3. Arguing, this is not allowed at work as you have signed up for the job, you cannot turn around and argue with a senior member of staff when you have been given the job roles that are included, where as at home you can argue. Aii) Give two examples of different working relationships in an adult social care setting. 1. Manager to care staff: this is a relationship where you can go to the manager about any problems or questions you may have that arise within the job role, this can also include any problems that may attach to you.
A personal relationship is a relationship formed through choice, with someone who you like, who you may share interests and feelings with. In a personal relationship there are no sets of rules and procedures to follow and you are able to voice your personal opinions, thoughts and feelings. A personal relationship is therefore formed simply because you like that person and choose to have that relationship with them whether it is a family relationship or friendship. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in social care settings Ans. Management and staff, staff and service users, staff and healthcare professionals(For example: cares and nurses ,social workers,Doctors etc..) 2.1 Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role Ans.
If you have a disagreement with a colleague, this would have to be resolved in a calm and professional manner, not letting feelings cloud your judgement. Whereas in a personal relationship feelings are the main component in the relationship not logic. Also in a professional relationship you must be conscious that people who you are working with may not have the same sense of humour or attitude as you may have, which means that you must be mindful of this when communicating with them. For me this is a key component of my professional and personal life as my partner who I live with works in the same setting as me, so I spent my day separating my personal life from my professional, we do cross paths but we have a rule that we do not talk to each other at work unless it is about professional duties/issues and another rule is that we can only talk about work on the journey to and from work, this just allows us to separate the professional and personal relationship. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings.
A personal relationship is informal. Your use of language will be different, there aren’t rules to follow, you will be In your own environment. Professionalism is not necessary. 2. Describe different working relationships in health and social-care settings * Working relationship with colleague- professional at work, although often you make friends with colleagues,Therefore you will no doubt be informal outside of work and more in sync, working as a team inA service user’s home.
CU2546 - The role of a Health and social care worker Performance Criteria 1.1 Difference between working and personal relationship The difference between a working relationship and a personal relationship is that:- A working relationship has boundaries, professional codes of conduct, employer policies and procedures, you should be friendly but have a different approach you should treat the customer with equality and you would know your role and responsibilities and you should not share personal information and should not have an emotional attachment and is primarily based around your job role. A personal relationship has an emotional attachment due to having family and personal friends and is not work related. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in Health and Social Care Settings The different working relationships in health and social care setting come in 3 ways e.g. policy making, administration, and the hands on staff (care assistants) The working relationship in health and social care starts with the policy making , the Team need to know everything from the law to the public sector they will then pass on the details to the administration team who will then compile the correct forms for completion by the hands on staff giving them information on the customer and ways of feeding back correct information for reporting back. There is then the hands on staff who will implement all these procedures in their daily jobs.
These relationships are much more informal and there are degrees of how close each person is to me and how much of my personal life I’m willing to share with them.Formal by choice/mutual A working relationship means working with my employer and employees who work together in the interests of the people we support. As a support worker I need to follow professional codes of conduct, acknowledge boundaries, follow employer policies, procedures and follow the latest person centred support/care plans to enable me to deliver the highest standard of care and support to the client. I keep my private personal life separate from my working relationships which are strictly professional.These relationships are obligatoryThere are many different working relationships which must work together to deliver the care package assigned to the people we support and care for. The first working relationship as far as the person/s I support is a professional one but also a rather close one and is based on trust and confidentiality not only with myself but with also with the support team where friendliness and good professional working relations benefit the resident. The residents of my workplace need me to arrange
Form 7 Questioning Record Unit: 4223-005 The role of the health and social care worker Learner name |Links to: unit/learning |Assessor’s questioning record | |outcome/ Assessment criteria| | | | | | | | | |Questions and Learner Answers | | | | |1.1 |Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship | | | | | |With a working relationship there is no emotional attachment and is based on the job role only. Boundaries, codes of | | |conduct, employer policies and procedures must be followed. Whereas with a personal relationship the emotional | | |attachment is there due to family and friends and is not work related. | | |
Dip L.2 HSC 025 The role of the health and social care worker 1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship (HSC 025 01-1) a working relationship is different from a personal one because of boundries, professional codes of conduct there are employer policies and procedures allthough in your working relationship you would be friendly and treat everyone with equality you would also know your role and responsibility, you wouldn't share personal information as you would a personal relationship. There perhaps is no emotional attachment and is primarily based around your job. Your assessor is happy with your answer to the above question. very good, whilst at work it is very important to maintain your professional boundries. 2 Describe different working relationships in the health and social care setting (HSC 025 02-1) In health and social care settings there are many different examples of working relationships, these would include: colleauges, managers, clinical staff such as nurses, other professionals such as doctors/district nurses, social workers, advocates, the service user and their family and friends.
Unit 206 Understand the role of the social worker. Understand working relationships in social care settings. 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. A working relationship is different from a personal relationship in a few ways, such as boundaries, you could ask someone in your personal life any number of questions, but a working relationship must be held as a professional one and thus boundaries must be put up, like not showing romantic interests or feelings around the home for example, which is considered unprofessional. You don’t share personal information as you would with friends; you have to meet the policies and procedures of the place of work, such as calling family members by their name instead of mum or dad, having no emotional attachment visible, and treat everyone with equality, regardless of your opinion.
Ref: 26 Title: Understand the role of the social care worker 1. Understand working relationships in social care setting 1.1 Explain how a working relationships is different from a personal relationship There are many reason that to show how working relationships is different from a personal relationship A working relationship is a relationship between people who I worked with or have to contact with when I am working such as my colleague, nurse, manager, residents, GP and doctor etc. who I have to have a professional approach, knowing our boundaries for example you must not except gift or payment from your resident, no emotional, no argue, sharing personal information and socially are limited and working relationship based on policies and procedures. A Personal relationship can be family relationship and friendship who I can share my life information, allow to give or except gift from friend and family, share emotional and argue, no limited for socially, no need to have professional approach and personal relationship and don’t need policies and procedures to follow. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in social care setting There are many different working relationships in social care • Colleagues • Supervisor • Nurse • Manager • Doctor • Residents and their family • Etc.