I would explain that we can keep certain things confidential such as opinions and beliefs but if information effects their received care or personal wellbeing/health then I have a duty of care to act upon this but only on a ‘needs to know’ basis. I would however explain that I am not required to discuss it with her daughter so I would respect her wishes with regards to discussing it with family members. Bii) Describe the possible tensions that may arise between telling others of Hannah’s decision and keeping this information totally confidential. Hannah could lose trust and confidence with her support staff possibly causing Hannah to keep things to herself incase all staff discuss everything. Hannah could lose confidence and trust with just myself and not feel comfortable with me supporting her.
Whilst it is Hannah’s right to make decisions for herself and choose to take the medication or not, in this case from the information given it could be detrimental to her health and therefore I would explain to Hannah that the information given to me in confidence; through Hannah not taking her prescribed medication she may be at risk of harm and therefore I would need to pass the information on to my Manager to ensure her wellbeing is being addressed. It is Hannah’s choice who she shares information with and I would give her my assurance that the information would not be shared with her daughter unless she consented to it. Bii Identify the range of people who may need to know about Hannah’s situation, and describe any tensions that may occur if the information is shared. The range of people that would need share the information would be those directly with her care, healthcare professionals including her GP who can work with Hannah to help her understand the benefits of taking her medication. If the information was shared with the daughter this could cause upset and potential breakdown of the relationship.
Outcome 4 Be able to apply principles and practices relating to confidentiality at work. 1. Confidentiality means that you have to keep certain information private, respect people’s privacy, only the children’s parents or carers will have access to files and records of their own children but not any other child. Staff can’t discuss individual children with people other than the parents or carers of that child. Information given by parents or carers to nursery staff can’t be passed on to third parties.
No adults are to use the bouncy castle. 2. No food, drink or chewing gum to be allowed on or near the bouncy castle which will avoid choking and mess (please note if the inflatable is collected in a dirty condition then the person hiring it will incur a cleaning charge). 3. All shoes, glasses, jewellery and badges MUST be removed before using the bouncy castle.
One of the important ethical issues to check, is that you do not know the person, and that you are not connected in anyway that is inappropriate, this is called a dual relationship this may be unavoidable in small towns, we would also need to assess that that there are no sexual attractions, on this basis the therapist may decide they cannot work with the client, and may offer the client an alternative therapist. The prospect that this could happen must be explained to the client in the initial consultation, so you can build trust, and the client can feel that you are working in their best interests. It is also important to make sure that the power of the relationships formed between therapist and client is of an equal one, it is extremely valuable to empower your client, and not take the power. The only time a therapist should show authoritarian power is when using inductions which require this
Assignment 301- Principles Of Communication In Adult Social Care Settings Task B Case Study Bi) How would you explain the term ‘confidentiality’ to Hannah? To explain confidentiality to Hannah is that I would have a duty to only share that information with those who have a right to know or when the individual have given you permission and that I have a duty to keep their personal information private. Bii) Describe the possible tensions that may arise between telling others of Hannah’s decision and keeping this information totally confidential. The information Hannah disclosed to me would be passed by my manager on to those dealing directly with Hannah's care for example her GP, who can work with Hannah to help her understand the benefits of taking her medication. If the
The thing that Hope was protecting Andy from was the voices in her head. She would hear the voices telling her that someone were going to take him or hurt him in some way. Hope had many problems because she did not have the parenting skills that she needed to take care of Andy. Hope needed people in her life to help her care for Andy and to tell her what she was doing right and what she was doing wrong. Social services should have removed Andy from her care because she could not care for him.
Explain how and when to seek advice about confidentiality and where to go for help. Confidentiality means not sharing information about someone without their knowledge and agreement and ensuring that written and electronic information cannot be accessed or read by people who have no reason to see it. Ways to keep information secure To keep care plans secure Don't talk about service users out of work. Do not share information to people that do not have the right to the information. Situations where you might need to share confidential information.
The ACE Code of Ethics is also something that was created to keep counselors out of trouble when taking on a client. Each client has diffirent issue that he our sure may wont to sure or may not wont to share just with anyone. So when going to a counselor a person is able to talk to someone that is not allowed to communicate with anyone else about their situation at all. In Section B Confidentiality and Privacy, explains this and also let you know when and who you can share information with if need be. For example, some that does not have capacity like a minor or the elderly.
Rosaleen believes that Lily should just leave the topic alone and that she may discover something she just does not want to know. Rosaleen fears that Lily will be more hurt by her discoveries in finding her past that happy and relieved, “ ‘Maybe she was. I can’t say. I just know some things are better left alone.’ ‘What do you mean? That I shouldn’t find out what I can about my own mother?’ ‘What if—’ She paused and rubbed the back of her neck, ‘What if you find out something you don’t wanna know?’ " (Kidd, 100) Another controversial view studied by Emanuel states that Lily must confront the hardship of her mother’s death head on and that it may have a