Explain three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship.
-A working relationship is a relationship where the person spends time with a co-worker or client at work but has little to no contact with them out of working hours. Whereas in a personal relationship; personal life, extra curricular activities and social life are all involved.
-Work relationships don’t usually involve arguing, discussing interests and personal life problems between co-workers. Whereas they a big part to personal relationships.
-Sharing information with colleagues, clients and other professionals is limited whereas sharing in a personal relationship is unlimited.
Give two exampled of different working relationships in an adult social care setting.
The relationship between the social care worker and service user is a type of working relationship in the adult care setting. The social care worker must have a working relationship with service users.
The relationship between the social care worker and line manager is another example of a working relationship. This relationship must stay professional within the adult care setting.
Explain why it is important that social care workers work in partnership with individuals using the service and their family.
It is important that social care workers work together with service users and their families as both have a common goal to protect the service users. It is important that all parties work together to support the best interest of the service user.
Identify three ways of working that can help improve partnership working.
• It is important to work with other as we have a common goal to protect from harm. To ensure we are all involved in decision making to contribute to the growth and development of the whole team. • Using your skills to the best of our ability, train new staff, attend training, you know your own role and