Task A Letter
Write a letter to a friend who is thinking of working in the care profession. In the letter, you must describe: Ai Aii what is meant by the term “duty of care”; how the duty of care affects the work that you do as a socialcareworker.
Assignment 204 Introduction to duty of care in...
Creche Worker - Job Description
jobs.derbyshire.gov.uk/Survey.asp?survey=1&job...aset...1...22 May 2008 – Duties and Responsibilities - Specific. The Crèche Worker will be required to be responsible for:- a) The care and well being of pre-school ...
What are the main duties of a nursery assistant...
Describe three factors to consider when promoting effective communication.
Describe three verbal and three non verbal communication methods and styles that a socialcareworker may use in an adult care setting.
be a risk to their health and safety. As a socialcareworker we have the duty of care to that person and we ensure to do all that we can to keep them safe. The conflict arises when we uplift the idea to respect the individuals rights and choices and promoting independence. In this scenario, we...
understand their role and responsibilities
Have written policies and procedures in place, to enable careworkers to meet the, General SocialCare Council (GSCC) Code of Practice for employees.
Provide training and development opportunities to enable careworkers to strengthen and develop their...
Unit 2: Introduction Personal Development in Health and SocialCare Settings
1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of your own role
In Health and SocialCare settings the duties and responsibilities tend to vary depending on your job role and the employer you work for. I work for Silk...
PRINCIPLES FOR IMPLEMENTING DUTY OF CARE IN HEALTH, SOCIALCARE OR CHILDREN`S AND YOUNG PEOPLE`S SETTINGS
EXPLAIN WHAT IT MEANS TO HAVE A DUTY OF CARE IN YOUR OWN WORK ROLE
I and my employers have a “Duty of Care” when delivering services to the individuals in our care. We must...
I work in a care home as a care assistant. My responsibilities includes: assist the residents with personal care, dressing and feeding, helping them to move around, incontinence care, generally assisting with overall comfort, monitoring conditions.
3.3 Describe how own role...
and take responsibility for maintaining and improving their knowledge and skills.
b. By following your ‘duty of care’, you are working to the standards set out for socialcareworkers. By working to the standards, you are performing your role whilst: respecting, protecting, and safeguarding the...
Unit 4222-302 Engage in personal development in health, socialcare or children's and young people's settings (SHC 32)
Understand what is required for competence in own work role
1) Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role
support person’s family person’s friends colleagues manager advocates Other care professionals.
2. Be able to work in ways
!"# Describe why it is important to adhere to the
The role of the health and socialcareworker
that are agreed with the employer agreed scope of the job role
describing the standards of conduct and practice within which they should work. The Code of Practice for SocialCareWorkers is a|
|list of statements that describe the standards of professional conduct and practice required of socialcareworkers as they go about their |
2. Be able to work in ways
person in need of support
Other care professionals.
2.1 Describe why it is important to adhere to the
The role of the health and socialcareworker...
Extreme duty of care
Bii Choose one of the situations and describe how best to manage the risks involved, explaining the reasons why this would be the best practice.
Biii Explain where a socialcareworker can find advice, support and information relating to conflicts...
potential outcomes for all concerned by providing underpinning knowledge on a wide range of aspects of managing socialcare. Managing risk “Risk is no longer an excuse to limit people’s freedom.” (DH 2010) Managers should fulfil their responsibility of ‘duty of care’. However, the right to selfdetermination...
plan for the safest way for them to do this.
Responsibilities lay with the service provider, the worker and the individual. The service provider has a duty of care to ensure the safety of the individual and employees, the worker has the duty to follow policies, procedures and care plans and not...
by the employer for the socialcareworker to conduct and inform service users and the public about the standards of conduct they can expect and includes legislation, practice standards and employers’ policies and procedures that should be met. It is the responsibility of socialcareworkers to work...
influence job role
The Code of Practice (GSCC) for SocialCareWorkers is a list of statements that describe professional conduct and practice required of careworkers, one of which is to be accountable for the quality of work and take responsibility to maintain and improve knowledge and skills...
of individuals • A handout that explains the link between identity, self image and self esteem • A guide for socialcareworkers which: a) describes ways they can ensure the environment promotes well being; b) explains why it is important to support individuals in a way that promotes their identity...