P6 Explain the role of supportive relationships in reducing the risk of abuse and neglect.
M2 Discuss the role of supportive relationships in reducing the risk of abuse and neglect. Using examples.
D2 Evaluate the role of multi-agency working to reduce the risk of abuse of adults, with reference to legal frameworks, regulations, working strategies and procedures.
In this assignment I will be explaining how, the residential care home, of which I carried out my first placement; promotes independence and reduces the risk of abuse and neglect. I will do this by explaining and discussing: approaches, strategies, principles and will then evaluate the role of multi-agency working in reducing the risk of abuse.
Although the residential care homes occupants, are all unable to fully look after themselves, primarily due to age and related health problems. Each service user had a different set of needs that needed to be met, to provide adequate care and in order to reduce the risk of neglect or abuse. When taking into account a service user’s needs and independence, confidentiality, rights and overall care. The main requirements; employees, organisations and other care providers involved in the care of the residents of the care home are: To improve the service user’s way of life, provide choice; inform the service user and family of their treatment, recovery, and care plan and to protect. This is also known as the core principles of care/ care value base. The principles and value that will follow, are the set standards expected to be followed by the care assistants and nurses. And for the service users of the home to receive.
The principles the care home follows are; To support and encourage equality, diversity and to maintain confidentiality of the service users information and that the employees and employer deliver; respect, dignity, fairness, privacy and equality. The overall aim of the principles