. | 5.4 Explain how legislation and regulation influence working relationships with carers, families and significant others Working in health and social care I have many responsibilities to your employer and to the people you support and legislation guidelines i need to adhere to. In my work setting there are a number of legislations and regulations which influence my working relationship with carers, families and significant others. My organisation has clear and concise policies and procedures which all employees are expected to adhere to. These dictate our individual roles and responsibilities and accountability for me when leading others and also when managing working with the individuals family.
Also doing what I say and saying what I mean reflects on my personal responsibility. My entire life depends on personal responsibilities because; I have a family to support under my household. My accomplishments in my everyday life are decisive by my own theories and goals I have and the movement I take to make these images genuine. Personal plan. By obtaining a preliminary plan
Members of staff complete all statutory training and have regular refreshers and course updates. To enable this matrix to work effectively each member of staff completes a Personal Development Plan with myself which identifies appropriate training suitable to their needs and the Homes needs. I believe that potential barriers come in a mixture of different sources that include all areas of a person’s lifestyle. Some of the barriers that I have experienced include areas within my work and personal life. As I am completing my qualification I can link a number of barriers that include time management, needs of the Home and family commitment.
Martha S Massaquoi Western Governors University Professional Presence and Influence Professional Presence and Influences To feel completely human one have to be able to care for themselves and also for someone else in a respected and nurtured manner. According to Dr. Koerner, one consider them self valuable and useful when they are able to contribute to wellbeing of themselves and others that they connect with (Koerner 2011).In all profession, professional presence and influence is a continuous life long process that requires one to first understand their feelings, attitude and understanding of why they choose the particular profession the first place. This requires a complete mind and soul searching. In a professional such as nursing, the professional presence and influence is considered to be a healing presence (Korner).It indeed allows you to enter a unknown zone, a place, feeling or thoughts that you have never experience before. This is where you own self-awareness of your past, presence, beliefs and value system plays an important role in how you care for people that are place in your care.
At that moment You may have to take charge and be the leader. As a leader I feel I already have a great impact on society as a whole. Although I may impact the people I work with directly, I have an impact not only my community but my country. I quickly learned when I first joined the Army that I am a role model. Everyone is watching how I not only act but lead because I am in a leadership position.
Values My personal values provide a reference for what is good, beneficial, useful, important and constructive to my family. Some values generate my behavior and helps me with family problems or issues and also with how I wish to raise my children today. Over time, I have found it to be very important in my day-to-day life. It helps me lay a foundation down of tradition, custom and family values. Values are what you want and need to achieve the goals you set for yourself and your family.
DEFINE PERSON CENTRED VALUES INDIVIDUALITY Within a few days of starting to work with people with learning disabilities, it became clear to me that everyone I work with is an individual, with their own particular likes, dislikes, strengths and characteristics. Service providers and support workers such as me should always focus on the individuals I am working with rather than the needs of a group of people. My colleagues and I should have the hopes, dreams, interests and needs of each person I support as a top priority in my daily work. RIGHTS As citizens the rights of people with learning disabilities, young adults and vulnerable adults are protected by the law and in particular by the human rights act 1998. Most people with learning disabilities that are supported by the health and social care organisation are protected by rights included in this act.
Throughout my entire life my parents have pushed me to my extreme in every task that I embark on. They have, and will continue, to expect greatness from me. Their expectations have allowed me to become a responsible person. Beneath their wings I have become a mature, accountable, and helpful adult. Throughout these experiences, I have learned that I must manage my time wisely and finish things on my own.
It sounds like many of you have been greatly influenced by your parents and other family members. I agree that family can play a large role in helping us develop personal ethics. My dad, for example, has always told us that "perception is real." He says that if people believe we did something, we might as well have done it. This has always been in my head as I make tough decisions.
According to the Oxford dictionary a choice is the right, power or opportunity to select from a number of possibilities. Choices are decisions people make every second of everyday and making a choice is probably one of the most complicated and challenging things a person can face. In life we can choose our friends, religion, professions and how we treat others while in turn shaping our destinies. Jean Nidetch once said and I quote “It's choice - not chance - that determines your destiny”. This is true because we are solely responsible for our choices, and we have to accept the consequences of every deed, word, and thought throughout our lifetime.