unit leaders and center manager’s office.
Area Of Knowledge 3: Relationships With Carers, Parents And Others.
A. Understand the valuable role families and carers play in supporting their children so they can achieve positive outcomes.
Families and carers play a valuable role in supporting...
are met describe ways of helping an individual’s carers or others understand the principles of person-centred care identify practical ways of helping the individual with dementia maintain their identity explainhow current legislation and Government policy supports person-centred working...
supportive family. Also a child who has suffered neglect may not be able to empathise with others and therefore show enough interest in others well-being to facilitate a mutually beneficial relationship.
Equally a child who has been repeatedly let down by the significant adults in his/her life...
P6- Description of Key Legislation, Policy and Codes of Practice that ibfluence influence Social Care Practice
23- Code of conduct
24 - 27 M1-Explain the Roles of Individuals and Organisations In Relation to
Values and ethics...
psychological damage caused by applying pressure between adults who are or have been in a relationship together or family members regardless or gender and sexuality.
Domestic violence is an aggressive behavior that a carer may show towards an elderly person.
Emotional abuse takes...
. This recognises that carers should be able to take up opportunities that those without caring responsibilities take for granted.
(2.2) Explainhow local policies and procedures can be developed in accordance with national and policies requirements
While UK legislation guides health and social care...
independent and to make choices.
Working with their families
- Parents must be acknowledged as their children’s main carers and first educators
- It is important to consider parent’s wishes and to offer them high standards for their children/child
- Remember that, parents have a right to their own...
well-being and protection of
• promoting secure and permanent relationships
• parental rights and responsibilities
• working with newly born babies
• working with parents, families and carers to
promote the well-being and life chances of
how to access records...
, wandering or aggression. The victim demands or needs a level of care beyond the capacity of the carer.
Abusive employers and abusive setting
Abusive behaviours and abusive role models may have become surrounded in the way family members treat each other. The person responsible for the abuse may have...
Standard 1: understanding the principles and values essential for working with children and young people.
1. Principles and values
a. Show how you promote the principles and values essential for working with children; young people their families and their carers.
Rights of the Child 1989
-Reporting of Injury, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 (RIDDOR)
-Children Act 1989
-Data Protection Act 1998
E2 Describe how each piece of legislation will influenceworking practices in the setting.
Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001...
: health or care professionals, those working in health or care environments; other people using services, partners, carers, relatives, friends, strangers, volunteers
3 Know legislation and regulations which govern the safeguarding of adults
Relevant legislation and regulations: Safeguarding...
report will then be written which will be made public so that recommendations are known when undertaking a serious case review. The process to follow is in the DCSF publication working together to safeguard children 2010.
1.5 Explainhow the processes used by own work setting or service comply with...
1. How does communication affect relationships with colleagues and carers? For this consider the affect of good communication, bad communication and being unable to communicate.
Communication affects relationships with colleagues and carers in many ways. When we...
Define the term ‘personalisation’ as it applies in
Explainhow personalisation can benefit individuals
Explain the relationship between rights, choice and
Identify legislation and other national policy
documents that promote...
representative bodies that influence the wider sector.
In reflection of how all early years providers/practitioners promote their duty of care, children's rights, safeguard and protect their children, staff, colleagues, parents, carers, community partners, other professionals and work in partnerships...
and responsibilities with regard to the confidentiality of information relating to abuse and neglect.
1.5 Explainhow the processes used by own work setting or service comply with legislation that covers data protection, information handling and sharing.
Sharing information is the solution to...
relationships and having children grow up with others of the same race and cultural background is an important area that should always be identified. Professionals must strive not to let their personal values influence the way in which they judge families, but be able to balance what is acceptable and...
importance and relevance of values to social care by explaining how social care values and principles influence practice.
I will then explain what relationship my value base has with social care values.
I will offer and explanation of my understanding of the term anti-discriminatory practice and...