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Rookiegirl Level 12 / Mom & Student
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One relationship is with your team of integrated service providers. In that forum each team member shares information about their role and whether they believe that the care plan is effective or not. If not, a solution set is often proposed at the time efficacy is reviewed. Typically, this relationship is fairly formal and the meetings are routinely scheduled unless a problem arises.

Another relationship is the one you have with the person you are caring for. This is a one-on-one relationship. You need to LISTEN and OBSERVE while delivering care. You have conversations with the person and ask how they feel, what they need, etc. This is the most important relationship that you establish because the model used in adult social care is person-centered.
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