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. The person is the central aspect of the care plan and regardless of their state of mind, their dignity, integrity and most importantly, their individuality must be respected. If you look at a care plan as “input” and “outcomes”. THe use of a care plan does not structure itself around the service it provides but what is achieved by people receiving the service. 3.3 Explain the steps you would take if you could not gain consent from a person you support when undertaking an activity Consent can happen or be obtained in many different ways, whether it be informed consent (ensuring the client is informed of the task they are about to undertake), implied consent (a client may imply their consent by for example presenting their arm ready for a blood test or to take their blood pressure), written or verbal consent.
There will be no set of rules or procedures to follow and you won’t get paid. You can voice your personal opinions, thoughts and feelings. A personal relationship is formed because you like a person and you choose to have that relationship with them. 2. Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings.
Unit 206 The role of the health and social care worker. Outcome 1 – understand working relationships in health and social care. 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. Working relationships are based on formal policies and procedures and agreed ways of working, these are bound by contracts of employment and have codes of practice to be followed – working relationships re professional based. Personal relationships are based on emotions and are informal.
Assignment 206 – Understand the role of the social care worker Task A – Short Answer Questions Ai) Three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship. A personal relationship is unbound by any professional ruling, standards or practises, is conducted outside of the work place (regardless of employ) and is built on an individuals values, beliefs and emotions. A working relationship, is built based on your employment and exists due to that. It will be bound and guided by policy, codes of practice and the roles in an individuals job description. The relationship is there on a basis of a service provision.
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 Three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship is that in working relationship you are working with someone or as part of a team whom are not of your choice, whereas in a personal relationship you can pick and choose who you want. Another difference is in a working relationship you follow rules and codes of conducts at work, and in a personal relationship you don't have to follow any rules of guidance. In a working relationship you have boundaries which are set up to help protect yourself and individuals of the service, where as in a personal relationship there are no sets of rules and procedures to follow and you are able to voice your personal opinions, thoughts and feelings. Aii) Give two examples of different working relationships in an adult social care settings 1. relationship between services users and care workers 2. relationships between the workers and the managers Aiii)Explain why it is important that social care workers work in partnership with individuals using the service and their family Its important that social care works work in partnership with individuals using the service and their family because they both have the same goal to protect and give the best needs to the service user. working with the individuals using the service can give information on about how they feel and what they would like to be done and a family member can give information and know the service user better than what social care workers do.
Unit Title: The role of the health and social care worker |URN: J/601/8576 | | |Credit Value: 2 | | |Level: 2 | | |Learner name: Vilma Dociene | | | |Assessment Method | |1. Understand working relationships in health and | | |social care | | |1.1 Explain how a working relationship is |1.1 The difference between a working relationship and personal relationship is that a | |different from a personal relationship |working relationship is different because of boundaries, professional codes of | | |conduct, employer policies and procedures. in your working relationship you would be | | |friendly have a different approach treat with equality you would know your role and | | |responsibility you would not share personal information as you would with friends. Also | | |a working relationship as no emotional attachment and is primary based around your job, | |1.2 Describe different working relationships in |where as personal relationship as an emotional attachment due having family and personal | |health and social care settings |friends and is
Working relationships are governed by policies and procedures structured by the employer. Professional codes of conduct need to be adhered to and although friendly, you wouldn't share personal information as you would with family and friends. There is no emotional attachements in working relationships and an approach of responsibilty and equality should be in place. Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings. Relationships differ in health and social care setting such as collegues, managers, doctors, paramedics, district nurses and service users with their family and friends.
Client A has dementia and therefore unable to remember or know what she needs. In order to give the best care to client A ; I would use conversations and questions to find out what the patient understands, what language client A is most comfortable using and how are workplace and facilities can supply the services to ensure well being, safety and health. To understand communication a hands on approach is a must as no amount of reading would
CU2546 The Role of the Health and Social Care Worker 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship A working relationship is different than a personal relationship due to it being a lot more formal. When you are in a working environment you have to have a level of professionalism with colleagues, service users or health professionals. With a working relationship; there are clear boundaries that have been set by the organisation that you must obey. For example, you must not accept presents or a monetary reward off service users or their families and you must not begin any intimate relations with service users, i.e. develop feelings; either sexual or emotional.
The role of the health and social care worker. 1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. Working relationships are formal relationships with policies and procedures in place to follow which are different from a personal relationship. In working relationships u have clear boundaries that are stated in employees job description and the line management arrangements within a work setting. Thus when u are making friendship with the person you are supporting , you are stepping outside the boundaries of the code of practice.