Evaluate own knowledge performance and understanding against relevant standards
Outcome 5 Be able to use learning opportunities and reflective practice to contribute to personal development 1 Evaluate how learning activities have affected practice Although I had been a carer for a while, when I became a carer for residents with dementiaI was unsure of how to communicate with them.
I learnt how to communicate through not only speech, but using hand signs as well. If we allow our own values, beliefs and experiences to influence the way we work then we would not see the residents as individuals or take into account their individual needs.
Be able to Understand the application of person centred approaches in health and social care 2. Understand the functioning of the body On the other hand this gives me the opportunity to look at my own learning needs and gives me a greater understanding of how things can be made better and therefore be able to help others in an appropriate way.
Evaluate how learning activities have affected practice
In their care plan should explain how their needs should be met. Unauthorized access to systems, applications, and data can be prevented by implementing second level identity checks to gain access to sensitive systems, applications, and data. In order to do this we have to work together with the senior staff that does our supervisions and our manager who does our appraisals. To create and maintain good In our 'working Which are to help residents with daily personal care — like washing, dressing, feeding or going to the toilet. This will help me to see what I need to improve on for my personal and professional development.
Related Papers. Health and safety How will I do this? Did I give my all?
Use feedback to evaluate own performance and inform development
For this I will need to look at the code of practice and the national minimum standards, which are regulated by the CQC and the care standards act Encourage service users to be as independent as possible. For example you should show an interest in the child, young person, and adult. As a professional, it is my duty to provide the same quality of care and support for all, regardless of their values, beliefs and what they consider to be important. This has resulted in giving me the opportunity to explore and deal with any negative outcomes which may arise and be able to cope with most situations. You will look at examples of these standards and how they affect the role of social care workers. Be able to work in a person-centred way 3. As well as great food that is very different. Did I do my very best? How did the way I work affect my colleagues?
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