Evidence Recording Sheet Analysis

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Evidence Recording Sheet Unit:………HSCM1 / D/602/2844 Evidence Ref:……………………………… Candidate Name:…Akintunde Olulade Assessor Name:……………………………. Observed by your assessor (O)  Personal Statement (EPS)  Product Evidence (EP)  Professional Discussion (PD)  Seen by Witness (EWT)  Case History (ECH)  Questioning (QC)  APEL/RPL  | | | |Unit/LO/AC |Date of Activity: | | |…show more content…
This | | |mode of thinking meant that organisations took decisions for people about how they should live and the nature of the care | | |they received. This has changed, or is in the process of changing, to an approach where support strategies are negotiated | | |and agreed between service providers and service users. | | |This philosophy that underpins practice can be thought of as guiding principles of person-centred planning, and includes | | |increased community access and inclusion, the development of relationships, greater opportunities for choice, the | | |advancement of valued and respected roles, and the development of improved personal skills (Magito-Mclaughlin et al., | | |2002). Person-centred planning is about equality (Stalker and Campbell, 1998). It challenges the unequal power structures | | |that have long reigned in the relationships between service providers and service users. Sanderson (2003, p. 20)…show more content…
| | | | | |Each has a particular approach that is appropriate for different individuals in different situations. Alternatively, a | | |combination of approaches may be used or an individualized method that has drawn inspiration from the methods described | | |briefly below. | | |The McGill Action Planning System (MAPS) brings together a group of people who help to identify the focus on service
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