Or even by body language / sign language. Communications can be used to bring out changes in attitudes, motivate people and to create and maintain relationships. Communication is vital for providing and seeking information, and it is also crucial for developing positive relationships with people. Communication is important to understand and be understood 1.2 Explain how affective communication affects all aspects of own work Effective communication is important as it ensures that information is clear, accurate, non-judgemental and informative. This helps to reduce the possibility of mistakes being made.
When professionals work together in an integrated way, they put the individual at the centre of all activities to help identify their holistic needs earlier to improve their life outcomes. It is important to see safeguarding as part of a continuum, where prevention and early intervention can help children, vulnerable adults and families get back on track and avoid problems turning into a crisis. Protection is a central part of safeguarding and promoting welfare. It is the process of protecting an individual identified as either suffering or at risk of suffering significant harm as a result of abuse or neglect. 2.2 1.
Safeguarding is the multi-disciplinary work we do to minimise and manage risk to adults who may be vulnerable. It employs a framework which brings together all aspects of an investigation into an allegation of abuse against a vulnerable adult. For any safeguarding issue, we aim to involve the vulnerable person and offer them as much choice as possible. Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire have a multi-agency procedure for responding to suspected abuse of vulnerable adults. This means we have an agreement where organisations work together with the person who we think may be abused, to safeguard that person and take what actions we can.
Safeguarding adults and promoting independence. Sector guidance (P5, M2 part2) No secrets are a guidance that helps prevent the risk of abuse towards vulnerable adults. This is a set of guidelines made by the department of health; it finds who is at risk of abuse and why this may be. No secrets is a multi-agency framework to make sure and encourage many agencies to work together, with the social services as lead role, in putting the vulnerable adults health and safety first. This helps to prevent physical and emotional abuse as there are many services and procedures in place to protect and to make sure each individual rights are met and equal to everyone else’s.
Reviewing Reviews are very important as it enables any alterations to the care plan, this allows new target and goals to be set so that it allows the service user to discuss any problems and make any changes along with the service providers to ensure the care plan is better for Bob. Reviews also promotes good communication with whoever is involved in the care plan. Evaluating This is where the organisers of that care plan and the service user goes through the care plan and has a discussion on whether the care plan has benefitted them or had any disadvantages. Overall it’s to make any changes so that the care plan is successful for the service user. It gives the service user the opportunity to discuss their experiences and relations to whether they need to make any alterations to their care
Counselling/ counselling ideas may help to cope with the challenges of ‘change’ ‘The more I am willing to be myself in all this complexity of life […] the more I am willing to understand and accept the realities in myself and in the other person […]” Rogers (1961). In order to tackle changes in a client’s life, it is important for the counsellor themselves to be self-aware and have an understanding of others’ values, beliefs and attitudes although they may conflict with their own. The counsellor is there to help the client adapt to these changes, helping clients to push out old information and take in new- this however is also an aspect of change which the counsellor has to help the client pursue whilst keeping ethical and professional boundaries. Changes are accompanied by strong emotions, both negative and positive and counselling is able to support the transition from one state to another. When looking at coping with change it is not possible to ignore some of the events which change our development, life events which cause significant change are called transitions (Jeffery, J in Aldridge, S & Rigby, S 2004).
Rosaleen believes that Lily should just leave the topic alone and that she may discover something she just does not want to know. Rosaleen fears that Lily will be more hurt by her discoveries in finding her past that happy and relieved, “ ‘Maybe she was. I can’t say. I just know some things are better left alone.’ ‘What do you mean? That I shouldn’t find out what I can about my own mother?’ ‘What if—’ She paused and rubbed the back of her neck, ‘What if you find out something you don’t wanna know?’ " (Kidd, 100) Another controversial view studied by Emanuel states that Lily must confront the hardship of her mother’s death head on and that it may have a
The client might feel as if you have broken the trust of confidentiality. In a case like this you have to assure the client that what you are doing is in their best interest and that it is your responsibility to make sure that they don’t harm there self or others. For example, when my sister was 14 years old she was in counseling and she told her that she was thinking about harming herself. When my sister got home she had cut her arm and within minutes the authorities showed up for my sister. Her counselor had contacted the authorities to handle the situation.
CQC’s aim is to promote improvements in care, and safeguard by making sure a high quality of care is provided and will take legal action if care providers do not met standards, or if they believe service users are at risk. Social workers assess the needs of individuals, and have access to different services of support and protection. They working together with other services such as doctors, community nurses, occupational therapists ensure that they are getting the care and support needed to live happily and have a good quality of life Police investigate any allegations of abuse and will arrange support and protection for the individual, they take action against abuse for example they will gather any evidence to build a case so the abuser can be prosecuted. Medical professionals such as Doctors, Nurses can examine the individuals for any marks/bruising and treat and medical problems as well as collecting medical evidence and being an expert
Information sharing can safeguard workers and clients, the involvement of multiple agencies could mean that something is spotted that might not have been otherwise. Partnership working means communicating with others and sharing information and another advantage of this is that it encourages compliance with care and treatment. It also means that there is a streamlined approach to care, it encourages all parties involved to meet a certain standard/level. When people work together closely they communicate more, build relationships and bonds, learning each other’s principles and values and can then work together even more effectively, improved relationships result in improved care. On the flip side to this; poor communication when sharing information can have a detrimental effect on care.