You can make your own decision even if your parents disagree with your choice. If you make a decision that the doctor believes will do you serious harm, he/she may ask for help before acting on your decision. He/she will do this even when your parents agree with your decision. 5 The healthcare professional, or you, can call
The abuser should be able to identity his behavior and his reactions to things, develop respectful behavior in place of abusive ones. In cases like this with full communication there definitely is a chance of bringing the relationship to a normal and loving state. If none of these apply to what you’re going through chances is your going to have to make the decision to
1. Understand the meaning of duty of care. 1.1) Define the term duty of care: this is the responsiablelty of an individual under the employment of an care institution to adhere to as well as an legal obligation. This will affect attitudes to the appropriate duty of care towards adult using services also you can include your work colleges and yourself within this. Furthermore this requires work to be based towards the best interests of the individuals using the service so therefore ensuring that care practice isn’t detrimental to the health, wellbeing and safety of the adult; only carrying out care practice with your own level of competence, role and responsibility.
1.2 Explain how own role and practice can impact on communication with an individual who has specific communication needs As a carer it is our role and responsibility to support individuals to express themselves. The way in which we do this is by assessing their needs, access information regarding their communication needs, providing the appropriate support, aids or equipment, encouraging and motivating communication, working with others and by monitoring the effectiveness of that support. Without the appropriate support the individual would be unable to express their needs or how they are feeling which can lead to both emotional and physical difficulties. By fully supporting individuals with specific communication needs we are able to support their rights. 1.3 Analyse features of the environment that may help or hinder communication Features of
This is because you are not allowed to violate the person or privacy without their consent. This relates to the principles of person centred values. Some people may want their privacy in personal situations and want to be alone, therefore consenting to wanting to be on their own; others may need help in making choices, and consent for your presence, advice and thoughts on a matter. How to gain consent and What to do if you can’t. Av & Avi A social worker might gain consent from an individual by verbally or written confirmation, by asking questions by giving choices.
2.1 Describe how to find out the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual We could find out such information relating to an individual by working in a way that puts the individual at the centre of any planning and support, we can do this be communicating with them to find out about their history, preferences and wishes. It is important that we appear and work in a non – judgemental way in order to eliminate any prejudices and / or personal feelings as to not discriminate in any way against the individual. By promoting independence and autonomy, we can also ensure equality and inclusive practice; we can do this by actively encouraging and thus empowering individuals to use their strengths and potentials. Effective communication is also vitally important as this ensures
CU307P/ Understand Person-Centred Approaches in Adult Social Care Settings 1.1 Person centred Approach is all about putting the individual’s needs, wishes, preferences and beliefs first, ensuring that they are involved in what is happening to them, respecting them as individuals, upholding their rights as individuals and making sure that they are in the middle of everything that you do 1.2 Person Centred values are: Individuality Working in a way that recognises that everyone is different and has their own needs. I will need to make sure I do not make general assumptions about people. For example, not all old people like to play bingo or want to go out on coach trips. Some do and others don’t. Rights Promoting people’s rights to access services and fully participate in society Choice Recognising that people have a right to choose how they live and what they want to do with their lives.
To achieve a personal centred way you need to understand the individual. The best way of doing this is to not just understand their current situation but understand their life. Their past will give clues into their likes, dislikes and beliefs. Understatement will be achieved, as well as a sense of trust. It is important not to presume that past preferences are related to current ones.
I will need to be able to not allow my personal preference or prejudges to influence them by putting the child’s needs before my own needs and preferences. I also need to be able to work well with other agencies including heath visitors, social services and also therapists. This shows you are effective with your communication and are approachable by children, colleagues and other services. I have to use my initiative and also my body language needs to be positive so I am seen as approachable. 1.2 “There are many standards and pieces of legislation that need to be followed in order for practioner to do their job well.
Your duty of care is also that you act within your own competence and do not do anything which you cannot do safely. Implementing duty of care also requires following procedures and policies and working to agreed standards which include the protection from dangers, harm and abuse whilst respecting individual's rights and choices. 2. How does duty of Care contribute to the safeguarding and protection of your service users? Safeguarding is protection of vulnerable people from abuse and harm.