Effective communication includes listening skills followed by an organized and logical approach. Clarity and conciseness should be used to give and receive good feedback. Good communication makes patients feel valued. One of the most important things is to give the patient enough time to express themselves. Effective communication will help with patient care and give a sense of good understanding of what to expect in their care.
(2011) stated that relationship-based practice is important because it encourages a practitioner to act in the service user’s best interests by “holistically understanding the service user’s response to a certain situation.” This includes understanding their cultural backgrounds, needs and values so that their response is supported and understood. Wilson et al. (2011) suggests that relationship-based practice is important in a social work setting as it understands that human behaviour and the professional relationship is an essential component on any professional intervention. The relationship based practise emphases the importance of the ‘use of self’ in interventions as it contributes to a professional’s experiences (Ruch, et al., 2010). This is supported by the professional capabilities framework (PCF) domain one (Professionalism) as it states the importance of making skilled use of self as part of interventions that aim to help clients and being able to maintain awareness of own professional limitations and knowledge
As its evident that person centeredness is valued by the person, encouraging it in practise is important. The aim of the framework of McCormack’s model of person centred care is to raise awareness of the importance of respect for the individual. It does this well by empowering healthcare workers to recognise key components in their practise. It has also been used as a systematic framework to initiate significance from practise- derived data that can advise the expansion of person centred practise. McCormack’s model can be used as a tool to aid practitioners to recognise obstacles that can demote the developments of person centred care in their
P4 - Factors that affect selection, planning and implementation of Creative and Therapeutic Activities. Setting: The setting or surrounding environment is essential to selecting, planning and implementing a suitable activity according to the needs of the service user. Selecting an activity requires you to acknowledge the setting it will take place in, therefore the Setting affect the deliverance of the activity. The setting will also affect the planning of the activity by considering the possibilities and risks, in order to structure out a satisfactory plan to carry out the activity advisable to the service user or group. After planning the activity chosen, the setting is what sets the scene and image of the deliverance of the activity to fit the atmosphere of the Care home.
c) Respect the client/practitioner relationship, the confidentiality of the client endeavouring to foster and maintain trust at all times. d) Be sensitive to client in regard to modesty and special needs e.g. language difficulties, disability or if they wish a companion to be present. e) Respect the views and
Findings from assessments should always serve as a basis for decisions for actions or non-actions towards the program. This may cause program maintenance, improvement, alteration, or termination – either of this should ultimately render some positive benefits such as improve social conditions. (Rossi et al.,
Interestingly, essential is matching terms with the client, and becoming self-aware, realizing any possible bias. If realizing that there might be any case that may be other than a productive therapeutic relationship, going to a supervisor or referring the case to someone with more experience with the client’s worldview is ethically essential. Moreover, further educating myself about diversity, oppressed, vulnerable, and underserved populations (Cormier et al., 2012, p. 3) will positively impact my counseling relationships. Therefore, making it easier to be congruent and build rapport with the client in a therapeutic alliance. How will you
The importance of informed consent is seen as it provides the general goals of counseling, the responsalbities of the counselor towards the client. In addition, consent provides the client with limitations and exceptions to confidentiality,
Enthusiasm is enjoying what you.re doing and having the soul to do it. Between these two cornerstones lie the foundational blocks of friendship, loyalty, and cooperation. Friendship is devotion, respect and doing things for one another. Producing one.s individual best in a group effort is a powerful force that Wooden refers to as loyalty. Cooperation involves idea sharing, listening, and it seeks to find the best path to success for the group.