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explain the partnership model of working with carers
The partnership model works around a theory of collaboration, understanding and communication. Recognising how the best outcomes for children can evolve when care, development and learning provision, a child, [ their parent/family/carers including other settings and agencies all work cooperatively together. Check how your setting promotes an open door policy, involves, actively invites and
works towards engaging parents/carers in the setting's planning and decision making processes. Share observations - daily happenings, how parents/carers contribute & are part of all assessments & updates - data protection & freedom of information. Considerations for a partnership model are barriers to communication & how to overcome them - language, use & access to technology eg. phone, email, literacy skills, time. Confidence & self esteem - anyone with less confidence, sense of worth and value may feel uncomfortable/incapable of imparting their ideas, views and opinions. Learning disabilities and culture can impact on relationships with care providers as an expectation to work together may be unexpected, unfamiliar, cause suspicion & be unwelcome it is also possible an appearance of professionalism creates a barrier, anxiety & withdrawal. Equal opportunity, equality & inclusion in participation whilst extended to all may not be taken up by individuals in the same way. In possible contrast maybe, to the view as to how behaviourist theory relates to the positive reinforcement - operant conditioning exerted over children's choice/motivation to participate, knowing that the less pressure adults feel exposed and obligated to, the more likely it is they'll feel free to take part where and when able to. Evaluation methods eg. feedback, survey and sensitive questionnaires can help identify areas a setting does well in, those for further investigation and aspects of provision that individuals enjoy being part of or can see a way to suggest improvement in. ]
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User: explain the partnership model of working with carers

Weegy: The partnership model works around a theory of collaboration, understanding and communication. Recognising how the best outcomes for children can evolve when care, development and learning provision, a child, [ their parent/family/carers including other settings and agencies all work cooperatively together. Check how your setting promotes an open door policy, involves, actively invites and works towards engaging parents/carers in the setting's planning and decision making processes. Share observations - daily happenings, how parents/carers contribute & are part of all assessments & updates - data protection & freedom of information. Considerations for a partnership model are barriers to communication & how to overcome them - language, use & access to technology eg. phone, email, literacy skills, time. Confidence & self esteem - anyone with less confidence, sense of worth and value may feel uncomfortable/incapable of imparting their ideas, views and opinions. Learning disabilities and culture can impact on relationships with care providers as an expectation to work together may be unexpected, unfamiliar, cause suspicion & be unwelcome it is also possible an appearance of professionalism creates a barrier, anxiety & withdrawal. Equal opportunity, equality & inclusion in participation whilst extended to all may not be taken up by individuals in the same way. In possible contrast maybe, to the view as to how behaviourist theory relates to the positive reinforcement - operant conditioning exerted over children's choice/motivation to participate, knowing that the less pressure adults feel exposed and obligated to, the more likely it is they'll feel free to take part where and when able to. Evaluation methods eg. feedback, survey and sensitive questionnaires can help identify areas a setting does well in, those for further investigation and aspects of provision that individuals enjoy being part of or can see a way to suggest improvement in. ]
debnjerry|Points 27825|

User: 3.2 Review barriers to participation for carers and explain ways in which they can be overcome

Weegy: Barriers to participation are factors that can cause difficulties for families who experience discrimination preventing them from accessing services, barriers include environmental, [ attitudinal and institutional. Attitudional and institutional are often those of practitioners, as they quite often worry as they do not have enough understanding of how to meet the needs of a disabled child etc, settings should not have these barriers and barriers can be overcome by training. Environmental barriers are for example steps lack of space and language barriers which can be identified and removed steps replaced by ramp etc. These needs should be assessed before a child starts a setting so that an individual plan of the childs/carers needs can be dealt with eg. translator brought in as to overcome language barrier etc. ]
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User: 3.3 Explain strategies to support carers who may react positively or negatively to partnership opportunities

Weegy: barriers to participation for carers most partnerships with parents run smoothly but sometime there can be a barrier in the way. [ A parent might not always have time to and feel guilty so this needs to be treated sensitively like making a parents session to suit their time. This parent session could have child care so making it easier to be involved. Other method for parents how lack time can be e- mails providing consent and security issues have been met may be a news letter. Learning journals and communication books are books that parents can take home and get information about what their child has been up to. Phone calls can exchange information too. Confidence on the parents behave may be they have had bad experiences of settings or interactions with other professionals. Sometimes it is best to let the parent make first contact then use all our communication skills to help this. Some people speak in another language or English is not their first language so encouraging a parent to bring someone who can help them understand what is being said this can also be needed in written formats but most computers can now change the language of written words. Disability can cause difficulties in the partnership the way to overcome these barriers are much dependent on the individuals need signing for deafness, large print for visual impaired, advocate .culture can affect this partnership anxiety can be caused for someone how doesn?t know what is expected of them. We always try our best to create partnerships working with carers but there are people how wish not to be involved and we must respect their wishes. And they shouldn?t be pressured into doing so. Sometimes stepping back can bring positive results. a more relaxed attitude can make cares feel more comfortable ad we might find out the reasons why attempts are not working. Parents are always encouraged to become more involved they could engage with other parents, give ideas. think this might cover it ]
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User: 3.4 Explain how effective multi-agency working operates with early years provision and benefits children and carers.

Weegy: Multi agency working is different services, agencies, professionals and practitioners who work together to provide services for children and parents. These services are sometimes integrated together to offer a more effective care for young children. [ Children in the early years may have a wide range of needs and working together with other professionals can have a positive impact on the child’s health, development and learning. Professionals that work together with children and their families can share lots of information. They can agree which ways they may assess and plan for a particular child. Both children and the parents can be involved in any planning this will help the child to reach his full potential. It is also important that confidentiality is maintained at all times. By sharing information and all professionals concerned working together the outcome for the child can only be positive. ]
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Weegy: Multi agency working is different services, agencies, professionals and practitioners who work together to provide services for children and parents. These services are sometimes integrated together to offer a more effective care for young children. [ Children in the early years may have a wide range of needs and working together with other professionals can have a positive impact on the child’s health, development and learning. Professionals that work together with children and their families can share lots of information. They can agree which ways they may assess and plan for a particular child. Both children and the parents can be involved in any planning this will help the child to reach his full potential. It is also important that confidentiality is maintained at all times. By sharing information and all professionals concerned working together the outcome for the child can only be positive. ] (More)
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