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D2: Explain how the principles of the care value base and care workers responsibilities can be applied to promoting patients/ service users rights

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D2: Explain how the principles of the care value base and care workers responsibilities can be applied to promoting patients/ service user's rights It is very important for a care worker when communicating to a service user to make sure that they use their knowledge to the service users and enable them to make their own decision and choices about the care plan and medical treatment. If you work in a care home the staff should always make sure that they empowering the service user to be more independent by encouraging them to do certain job for themselves. ...read more.

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The staff should always enable the service user to make tea for themselves and also after drinking their tea or coffee to wash their cop. The staff should always make sure that they motivate the service user to choose their food menu of the whole week. This will allow them to be more independent without depending on the staff to choose their meal. In a care home the service user normally have a meeting at the end of every month, during the meeting the service user can then be able to talk about the care service they are receiving from the staff and also what changes they would like to make. ...read more.

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Also respect their point of views as you should not push them to accept your opinions. People have different needs so you need to meet them in different ways, for example, if a person is deaf you will not expect him/her to respond when you talk to him/her. That normally happens if before the deaf person you were working with a person who is in a wheelchair but can talk and hear. You need to provide support to them so they can feel well treated and welcome, meet each and every patient needs. Never discriminate them either religiously, racially or the background they came from ?? ?? ?? ?? Vania Cardoso Unit 1 Rachel O`neill ...read more.

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