Using the DICES model of risk assessment, outline how a social care worker in a Children’s Residential Centre (CRC), would assess risk and make decisions, regarding a requested overnight visit of a 15 yr old child to their mother’s

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Using the DICES model of risk assessment, outline how a social care worker in a Children’s Residential Centre (CRC), would assess risk and make decisions, regarding a requested overnight visit of a 15 yr old child to their mother’s

Briefly explain the four pillars (Janet Miller, 1997) of a professional relationship, and outline how ‘empathy’ and ‘warmth’ can help build a productive professional relationship between a Social Care Worker (SCW) and a Service User (SU).

Question 2:

Using the DICES model of risk assessment, outline how a social care worker in a Children’s Residential Centre (CRC), would assess risk and make decisions, regarding a requested overnight visit of a 15 yr old child to their mother’s

Question 3:

Highlight how a Social Care Worker (SCW) can adapt their work practices and workspace to create a therapeutic environment for a group of Service Users (SUs) in a busy residential service catering for adults with an intellectual disability.

Question 4: 

As a key worker in a Children’s Residential Centre (CRC) you are tasked with preparing a key child for an imminent move to independent living. To do so you will first need to assess their levels of competence and deficits in their ability to carry out Activities of Daily Living (ADL).