Practicing to behave like an optimist can help you develop this trait. Before you can have an optimistic outlook you need to have optimistic behavior. Persistence towards your goals and never giving up along the way is one kind of behavior of optimists. Taking small steps that contribute to beneficial results will help protect you from digressing. When you believe that good fortune is coming your way and wonderful things happen every day you will be on your way to mastering this characteristic.
Therefore being flexible and having a positive outlook on learning and on life is crucial. All of these experiences help children to become resilient and resourceful and to learn to cope with change and situations in which things may go wrong. Physical well-being is important for learning and development as this enables children to explore, to investigate and to challenge themselves in the environment. A growing awareness of their bodies and abilities is also part of this. The adult supports children’s psychological and physical well-being by helping them to make healthy choices about nutrition, hygiene and exercise.
People usually feel satisfied when they communicate well with individuals. Good communication enables individuals needs to be met and for care and support workers to feel, they are not just doing the job but doing it in a way that allows individuals to have choice and control over their lives. Good communication will enable you to build strong professional relationships based on trust. It is essential that the individuals you support trust you as you are working very closely with them to improve their lives and if you are providing personal care, you will be carrying out intimate tasks. Communication is an essential skill for worker who wants to do well in their setting; this communication can be between adults or children.
When you work in a way that embeds person-centred values you are supporting the people you work with so that they can live the life that they choose to. You will have a more holistic approach to your work by respecting a person’s differences and tasks will be done better because you have accounted for that person needs in a way that suits them. As a result the individual will feel valued. Why can risk taking be part of a person centred approach? A person centred approach includes promoting an individuals right to choose and be independent.
HSC2007 Support independence in the tasks of daily living Outcome 1. 1 - Individuals can benefit from being as independent as possible while doing day to day tasks because it provides them with independent living skills that they may or may not of had before or advancing them further. It also gives them a sense of self worth, dignity and confidence as they aren't relying on someone else to do everything for them. It also gives them some independence and some control of their own life and choice making. 2 - Active participation promotes independence because if they are joining in with an activity / skill building they are learning how to do different things that they may have not known before, which they could then use independently or with little support e.g :- making a cup of tea, after helping to make it, they can then use the knowledge from active participation to do it independently.
The legislation who promotes people rights gives protection to people with disabilities not to be discriminated against on the grounds of their disabilities. Our day to day practices and attitude are important in how effective this policies and rights are followed in real life. Is very important to family members and carers who are supporting people with learning disabilities to understand and promote these rights. Through this act and policies rights are provided and enforced, it is improving the quality of their life and helps them to live independently. 3.
Unit CCLD 301 Develop and promote positive relationships Amy Simpson K3C154 – Good working relationships are vital to the setting. They help to provide a positive environment that can be experienced by everyone. If staff get along well and the morale is high, parents are more likely to put trust in us to look after their children effectively. Children will feel secure and content; staff members may seem more approachable. This applies to the way the parents feel about us too, perhaps they will be more open to discussion as they will feel valued and welcome.
AIV) A) To make sure the resident’s needs are being met and the correct help is available to enable this such ad hearing aids, paper and pens. B) Misunderstanding/Mistakes could be prevented so you could have a better insight about the resident therefore insuring effective communication. AV) A) The home will be a pleasant and positive one to work within if colleagues communicate regularly therefore promoting teamwork. B) Confidence and independence will be enhanced between the resident and carer. C) Good communication with other professional bodies is a positive step which makes for a better working environment.
Outcome 1 Maintaining personal hygiene in necessary for many reasons. These can be personal, social, health, phycological or even as a way of daily life. Essential keeping a good standard of hygeine helps to prevent development and spread of infeection, illness and bad odours. Self-esteem, confidence and motivation can be altered by our body image, often reflected on our ability of care to ourselves and keep good hygiene practice. If a person maintain personal hygiene well, they are more likely to be approached by others.
b) Wishes and preferences Misunderstanding/mistakes could be prevented, you have a better insight about the individual (religious and cultural beliefs) therefore ensuring effective communication. Av Explain how good communication can have a positive effect on the way a social care Worker interacts with. a) Colleagues The environment at work will be a pleasant and positive one to work within if colleagues communicate regularly therefore promoting team work and a good working atmosphere. b) Individuals using the service and carers Effective communication enables a person to feel secure and respected as an individual at a time when they may be