Objectives:. To describe and explain examples of positive working practice with respect to individuals with additional needs To state how working practices may need to be changed to accommodate the needs of individuals. Guidance.
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Guidance means direction on how to behave or act. Within health and
social care this is provided by:
Set by professions and provide guidance as to how you work within that profession.
Examples include the:
Regulates the workforce for social care in the UK.
Publishes codes of practice and maintains a register of social workers as well as training and education for social care workers.
These can positively impact upon individuals with disabilities
promote the rights of people
empower them to have controlPositive working practices
Needs-led assessment disabilities
In pairs discuss and make notes on what these areas mean
Why are they so important?What do positive working practices include?
assuming that all people are the same, or by stereotyping people.
e.g. through signs or picture-based communication systems such as PECS
(Picture Exchange Communication System), which is often used with children with autism.
with service users to ensure that their choices are being respected and any barriers that may be stopping them communicating their needs are removed.