Introduction to personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings.
1 Understand what is required for competence in own work role.
1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of own role.
My duties are varied and include many things. I help with personal care where needed and ensure that their personal grooming is kept on top of e.g hair cuts, chiropody etc. I help them with household tasks such as cleaning, washing and cooking. I am also required to take them out on social occasions with friends and family. When needed I may act as someone they can talk to and then in turn offer advice if I can. I am also responsible for their safety and well being and I am required to report anything I see hear or I am told that I may not agree with. My job includes promoting independence in the clients and getting them to work and think for themselves. I am not there to tell them what they can and cannot do. My job role is an expansive and never ending list of which I have covered some of the main aspects above.
1.2 Identify standards that influence the way the role is carried out.
The main standard we have to abide by is the carers code of conduct. This piece of information gives us the exact ways in which to behave and not to behave around clients and their families. It gives us strict guidelines on what is and is not acceptable by the CQC and the disabilities act. Other standards are those written by HFT that ensure the above acts are understood and therefore as easy to follow as possible.
1.3 Describe ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work.
All members of staff have to complete HFT induction upon starting there jobs. This includes looking at in depth the standards required by all in the code of conduct and the disabilities act. There is ongoing training and advice for all members of staff from various sources. The interviewing process is quite strict and...
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