• Hsc 31, 32, 33
    about the rights of the service user and the carer The Human Rights Act 1998 and about the right to treat the individual with dignity , respect and choices. Promoting this in my practices. Keeping everyone in the work environment safe, following guidelines in the Scottish Social Services Council...
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  • College Research Task
     This sample chapter from Heinemann's HNC Early Education and Childcare student book (ISBN - 978 0 435401 01 6) has been downloaded from www.heinemann.co.uk/childcare. are in full day care for five days a week. These children need variety and choice. Planning will support children’s...
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  • Support Individuals to Maintain Personal Hygiene
    individual people for whom you are providing care, which enabled you to advise on and promote| |leisure opportunities and activities. | |Reflective Account/professional discussion: You should describe your actions...
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  • Health
    HNC/D Health and Social Care ------------------------------------------------- UNIT DIRECTORY Unit title: COMMUNICATING IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE ORGANISATIONS Unit code: T/601/1560 Level: 4 Credit value: 15...
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  • Level3CertificateWorkbook
    the service to make choices and to challenge decisions they don’t agree with. There is a suspicion that the social care worker has also been trying to impose their own views on the individual. In the role play or written account, you must: 1. Describe a range of approaches to help individuals...
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  • Reflective
    Reflective Account 2 For my second reflective account I have chosen to reflect upon communication within the care home. The particular experience I wish to reflect on was when I was sat in the elderly mentally ill unit when I heard a resident let out a high pitched screech. The resident is Mrs. J...
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  • Benson
    Development (as it is currently referred to in the field) plays an essential role in promoting community regeneration, social inclusion, lifelong learning and active citizenship. The course will develop your potential as a competent and reflective practitioner in accordance with the standards set by the...
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  • Hnc Social Care
    HNC Social Care Booklet of Assessments This document contains all the assessment information you will need for the HNC Social Care. They are collated in chronological order with the lecturer responsible (where this is known) identified on the assessment. It is up to the learner to...
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  • Social Care Theory for Practice
    provide some examples of how I would apply this in a social care setting. I will outline the legislation, which underpins anti-discriminatory practice and how this would influence my own practice. 2 All care workers require recognising the importance of the two core values for care...
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  • Log book
    written by your line manager, another assessor, a member of the care team you work with or an individual you are caring for. • Assignment/project: You may have been on a course, for example Care Planning, Key Working, Risk Assessment or an HNC in Health and Social Care and have completed an...
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  • Reflective Account Values
    laid down ‘Core Values’ which underpin Social Care conduct. These ‘Core values’ are Dignity, Privacy, Choice, Safety, Realising Potential and Equality and Diversity. I believe that everybody has freedom of choice. We all make choices, whether it be what we wear, eat, what career path we choose to...
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  • Difficulties That May Arise When Implementing Anti-Discriminatory Practices
    JANET LAWAL P5 HOW ANTI-DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICE IS PROMOTED IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE SETTINGS ETHICAL PRINCIPLES In health and social care sector, health care professionals take into account four key ethical principles when providing service to the service users. The key ethical principles...
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  • qcf 5
    professional discussion or a reflective account. 454 N033366 – Specification – Edexcel Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (Wales and Northern Ireland) (QCF) – Issue 2 – July 2012 © Pearson Education Limited 2012 Assessment...
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  • Children
    in which you promote inclusion. Examples include promoting children’s rights, empowering and encouraging choice, promoting independence, removing any barriers to services. Suggested evidence may include: • • • diary or log entries witness testimony reflective accounts of own practice...
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  • qcf3 301
    social care worker to seek feedback on performance. b) The different ways that people may react to receiving constructive feedback. 9 c) Why it is important for a social care worker to use the feedback to improve their practice. REFLECTIVE PRACTICE-Provide the best possible service for those we...
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  • Beyond Law
    conceptual tools to ensure accountability at the social (macro) and personal (micro) levels. The next step in the reflective process involves contemplating your role as a professional communicator and how you render account for your actions to the profession itself. Here, reflective communicators...
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  • Reflective Practice
    marker, working in the fields of health and social care, and it was my first marking experience in higher education. This reflective account is based on my experience of marking six academic written papers, where students were asked to develop a critique of any topic relevant to their sphere of...
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  • An Intoduction to Working with Children - Unit 1 Assignment
    would usually be the person responsible for Safeguarding but if you suspect them then you should report your concerns directly to the social services or police. One of the boundaries of the ways Early years practitioners should behave is to always set a good example for the children in their care...
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  • Evaluating
    felt Inspired that I have gained a level of understanding that allowed me to plan and Implement an activity that I initiated from the onset of the graded unit, also on Reflection I am happy that I entered the HNC course in health care as it has Made me aware that I can achieve my goal in...
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  • Cache Level 3 Guidence
    reflective account of the role of the practitioner in promoting and Develop the information gathered for E1 and use your experiences to consider maintaining a healthy environment for children and show understanding of your practice in promoting and maintaining a healthy environment for children. Use this reflection to suggest appropriate ways you could develop your role as a practitioner when working with children....
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