Core Principles Of Health And Social Care

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A person who is working with vulnerable people in a health and social care environment must make sure that they improve their skills and knowledge’s which is important when supportive relationships are form in order to reduce the risk of abuse and neglect to take place.
Core principles of care
The Core Principles of Care are a set of principles, guidelines and values which must be followed by every health and social care service users. The Core Principles of Care are also known as the Care Value Base; however, it is mostly named as the ‘principles and values’. These principles include: promoting equality and diversity of individuals, to encourage the rights and responsibilities of individuals and maintaining confidentiality of information.
All of these three types of principles are seen to be the main standard principles which often show health and social care service providers to know how vulnerable adults should be treated. Health and social care service providers must treat vulnerable adults with dignity and respect, equality which means that vulnerable adult’s must be treated equally as other people but, this should be based on what type of health care need vulnerable people need, fairness which means that the rights of vulnerable adults should be valued no matter what type of support they need and privacy which means that vulnerable people are able to have their own type of private space.
The Core Principles of Care are the first steps for health and social care

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