I could find it hard to accept other staff members values and beliefs, and feel mine are the right ones. 2.1. Constructive feedback gives people the chance to develop within there role if its needed. If the feedback is good then the person will feel good and confident, but could take offence to constructive feedback. In my setting we have regular supervision with the team leader who will give constructive and good feedback.
However communications between colleges is essential in order to keep continuity for clients and to also make sure the clients updated needs are met. * An explanation of how effective communication affects all aspects in adult social care settings. Give examples to support your explanation. Effective communication is very important in the social care setting. This is so we can reduce mistakes and hopefully stop problems from occurring, it also helps to ensure the highest level of personal care can be given.
As a carer it is my role and responsibility to support individuals to express themselves. The way in which i do this is to assess their needs, access information regarding communication needs and provide appropriate supports aids or equipment and encourage and motivate communication. Without support or appropriate support the individual would be unable to express their needs which could lead to emotional and physical difficulties. 1.3 Analyse features of the environment that may help or hinder communication It is difficult and frustrating to communicate effectively when there is background noise, therefore arranging the environment to aid communication is a very important step to achieve effective communication. Some factors that can hinder communication are; * Poor lighting, individuals with poor sight unable to see you.
1.2 - Explain expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings The knowledge and skills addressed in this unit are key to working effectively in all aspects of your practice. It is essential to know how to evaluate your work and how you can improve on what you do, and to understand the factors that have influenced your attitudes and beliefs. With the major changes, new policies and ongoing research in this sector, you need to make sure that you are up to date in work practices and knowledge, and aware of current thinking. This is not an option but a duty that you accept when you choose to become a professional worker in the social care sector. The people that you support have a right to expect that your practice is always of a high standard and up to date.
To do this I can ask for feedback from advisers or assessors. I also need to find ways of evaluating myself. Responding to feedback one of the ways in which I can evaluate my current state of knowledge and performance is by asking others for feedback. This is important because it can be hard to be objective about your own performance. Also I may lack skills or knowledge to be aware of what else you should be doing or other ways in which I might work.
This way I ensure risks concerning activities are minimised and therefore reducing the risk of injury or harm to the individual and myself. Understanding signs of neglect/abuse is also important so I am able to report it to the relevant third party to protect the individual. 2.1 Sometimes individuals may want to do something which could be a risk to their Health and safety. As a support worker i have a duty of care to that person and must do all that I can to keep them safe but also have a duty to respect the individuals rights and choice. 2.2 It could be that the individual no longer wants to use a walking aid but their care plan states they need it to move around.
The reason this is important is so you can make changes to how you work that lead to continuous improvement in the way you provide services. Reflective practice can be an important tool in practice based professional learning settings where individuals learning from their own professional experiences, rather than from formal teaching or knowledge transfer, may be the most important source of personal professional development improvement. It is extremely important for individuals to reflect on the care that is given to always improve the quality of care given to service users. This makes sure
Ghaye et al (2000, pg 6) explain “reflection has the potential to transform both who we are and what we are able to do, for and with others in our healthcare worlds”. Reflective practice can help shape peoples values, which are fundamentally important as they make healthcare professionals the people they are. Reflection allows healthcare professionals to gain a sense of situation as it occurs and therefore gain a sense of clarity. Reflective practice permits health care professionals to assess the impact of their work on service users, families and their colleagues. This is essential for people working within health and social care as it improves clinical practice.
We all think differently and communicate in different ways. The people you are supporting will communicate because they are motivated by what they need. 1.2 Explain how communication affects relationships in an adult social care setting. Good communication is the key to a productive relationship between the patient and carer. Colleagues who are articulate with passing on important and general information will ensure that the care they are providing is of a high standard it will also contribute towards developing supportive relationships with the users is effective, eliminating possible mistakes.
This person will see that you have valued his or her opinion, and if you do not use his concepts or at least incorporate some of their ideas’ then you must tell then why you don’t think their concepts would be appropriate. Positive feedback is very important as a leader. Secondly, as a leader it is important to offer feedback; both positive feedback, because it reinforces and encourages them to do more than what they are doing and negative feedback because it diverts or redirects them to make adjustments in order to reach the desired goal. What is essential for a leader is they must provide feedback, negative and positive constructively. According to Ken Blanchard “To