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A basic standard of care was devised in the 1990s which is known as the Care Value Base (CVB). These are now commonly known as values and principles of care and they provide guidelines to which all people who work with in health associations shoul

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Assignment task 5: P6, M3 P6 and M3 A basic standard of care was devised in the 1990's which is known as the Care Value Base (CVB). These are now commonly known as values and principles of care and they provide guidelines to which all people who work with in health associations should be following. These are things such as adapting and accepting people for who they are and to show you understand their diverse lives and to try and treat people as equals. This helps to reduce the risk of abuse as everyone will try to understand the diversity of people meaning that more people will accept them and won't discriminate against them because of whom they are or where they originate from! Another guideline to follow is to respect people's rights and responsibilities because this will help people understand that everyone in this country has the same rights as everyone whether they are tall, small, disabled skinny, fat or what ever race or religion! This in turn should help reduce the risk of abuse as people think that people who have difficulties or are disabled don't have the same rights and that has been peoples answers for why they abuse people like this! ...read more.

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Neil Moonie (2005) suggested that the relationship should be different by the professionals working within framework of values and the fact that it is their job to build relationships. Another thing Moonie suggested was that there should be boundaries within the relationship as it should be strictly a professional relationship which should always involve the duty of care towards the service user! While communicating to service users where ever you may be there preferred method of communication should be used wherever and whenever possible. It may need to discuss that for some service users that they may need to have a signer or translator especially if the staffs are unable to understand them properly. This would help to reduce abuse as well as neglect as if they couldn't understand the service users properly they may not know exactly what they want which could lead to neglect in the future, within regards to abuse if staff can't understand them then they may not be able to recognise if they are getting abused or not. To ensure that you are building an effective relationship with service users you need to take into account and respect for who the service user is, their culture and their beliefs. ...read more.

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rather than having community-based care however if it is not in her best interests then this is what the anti-oppressive practice helps with! This helps to reduce neglect so that a service user is not shoved into any old care home where it could be hard for relatives and friends to visit and it may not be very good meaning that she could become neglected or she may start to feel neglected! Different services try to aim to meet the diverse requirements of service users and they should ensure that all service user receive the same services and the service they need and to ensure that service users who are in the same position don't get treated any differently. This helps to decreases abuse as all service users should have the same services offered to them because if people are treated differently because they may be diverse then this is abuse. For example a service user may go to the doctors and feels good because no matter what she is there for the doctor tries to help her no matter what is wrong or how old they may be. The humanistic approach concentrates on treating individuals with respect, dignity and as a unique person that all have diverse needs. ...read more.

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