Person-centred care sees patients as equal partners in planning, developing and accessing care to make sure it is most appropriate for their needs. It involves putting patients and their families at the heart of all decisions. Person-centred care aims to be user focused, promote independence and autonomy, provide choice and control and be based on a collaborative team philosophy. It takes into account service users' needs and views and builds relationships with family members. Person-centred care involves: • Compassion, dignity and respect – these are the essential foundation for the greater involvement of people in their own care.
CU1531 Engage in Personal Development In Health, Social Care Or Children’s and Young People’s Setting 1.1 Duties and responsibilities of my work load are as follows: * Responsible for ensuring the needs of the supported individuals are met to a high quality standard, whilst adhering to external quality and regulatory standards, internal SLC policies and procedures and contractual obligations. * Undertakes effective completion and management of documents. * Carries out administrative duties (e.g. filing, archiving, photocopying, arranging appointments etc). * Implements support plans by providing 1:1 support for supported individuals offering a range of services which help promote independence, self confidence and a positive self image.
Engage in personal development in health and social care My role as a community support worker entails primarily two general areas. Firstly, to provide care for the service users and secondly to provide support services in relation to the individuals that I work with. By providing care, there is a need to provide it with warmth and professionalism by meeting the various support needs of service users whilst promoting their independence as much as possible. The care and support may include but not limited to; personal care, medication administration, physical and mental health activities, community participation as well as continuous assessments such as risk assessments. Additionally, maintaining accurate records of all care and support given is a requirement of my job role.
1.2 Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person – centred values. It is important we work in this way in order to promote individuality, this allow individuals to make informed decisions and choices, as well as understand the consequences as well as possible risks of such decisions and choice that may well relate to their own health and wellbeing. We must do this within the appreciation of rights within the care value base. We can uphold this by empowering individuals to maintain their own independence. Each individual should have the right to privacy which encourages that person to maintain dignity and self-respect.
This sort of relationship has boundaries, limitations and expectations; that must be valued and applied at all times in order to have a supportive and good relationship. In care home or any health care setting, respecting someone is one key to have strong supportive relationship. You can show this by asking the
Support Individuals with a learning disability to access healthcare Outcome 1 A rights based approach means to treat all with the values of fairness, equality, dignity, respect and autonomy, values which are also at the core of quality health and social care. Some of the reasons why a rights-based approach to health and social care is considered to be best practice are that it supports health and social care staff in meeting their professional ethical obligations; it also improves the decision-making processes and enhances the health and well-being of all service users. The rights base approach also sends a message to society that people with disabilities are first and foremost equal persons with human rights. If an individual was unable to give consent regarding any treatment a best interests decision would be made on behalf of the individual by the individual involved in their immediate care which can be a support worker, social services or doctor. The individual should be given all of the relevant information surrounding the medication or treatment which they require.
Personal relationships involve doing things and sharing things outside of work. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in social care settings The mental health support workers role is to make sure that all the support they give to service users is in accordance with their agreed care plan. It is the support workers role to provide the service user with the best quality support. They can do this by involving the individuals in the decision making and encouraging them with their participation in their care plan, services and activities in their life. Another role of the support worker is to keep the communication going within the care sector.
2) By actively engaging with the Service user to determine their preferences and interests and then supporting them in carrying out as much as they are able to do, within the bounds of the Policies and Procedures of the Company and Statutory Legislation. 3) Three examples that must be done under the Code of Practice for Social Workers. a) Protect the rights and promote the interests of Service users and carers. b) Promote the Independence of Service users while protecting them as far as possible from danger or
Principles of care The principles of care underpin the work of everyone in health, social care and early years services. The principles influence the working practices of care workers in providing quality care. All care workers should follow the principles of care when working with individuals, to make sure they all receive the correct care they need. The principles of care help to protect both clients and care workers. What are the main principles of care?
Unit 1 – communication and supportive skills Communication is important in almost all fields. Communication helps you to understand what the other person is saying. It is also an important strategy in order to deliver what you or the other person is trying to say. The role of communication is to develop new skills and clearly understand the service user in order to give the best possible health care. As a health professional if you want to deliver good quality care you need to communicate effectively and it will also help you to learn the needs of your client this is important because so that the service user knows they are in good hands and it also gives them an idea on what is going to happen.