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Unit 11 P6 Safeguarding Adults and Promoting Independence

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´╗┐Jessica Bascombe 20174011 Group D Unit 11: Safeguarding Adults and Promoting Independence P6: Principles and Values: Which was originally known as the care value base these are a basic set of standards expected for those who receive health and social care the principles are: - To foster equality and diversity of people - To foster people?s rights and responsibilities - To maintain confidentiality of information Care workers must meet the minimum of these standards such as: - Fairness - Privacy - Dignity - Respect - Equality Build Effective Relationships: To ensure that all professional relationships that are effective and maintained the service user must be kept in the centre of the day-to-day planning. ...read more.


Service users may want to go to their place of worship or practice their religion or in the setting. So practitioners would have to provide rooms in which they can do this such as prayer rooms or chapels also ammodating for their dietary needs such as no pork or fish without scales. Keith exemplifies the passion that is needed for an outstanding car home manager he inspires commitment and person centred care reflected by the positive experience of residents and their families Effective Working Practices: Service providers need to assess the needs of adults this can be done by using the care planning cycle which is assessment analysis and judgment, plan, implement and evaluate is an ongoing plan assessing an individual?s needs effective communication between adults and practitioners to practitioner and practitioner to external professional should be paramount. ...read more.


Amanda Pettitt and Team Active Assistance Amanda team work with client group with very complex needs they have embedded an approach to dignity that touches the whole organization from leadership to training and practice. Support Practice: Promoting independence in vulnerable adults is a paramount win in planning and supporting service user. Service providers should use their knowledge, experience and skills to empower, encourage and promote the rights of individuals adults should be given choices and options about how they are or would like to be cared for this would promote their independence. The ancillary worker award Elzbieta Stach Barchester: A Breath of fresh air committed to ensuring residents in a home from home environment that allows them choice and freedom a truly worthy winner. ...read more.

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Much of this work looking at lifespan development is satisfactory. As the unit information for this work is not available, I will make general comments as to how to the work could be improved. Firstly, some of the sentences are very long. Keep them shorter and use commas more so that the ideas are more clearly expressed. Proof-read carefully to eliminate the grammatical errors present. The writer?s subject knowledge of the care values appears sound, however the work re anti-discriminatory practice is not quite clearly expressed: the writer seems to suggest the staff?s opinions and personal dislikes SHOULD be brought into the workplace.

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