P1 Explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in a health and social care context Effective communication and interpersonal interaction in health and social care is extremely important. Communication with others will vary depending on who you are talking to and the situation you happen to be in. For example, communication whilst amongst friends is more likely to be relaxed, although, in a working health and social care setting, you would be punctilious and professional. According to the Care Value Base, one of the rules and guidelines health practitioners have to follow is “Providing effective communication and relationships.” Communication is a two way process and we use lots of different forms in communication.
Introduction to duty of care in health, social care or children and young People’s settings. .1. Understand and the implications of duty of care 1.1. Define the term ‘DUTY OF CARE’. Answer: Duty of care means that al health and social care professional and organisation providing health and care service, must act in the best interest of the people they support.
Questions of confidentiality, privacy, risk taking and generally the exercise of personal choice are all ethical dilemmas encountered and processed on a daily basis in the context of social care. Ethics is also the process that health services follow in order to explore, justify and effect change - for instance if a new procedure, drug or surgical technique is being developed it must at some point be used with patients. The examination of potential positive and negative effects or outcomes, and the provision of appropriate, accessible information about these to the patient to enable informed consent, is an example of applied ethics. Social and educational activities Ideally, care workers need to make care environments not merely "tolerable", but enjoyable and fulfilling for the clients; this might involve carrying out social and educational activities with those in care. Students of H&SC will need to learn about how to run games, activities, reading groups, excursions and so on, so that the people receiving care get the most out of it as they possibly can.
305 1 Understand the application of person centred approaches in health and social care 1.1 Person-centred care must influence all aspects of health and social-care work as its a way of providing care that is not just about the persons health or care needs, but also about the individuals needs, we are all individuals, no two people are the same, for example two people may have dementia, but they will both have different care and support needs. Individuals care plans ensure an individuals Personcentred values are understood and an individuals needs are met. Making sure they are consulted and their views, concerns and needs always to come first. 1.2 A care plan sets out in the details the daily care and support that has been agreed for each individual. The care plan will make sure all needs applying to person centred values are understood, it acts as a guide for carers, so it is clear what sorts of activities are expected of them, this should be updated with the SU's changing needs.
Unit 4222-204 Introduction to duty of care in health, social care or children’s, and young people’s settings Outcome 1 - Understand the implications of duty of care 1.1. Duty of care is the level of service that is expected, to be provided. In health care and social care, this may include to act in the best interests of individuals, to do not act in a way that could cause harm and always act within your own competence and do not do something which you cannot do safely. 1.2. The duty of care affects my own work role by following all policies and procedures set by Mirus, going on training days when needed, always ensuring the service users are safe within their environments and respecting the rights of each service user.
Stonebridge College David Torr Health & Social Care Diploma Unit 1: Principles for implementing Duty of Care NCFE Level 3 Stonebridge College David Torr Health & Social Care Diploma Unit 1: Principles for implementing Duty of Care NCFE Level 3 1. Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice. Write an explanation of: a) What it means to have a duty of care in one's own work role Duty of care is a requirement of all care/support workers and the company they are associated with to make sure that the interest of the service user is put first in all situations, and the rights of the person should be respected also. A Duty of Care is a legal requirement, meaning that as a professional in the field of health and social care your Duty of Care can be tested in a court of law to ensure you carried out your Duty of Care to the best of your ability in a case of negligence. A Duty of Care is not just a physical duty but also an emotional duty, including, treating service users with privacy, dignity and respect.
Family members are also included in planning and maintaining, which means its personal and private to the people whom really know the person. This can mean putting the person’s needs above those recognized as priorities by healthcare professionals. In order to achieve person-centred care, health workers need to understand the lives of their patients and their relatives. Individuals with learning, physical disabilities and mental health issues are more vulnerable for changes, so its important to include PCP (person-centred planning). When you’re communicating with individuals, make sure you
As well as the necessary assessment of needs and circumstances, required outcome and timescales for carrying it out and reviewing; personal centred care plans will include much more information about the individuals desires relating to their care. It also includes details of how they want their care to be carried out, their interests, likes and dislikes, people who are important to them, their view on priorities of care and a balance between wants and needs. All these listed, will have been achieved in partnership with all necessary parties, with the individual at the centre. 2.1 The individual is at the heart of personal centred ways. To achieve a personal centred way you need to understand the individual.
It represent a list of statement about proffesional standards and practice that is required in daily work in the health care setting. Also Codes of Practice ensure social care workers to know the standards of conduct about their collegues, other employers, carers, service users and mainly what public expect of them. They have to support the standards of the code that is thet and to make sure that they meet their code. Following the requirement of the code a carer worker must protect their rights and to promote the interest of the person he takes care of. They have to treat every person as a an individual personality to respect and support his wishes.
1.2 The different types of working relationships you may encounter within a health and social care setting could be, -Management (line manager, team leaders) -Fellow collegues, you would however address management with more formality than you would a fellow co-worker. -Visiting health care proffesionals, such as doctors, dentists, nurses...etc. -Family members of a service user. 2. Be able to work in ways that are agreed with the employer 2.1 it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role as it allows you to understand your own limits and understand the boundaries within your speciffic job role.