Why Is Confidentiality Wrong

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Person centred care - this is when a care worker delivers health and social care to a service user and increases their decision making as well as personal development, this is to also make sure that the service user 's needs and wants are met to keep them satisfied with the setting, this could also mean personal matters and beliefs are taken in consideration as a christian individual may need to attend church on sundays, it can also be as simple as letting an individual do an activity by themselves such as eating or playing games such as chess. Safeguarding is an action an individual takes that promotes safe and protects those in danger, this could mean a risk assessment as hazards will need to be reported to prevent it from happening again.…show more content…
When confidentiality goes wrong at a care home, it can lose trust between a care worker and a service user i.e if a service user were to notify the care worker that they wanted their door closed at night and the care worker were to proceed and tell someone else without consent, even if messages are passed on accidentally this doesn 't change anything as you still broke confidentiality making it an intolerable practice in health and social care…show more content…
However, the care worker may abuse this power and if a service user had unacceptable behaviour they may be punished rather than being told what their doing wrong, because most care workers complain about their salary, they choose not to do specific things as they complain about “not being paid enough for this” this can lead duty of care being appaling as they may leave individuals who may need support in changing leave them be in an uncomfortable situation for a long duration of time. Respect and Dignity can also be harshly discriminated as care homes may serve bacon to service users who are muslim which is forbidden,this can happen with individuals who have dementia as they may not remember their beliefs. In an old care home, most individuals are capable of doing activities individually, however if they are always helped , they can feel less in control and lack in free choice. When safeguarding is not properly practised people will feel unprotected making them lack sleep as they become frightened at night. When service users are not being treated properly they can become unhappy with the setting and eventually depressed lacking in self image and self
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