R021 LO2 Revision flashcards

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What are the values of care?
Promoting equality & diversity; Maintaining confidentiality; Promoting individual rights & beliefs
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Give examples of health care settings
GP surgery, hospital, nursing home, dentist, optician, podiatrist etc. etc.
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Give examples of social care settings
Residential homes, day centres, lunch clubs, youth clubs etc. etc.
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Give examples of early years settings
Nursery, reception class, playgroup, creche etc.etc
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How are the values of care applied?
By promoting equality and diversity, by maintaining confidentiality, by promoting individual rights and beliefs, by being a reflective practitioner
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What are the Early Years Values of Care? (part 1)
Part 1 welfare of the child is paramount, keeping children safe and maintaining a healthy and safe environment, working in partnership with parents/guardians and families, encouraging learning and development,valuing diversity
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What are the Early Years Values of Care? (part 2)
Part 2 ensuring equality of opportunity, practising anti-discrimination, ensuring confidentiality, working with others
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The welfare of the child is paramount
Positive expectations should be encouraged, a child must never be smacked or humiliated. Children should be put first and listened to. Their needs & views must be considered at all times to ensure they are able to grow and develop effectively
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Keeping children safe and maintaining a healthy and safe environment
Protecting children from abuse, applying health and safety procedures. The environment should enable children to feel comfortable and safe. Their environment should encourage a healthy lifestyle and approach to learning
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Working in partnership with parents/guardians and families
Working with other practitiones is essential for development but should only be carried out with consent
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Encouraging children's learning and development
Children should be offered a range of experiences and activities that support all aspects of development
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Valuing diversity
Differences between people should be identified as positive. Children should be encouraged to learn about how important it is to be unique
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Equality of opportunity
Each child should be offered equality of access and opportunities to learn and develop to their potential
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Ensuring anti-discrimination
Negative attitudes and prejudices by children and adults should be challenged
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Ensuring confidentiality
Private information about children and parents should not be shared with others without consent (unless it is on a need-to-know basis)
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Working in partnership with other professionals
Working with other practitioners is essential for development but should only be carried out with consent
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Being a reflective practitioner
Early years practitioners need to think about their own practice and plan for development
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Why is it important to apply the values of care?
to ensure standardisation of care; to improve the quality of care; to provide clear guidelines to inform and improve practice; to maintain or improve quality of life
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What are the effects on people if the values of care are not applied?
Physical (pain if treatment not given) Intellectual (loss of focus/concentration) Emotional (feeling betrayed, low self-esteem) Social (feeling excluded from group)
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Give examples of health care settings

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Give examples of social care settings

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Give examples of early years settings

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How are the values of care applied?

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