I take her comments to heart as a personal attack that I’m either not feeding them enough or that I’m spoiling them too much. I feel it has a lot to do with my low self esteem on my part when it comes to being a parent or on any other topic that I feel insecure about. For others it can be that they are generally defensive all of the time and perceive negative judgments in anything said to them instead of on separate issues. Responding defensively happens when you have a bad perception of the person’s message; you perceived the person doesn’t like/ respect/ trust you and expresses it in their communication. (4) The downfall of responding defensively all of the time though may discourage others from being so honest with their remarks.
This could jeopardise the staff members job as they weren’t doing their job properly and they weren’t following policy and procedure, and it could harm the client as they might suffer consequences of taking the drug, such as overdosing, or they could be allergic to it without realising. Controlled drugs administered by 2 members of staff
2.1- Explain why individuals might be reluctant to raise concerns and make complaints. If a staff member wishes to raise concern or make a complaint, it can sometimes be difficult as they don’t want to upset their team members or cause any friction. The complaint could lead to an investigation that could possibly lead to suspension of another team member and this would have a huge impact on the complainant. Feelings of guilt, anxiety and regret are all factors that would contribute to complainants being reluctant to raising concerns or make
3. The person that is distressed can be irritable, pessimistic, overly sensitive which will negatively affect communication. It makes people become isolative which will then lead to lack of communication. Anxiety often coexists with depression. A person who suffers from anxiety may avoid expressing him/herself due to the fear of making mistakes or being judged.
Feeling like this may lead the person to be paranoid towards telling staff personal information and may not receive the correct care if they do not tell staff their problems. Another effect present is marginalisation, the person may feel they have been marginalised because, due to prejudice they may receive different care and treatment to other patients or residents and because of this they may start to believe they are different to others and feel isolated because others are given better treatment to them. Restricted
In a special needs school carers/teachers attitude towards special needs children is that they can have strong feeling of pity, a belief that they are less fortunate and a tendency to compensate them for their disability. This might mean that the teacher gets over protecting over the children and cause the children to be hostile and snappy towards him/her. Also by him/her not letting the child do things by themselves will reduce their autonomy. Prejudices â€“ Attitudes that are usually negative. (Attitudes are prejudices when they are generally disapproved of).
The differences in each person’s personality may lead one person to react to a situation differently then another person. Everyone has a different personality type, he or she has different ways to interpret the same situation and decide how to react to it. Someone may believe that stealing is fine given certain situations, but another person may think that it is always immoral and should never be done. The two different reactions that the people show are due to his or her personality type, his or her experiences in life, and how he or she interpret the situation at hand. A person’s past experiences help to shape his or her personality it allows the person to use his or her experiences and what he or she has learned in order to react to a
For Ivan Ilyich’s enlightenment, he felt his existence through his relationship. Ivan experienced frustration when people treated him with false attitudes. People were not treating Ivan sincerely. People who treated Ivan nicely wanted something from Ivan. Ivan was terrified when he found out that the people around him were acting that they like him and worrying about him.
Direct - Where one person is treated less favourably than another is, has been or will be treated in a comparable situation b. Indirect - Where an apparently neutral provision, criterion or practice will put persons at a disadvantage, compared with other persons Also included in discrimination are harassment and victimisation. 2. Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting. Discrimination deliberately or inadvertenly could occur when someone someone could ignore a colleague, because they are discriminating them purposely, they come from a different area/class/culture/religion etc or they may not actually have anything to do with them because they feel they have nothing in common with them.
Some carers may not feel they can approach the person because the assume they are violent. If a person gets violent it is due to frustration and not being able to express themselves. It helps if you know how to approach the person so they dont get adjitated. You should always try to form positive relationships with clients even though they may not remember you a short time later. Some people just think a person dementia does not need to be spoken to bacause they may not be able to understand anyway.