A personal relationship is
* One where your personal life, extracurricular activities and social life are involved. * Spending time with a person who is part of my life.
* There is an element of choice in a personal relationship. You usually cannot choose who you work with. A working relationship is different, you have
* Professional codes of conduct
* Employer policies and procedures.
* A different approach you would be friendly but you would not share information about your personal life as you would with your friends * You have little or no contact outside of work. It's strictly professional.
1.2 - Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings?
There are many different working relationships in my work environment. * Management and staff - Comply with policies and procedures or agreed ways of working * Support worker & resident -Maintain a professional duty of care * Support worker & colleagues - Cooperate with colleagues and treat them with respect * Working relationships with outside agencies (Doctors, Dentists etc.) -Be professional, Keep clear records to enable on-going medical support * Multi-disciplinary teams - Keep up to date on a regular basis. * Parent, Relatives - Be professional at all times, they are not friends.
2.1 - Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role?
* So that I work within the boundary of my job role
* That I am not doing things that I am not qualified to do
If I didn’t adhere to the agreed scope of my job role
* Accidents could happen
* Individuals may not be supported appropriately and wouldn’t get a high level of care * Information may not be passed on
* Confidential information may be passed on
2.2 Access full and up to date details of agreed...