What could happen if there is ineffective communication between the following relationships? • You and your service users Lack of trust and confidence. Could give the wrong type of care. Could miss out on important information – which could result in harm.
This may affect the service user in such a way that they may feel they they are not wanted. They may feel that the service that they hoped for is not actually what is seems and may make the service user feel insecure and depressed. This could then lead to an infringement of rights. Health and social care professionals have a duty to promote the rights of their patients and service users and to challenge those people who may infringe the rights of others. In the past, services have been accused of not letting service users know about some of the facilities that could be available to them: this is because practitioners knew there was no funding available to support the provision of the service.
Discrimination can not only affect the person being discriminated against, it can affect their family, the wider community and the person using the discriminatory behaviour. When people are discriminated against they are denied the same advantages as others, therefore do not have the chance to reach their full potential. Thus, they do not progress or experience success which results in damage to their self-esteem which may dampen their motivation to learn. If they do not learn the required skills needed for certain rules they become excluded. Those who inflict the discrimination are also affected as they have the assumption that people have less value or are inferior to them, which leads them to have a false view/ distorted view of the world.
Intellectual needs would be affected due to the prejudice lowering self-esteem, and this changing opinion and attitudes, the service user may not wish to read or write for a number of reasons. These would include; not wanting to express emotions or not understanding the benefits of reading and writing. If intellectual needs are not met, it would impact on emotional and social needs, as it would mean that basic tasks would becoming increasingly