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Transfer-Encoding: chunked ´╗┐Care Values The care value base is a way of determining the care is given to patients. Nursery nurses care is governed by this set ethical standard. In further detail care value base is a moral code for health and social care workers. It has a set of guidelines and rules which are destined to ensure that caregivers treat patients the right way and also improve their lives. It is based on seven guiding principles. The care value base is a set of rules and guidelines that every care specialist has to follow in order to provide services to their clients. The seven principles are; promoting anti-discriminatory practice, maintaining confidentiality of information, promoting and supporting individuals right to dignity, independence and safety, acknowledging people's personal beliefs and identities, protecting individuals from abuse, providing effective communication and relationships, and lastly providing individualised care. Overall, the major importance of the care value base for care givers is that it governs their practice so that they provide health care professionally, ethically, and without discrimination. ...read more.


Nursery staff can follow this care value by providing for children?s PIES needs, for example they would have parents volunteering in trips if there is not enough nursery nurses. The reflective practitioner- this means that Alperton Nursery nurse are observed by colleagues and their mentor so in order that the nursery nurse would look back at what he/she has completed and reflect on it. This would benefit the nursery nurse to become capable, more experienced and it will make their job at ease. By being observed by someone else would also benefit the children as they?ll be kept safe and be more enhanced. Working with other professionals- this care value, will enable Alperton?s nursery nurse to have shared information with other professionals. This will help a nursery nurse provide for each child?s specific needs for example, if a child has therapeutic issues the nursery nurse will need to talk to health experts such as doctors. A nursery nurse might need to exchange information to a social worker if a child has home life issues. ...read more.


A nursery nurse at Alperton can follow this care value by letting the parents know if their child is getting terrorised. If a parent knows this, they can maintenance their child and support them enough that they are able to get through it. Keeping Children Safe and Maintaining a Safe Environment- this means that nurseries have put guidelines and events in place to make sure that the nursery is a safe environment for everyone. They have been put in place to guard children and to make sure that all the staff members are qualified to look after the children. For example nursery nurse at Alperton have to go through CBR checks in order to ensure parents that their children are safe in the nursery. Children?s Learning and Development- This means making sure that the nursery staff are responsive of each child?s PIES needs and that they offer for them too. All activities should support children to learn new skills and mature their understanding. Nursery staff should also offer for any specific needs that a child may have. A nursery nurse at Alperton can follow this care value by taking time out to support a child if they are struggling with anything. ...read more.

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