This workbook covers the knowledge and skills in relation to your job role and the roles of other workers, exploring areas such as duties and responsibilities, the professional boundaries and limitations of job roles, statutory standards and codes of practice, duty of care in practice and creating and monitoring support plans. You should answer all questions. This will be used as evidence for your e-portfolio.
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K1.1 Describe SIX duties and responsibilities of your role.
This response will be awarded full points automatically, but it can be reviewed and adjusted after submission.
K1.2 Using a copy of the organisational chart, explain how your role and that of others fits into the structure and context of your team and the wider organisation.
K1.3 Describe why it is important for you and others to remain within the professional boundaries of your and their roles.
K1.4 Describe how to support an individual to question or challenge the decisions that have been made about them by others.
K1.4 Compare the limits of your responsibilities, based on training and expertise, with the responsibilities of others in adult care.
K1.5 State the statutory standards and codes of practice that influence your role and give the key points of each of them.
K1.6 Explain how the statutory standards and codes of practice identified in the previous question influence your work role.
K1.7 Define the term duty of care
K1.8 Describe how your duty of care relates to your duty of candour
K1.9 Analyse how duty of care affects your, and others’, role.
K1.10 Explain how and why it is important to use person-centred values to influence an individual’s care plan.
K.10 Evaluate how care plans are used to apply person-centred values in practice
K1.10 Describe ways to apply active participation in creating individuals’ care plans that meet their needs, wishes and preferences.
K1.10 Explain the links between identity, self-image and self-esteem.
K1.10 Analyse factors that contribute to the wellbeing of individuals.
K1.11 Describe how you and others can contribute to the development of an individual’s care plan.
K1.12 Describe how to use person-centred values to find out an individual’s preferences in relation to the way they want to be supported.
K1.13 Describe THREE needs of individuals you support under each of the following headings: physical, social and emotional
Explain how you collate and analyse feedback from individuals and others to support the delivery of person-centred care in line with your role and responsibilities
K1.15 Explain how to plan, monitor and review a care plan in response to changing physical, social and emotional needs of individuals.
K1.15 Explain how you implement regulations and organisational policies and procedures in your role
K1.17 Analyse the factors that influence the capacity of an individual to express their consent.
K1.17 Explain the steps to take if consent cannot be readily established
K1.17 Explain how you lead and support others to comply with regulations and organisational policies and procedures.