1.3 Explain how standards inform reflective practice in adult social care Standards inform reflective practice because they impact on how I work. I have to be fully aware of them and understand the imprecation’s of not working towards them. Reflecting on standards also gives me the opportunity to update myself on any new standards. 1.4 Describe how own values, beliefs systems and experiences may affect working practice My values, beliefs system and experiences could impact on the work I am doing with residents if I do not have an awareness of my own values etc. This is because I could find it difficult to accept other people values and beliefs.
Tuckman’s theory helps individuals to understand how team progress evolves. It helps team members within the public services to consider how they encounter different problems at different stages of their development. This then leads to team cohesion because the group comes together during the team tasks. A limitation within this theory may be that it makes team building too linear and consecutive, however this is a useful tool within many public services like the police force, royal navy and fire service, due to it being important to provide the precise services needed as a team. However it is important to understand that not all teams evolve smoothly.
This will ensure that officers feel valued and will heighten their intrinsic motivation. An emphasis on achievement would be made stronger by appealing to the officers’ emotions. As Dan Heath discusses in the video “Want Your Organization to Change? Put Feelings First,”¹ people change as a result of feelings, not knowledge. Some ways to play to the feelings of officers could be explaining specific examples of a particular police officer making a difference in a particular community or sharing specific stories of city residents whose lives have been affected for the better by actions taken by the Department.
As a client’s advocate, a counselor will be able to recognize how factors regarding the client’s “social, political, economic, and cultural background” (Ratts & Santos, 2012, pg. 118) influence the client’s career decision making process. Upon the counselor recognizing the barriers, he or she will be able to reach out to the community and its leaders for help in removing such barriers. Factors Affecting the Diverse Population Many different factors affect the diverse population such as “race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, economic class,
It has been said that these organizations move persons from undesirable to desirable states. Petagaye “As a trained social worker myself, I know that the mission states that social workers employ a bio-psycho-social approach to restore clients to a state of social functioning” Response “Unique technologies are employed to help persons interact better with their families, neighbours and co-workers. They are enabled to be more productive at work and to be responsible citizens. Petagaye “Let’s go to the phone lines and then we will pick up later on those technologies that, I’m quite sure will enlighten our listeners on how social service agencies differ in function and characteristics from other
These guidelines should enable staff to work safely and effectively. If staff are forced to breach these guidelines because of workload problems or pressures then this is a threat to the duty of care. Likewise, if sufﬁcient guidance is not in place, this also puts the duty of care in danger. Trade union members and stewards can work together with management to develop, monitor and review these guidelines. Often staff have good ideas about how guidelines can be improved.
Victim and Crime Evaluation Jessenia E. Martinez CJS/354 July 06, 2015 Kristin Mildenberger Victims and Crime Evaluation The function inside the criminal justice system cultivate together with a general goal in mind. Victimization is a respect with each function. The primary target of the criminal justice system and of each function is to guarantee justice is fulfilled, and victimization is narrowed. Each contributor inside the system has to contemplate the goals of sentencing, what alternative sanctions are suitable, if any, and the assessment of victims' rights. Roles and Functions Prosecutor - The prosecutor's position is to assemble the case contrary the defendant.
Cultural competence also requires victim service providers to appreciate how workers need to move from cultural awareness to cultural sensitivity before achieving cultural competence, and to evaluate growth and development throughout these different levels of cultural competence in practice. Self-awareness becomes the basis for professional development and should be supported by supervision and agency administration. Agency administrators and public policy advocates also need to develop strategies to reduce their own biases and expand their
Law enforcement and prevention organizations are working together more. There is still much work to do. In order for law enforcement to be successful it is important that all areas of the law work together towards the goal of prevention of domestic violence. This requires education, support and community involvement. There could also be more community policing that could reduce physical abuse and social disorder that attributes to domestic violence.
Healing is very important not just for the victims but also the offenders. Offenders are encouraged to participate in this process to help them understand the harm and problems that they have caused their victims and to take full responsibility for their actions. It gives them an opportunity to set things right and to make amends for their violations against the victims. This may come as reparations, restitution or community work. Sometimes while fulfilling these obligations the experience may be painful but the main goal is not revenge