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Describe the potential tension between maintaining an indviduals confidentialitey and disclosing concerns?
Weegy: Unit 51 Outcome 4 Question 3 Describe the potential tension between maintaining an individual’s confidentiality and disclosing concerns. • Where abuse of a child or young person is suspected All settings should have a designated person to deal with [ child protection issues. If you have concerns that a child is being abused it is our job to disclose this information to the designated/manager of the setting unless you think by disclosing the information will put the child/young person in further danger. This can be very hard to work out so having colleagues to discuss this will help you come to a quick conclusion and more accurately. This can become very difficult if you feel that there is child/young person abuse issue and the designated/manager thinks that there isn’t. I think if you have a doubt then it is better to be safe than sorry, maybe monitor the child and gather more information but if the child is in significant danger then report it to the safeguarding board immediately. Parents will have had a copy of the child protection policy which states that information regarding every child will be disclosed if it is deemed that any child is in significant harm/danger. This gives us the right to report any kind of abuse to the safeguarding board without the parents/carers permission. It is important to follow the right steps whilst reporting a case of abuse or a suspected case, we need to gather the correct information: • When a child/young person discloses information to you. Do not promise to keep a secret. If the child/young person confides in us we cannot promise to keep it a secret because we will have to disclose the information given and this will make the child think that they cannot trust that person anymore, they trusted you in the first place to disclose the information. ] (More)
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Explain the importance of reflective practice in continously improving the quality of service provided?
Weegy: Reflective practice is inperative in order to ensure that high standards are kept continuously as circumstances,children and environments change.In order to reflect one must continuously be aware of approaches used and how they can be changed or [ developed to improve.Continually improving and adapting approaches benefits both children and practitioners ,ensuring that each individual childs needs are catered for.Reflective practice involves evolving in a child centred approach.The childcarer benefits as his/her skills grow and develop ,enabling the highest standards of care and provision.It also promotes a better level of understanding and acceptance of those different from us,taking on board the opinions,cultures and attitudes of others to ensure a diverse and positively productive daily experience that enables higher levels of understanding from all .It also fosters personal and team deveopment because a reflective practice evolves our experiences thus enabling higher standards of learning experiences.Experience can only be beneficial when it is either a positive experience (good practice),or a negative experience that is reflected upon and consequently changed and improved.Carers that deem experience alone as a credential to good practice are not developing,learning and reaching their fullest potential.Instead they are `stuck in practices and habits that may be over used,bad practice or practice that has not reached its full potential.Kolb supports this view within his Experimental learning cycle.Kolb values the importance of concrete experience(1),Observation and reflection (2),Forming abstract concepts(3),and testing in new situations(4).Without reflection ,the working link between each experience is lost and therefore left underdeveloped.In conclusion ,a reflective practice ensures that each individual (from the child to the parents ] (More)
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Demonstrate the ability to reflect on practice?
Weegy: Reflective practice is "the capacity to reflect on action so as to engage in a process of continuous learning", which, according to the originator of the term, [ is "one of the defining characteristics of professional practice".[1] According to one definition it involves "paying critical attention to the practical values and theories which inform everyday actions, by examining practice reflectively and reflexively. This leads to developmental insight on health and social care ] (More)
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Demonstrate use of feedback to evaluate own performance and inform development?
Weegy: This is about reflecting on and evaluating honestly your own performance, and discovering ways to improve it through skills development. [ [ [ This requires you to work with others to identify your strengths and weaknesses, find out what information and support is available to help you develop a plan covering your personal and professional aspirations, and then put those plans into action. What you need to show You must make sure that your practice meets the following requirements. a Monitor your performance regularly to make sure that it is as effective as possible. b Get regular and useful feedback on your performance. c Regularly describe and analyse any improvements that need to be made, either by you or through involving others. d Maintain a level of knowledge and understanding that enables you to carry out your role effectively. e Change the way you work in line with any relevant or new approaches or recommendations. f Use feedback from clients, contacts or colleagues to identify any skills gaps. g Develop a personal development plan and update it regularly to include new aims or achievements. source: ] ] ] (More)
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