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UNIT 9, P3: Explain how one piece of legislation, one policy and one code of practice could be applied to planning support for an individual

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P3: Explain how one piece of legislation, one policy and one code of practice could be applied to planning support for individual Intro: in this assignment there will be an explanation of how one piece legislation, one policy and one code of practice could be applied to planning support for individual using the care service. Care standard act 2000: the important of this legislation is to change the regulation system of care in England and Wales. Some of the care ranges included are care home, domiciliary care agencies as well as a private voluntary care service. This care standards act identified the national minimum care that should be provided for every individual within the care settings for example hospitals, care home. ...read more.

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Furthermore this is then applied within the planning support of individuals by multi-disciplinary team being available to those who need it. Confidentiality policy: In a health and social care setting confidentiality is very important, no worker are allowed to share service?s user personal information because it is very essential part of the provision of health and social care as it benefits the individuals and also allow the workers to be able to do their work effectively. But it is crucial to keep the service?s user personal information in a total confidentiality for numerous reasons. Furthermore in health and social organisation it is the policy that every care worker should protect their service users as a relationship between their selves and their client, and professionals should be one of trusted and loyalty. ...read more.

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General social care council codes of practice: in a health and social care setting, the organisation need to make sure that a social work code need to be implemented in the care settings. Code of practice is applied in organisation to give guidance to workers of the setting. Code of practice state what is important and expected from the workers and how to perform their duties. And also it ensures that all employees should carry themselves with positive attitudes and mind set considering that code of practice are guidelines that influence professionals decision making on daily basis. However this applied in the support plan of individual through health and social care professional behaviour for example nurses should not be judgemental toward their patients lifestyle or choices they make, regarding their religious status. ...read more.

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