By recognising the centrality of the individual, we empower them and boost their confidence. We will then also able to identify the best ways to help the individual maintain their independence while promoting health and well-being. We will also be able to identify where further help is required and help the individual to use their strengths and abilities for their own benefit. Recognising strengths and abilities also helps build confidence to try new things and to challenge their own disabilities. Person-centred care sees patients as equal partners in planning, developing and accessing care to make sure it is most appropriate for their needs.
| Protection From Harm Or Danger | Both the service user and the service provider have the right to be in a safe environment. Both should be protected from harm, this can be done in many ways such as having the right amount of staff. | To Be Treated Equally And Not Discriminated Against | Equality is where every individual is treated equally no matter what their age, gender, culture, nationality, etc, and that everyone is given equal opportunities and is not discriminated against. | The Right To Confidentiality | Service providers have lots of confidential information of the service users and
Duty of care is central to all that you do at work, it is not something extra. 1.2 - Duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals by keeping individuals safe whether it is illness, abuse, harm or injury. We can do this by involving families, health care professionals and other external agencies into the individuals care plan. Duty of care is a legal requirement and there are policies, procedures, code of conduct and legislation around safeguarding and protecting your service users. Following these guidelines is showing that we are providing the best care possible.
Training and reflection will have positive effects for both the service user and the service provider. Reflective practice helps staff analyse complicated situations and help them make the best resolution. Analysing situations allow staff members to choose the best option that will benefit service users the most, allowing the care of them to be superior. Reflective practice also helps improve staff members’ problem solving skills. This means that the care of the service users will be improved since the staff are able to solve problems quickly and effectively.
Promote Professional Development Unit 502 1.1 Explain the importance of continually improving practice The importance of continually improving your knowledge is to ensure that you are aware of and follow the current health and social care standards, legislation and guidelines. This is to ensure all practice is evidence based, up to date and relevant. Personal and professional development is not only for your benefit, but for the benefit of the residents and patients under your care. Also information gained is beneficial to colleagues as any relevant information should be disseminated to others. From a management point of view CPD is central to improving a service, it is a way of ensuring best practice is adhered to and all practice is up to date and relevant.
1.1 Explain the importance of continually improving knowledge and practice The importance of continually improving knowledge and working practice is to ensure that I am aware of and adhere to all the current health and social care standards, legislations and guidelines for good practice in my work place. Improving myself benefits not only me, but the company I work for, my co-workers and the service users we help care for. It enables me to keep up to date and change proactively to make sure that the service I offer is relevant and appropriate to care the service users. The service users must be confident that they can trust the people that they receive care from. As a manager this should be an ongoing activity which is the “norm” for a care organisation which will enhance the quality of my work, make staff happier which can only make for positive outcomes for the care home and the service users.
This includes their needs, their culture, their means of communication, their likes and dislikes, their family and other professionals’ involvement in order that we can promote and provide person centred care and support to the individual. This is a lawful requirement under the Human Rights Act 1998, Health and Social care Act 2012, and Codes of practice for Social Care Workers. Person centre values are a holistic approach and should involve not only the physical needs of the individual but the spiritual, emotional and social needs as well. Also finding out any goals and expectations of the individual. These values should underpin all work in the health and social care sector when they are followed as they should be then all individuals should be able to feel that, and health and social workers should ensure that: all individuals are treated with dignity and respect the individual is supported in accessing their rights the individual is treated as an individual the individual is supported to exercise choice ensure that the individual has privacy when they want it support the individual to be as independent as possible Person centred values provide a foundation on which we can base and build our practice.
We must always be consistent, reliable, credible, acting with high integrity and honest. Your words and your action must reflect trustworthiness in all actions for company x. 2. Respect- We always will treat others with up most respect and expect the same in return. We understand and are open to differences and will deal with disagreements peacefully and productively.
o Listen to, and respond to, their concerns and preferences. o Give patients the information they want or need in a way they can understand. o Respect patients' right to reach decisions with you about their treatment and care. o Support patients in caring for themselves to improve and maintain their health. * Work with colleagues in the ways that best serve patients' interests.
CU2942 Promote Professional Development 1.1 It is important to continually improve my knowledge and practise within my role (as well as for others in their roles), so that I am aware of the up to date training, legislation and good practice. As I am a line manager I must set an example to others, and be knowledgeable enough to answer queries and share information. As legislation and methods of working in social care are often improved and adapted, I must keep up to date. Through expanding my knowledge I gain a better understanding of the job, which I can then pass on to others. I am able to undertake new duties through improvement, which makes my role more varied and interesting.