A risk assessment may initially have been carried out to enable an individual to undertake activities which will develop their skills and confidence, as these grow the risk assessment will need to be reviewed. Failure to do this will undo all the progress that has been made as well as infringing the individuals rights. 4. Explain how useful care or support plans are in supporting person centred values in practice. A care plan is the main important tool in supporting person centred values, this can be achieved by involving the individual at every step to ensure it reflects their individuality.
1.2 Explain the importance of Relative Practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided Reflective practice is necessary in order to guarentee that high standards of care are continuous as circumstances and environments change. We must constantly be aware of approaches used and how they can be altered or developed to become better. Continually improving and adapting approaches has lots of benefits, ensuring that each service users needs are met. The carer will benefit as their skills develop, enabling them to deliver the highest standards of care to the service user. This can also create a better level of understanding and acceptance of those different from us and will cause the carer think about issues such as opinions, cultures and attitudes of others around us to ensure a diverse, positive and productive daily living experience.
2.1 The best way an individual can feel included, valued and able to engage daily life is to make sure they get as much out of life as anybody else would. Include them in everyday activities, encourage independence and treat them how they expect to be treated. 2.2 Individuals with dementia may feel excluded due to the fact that many of them suffer from depression that has sprouted from Dementia. Inclusion is important in the life of a dementia sufferer as it encourages independence and quality of life. 2.3 It is very important to include the individual in all aspects of care because it helps to promote their independence.
As a health professional if you want to deliver good quality care you need to communicate effectively and it will also help you to learn the needs of your client this is important because so that the service user knows they are in good hands and it also gives them an idea on what is going to happen. You will learn several new details about the
By observing their reactions when communicating, any problems can usually be identified and dealt with immediately. 2.1 Explain why it is important to find out an individual’s communication and language needs wishes and preferences. It’s important to find out an individual’s communication and language needs, wishes and preferences to be able to understand what the individual is trying to express. An individual might not be able to speak at all and they will try to communicate with us by making noises, facial expressions or body expressions, such as point to the thing they want. By knowing their preferences it will be easier to
Make a Positive Contribution – confidence/control/choice/involvement. It is important the individual you are assessing has been given the opportunity to choose the setting for the assessment and also that they can have an advocate of their own to accompany them. When completing the assessment it is important to give the individual the full information on what you are to be going through and that it is their assessment on how support will be offered. The individual must be given the time and be able to understand the process of the assessment and the Support Plan that comes from this. If they have any difficulties eg.
Gaining reassurance and acknowledgement is another form of communication it is always admirable to gain and give compliments. When one is acknowledged for the work that they have done it will impact into the work that is being done. Other reasons why people communicate are to discuss a situation, make a point or outline a concern and develop learning. 1.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work Effective communication is a two way process. The person communicating has to make sure they are giving the right message, but also needs to make sure that it is being correctly received and understood by the other person or people.
By recognising the centrality of the individual, we empower them and boost their confidence. We will then also able to identify the best ways to help the individual maintain their independence while promoting health and well-being. We will also be able to identify where further help is required and help the individual to use their strengths and abilities for their own benefit. Recognising strengths and abilities also helps build confidence to try new things and to challenge their own disabilities. Person-centred care sees patients as equal partners in planning, developing and accessing care to make sure it is most appropriate for their needs.
When you struggle with language differences, it is difficult to effectively handle conflict c. Different orientations to conflict and conflict management style also complicate intercultural conflict. Two Orientations to Conflict 1. Conflict as Opportunity: a conflict is a normal, useful process and all issues are subject to change through negotiation. Benefits of conflict: a. Gaining new information about people or other groups b. Diffusing more serious conflict c. Increasing cohesiveness Conflict as Destructive: Assumptions: a. conflict is a destructive disturbance of the peace, the social system should be adjusted to the needs of members; rather, members should adapt to established values When conflict does arise, the strong spiritual value of pacifism dictates a nonresistant response-often avoidance.
CU2942 Promote Professional Development 1.1 It is important to continually improve my knowledge and practise within my role (as well as for others in their roles), so that I am aware of the up to date training, legislation and good practice. As I am a line manager I must set an example to others, and be knowledgeable enough to answer queries and share information. As legislation and methods of working in social care are often improved and adapted, I must keep up to date. Through expanding my knowledge I gain a better understanding of the job, which I can then pass on to others. I am able to undertake new duties through improvement, which makes my role more varied and interesting.