UNIT 2 PRINCIPLES OF DIGNITY IN ADULT HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE PRACTICE BY MARIE BROWN 1.1 EXPLAIN THE PRINCIPLES OF DIGNITY IN ADULT HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE Dignity must be at the centre of everything we do if we are to achieve high quality person centred care and support, dignity focuses on the value of every person as an individual it means respecting others views, choices and decisions, not making assumptions about how people want to be treated and working with care and compassion. The principles focus on the key values,attitudes,skills and knowledge required to provide the best care possible, the principles give the workforce and those employ and train them clear guidance and practical tools to understanding how to place dignity at the very centre of quality care and support services.
1.2 EXPLAIN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIGNITY,SELF WORTH AND WELL BEING Dignity to treat someone with dignity is to treat as being of worth, how people feel, think and behave in relation to the worth or value of themselves and others, respect privacy and promote a person’s sense of self, wellbeing treated as an individual, choices, respect and dignity, good communication, physical, social, psychological, economic,environment,self-worth is positive self-esteem, to believe that we are capable of doing our best with our talents, learn to listen and rely upon feelings.
2.1 DESCRIBE THE POTENTIAL IMPACT FOR INDIVIDUALS WHEN BEING SUPPORTED WITH DAILY LIVING Activities exclude bathing,dressing,eating,toileting,moving about indoors and getting in and out of bed, elderly people are more likely to be at least partially dependent upon others for assistance with these activities, there personal beliefs and attitudes, physical illness and wellbeing
2.2 EXPLAIN THE POTENTIAL CONFLICTS THAT MAY ARISE WHEN CARE IS DELIVERED IN AN INDIVIDUALS OWN HOME Conflicts can be defined as when behaviour is intended to obstruct the change provokes a range of emotions in people conflicting evidence...
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