Compare the characteristics associated with active support and the hotel model in relation to an individual’s support The hotel model is where support staff are doing things for people and they become observers in their own lives. Active support is a way of ensuring people are able to engage and participate in their own support. Identify practical changes that could be made within a service setting to: • promote an individual’s independence To promote an individual’s independence, professionals should encourage and support them to take part in social, economic and cultural activities and join networks in the community. Independence means self determination, respect and equal opportunity. People living with one or more long term conditions have the right to decide what support they need and from whom.
People receiving care services must be confident that they can trust those who deliver care not only know what to do, but also to know how to do it well. It should be a sustained activity which, when embedded into the culture of an organisation, will increase staff morale as well as enhance the quality of their performance, which will result in positive outcomes for organisation and individuals. Analyse potential barriers to professional development. When planning professional development it is important for a manager to engage the expected participants in the process as a partners. If the participants are receptive to the development opportunity they will be more likely to find solutions to
Reflective practice can increase confidence and encourage you to become a more proactive professional. Reflective practice in the social care setting should help to improve the quality of care you give. Reflective practice is not always about looking for the negatives in your work it can also be looking at the positives of your work. When using reflective practice we will always look back on any changes to decide if they are working or can be improved again. 2.
* Conclusion - What else could you have done? * Action Plan - What will you do next time? Why is reflective practice important? The act of reflection is a great way to increase confidence and become a more proactive and qualified professional. Engaging in reflective practice will help to improve the quality of care you give and close the gap between theory and practice.
To GROW in the relationship formed through communication. People communicate to get to know each other, MAINTAIN the relationship and KEEP the relationship for longer time Professional relationships are built on respect, trust and good communication. Communicating clearly and understandably with one another is a professional requirements and the code of practice – bind you to deliver a certain standard of service and behaviour. Aii Explain how effective communication can affect relationships in an adult social care setting between: In relationships, the building of TRUST and understanding between people makes it easier to get things done through effective communication. Colleagues and other professionals: Working as part of a team, is working alongside colleagues and share a workload.
Promoting continuity of care that values the service users unique past, present and future individuality and recognizing and respecting the person’s role and contribution to family and wider society. By doing this you are respecting the individual, and what they have to offer to others, and making the individual still feel ‘needed’ and ‘useful’. 3. What is “consent” in adult social care? Consent means informed agreement to an action or decision; the process of establishing consent will vary according to an individual’s assessed capacity to consent.
Promoting independence means you will be able to have a personalised care plan and allow the individual to make informed choices by allowing them to view and be told of all of the available options to them as well as being able to discuss options with other professionals, this again links with promoting independence because the individual will then be able to once the decision is made include any changes or decisions into their care plan, by doing this the individual will be able to have a valued life to their standards because they will be able to state the type of care they wish to receive. Positive interactions can be immensely helpful to an individual’s well being by knowing the individuals care plan and being able to put your knowledge into place you are able to encourage participation in activities. Your knowledge of the individual will mean you will be able to offer the individual activies that they have enjoyed in their life’s e.g. watching sports or baking. It will also allow you to know in which way to approach the individual weather they prefer a quiet approach or are a chatty
This may be due to being to comfortable in his role or the uncertainty of change. A positive response and attitude may come from someone who likes change. For instance some one has been asked to join a new cost saving program at work, this may create a positive attitude for the person and he will feel a valued member of the team. A perceived threat to position, finances or prospects – to overcome this barrier, you would have to assume you are going
Peta Coleman HCS036 1. What is Your Understanding of the Term 'Person Centred' Person centred is care that sees patients/service users as equal partners in planning, developing and assessing care that is appropriate to their needs. It involves putting them in the centre of all decisions. It is a way of supporting a person as an individual and looking from their point of view. A Person Centered Plan may include:- * A positive description of the person, including what people like and admire about the person, thier gifts, talents,capabilities and contributions.
The stages of change helps provide a framework for understanding the process. Interventions can be tailored to the individual’s need, goals, and readiness, as well as build a healthy rapport with the person which builds trust and a good foundation for change. The more the person feels empowered, the more successful he/she will feel in making changes. This technique will help keep the person engaged in the process in order to obtain the necessary treatment that will be successful, as well as give the person a perception of successful change. Also, it is important to assist the family members in understanding addiction, recovery, relapse and ways to be a part of the recovery support system.