Care with values
P1-Describe how care values of services, using relevant examples.
The five care values are: respect, dignity, safeguarding, confidentiality and personal centred approach.
Respect is because a set attitudes and behaviours displayed towards an individual or group which demonstrate politeness and consideration. The first example is when Mariyam opens the door for Mrs Smith and helps her in her wheelchair. The second example is when Mariyam apologise to Mrs Smith for what Marieh had done. Respect support an individual by knowing what respect is and know how you respect other people. In the future it will help you are talking in the future to an adult.
Dignity means the state or quality of being worthy of honour and respect. The first example is when Mariyam shows dignity when preparing for another tea for Mrs Smith. The second example is when Mariyam tells Mrs Smith that ‘I’d like you to feel free and tell me anything you like or dislike or if you have any concerns you’re more than, welcome to speak to me’. Dignity supports an individual by knowing what dignity is and know how to use dignity in the future.
Safeguarding means that everybody is responsible for protecting children/ young people and adults against anything, which is deemed to be undesirable. The first example is when Mariyam is showing safeguarding by making Mrs Smith comfortable. The second example is when Mariyam shows safeguarding by cleaning the tea. The third example is when Marieh shows safeguarding by asking her if she needs help cutting. Safeguarding supports an individual by knowing what safeguarding is and know how to use safeguarding in the future.
Confidentiality is keeps something private and not telling others. The example is when Mrs Smith tells the Nurse how she is feeling. Mrs Smith says ‘ever since I’ve entered I feel that the other nurse is giving me a bad attitude which makes me feel very unwanted at this palace’. Confidentiality supports