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Topics: Training, Thought, Maslow's hierarchy of needs Pages: 3 (1236 words) Published: April 21, 2015
Unit 4222- 302
Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s setting (SHC 32) (Also to include Task B of ERR)

Outcome 1 Understand what is required for a competence in own work role The learner can:
1. Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role My work role within Penwith Care is a care worker in the community to provide an excellent service to the service users. I have many duties and responsibilities to adhere by to ensure our service users to ensure that we are responding to the individual needs whilst promoting their independence and quality of life with a caring and empathic approach. My duties & responsibilities are: Personal care – cleaning, washing routines day and night, changing and checking toiletry needs Preparing meals & drinks

Light domestic duties – washing & drying up, tidying, hoovering, washing clothes etc Supporting social needs – taking shopping, appointments, outing Following the care plan to ensure all needs is met & follows any risk assessments associated with it Provide a person centred approach

Liaising with office, family, doctors or district nurses
Support through using the right equipment
Recording visits and noting everything done
Reporting any concerns to the office / senior carers
Following works policy and procedures

My responsibilities are to ensure my training is up to date and that I work & understand the how the company works, I know work policy and procedures set out, who my supervisors and mangers are (this was all learnt on an induction training when first started) also to know the code of practice through CQC and standards I have to adhere to .The purpose of this role is to deliver an excellent service that responds to the individuals needs of our service users, promoting independence and enhancing the quality of lives. You will need to be able to demonstrate a caring and empathetic approach towards vulnerable adult groups, have excellent...
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