Outcome 1 understand person centred approaches in adult social care
1.1 Describe person centred approaches.
Person- centred approaches are an essential part involving good working practice when working with clients/ service users. Ensuring that everything to do with individual care is built around them. Also allowing them to be independent as possible and makings their own decision on how they would like to be supported.
1.2 Explain why person-centred values must influence all aspect of social care work.
Person-centred values must influence all aspect of social care work because the law requires us to do so. The Human Right Act 1998, Health and Social care Act 2012 and Codes of practice for social care workers etc. By following …show more content…
Risk assessment relates to rights and responsibilities in the following ways:
It is legally required by law that we as carers acknowledges any possibly risk associated with the individual being care for and that the risks are assessed and to precautions are taken. Risk assessments are done to assess the number of risks related to things such as individual’s, hobbies/interests, personal hygiene, mobility, behaviour. This minimise the individual chances of harm or injuries. The risk assessments underline the risks and give the solutions as to how to handle and prevent the risks from occurring.
7.3 Explain how risk taking relates to rights and responsibilities.
Risk taking relates to rights and responsibilities are that individuals have the right to take risk, just as we take risks every day. For example going on a plane knowing there is a possibility could crash. So if an individual wants to go out into the communities alone even though we might not think cable, they have rights to do so. This is where a risk assessment can make something that might have seem unlikely become possible. Which would result in an individual having a sense of control in their