Knowledge Questions for Unit Hsc 44

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LINCOLNSHIRE CARE CONSORTIUM CENTRE 770070
RECORD OF PRACTICE AND KNOWLEDGE
CANDIDATE NAME __ __________________

|HSC |DESCRIPTION OF CANDIDATE’S PRACTICE AND/OR KNOWLEDGE | | |The account should focus on the actions of the candidate; it must include dates when activity took place. If responses to questions | | |are used then indicate this and attach the questions | |PCs |KS | | | | |Write your account in here. As a candidate, make sure you describe and explain your actions. | | | | | | | |Knowledge Questions for Unit HSC 44 | | | | | | | |5 | | | |Who draws up the Code of Practice for Social Care? | | | |The General Social Care Council. | | | | | | | |6e | | | |Outline features of systems used in Lincolnshire in respect of confidential reporting of issues of concern. | | | |The council has its own policy which helps to inform on bad practice, difficulties between staff members and complaints ect. This is| | | |the ‘whistle blowing’ policy and it was designed in order to protect those wishing to make a complaint and to avoid such things as | | | |victimization. Although anonymous, complaints are still dealt with the same seriousness as named complaints although it is preferred| | | |that applicants with complaints should not be anonymous. | | | | | | | | | | | |7 | | | |When the Children’s act 2004 was published it contained some major changes for the way in which services were to be delivered. Take | | | |one and explain in your own words the advantages this brings for the wellbeing of children and their families. | | | |The Childrens Act 2004 brought about many changes and most significant was the Every Child Matters campaign that runs along side the| | | |2004 act. For the Act itself the main change that helps in the work that I do is the implementation of the CAF. This works in line | |...
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