Learning Objective 2( Understand the importance of the values of care and how they are applied) Flashcards Preview

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What are the 3 values of care for health and social care?

promoting equality and diversity, maintaining confidentiality, promoting individuals rights and beliefs

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How do workers carry out reflective practice?

reflect on day-to-day work, see the impact they have on people in their care

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How do workers apply confidentiality of information?

private documents and medical records are stored securely, information only shared on a need to know basis

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How do workers value diversity?

recognise diversity, respect all service users, no unfair treatment because of race, age gender, region etc.

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What are the effects if values of care are not applied?

low self-esteem, not feel protected, lack of trust, not feel safe, loss of relationships, physical effects

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What are the values of care for early years settings?

ensuring welfare of children is paramount, keeping children safe, working in partnership with parents, encouraging learning and development, valuing diversity, ensuring equality of opportunities, practising anti-discrimination, ensuring confidentiality, working with others

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How can early years workers work in partnership with parents?

speak to parents, offer advice, discuss what can be done to help the child

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How can early years workers encourage learning and development?

activities designed to suit children, progress monitored, provide stretch and challenge

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How can early years workers value diversity?

food to represent different cultures, toys that demonstrate different cultures, books showing people of different backgrounds, displays, celebrate different festivals, visits

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Why is it important to apply the values of care?

standardisation of care, improve quality of care, provide clear guidelines for care, maintain or improve quality of life

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How is standardisation of care achieved by applying the values of care?

all service users receive appropriate care, staff all working at same high standard

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How is improved quality of care achieved by applying the values of care?

patients feel safe, service users needs are met

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How are clear guidelines given by applying the values of care?

staff know how to provide effective care, staff know the legal requirements, staff know what is good practice

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How is a person's quality of life improved or maintained by applying the values of care?

people are able to reach their full potential, information is given in a way they can understand

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What would be the emotional effects if confidentiality was not maintained?

loss of trust, humiliation, stress, anger, upset, not want to use servcies

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How can early years workers ensure the welfare of the child is paramount?

child's needs come first, never humiliate the child, never abuse the child, keep children safe

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How can early years workers ensure equality of opportunity?

resources accessible to all, all needs are met, non-discriminatory language, all children treated fairly

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What are the physical effects if the values of care are not applied?

pain if medication not given, physical abuse, condition may deteriorate,

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What are the intellectual effects if the values of care are not applied?

loss of focus, loss of concentration, lack of stimulation, lack of progress

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What are the social effects if children are not given equality of opportunity?

anti-social behavior, behavior problems, isolated, lack of friends, withdrawn, poor social skills, refuse to attend nursery

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What are values of care?

guidelines or rules to ensure service users are treated fairly