The focus of training tends to be on the staff group delivering the services, to ensure that all recommendations and standards are achieved. p.d.p is important for my career, increases my employability, and helps me progress and gain promotion within my work place. As a senior member of staff, I am responsible for others: Staff, residents, visitors, etc so it is paramount that I am knowledgeable in all areas of management, Also is important for me to ensure that staff recive the training to ensure that they are aware of and follow, the current health & social care standards, legislation, and guidelines for good practice. .This will ensure a good work force are following all the same standadrs to ensure that best practices are met and a high quality of care is given to the clients, I ensure the team of staff i supervise have regular traing some that is refresher training on a yearly basisfoe example manual handling/administration of medication and the medication error policy and procedure this is one i ensure ,as i dont want any medication error but if this was to hapen, as we are only human i want to stress the importance of reporting and what the out comes are if you dont report/safe guarding which is in house and deliverd by yearly trained D.A.P.A(DESIGNATED ADULT PROTECTUON .) /health and safty training and ensure my team have read or
It also ensures any health and safety issues are recognised and reported. All carers attend hand over at the beginning of each shift and also complete communication books after attending an individual, thereby keeping other staff informed and aware of current situations within the workplace. Individuals communicate with carers to express their needs and preferences and to ensure they are met. As a carer I would discuss the options and choices available to the individual to allow them an informed choice regard their care. Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of the learners work.
Unit 4222-304 Principles for implementing duty of care in health and social care. 1. Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice. 1.1 The term duty of care means to give the best care and attention to the clients i work with. This is based around each individual and their careplan so the care i give is individual to them.
In my setting we have regular supervision with the team leader who will give constructive and good feedback. 2.2. Feedback is important in the healthcare setting for ongoing development for the staff. Feedback helps you improve your day to day work, and helps you focus on
I have to utilise different skills when communicating with the different individuals for example- a member of staff may need to feel valued supported and understood , I may need to adapt the way I communicate to ensure them I understand. By having staff meetings, 1:1's with the staff to discuss any issues they have, discussed they work performance. This will hopefully help with their morale within work. When I am speaking with people I am the managing I need to know they understand my instructions, and understand that as their senior they have to do the duties that I request of them, this also has to be communicated to ensure people are happy to carry out the tasks I have requested of them. I am happy to use visual aids and also to communicate by example, therefore if I am discussing an issue with the domestics I will quite happily show them what is required and how to achieve the desired result to ensure there is no misunderstanding.
Important of Reflections Reflecting on my own practice is important because it allows me to assess what i am doing well, identify areas where you might like or may need more training or guidance in to ensure am performing to the best and meeting all standards and expectations within the care setting. It also helps me to think about what I am doing in the setting and always be aware of how I am working with others. Reflecting on my work practice can enhance and improve my confidence and self-esteem because I can look at what I am doing well, the things I have learnt and achieved and feel good about myself especially if I have been able to do something with ease which I use to find it difficult to do in the past, if I have been able to do something that I have never tried it before. This then gives me confidence to continue to work well and aim to try new things or use what new skills or knowledge I have gained in my care practices. Reflecting on my activities can help me learn from other people’s strategies.
Continually improving and adapting approaches benefits both service users and practitioners, ensuring that each individual needs are catered for. This will also enable you to establish what training or mentoring you need. How can standards be used to help a social care worker reflect on their practice? You need to know the standards to understand what is expected of you as a health and social care worker. Once you know these you will be able to reflect and ensure you are
Relationships of co-workers, these are based on trust and share an agreed outcome. Supervisory relationships, these are relationships between supervisors or managers and they should be easy to approach with any worries problems or concerns that you may have. Professional relationships, these can be with doctors, nurses and other health professionals. Also relationships with the individuals advocates or family, all with the goal of having the individuals needs met. 184.108.40.206 Explain why it is important to work in partnership with others.
Important factors such as the safeguarding of individuals, personalised care and quality treatment are checked. Essential standards expected are; Service user’s preferences are to be included within plans involving their care and be kept informed of any changes. They have the right to be consulted regarding their care, treatment or assistance and may refuse it they wish. Service users will be offered support in order to help them stay independent. Service users can expect to be accommodated within a clean and safe environment, protected from harm and treated with respect and dignity by social care workers.
Reflective practice can take place: verbally – discussing our progress and practice with managers, supervisors, tutors or colleagues in writing – such as writing an account or diary of daily activities, developments or incidents, and identifying ways in which we could use these experiences to improve. It is important to reflect upon our practice in order to continuously improve the quality of the service we provide to service users and others. This ensures that we adhere to set standards, agreed ways of working and provide quality service. This is because continuous reflective practice means that we have to address issues and new