For this I will need to look at the code of practice and the national minimum standards, which are regulated by the CQC and the care standards act Personal reflection involves taking a little time 5 or 10 minutes to think about an experience you have had at work and to analyse what you think you did well and what you think you could have done better.
How standards can be used to help a social care worker reflect on their practice Standards can help you use reflective practice because they can provide you with the core values and guidelines within which you should work.
My duties and responsibilities are described in my job descriscription, which relates to the area of health and social care in which I work and my work place. This is part of maintaining professional boundaries.
Your duties are the tasks that you perform in your daily practice, which will involve caring for and supporting individuals with tasks that they unable to manage themselves and perhaps teaching them new skills to increase their independence.
Sabrina Alade Engage in personal development in health, social care or children's and young people's settings. We do this by trying to remain objective sticking to just plain facts and not trying to force our own views onto the people we work with.
And this will help us to improve our work. My manager has received feedback from residents about my level of care I provide which is discussed in my appraisals, we also discuss if any further training is required and if I have any problem.
During your reflective practice, you should ask yourself if you are working within these guidelines and if not, then you can ensure that you adjust your practice to be in line with it next time.