Unit 4222-246 Support person-centred thinking and planning (LD 202)
Learning outcome 1 – Understand the principles and practice of person-centred thinking, planning and reviews
1.1 Identify the beliefs and values on which person-centred thinking and planning is based
person centred thinking and planning is knowing the service users are at the centre of all decision making, they will be involved in any decision making, informed choices from start to finish. As long as the service user is safeguarded at all times and doesn’t put themselves at risk to injury or harm. 1.2 Define:
Person-centred thinking – Putting the service user’s at the centre of all decision making. Putting their values, opinions, skills and their informed choices before anyone else’s. Person centred planning – Respecting their informed choices helps plan the service users life, regarding medical appointments, daily activities and community outing. Person-centred reviews – Speaking to the service user to what has been decided and making sure they are happy with the choices to which they have all made. 1.3 Describe the difference that person-centred thinking can make to individuals and their families Makes the service users feel valued, respected and listened to, also shows their families that their family member is being listened, respected and valued and also comes first in all their decision making. 1.4 Describe examples of person- centred thinking tools
One page profile, Communication needs, Likes and dislikes, what’s working and what’s not, Gathering and sharing information, learning logs – reviews activities and shows positives and negatives of an activity. 1.5 Explain what a one page profile is
One page profile describes information about the individual and tells everyone about what liked and admired about the person. What the individual’s preferences are and what they like, their interests etc. 1.6 Describe the person-centred review process...
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