Unit 25 Understand The Role Of The Social Care Worker Outcome 1 1.1 The main difference is that working relationships are not personal; they are all about working together with others to achieve goals in an organisation. Most working relationships are between people at different levels and have clear boundaries and dividing lines. The personal relationships of social care workers are likely to include relationship’s with others who are family members, friends or a partner with whom you have a close personal, romantic or intimate relationship. Different working relationships: Employer/Employee relationships: You have a formal relationship with your employer. This means that the relationship is based on agreed rules and expectations about how both sides should work together.
Consider the differences in these two relationships and how this is apparent in health and social care - to include roles, employment, management and dynamics. 1.2 Describe a different working relationships in social care settings. Different settings - community, residential, nursing home, personal, formal, informal, paid and unpaid working relationships. 2. Understand the importance of working in ways that are agreed with the employer 2.1 Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role.
I also do not let personal opinions or feelings affect the relationship. My character and backgrounds are checked, through the police (CRB). There are boundaries that should be recognised: personal space, ethics, not being ''familiar'', or call service users (residents) 'love' for example. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in health and social settings - there are different types of working relationships, which includes: * person in need of support * person's family * Person's friends * Colleagues * manager * advocates * other care professionals (example: GP, District Nurses, Physiotherapists, Social Workers) 2. Be able to work in ways that are agreed with the employer 2.1 Describe why is it important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role - In my working relationship, I agree to follow: A.
1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship? Work relationships are more like teamwork all working together. Personal relationships could just start out as work relationships but as you get to know each other, your relationship may blossom into something more. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings? A working relationship in health and social care is based upon professional settings followed by rules regulations and procedures.
You have to build professional relationships with people you support to enable you to deliver the care required to each individual so you can get to know them and find out their likes and dislikes and routines they may have. You must make sure you do not over step the boundaries of the relationship for example visiting them out of working hours or inviting them to your own home. Some people you support may show an interest in your personal life but it is important to keep the answers you reply to their questions minimal, it is fine to share basic information but you must not share significant personal details about yourself. The other relationship of working is building relationships with staff members, team work takes time to work well, not everyone will share the same views on how tasks should be completed, and most teamwork relationships will depend on how well the team is managed. Supportive team working is a good term and can help towards a great team
UNIT 206 THE ROLE OF THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE WORKER OUTCOME 1 UNDERSTAND WORKING RELAITIONSHIPS IN HELATH AND SOCIAL CARE 1.1 A 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 you friends. 1.2 In the health and social care setting there are many different working relationships. These relationships will include: colleagues, manager, other professionals such as doctors/district nurse, service users and their family and friends. For each you develop a different type of working relationship and some will be more formal than others e.g.
Working relationships are different to other forms of relationships because the relationship forms a particular non-personal purpose to achieve tasks /coordinate roles .A person’s job description and the line managements that exist in work settings often define these. There are a lot of different types of relationship in the workplace e.g. Employer/employees, relationships with other colleagues, service user/staff relationship’s , staff relationship’s with professionals e.g. doctors, nurses, occupational therapists Outcome 2 Understand the importance in working in ways that are agreed with the employer 2.1 It is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role as this sets out boundaries in your job role, enables you to know your role and responsibilities. Knowing your own level of competence and skills, knowing your job description, as is designed to meet the needs of the residents in the care home.
Personal relationships involve doing things together outside of work. 2 describe different working relationships in health and social care settings. Different working relationships in social care are working with Doctors, Nurses, Social workers, OT’S, other carers, Co-ordinators, and Managers, Paramedics, Ambulance operators. [Outcome 2] 1 describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role Agreed ways of working Procedures that need to be followed for policies to be implemented. They record who do’s what, when and how in order to maintain Health and Safety and well-being at all times.
2.2 Describe different working relationships in social care settings – The different working relationships in social care settings are between the caregivers and the service users, caregivers and professional bodies such as GP’s, psychology, dentists etc..., Caregivers and the service user’s family members, and also between colleagues and management. For each of these I develop a different type of working relationship and some will be more formal than others for example would not address a visiting doctor in the same way I would a service user although I always ensure that I maintain a professional manner. 2. Understanding the importance of working in ways that are agreed with the employer 3.3 Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role The scope of my job is the sum of everything I have to do to get my job done to the highest standards. It sets out and describes the activities or duties I have to do, how, when, where and who with.
Understand the role of the social care worker Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. Working relationships: these are relationships that are formed whilst within the workplace, such as work colleagues, and it is necessary to maintain a professional nature whilst at work, the sense of a business relationship. It involves the concepts of teamwork, working with colleagues towards common goals of which is set out with the companies agreed ways of working, and therefore sharing same goals and purposes. Professional relationships: these are relationships that are generally formed amongst friends, family members, or others within a social group; it creates an interpersonal relationship, often based on similar likes and / or social commitments. Other relationships formed can be of a romantic nature, based on love and family bonds.