1.2 person centered values are important with care plans as Care planning is all about improving the lives of those who receive care. A person centered approach is fundamental to achieving high quality care, both for staff who implement care plans and for service users and their families who rely upon them. The emphasis must always be on the service user as an individual, with aspects of aspects of their unique qualities helping to inform the care plans, such as their life history, likes and dislikes, and experiences. Creating a care plan that ensures that person centred values are met will make all the difference when considering an individual’s ability to understand,
As a manager, I can see myself inspiring my subordinates to think, grow and take responsibility for them. I do this by demonstrating belief in what my staff members can accomplish. I believe that I can help people to improve, and I enjoy managing and supporting their efforts. Moreover, observing the best in people is important to me. In fact, my ability to combine an acceptance of others as they are with the inspiration and encouragement they need to become even better is what makes me a valuable mentor, manager, co-worker, and friend.
Interpersonal relationships could be hindered by our emotions, non-verbal expressions, and the way we would talk to our spouse. Speaking in the right tones towards our spouse will save arguments with our spouse. Conflict will happen, but figure out the ways to deal with the conflict is how a couple will stay together for life. Communication is a most in any relationship, no communication and each person will do his or her own thing. This will not be a healthy relationship.
Truly, there may be detours and accidents that we might face but it mustn’t hinder us. Rather it should drive us to have a strong will and put in mind that no matter how slow we go, we will be there. Thus, our future, I see it not just a life ahead of what we have now. It is more than that. In fact, it is the
To improve my own knowledge is very important to me and I really enjoy learning new skills which can benefit my roles or future roles. In doing this I feel I am progressing in my career, keeping myself desirable to other employers and maximising my potential to do well within my career. Therefore if I continue to develop professionally and improve my knowledge resulting in me improving my practice I will: * Become a positive role model to other staff * Be confident in my own abilities and future employment * Lead and influence staff positively with the correct information and highest of standards. * Recognise opportunity for further career movements
When a dilemma arises, my responsibility is to support individuals or their families to make informed choices. Even if I disagree with their decision, I can only give advice but can not force them. If an individual is willing to do something that involves some risk, I have to support people to make informed choices. Totally avoiding risks would limit individual’s choices and opportunities and it can lead to dependency and depression. I have to act in the person’s best interest but instead of encouraging them to avoid risks I have to support them and enable them to taking part in activities.
CU2940 Identify the features of effective partnership 1.1 -.Any information that is shared with other partnerships is for the benefit of the service user and their family, by partnerships working together and gathering all the information together it builds a bigger picture of the service users lifestyle . Each partnership may see different things in their visits to the family or when the service user goes to settings and clinics. So by all working together they can implement and plan for all needs not just one that maybe seen by one professional. For effective partnership to work they will need to have good communication written and oral, build positive relationships in terms of respect, good rapport and understanding, share information, maintain good regular contact, work together for the needs of the service user and have good working practice Explain the importance of partnership working with; 1.2 – Colleagues It benefit’s the service user if colleagues have a good working partnership, it creates positive environments where clients settle better. Also building positive relationships is good for when it comes to sharing information, everyone knows what each one is doing, colleagues can support each other and enjoy their job better and runs smoothly.
After reading this article I see that no matter how long you know someone or how close you are to them the communication needs to be clear. This doesn’t mean just saying to someone that you are upset but giving them the chance to understand completely and explain why and what made you upset. Starting a new relationship with someone you give them details and allow them to get to know you and they do the same. The closer you get to a person does not mean they no longer deserve the benefit of you opening up and fully communicating with
We could make more effective plans for their care and education whilst monitoring there welfare to show their skills and ideas. It is always important to have positive relationships because if we didn't there could be a danger that information could be withheld or passed on incorrectly this could result in the child not being given the support they require ending up in a delayed development . In our setting we must always create a good working relationship as it benefits all children and everyone involved, good relationships always create a positive environment where children can settle and relax easily. If we can build good relationships with every parent this is always a positive thing as parents will share information easier and take an interest in what their child is learning. It always helps to have good positive relationships with all staff as we can support each other and enjoy our