The right to privacy and independence , dignity and respect. Individuals have an equal partnership. Evaluate the use of care plans in applying person-centred values. A: The use of care plans within a working environment is an outline of the individual needs of each person. This is were there daily requirements are written any preferences that an individual requires for all personal care or assisted care is required and how much care is needed to help the individual on a daily basis.
It involves doing things together outside work. 2 Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings The support worker role is to make sure that every support they give to individual is according to their agreed plan of care. Good quality care must be given to individual. it can only be done by involving the individual in all decision making and encouraging both their participation and feedback about the service they are given .it is their role to keep communication going in the care sector for example
Introduction to duty of care in health and social care settings. Understand the implications of duty of care 1.1 Define the Term 'Duty of Care'. The term duty of care is the legal obligation that you have when in the position to look after vunerable individuals to protect them from harm and support them to lead a fullfilled life working to high standards and all legistlations and policies. 1.2 Describe how the duty of care affect your own work role. My duty of care is to Support vunerable adults with severe learning disabilities and complex health needs and provide them with the best possible care making sure all the individuals needs are met with a person centred approach, being aware of any issues that may arise and have the knowledge to assess situations and respond accordingly in the best interests of the clients Ensuring safety from harm and promoting independance and choice.
* They have not taken reasonable care for their own or others safety. * You may need to take responsibilities for an individual’s health and safety if the person will not comply with a risk assessment procedure and you need to follow policies and procedures to deal with this. * We must follow care plan risk assessment and health and safety procedures at all times. 1.5 Explain why specific tasks should only be carried out with special training. Everyone who is working in health and social care should not carry out any of these tasks without special training.
1.2 . Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings Support worker and PWS families – In this relationship, Support Workers liaise with family to ensure that the individual is receiving optimal care and support. Support worker and Person We Support – In this relationship, we see the support worker providing support to the individual ensuring they meet goals and remain as independent and active as possible. Support Worker and Management – Management should support their support workers by given decision making advice, any issues should be addressed and if nothing happens, whistle blowing may be the only option. 2.1.
Keeping my knowledge and skills up to date. I protect confidential information except when safety or public interest conflicts it. I keep accurate records of what has happened in each client’s folder. I provide a service to a standard that I would like to receive. Every health worker has a duty of care not just to clients but to themselves and work colleagues.
Activity 1 (LO 1) You need to understand the application of person centred approaches in health and social care Explain how and why person centred values must influence all aspects of health and social care work Person-centred is about providing care and support that is centred or focused on the individual and their needs. We are all individual and just because two people might have the same medical condition, for example, Dementia and learnig disabilityes, it doesn’t mean that they require the same care and support. We will need to develop a clear understanding about the individuals we are working with. This includes their needs, their culture, their means of communication, their likes and dislikes, their family and other professionals’
QCF LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA UNIT 1 PROMOTE COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE SETTING Questions | Answers | Learning Outcome/Assessment criteria | Identify the different reasons people communicate | Some of the different reasons people communicate are as follows; to establish relationship with other people, to understand and be understood, to give and receive information and instruction. Another reason people communicate is to express need, reassure them when feelings of agitation are expressed by a service user or colleague, to share information and ideas, to socialise and encourage a healthy relationship just to mention a few. | 1.1.1 | Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting | It is very important to adopt a cultured communication habit especially in a workplace setting. Effective communication should always be encouraged so as to have a tension/ stress-free working environment. By taking time to learn how to work with different types of people.
Unit 7 Understand person-centred approaches in health and social care 1.1 This puts the person cared for at the centre of what happens with them, it promotes choice, uniqueness, privacy, dignity and respect and its right under UK law. 1.2 It will promote self esteem, independence and is good practice within the company. 1.3 In life we all take risks in our everyday living and when we are supporting a client we have to let them take these choices to but were it can put them in danger we have to support them to make the correct choice through information and explaining how it has not worked in the past. 1.4 Care plans will be tailored to their individual needs like there likes and dislikes and is tailored to their particular needs and it is a legal requirement. 2.1 You can do this by talking and listening to the person being cared for.
Duty of care in health and social care settings 1.1 Duty of care is the responsibility for taking care of another person , ensuring their physical and mental wellbeing. Giving individuals choice and safeguarding provided for service users as well as colleagues. Adhering and observing legal obligations and policies/procedures of the organisation. 1.2 In my role as a care worker, it would be restricted to my own level of competence, I would report any concerns that I have over an individual’s care or health to my work supervisor. I would follow up on these concerns on any subsequent visits to ensure concerns have been acted upon and hopefully resolved.