Assignment 206 Understand the role of the social care worker Task A – Short Answer Questions Explain three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship. Working relationships are professional and work in accordance with based on formal policies and procedures of the company and bound by contracts of employment and have codes of practice to be followed. Personal relationships are outside of the workplace. These are the relationships you have with family, friends or husband/partners. Personal relationships are based on emotions and are informal, often the shared support system between each other were feelings and thoughts are discussed and be who you are with family or friends.
2. You primary source for gathering information regarding an individual is the individual themselves. Ask them, discuss what they prefer and how you can implement it. Ask their families and friends, or others connected to their lives such as a social worker or other professionals involved in their care and well being. Should you be meeting with them in their own homes, look around you as their surroundings are just as important a source.
Unit SHC36 Promote person centred approaches in health and social care 2.2 How do you use care plans when applying person centred values A person and their needs should be at the centre of the support process. A carers role is to make sure that a person has every opportunity to state how they wish their needs to be met. This is especially important when the issues regarding the person are difficult or of a sensitive nature. Person centred working is about putting people in control of their lives, whether it be a new service user or a person who has been “stuck in the system” for many years. Most places will have a format (usually a care plan) for identifying needs such as: * What they are able to do independently * Personal Care * Nutritional Needs * Daily Life * Choice and Control * Risks * Medications * Work, leisure and learning * Physical and mental health It is important that everything is included in the care plan.
What workplace protocols should you consider when collecting and documenting information about Maria and her family? (2) 3. A small number of home care and respite workers are allocated to support Maria's family; what information needs to be provided to each worker and how can this be communicated to ensure confidentiality. (2) B)
This means decorating their bedroom to their liking and surrounding them with their own belongings where possible. We will discuss with family and wishes expressed by the resident to them regarding how they want their death to be handled. Agreed ways of working provide guidelines for dealing with an issue as difficult as death in a way that is respectful to everyone concerned while meeting the individual’s physical and psychological needs. 1.2 At Hafan-Y- Waun we have an end of life plan that is ideally discussed with every individual in our care. This may not always be possible and it must be handled with much sensitivity.
These are two examples of a working relationship within an adult social care setting. Aiii) It is important that social care workers work in partnership with individuals using the service and their family. Support work and its goal is to provide a service to prioritise the well-being and quality of life of service users within the care home. The best support offered will be support that is built on trust and a positive atmosphere, this can only be achieved if the support worker works in partnership with the service user and their family and conflicts will simply increase tension,, distrust and overall create a less comfortable life for the service user the social care worker is employed to support. Aiv) Partnership working can be improved by...
ASSIGNMENT 206.......... Understand the role of the Social Care Worker. TASK A Short Answer Questions; Ai) Explain three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship. A working relationship is a relationship where the social care worker spends time with their service user's and co-workers during working hours, but have little or no contact out of working hours. Strictly professional.
You would share support between each other and thoughts in your family, as when you’re with family and friends you can be yourself. Personal relationships involve doing activities together outside of the work environment. 2. Describe different working relationships in health and social care setting. The support workers roles is too make sure they support the individual to there best of there ability and follow their care plan.
NVQ Unit 1 – Introduction to Duty of Care in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings. 1.1 – Define the term ‘Duty of Care’. A moral or legal obligation to ensure the safety or well-being of others. 1.2 – Describe how the duty of care affects your own work role. The duty of care in my work role is based around looking after the residents in our care and maintaining their safety and dignity.
They may not be given the oppourtunity to be involved just because other's haven't got the time of day for them. Due to how dementia affects a client may mean they can not adjust to the time it is now and may be stuck in their past. This may mean they cannot understand what is being asked of them. 1.4 When caring for person with dementia we must remember they are an individual and need to be included in all