Understand the Role of the Social Care Worker

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| |Sandra King | |Learner Name | | |Workplace address |Alexandra Grange Care Home, Oaklands Drive, Wokingham, RG41 2RU, Berkshire | | |NTQUK L3 | |Qualification title and level | | |Unit name and number |Technical certificate unit worksheet | | |Unit 6 – Understand the role of the social care worker |

|Q no: |Answer | |1. |A working relationship is different from a personal relationship due to the fact that in a personal relationship you can be more | | |relaxed and speak or act without thought sometimes this stems from the level of intimacy that people can show, wheras, in a working | | |relationship limits are set in conversations and interactions (codes of conduct) because you are there for a specific objective and | | |purpose. | | | | |2. | Different working relationships in social care settings are: | | | | | |*Working with colleagues you establish an effective use of communication and skills to recognise and value the work undertaken by | | |yourself and others in supporting the interests of the individual. | | | | | |*Family realtionships are with parents, siblings, extended family, | | |and children. Depending on the family history this could be a close or distant relationship. | | | | | |*Friendships can be for years, long term or for a shorter period but can still be intense. Most people have only a few close friends | | |and a wider circle of friends who are not as close who may not share intimate details of their life. Close friends will usually offer | | |support and comfort and the sharing of ideals. | | |...
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