|Title |HSC 3038 Work in partnership with families to support individuals | |Level |3 | |Credit value |4 | |Learning outcomes |Assessment criteria | |The learner will |The learner can: | |1. Understand partnership working with families |Analyse the contribution of families to the care and/or support of individuals | | |Identify factors that may affect the level of involvement of family members in care | | |and/or support | | |Describe dilemmas or conflicts that may arise when working in partnership with | | |families to support individuals | | |Explain how the attitudes of a worker affect partnership working with families | |2. Be able to establish and maintain positive |2.1 Interact with family members in ways that respect their culture, experiences | |relationships with families |and expertise | |
Factsheet - Person Centered Planning Summary • Person Centered Planning is a way of assisting people to work out what they want; the support they require and helping them get it. • Person Centered Planning has the person at the center, is carried out in alliance with friends and family and is focused on getting real lives for people. • Person Centered planning plays a particularly important role in delivering objectives in the “Valuing People Now” document. What is Person Centered Planning? Person Centered planning is a way of enabling people to think about what they want now and in the future.
1.1 Identify the features of effective partnership working Effective partnership working (also known as Interagency, multi-disciplinary, multi-professional and interprofessional) aims to meet the child’s needs and wishes, along with those of the parent, by keeping them at the heart of everything that is done. This is done as a collaborative, collective effort which may include working with different independent bodies, and can include creating an organisational structure or process in order to work and implement a shared vision, through either staff or resources. In order to ensure the needs and wishes of individuals are met, it is essential that a number of factors are taken into account. * All goals should be shared This ensures that everyone is working together towards the same goals and not pulling against each other, which can lead to ineffective partnerships and the waste of people’s time and effort. * Sharing of expertise This allows the partners access to a wider variety of knowledge and ideas, it can also highlight different issues and problems, and however effective partnerships are more effective at working and addressing these problems.
In order for FCP to be effective, professional familiarization with the family setting and activities is significant. It is important to note that the professional may not provide effective assistance without developing a partnership with the family. A good understanding of the family ensures a smooth transition of experiences between a home and early childhood settings. Above all, emphasis on family strengths promotes dignity and strength and ensures continued concentration on positive outcomes in early childhood development. Implications of FCP on ECP Cohrssen, Church, & Tayler (2010) subscribe to the idea that parent involvement in child education has direct links to improved
This includes Medicaid service coordination, day services, residential services, health services, and life prep, employment services, training solutions, transportation, and family support services. This organization serves the population with developmental, mental, and physical disabilities. They also attend any appointments the child has and help the parent make an informed decision for their child. Each client is assigned a service coordinator. The service coordinator can help locate services to help the family meet their needs.
By talking with the young person in a respectful and understanding manner, this allowed me to gain respect and for them to understand the importance of considerate of their family while on contact. b) Now think of another situation when you were able to treat children, young
Foster people’s equality, diversity and rights 1. Enable individuals to maintain family and community links that are important to them. 2. Promote positive participation of relatives, friends and volunteers in the lives of the individual customer. 3.
* Allows carers to focus on the client’s point of view. Role of carers * To provide assistance to the client and their family. * To offer care and compassion * To have good information and useful ideas about individuals in their care and share them with management to develop appropriate strategies. * To be in touch with their own concerns and feelings. * To provide social, emotional and environmental support as well as physical.
They reach out to friends and community and teach their children the importance of doing the same -- and that becomes part of who the children are. They work together to solve problems, and they pass their skills on to the next generation. Some important elements of a strong family system are family cohesion, family flexibility and family communication. Cohesion- In families cohesion would be defined as the feeling of being loved, of belonging to the group and being nurtured by it. Although closeness is good in a family unit, there must be a balance between being together and being separate.