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Describe how you could influence the quality of the service provided by: a) Following best practice within your work role. b) Not carrying out the requirements of your role.
the quality of care to the residents of the home by setting standards of care for the carers to work to. [ They would need to be client led-always giving the person you are looking after his/her own choice/decision over what he/she would like done for them. After all they are the employers really. So showing respect at all times coupled with privacy and dignity when bathing or assisting them in
toilet routines. Knocking on doors and waiting before entering a room is a basic must. But the ideal carer is one who gets pleasure out of being helpful rather than regarding his/her role as just a mere job. Since care jobs pay low wages it is really vocational work. As to the second part of your question-It follows that if a carer wants the clients to do as they are told rather than being given choices and respect, then their quality of life becomes miserable and they will dread that particular 'so-called' carer being around!... ]
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