Respecting and maintaining the dignity and privacy of service users •
Promoting equal opportunities for service users and carers
Example: If encounter a disabled patient that needs to take a bed bath you and he/she cannot manage to give bath to his/herself, first of all you need introduce yourself to them, and explain why you are going to give them a bath and make sure to close the door/curtain for their privacy and always put a cover them if you are going to give them a bed bath.
Example: in some schools there are disabled people who are willingly to learn and achieve new goals. And in some cases there are no ramps for the disabled student in school. The college must have ramps and lifts for the disabled student because some of them are in wheel chairs and they can’t manage to climb up in the stairs
Give 2 examples of how you would strive to establish and maintain the trust and confidence of disabled people: •
Being honest and trustworthy
Respecting confidential information and clearly explaining agency policies about confidentiality to service users and carers
Example: A patient tells you about something that happened to her a long time ago and asks that you never repeat it. Being trustworthy, you never repeat or tell anyone about the secrets of others. Example: The doctor is asking her nurse if how is the treatment of their patient in the public area then the nurse remind the doctor that they are in public area then the nurse need to move place where no one can hear what will the nurse is going to say.
Give 2 examples of how you would promote the independence of disabled people while protecting them as far as possible from danger or harm: •
Following practice and procedures designed to keep you and other people safe from violent and abusive behaviour at work •
Promoting the independence of service users and assisting them to understand and exercise their rights
Example: The patient asked the nurse if she can change the bedding because...
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