Unit 11 p6 and m3

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Unit 11 - safeguarding vulnerable adults - Supportive relationships P6 and M3 In this essay, I would be explain and discussing the roles of supportive relationships in reducing the risk of abuse and promoting the rights, independence and wellbeing of adults and using health and social care services. Abraham Maslow is a psychologist who had developed the Hierarchy of needs model in 1940-50s, and the Hierarchy needs theory is still being used to day and for understanding the human motivation. In his hierarchy he believes that people are motivated to achieve certain needs. And when a human had fulfilled a person would seek to fulfil the next one. Maslow’s hierarchy needs is concerning the responsibility of service providers to provide a…show more content…
It is said that we internalise information we gain from the world and then we build it into our sense of self. In other words, when we human are praised and shown love and respect we gain high self-esteem and we forget about it and it doesn’t bother us. However, when we are cussed and something bad is said about us, we tend to think about it not forgetting it and those who experience this would have a low self-esteem. It is also said that those with low self-esteem others can increase it. In health and social profession, many service users would suffer from low self-esteem, due to the way in which society treats them because of their disability or they have been made to feel sad or unhappy about themselves. It is the health and social provider’s job to ensure they increase the service user self-esteem and ensure they are happy about themselves. The way in which service providers can improve a service user’s self-esteem is by giving an unconditional positive regard towards that service user. An unconditional positive regard is a totally non-judgemental way in which health provider view service user and value the service user in a positive way with no conditions attached. This is hard for service users in being totally non-judgemental of service users

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