Some of the ways I can show this are; • Complaint procedure; When a service user wants to make a complaint I have to explain to them the procedure, support them in how to complete the complaint and give feedback about the result whilst maintaining confidentiality. • Service user’s support plans are regularly reviewed and updated to take into account any changes to the service user’s health, needs and wishes or any updates from any appointments, such as medication review, dental appointment, optician’s appointments, epilepsy review etc. • Maintaining confidentiality by storing support plans securely. • Various planned activities; Activities are devised by what the service user themselves would like to participate in, these are put on to a personal activity programme but it is still the service user’s choice on the day if they wish to take part in these activities. • Offering choices; Staff members are there to offer choices regarding what the service user wishes to wear or what they would like to eat.
Page 7 Identify the ethical considerations involved and accepting referrals Page 8 Explain reasons for negotiating a contract with clients Page 8 Conclusion Page 9 Bibliography Page 10 UNIT 6: ASSINGMENT 04- YEAR ONE REPORT ON ETHICAL PRACTISE Introduction I hope that this essay is going to reflect on what I think is important in understanding how the ethical framework can be used in the context of counselling. I will be looking at the impact of the ethical framework on self, referrals, legal and contracting. Explain the key features of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy ethical framework and what factors may affect your ability to adhere them. The BACP Ethical Framework came into force in April 2002 and provides a professional framework to counsellors, outlining key areas of responsibility and rules of conduct. By its existence the
As a research and development counselor, I acquire responsibility for thoroughly analyzing primary drugs or alcohol abuse situations that are acknowledged in the recognized problem area of focus. By means of doing so, this information will aid in providing me and other members of this establishment to have a more visual in site on what proper steps and assured steps that will need to be taken, in the effort to provide the best possible help. In addition, I am responsible for planning and organizing at my own discretion in the aide of providing the best methods of approach. In order to provide adequate information, I have to continue to remain active in the disoblige communities by attending regular
DH Associates Performance evidence record NVQ Unit: 650 Understand professional management and leadership in health and social care or children and young people’s settings. Candidate Name Use this form to record details of activities (tick as appropriate) Evidence ref Observed by assessor Seen by expert witness Seen by witness Unit Numbers Self reflective account Product Report Knowledge statement NB Your assessor may wish to ask you some questions relating to this activity. Ensure that they are recorded in the appropriate box overleaf. The person who observes/ witnesses your activity must sign and date overleaf. |Unit |AC |
2.3 Identify ways that person-centred thinking can be used: Individuals- To find things out about them to create a person centred care plan, Teams- A person centred team is a team with a structured sense of purpose. This team then knows what is important to and for its members and this information is then recorded in a team plan. Each team member’s role is allocated based on their strengths and
Individuals who have been traumatized require support and understanding from the ones around them. In most cases, survivors of trauma can be re-traumatized through well-meaning guardian and service providers in the community. Trauma Informed Care projects attempt to educate our societies regarding the effect of trauma on clients, family, friends, co-workers, and even ourselves. Getting to know the effect of trauma is a necessary first step of one being a compassionate and supportive community (Bloom, S. L. 1997 ). For every trauma, the diagnosis criteria are accordance to descriptive text that helps in diagnostic decision making.
P1: You need to explain the function of research in health and social care. Research by definition is a planned process where information has been collected and analysed for a specific purpose; the findings are then reported and published. Research has many functions such as; identifying needs, highlighting gaps in provision, planning provision, informing policy or practice, extending knowledge and understanding, improving practice, aiding reflection, allowing progress to be monitored and examining topics of contemporary importance. Firstly identifying needs in health and social care is central to a service user’s care as the professionals need to identify the needs of the individual to adapt the care to be specific to the service user.
It also provides an up-to-date record of my involvement in training and development activities. I can get support with my PDP from my manager and colleagues. These people can help me identify training needs and requirements, and recommend areas for me to develop When developing my PDP I followed ‘SMART’ principles Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant Timely 3.3 Establish a process to evaluate the effectiveness of the plan 3.3 – According to my progress and my training goals, I will evaluate and amend my PDP accordingly. By doing this I will be able to identify any problems or obstacles that may have delayed my progress, and find alternatives to help me to achieve them. During regular supervision with my manager, objectives can be outlined, target dates set for stages of achievement and recommendations for how I will achieve them.
In this paper, I will discuss the range of problems facing these client’s and what skills the helper can use in order to help their client. When problems exist that causes a client to experience trouble or discomfort, it is essential that human service professionals can identify
Reflective practice is a term used to describe a technique for analysing and addressing developmental needs which we may have. It is a process by which we look back on how we work or have worked, identifying weaknesses and areas for improvement. Reflective practice also enables us to identify strengths which we can maintain. Reflecting on our practice therefore helps us to improve and develop ourselves. Reflective practice can take place: verbally – discussing our progress and practice with managers, supervisors, tutors or colleagues in writing – such as writing an account or diary of daily activities, developments or incidents, and identifying ways in which we could use these experiences to improve.