@hgransanz6 asked 10 months ago.

Describe how own role links to the wider sector in health, social care and/or early years?

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@Juliann answered 9 months ago.

 To support the team in implementing the daily routine of the setting by ensuring that resources are stocked and well maintained ready for all children to use. To help prepare and organise the setting prior to children's arrival. To assist in the sorting, tidying and cleaning of the setting when required to do so.

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@clarkee answered 9 months ago.

Principles for implementing duty of care in healthsocial care or children’s and young people’s settings 1 Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice (a) What it means to have a duty of care in one’s own work role A duty of care is a legal obligation to all Health and Social carers and professionals who have to act in the best interests of individuals and others, also not to act or fail to act in a way that …

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@johnkeat answered 9 months ago.

The reason I'm working in this sector is because I have a real passion for children and I think it's important that we give them the best possible start in life.
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@jack answered 10 months ago.

My role is to make the NHS and social care more people-centred by using digital technology to create the best possible experience for service users. I do this by working with the NHS and local councils to make sure that digital technology aligns with the NHS 5 and social care outcomes framework.
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