While a little amount of fear and lack of trust might be necessary, excess of these things is not good and prevents one from doing a lot of things including difficulty in communicating effectively. It is important that service users trust the service providers because the service user may not take the service providers advice with could be potentially dangerous or even life threatening. Some conditions, such as having a stroke, being depressed or having other mental health problems may affect an individual’s ability to communicate, because they affect the person’s
Some carers may not feel they can approach the person because the assume they are violent. If a person gets violent it is due to frustration and not being able to express themselves. It helps if you know how to approach the person so they dont get adjitated. You should always try to form positive relationships with clients even though they may not remember you a short time later. Some people just think a person dementia does not need to be spoken to bacause they may not be able to understand anyway.
201- 4.1 Q. Explain the term ‘confidentiality’ A. It means that whatever information you tell to a Service will not be passed on and the person you see won’t tell anyone that you’ve been to see him or her without your permission. It gets more complicated if you want to talk to the Service about something that he or she thinks may be harming you or someone else, like you’re being hurt by someone or someone is making you do something you don’t want to do. If that happens the Service will talk to you and try to persuade you to get help, but if you don’t agree the Service can get help without your permission if he or she thinks it’s best for you.
To support people to live independently or to travel independently or take part in everyday activities means accepting that there are risks that cannot be avoided but can be minimised and prepared for. 1.2 For disabled people, a move away from a medical model to a social model of disability now means that there is an emphasis on the discrimination and exclusion created by social and cultural barriers. For some services, approaches to risk have in the past been concerned with avoiding potentially harmful situations to service users and staff. People may need to take risks to achieve their
Unit 4222-329 Promote positive behaviour Outcome 1 Understand how legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies relate to positive behaviour support |explain how legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies relating to positive behaviour are applied to own working practice | | | |Human Rights Act 1998 – individuals’ rights should not be contravened and independence, choice and inclusion are paramount. It is also | |acknowledged that some individuals require constant supervision due to their conditions/illnesses. | |The law states that everyone has the right to live without interference from others and should not be unlawfully restrained. | |Restrictive physical interventions should only be used as a last resort, and should be a part of a behaviour management strategy. This | |should only be used when other less intrusive strategies have been unsuccessful, and the risks of not using an emergency intervention are| |outweighed by the need to intervene.
What impact do these issues have on the field of psychological testing? Privacy and confidentiality are ethical concerns about psychological testing. Ethical codes have been established to protect participants by prohibiting clinicians or researchers from referencing or discussing any test results "outside the context and purpose for which the results were obtained" (Hogan, 2007, p. 592). According to Hogan (2007), the only exceptions are if the participant intends to harm his or herself or others or if required by legal mandate to disclose the test results (p. 592). Informed consent is another primary ethical concern for psychological testing.
This could jeopardise the staff members job as they weren’t doing their job properly and they weren’t following policy and procedure, and it could harm the client as they might suffer consequences of taking the drug, such as overdosing, or they could be allergic to it without realising. Controlled drugs administered by 2 members of staff
o A tendency to avoid reversing changes even if it was not the best choice o In reality, past expenditures are sunk costs and the organization should use a clean slate to look at new choices, but to the manager, this will come at great personal loss. • This relates to strategy because it is important to understand the effect management has on it. o If a manager will suffer personal embarrassment or a loss by adopting a new (although better) strategy, they are more likely to simply stick with the current course of action. o This can be avoided by assessing and addressing the problems of an organization prior to major investments being made o Implication on strategic choice, as they can act for the betterment or detriment of the organization. o Differences in manager’s preferences are specific to their individual personalities, experiences and situations.
You get more stressed and hurt because you're keeping it private. If you had told them what you are going through, they wouldn't have asked you, which wouldn't make you so stressful. Keeping things private is a very good thing in your life, but there are things you should keep it private and things you should let it go. Sometimes, keeping everything to yourself could lead to hurting your feelings. Privacy is in everyones lives, it's either you choose to keep your stories to yourself or letting it
For example information should not be given out to anyone who isn’t involved. Staff must get the consent of anyone’s information they need to share. Staff needs to make sure that the correct information is accessible for those who need to know, it is important. Legal requirements and codes of practice are also beneficial as they help keep a balanced relationship between the workers and service users. They also may obstruct the amount of support given to a specific client and this could be due to health and safety or not meeting the legal