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    | | | |Unit 532: Understanding professional supervision practice

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    In professional supervisions it is important encourage staff to speak up and express any issues they have when dealing with citizens in the community, first and foremost it is essential that when challenging behavior occurs it is reported immediately, especially in own area of work as this could be a sign/symptom of relapse in mental health. Unfortunately the stigma around behavior challenges and mental health is a stereotype which the government are addressing with the strategy ‘no health without

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    Supervision Theory Relevant to Unit 511 in the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Health & Social Care Services Supervision has been defined as: “an accountable process which supports, assures and develops the knowledge, skills and values of an individual, group or team. The purpose is to improve the quality of their work to achieve agreed objectives and outcomes. In social care and children’s services this should optimise the capacity of people who use services to lead independent and fulfilling

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    The purpose of professional supervision is to have the knowledge to do your job and have this reviewed against standards within your role and the standards from the company you work within. When staff meets with manager to complete supervision, the have an agenda of support they need and the manager will have feedback from others and feedback that has been collated by the manager or the senior or deputy who also has been monitoring practice this can sometimes be about training or further education

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    Understanding professional supervision practice (LM2a) 4.1 Performance Indicators are quantifiable measurements, agreed to beforehand, that reflect the critical success factors of an organization. They will differ depending on the organization. Whatever Performance Indicators are selected, they must reflect the organization's goals, they must be key to its success and they must be quantifiable (measurable). Performance Indicators usually are long-term considerations. The definition of what they

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    In relation to professional supervision conflict can often occur just by the very thought of having a one to one meeting with management, for some people it can cause anxiety and discomfort, due to the stereotype that comes with supervision. Issues of power, expectancy and responsibilities The staff member depends upon their supervisor to have the knowledge and provide skills to achieve positive outcomes and find solutions to their issues, they may feel that the supervisor should have all the answers

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    PDA in Health and Social Care Supervision Social health Care Supervision Definition Social Care Supervision refers to the strategies and body of service done within a social care plant in order to improve on the level of performance of the social care workers. Supervision is a critical idea in any social or structured society in which services of high quality and demand are being offered. Many social health care centers in the world are in need of equitable service delivery programs that will

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    Each day children across America go to school; education not only being a requirement, but a necessity of life. Yet when the school bell rings every afternoon, over four million children ages five to fourteen go home to no parental guardian (Olsen). These children are called latchkey kids; terminology first used in the 1940s during World War II, when women had to work because their husbands were deployed. Latchkey meaning the key to the house is often strung around the child’s neck or hidden under

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    Latchkey Children Latchkey Children are children who return from school to an empty house because their parents are away working or their just left alone at home with little or no parental supervision. In today's society this is becoming more and more common due to the fact that in most households, both parents carry a job or career to support the family. Other names for Latchkey Children are "children in self-care", "children of working parents", "unsupervised

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    AND THE LIMITATIONS ON COUNSELLORS COMPARED TO OTHER PROFESSIONS THAT USE COUNSELLING SKILLS. The Ethical Framework is made up of rules and regulations within which Counsellors and Psychotherapists strive to achieve in order to attain a high professional standard. It protects client and counsellor and compounds values, principles and personal moral qualities for counsellors to work alongside in order to achieve the highest standard of counselling for clients. These include safety, record keeping

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