The Roles of a Health and Social Care Worker

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The role of the Health and Social Care worker CU2546 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. The difference between a working relationship and a personal relationship is that a working relationship is professional between employee and employer or in my case carer and service user you are not their friend or family you are there to give them a service as a carer and look after them in a professional manner and there are boundaries you must not cross, where as a personal relationship, friend, family or loved one you are removed from the professional obligations and more likely to do things for the person as you have an emotional connection. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in social care settings. There are many different working relationships in social care, the first is carer and service user where you are there to give support in day to day living and to give them a good quality of life. The next is between carers, you have to support each other physically when needed and also communicate information correctly so you both know what is happening with your service users. Another working relationship is with a service user’s family, you need to be professional and make the family feel confident and secure that their loved ones are being looked after at a high standard. Other working relationships are between the Care Company and carer, the company must ensure that their carers are up to date with training and that they communicate accurate information and details about clients to their carers, they also need to make sure that they follow the laws and legislations set out in this country and their recent CQC report is at a high standard. 2.1 Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role. It is vital that you adhere to what your job description is as each specific role has
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