You will be accountable and responsible for any mistakes or errors. You do not have to like the people you work with and you will need to keep personal opinions and feelings to yourself. Mutual respect and understanding needs to be established and is a key factor in developing a good working relationship. A personal relationship is formed through choice, with someone you share interests and feelings with and who you like. There will be no set of rules or procedures to follow and you won’t get paid.
Safeguarding is protection of vulnerable people from abuse and harm. As a Carer you have a duty of care to report any allegations and suspicions of abuse( whistle blowing policy), harm or any other dangers in your work setting. Following your policies also insures that your services users are not exploited or taken advantage of for example by a member of staff, e. g. Gifts policy, which lays down rules that members of staff are not to accept any kind of gifts from service users. Should you be aware of this policy being discarded by another member of staff it is my responsibility to report this as it is not only against the company's policy but could also result in confrontations with the individual's family
The supervisee is made aware that their information it confidential other than what may be used for training or improvement purposes only and that their name and identity will be classified and confidential. Although the manager encourages free speech and airing of views, we would like everyone to keep it professional and not use it as a gossip moment, or to plot and plan against other staff members or management. It has a purpose and that is to improve the supervisee and air their issues or problems as long as they know their boundaries which may be
This promotes a social withdrawal, but grievances have not yet been aired. If the threshold is reached, the individual will believe that they will be justified in withdrawing. The next stage is the dyadic process, where the individual declares their resentment for their partner, and the problems are aired and disputed by their partner. The relationship can be saves by effective communication. However, is can also highlight the weaknesses.
Grieving is a personal and highly individual experience. How you grieve depends on your personality and coping style, your life experience, your faith, and the nature of the loss. I think you have to be patient with yourself because it might take some time to let it go. Some people trying to ignore it but I don’t think this is right thing to do. Ignoring your pain will only make it worse.
This information that I have is of a personal nature and people should only be given this information on a 'need to know' basis. Information should be confidential as this if shared with the wrong people it could affect the security and well being of my client. Verbal information should be should be protected too, you should not talk about your client by name with friends or family, or anyone else that does not have a right to know. You should remember that conversations can be overheard and confidential information may be accidently shared.If a clients personal information was not secure it could put their security at risk & they would lose trust in you as a carer. 2 Know how to access support for handling information 2.1 Describe how to access guidance information &
Three differences between the two are as follows: 1. You would be able to discuss confidential information with co-workers and clients but not with family/friends as this would be a breach of confidentiality. 2. Discussing life issues, when in a professional working relationship with clients you would not be able to discuss potential life issues such as money problems, problems at home etc… this is something that you are not allowed to do due to this client being a vulnerable adult who listens to these problems and can get worried about that member of staff and then try to help. 3.
1.1Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship You have a professional duty of care to the individuals you care for which is different to the relationships you have with your friends and family. The relationships with carers and clients is to guide and support individuals and to help them to live as independently as possible. You should listen carefully to individuals and never put pressure on them. It is also important not to cross any professional boundaries with clients and keep your relationships professional. Here are some of the ways that you can maintain professional boundaries: • Be reliable and dependable • Do not form inappropriate intimate or personal relationships with individuals • Promote individuals’ independence and protect them as far as possible from harm • Do not accept gifts or money from individuals or their family members • Be honest and trustworthy • Comply with policies and procedures or agreed ways of working • Cooperate with colleagues and treat them with respect • Do not discriminate against anyone • Maintain clear and accurate records • Continue to improve your knowledge and skills • Respect confidential information and knowing when it is appropriate to share • Report any concerns you may have Most of your clients will rely heavily on your support, for some of them you might be the only person they see from day to day and because of this, it is really important that you do your very best to keep the relationship professional.
They should never have to fit in with you or your employer. Individuals should be allowed and supported to make their own choices. Care and support needs should be tailored to suit each individual. This shows respect by preserving the individual’s dignity and individuality. Their personal beliefs should be respected.
A personal life is a person’s own. It’s not shown to the public, or strangers, but rather kept in small confidence of well acquainted people. Public lives may be considered a sort of façade. As the author quoted, “…the curtain separating these two worlds is not to be tampered with, and that curtain rippers are criminals”. It’s important to keep the two lives separate for professional, social, and emotional reasons.