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Assignment 206Understand the role of the social care worker

Task B Handout

Produce a handout to be used during a staff induction for an adult social care service of your choosing. The handout must include:

Bi An outline of what is meant by ‘agreed ways of working’.

BiiAn explanation of the importance of having full and up-to-date details of the agreed ways of working.

BiiiA description of why it is important that social care workers follow guidance about the limits of their job role.

Star Care Home - Agreed ways of working

Agreed ways of working is following policies and procedures within the care plan given with each resident and care plans within the Star Care Home. It tells you the latest regulations and rules how care workers have to treat people in a residential home. Care worker should know all about protecting the vulnerable- Code of Conduct. It is important that every care worker follow the company`s policies and procedures. Star Care Home will update it`s policies and procedures and care plans regularly as there may be changes in policies within the law. All workers will be advised of any changes. It is the legal requirement that social care workers follow guidance about the limits of their job role. It`s care worker`s duty of care to keep service users safe by following policies, procedures and working within their job role.

Assignment 206Understand the role of the social care worker

Question Booklet

Task A – Short Answer Questions

AiExplain three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship.

6 marks

I can choose who I am going to be friend with but I cant`t choose my colleagues

At work sharing informations is limited. In personal relationship I can share informations

with people I want and it`s unlimited

At work am not allowed to argue or discuss interest. In personal relationship it`s

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