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Understand the role of the health and social care worker

Understand working relationships in health and social care:
1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship:
Working relationships have boundaries and therefore   are different from personal relationships. These boundries are outlined within   Professional codes of conduct and the companies   policies and procedures . With working relationship it is important that all   individuals are treated with equality and diversty in mind manintaing the comapnys ethos . The personal infomation that is diclosed should be diffreant of that shared   family and friends, the language used whilst liasing with professionals and people ascessing your service should also differ to that used with in personal reashtionships . A working relationship doesn’t/shouldnt   have emotional attachments and is based around your working environment and the job at hand . A personal relationship normally has emotional attachments and is usualy with a friend , family   or partner. personal relatishionships allow for greater sharing needing less consideration in to the way things are said and the   language used to to convey infomation- personal realtionships allso allow for itmacy that the profestional does not .
1.2 Describe different working relationships in social care settings:
There are three main types of relationships in the social care setting,   management, administration and the care staff. Respect is extremely important-it is important that aproches are changed with regaurds to whom it is that you are liasing with , the way in wich infomaition is shared with managment differs from the way infomayion is shred with coleuges   the   same has to be taken in to account when speaking to a person acccesing the service.
Understand the importance of working in ways that are agreed with the employer:
2.1 Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role:
It is important to adhere to...