Portfolio of Evidence
Unit Learning Outcomes
Know about the principles and values that underpin work in health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare.
The main principles and values identified should include:
Putting the individual at the centre of their care
Working together in partnership
Protecting the individual
Promoting diversity, choice, rights, dignity, independence, identity, safety, confidentiality
State the main principles and values that underpin work in health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare.
State why it is important to work in a way that is consistent with these principles and values.
Know how to respect and value those who access services in health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare.
Examples of showing respect and valuing difference could include:-
Not all having the same bed time in a care home
Having a choice of drinks and food at meal times
Choosing their own clothes
Respecting religious practices
Having leaflets and posters in different languages and in large print
Confidentiality means not sharing information with anyone one who does not have a right or need to know that information.
Examples of ways of working could include – person centred care planning
Including the person in meetings about their care.
This means not talking about service users to anyone outside of the organisation Information should be shared when there are concerns about health and safety and the individual has suffered or is at risk of suffering harm.
Give examples of ways of showing respect to and valuing different service-users.
Describe some key ways of working that are person/child-centred.
State why it is important to keep some information confidential.
Give an example of a situation when confidentiality is important.
Give an example of when is it important to share information with others.