ASSESSMENT 1 WORKING IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE Copy Essay
ASSESSMENT 1 WORKING IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE
EXPLAINE HOW A WORKING RELATIONSHIP IS DIFFERENT FROM A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
They both apply in different sphere; the first determination refers to work related aspects e.g. professional codes of conduct, employer policies and all relevant procedures according to which ''we needs to perform our daily duties'', as the second one applies to private life.
In our 'working relationship' we are friendly to other colleagues, individual service users or employers. However, we would not share any sensitive data in relation to our work with third parties; that how we do when we met our friends and talk about non-work …show more content…
EXPLAIN WHEN AND HOW YOU CAN ACCESS SUPPORT AND ADVICE ABOUT:
We can access support and advice from following people:
-Colleagues - their experience can be invaluable in directing us to the right path in relation to performing daily routine duties;
- Supervisors and managers - they can offer professional advice and support.
When we are not sure about our or others roles, we might look at the care plan to see what has been agreed and what guidelines applied.
If the matter is really serious, we might speak with our Superiors (managers) or use the care plan with a worker from another agency.
IDENTIFY THREE STANDARDS THAT INFLUENCE THE WAY ADULT SOCIAL CARE JOB ROLES ARE CARRIED OUT
1 - Regulations and legislations, such as: Health and Social Care act (2012); Food Safety Act; Care Standards Act (2000); NHS & Community Care Act; Health and Safety Work Act (1974).
2 - Codes of Practices and standards, such as: Code of Practice issued by UKHCA; Code of Practise for Social Care Workers & Employers; Standards of conduct; Standard issued by HCPC of conduct Performance & Ethics.
3 - National Occupational Standard; Health and Social Care developed by Skills for Care and Development (SFC & D).
EXPLAIN WHY REFLECTING ON WORK ACTIVITIES IS AN IMPORTANT WAY TO DEVELOP YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Some people learn from their own mistakes, some people learn from others