Assignment 305 – Understand person-centred approaches in adult social care settings.
Ai – A poster which describes a range of person centred approaches to care:
Support relationships between carers and the person needing support.
Take the needs and views of the person you are supporting into account
Work together with family members
Provide care and support which is of a high quality
Promote the independence of the person receiving care and support
Be reliable and offer flexibility of care and support to people using the service
Communicate effectively with the person receiving support, their family and their carers
It is important to remember that everyone who receives care and support has a unique set of circumstances, needs, wishes and beliefs.
Good quality, person centred care will recognise this and support the person to maintain their independence and individuality.
Aii – A handout which explains why person centred values are important and how they influence social care work:
Below is a diagram of person centred values that are important to individuals within a social care setting, these are all important as ensure the individual receives the best care that meets their individual needs.
Their importance ensures:
* Representation of best practice and social care
* Respects and celebrates difference
* Individuals receive satisfaction with the service
* Individuals receive value for money
Why are person centred values important?
Aiii – A poster that explains the factors which can contribute to the well beings of individuals
Feeling of belonging
Good physical and mental health
Being able to make a positive contribution
Being valued, listened to and respected
Praise and recognition
Aiv – A handout that explains the link...