The Professional Boundaries video gives an overview of what a professional boundary is, then eight real work scenarios which show where a boundary could be crossed between a worker and a client. Working through the scenarios will help workers to be clear about their role – what they are there to do and what they are not there to do. It will assist them in saying “no” and to explain “why” to the client if they ask them to do something that is not on their task list.
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Ideas That Work has now produced 21 Community and Aged Services training videos that are available as DVDs or streaming video.
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