Confidentiality: is a key care value which protects the privacy of the informations of a service user , when dealing with records and other information concerning individuals who use service. Confidentiality is a protection to personal information of a service user that helps respect the privacy of the service user by not sharing the information with others to build up a trust between the client and the care worker.Dilemma;there are times when it is not easy to decide whether or not disclose information you have to given in confidence.The only time confidentiality may be broken is when: -If they intend to harm others,If someone has said they are going to harm themselves or the action harms the,If they plan or have being involved in a criminal offence.
Rothman (2013) states that this model “care is envisioned as a sincere concern for the well-being of another: a concern which then creates a context for action on the part of the person who cares toward to person who is the object of care” (p.22). This theory can be applied to this case study because Dot cared about the well-being of Harry and did not like the way that he was being treated by his mother. Her approach to documenting the encounter was inappropriate, but she wanted Harry to be in an environment where he did not have to experience his mother degrading him in such a way. Due to Harry’s behavioral problems and his living conditions Dot was focused on the environment that he was living in which in turn may have contributed to his behavioral problems along with his living conditions that he was experiencing. Because Dot cared about Harry’s well-being she let her values and opinions get involved which led to her speaking negatively about Harry’s mother.
4.1: Outline the features of good practice in caring for older people, including specific techniques or adaptations relating to their age. For Michael the first key step is to seek his consent on the decision about moving to a home care facility because at the moment he is competent to make a rational decision. Good practice should ensure that the person is competent to take the decision. He should act voluntarily: Michael needs to voluntarily agree to move a home care without being forced or pressured. He should be provided with sufficient information to help him make that decision: Michael should be given sufficient reasons why it is unsafe and risky to live alone given his condition as he falls often meaning his physical health is deteriorating and given that he lives alone with no close friends and family to check on him, it poses a huge risk both to his health and life.
Stating that knowing the possible repercussions of opening the window is sufficient enough in making the individual responsible for the people seed, and so, giving the people seed the right to your home. In other words, opening the window was consent enough to giving the people seed that right. I don’t believe this to be sufficient in undermining the argument. The case of Bill and Ted does well in distinguishing two terms of consent and concludes that an individual must tacitly agree to the consequences in order to have consent for the action. The most relatable case in disagreeing with any objection to the second premise is the hunter case.
Individualism changes the way people define their ties to community and to other people outside relationships with family and friends. Individualism can be seen as positive when it is associated with freedom from social constraints and from oppressive conditions. It can be seen as negative when it is seen as leading to separation from others and to an absence of obligations. In the modern world, individualism is seen as part of society helping people to become free from the constraining traditional society. Alexis de Tocqueville believes individualism is where the individual is in a position to develop and nurture intimate affective bonds with loved ones.
1a: Residential Care and Institutional Care may seem similar because they both provide services for the sick and needy, but they differ in other significant aspects. Residential Care offers personalized service, lodging, meals and assistance with daily living activities to groups of persons who are in need. It can be deemed a home away from home, where the adults who reside there, if some of them are well enough; they can also be visiting residents and are able to participate in everyday activities, whilst they can make choices for themselves. Therefore, a residential care home is a place where persons would have chosen to be because of the liberality and accessibility of the facility. 1b: Institutional Care replicates Residential care,
While this famous tale can have several different interpretations, such as “do not let your curiosity get the better of you,” I feel like it also shows how a wife should be; stay in the house, and be good to the man of the house and bow to his will. Just like
Mill points out exceptions to his principle and outlines children, mentally handicapped people and individuals whose decisions are compromised by ignorance, deception, duress who require paternalism and need protection from elders. For everyone else, Mill believes that they should be able to live their lives according to their wishes as long as they do not bring harm to others. Mill passionately defends the idea of individual freedom and believes that a person should be able to make his own mistakes and learn from them rather than be dictated by rules enforced by society. Mill fundamentally believes that living a life that is guided by the harm principle contributes to individual happiness. Mill believes that the harm principle
The story also teaches that it’s important to respect other people's property, as well as your own! This lesson is the Golden Rule, it tells us that we should treat others in the same way we would like them to treat us. Also, most of the time, people usually care about their property this means that we should treat the property of others in the same manner that we would have them treat our property. Accidents do happen and that is okay but the best thing to do is tell the child who owns the toy or even an adult about it right away, apologize, and help clean up. Something you don’t want to do is break something and not tell anyone and that is another point that this movie points
Concepts of Territoriality, Privacy, and Personal Space Territories are zones which are marked and protected by their proprietors and regularly utilized for life-supporting exercises (Territoriality, 2004). The most widely recognized illustration of a man 's territory would be his or her home in light of the fact that one has a tendency to customize and protect what is theirs. People distinguish themselves with their region and any risk to that domain feels like a danger to them (Territoriality, 2004). A human feels associated with his or her territory and sees it as a means to fulfilling his or her needs in the society. Privacy is the particular control of access
In this assignment I will state the issues regarding the several forms of abuse, in the format of a booklet. I will discuss the strategies implemented to minimise abuse, the recommendations. Safeguarding is protecting an individual from harm, allowing an individual to retain their human rights and to be brought up in a healthy environment. Abuse occurs when people show no interest in other individual’s integrity, mistreatment of people can also result in taking advantage of others vulnerability. There are several types of abuse, I will discuss, physical, emotional, neglect, sexual.
Working in a trauma-care centric manner requires creating a safe and transparent environment that helps you feel respected during your difficult recovery process. It may even provide you with the motivation you need to quit for good. Strives to Integrate You and Your Family in the Decision-Making SAMHSA understands the important of family participation in your recovery, which is why they actively promote a series of guidelines for consumer and family participation. These guidelines set out how you and your family can participate in the SAMHSA grant
If people are unaware of their rights, they could get cheated out of something important. Being aware makes you a guardian over your own rights. Sometimes, it’s not for the bigger picture, it is on a smaller scale and looking at things for yourself. It is important to know what your propriety, so that you can do what is morally correct for yourself, others, and the nation. Lastly, knowing the society could help you prosper at being a guardian to your children, friends, and neighbors.
Safeguarding means protecting individual’s health, comfort as well as human rights including enabling them to live free from harm, abuse as well as neglect. It is important to high quality health and social care. Safeguarding adults includes: Defending their rights to live in security, free from abuse including neglect. Individuals as well as organisations working together to stop the risk of abuse as well as neglect, and to prevent them from happening. Making sure individual’s wellbeing is encouraged, taking their wishes, views, feelings including principles into account.