Facilitating such a procedure, will regularly lead to proper services of greater quality with augmented user satisfaction and compliance. Nevertheless, the extent and level of operational service user contribution in improving and changing services is unreliable. This can be both improvement and change in immediate services and in the attitudes and cultures of the staff and agencies who provide those services. Furthermore, user participation in education, training, and research are also significant for service improvement and change. The word service user is used to consist of the individuals using the social and health care services as patients.
Additionally, they can also be guardians, parents and carer. In addition, the term is used to denote to the communities and the organizations that symbolize the benefits of individuals. Lastly, it states that members of the community and public who are potential users of social care interventions and health care services. According to Biskin et al. (2012), current policies describing the procedures of how care should be implemented ensure that ethnicity, race, religion, sensory, sexuality, disability, culture, language, age, and impairment should not interfere with service delivery. The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) was formed by the government in the year 2001 to increase social care services for children and adults. This is achieved through noble practice and assisting to embed it in daily social care provision. SCIE works to improve the professionalism and skills of social care users through their user-friendly, targeted, and tailored resources. It also involves service users, providers, practitioners, policy makers, and carers in promoting and advancing noble practice in social care.
Furthermore, SCIE circulates knowledge-based noble practice guide. Apart from its repetition in several nationwide policy and strategic documents, it is