1 Understand person centred approaches for care and support.
1.1 Define person centred values.
Person centred approaches are used within a wide set of organisations but tend to be very popular in the care giving industry. Theses range from individuals with learning difficulties, physical disabilities, mental health issues and also expand into communication and lifestyle/counselling planning. All of these work towards the same basic values. Which are:
• Treating people as individuals
• Supporting rights
• Treating people with respect and dignity
• Working together as a partnership.
All of the above are the basic foundations to empower individuals.
1.2 Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values.
It is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values as this will establish that the correct criteria is in place to support the individual and to meet their needs and goals, whilst still empowering the individual to be in control of what type of support that is being delivered. All daily tasks that we carry out whether they are supporting with i.e. dressing, personal hygiene, meal prep and general domestic tasks will be achieved positively if the persons values are identified as early as possible. This will then provide a realistic approach for the person at the centre of the care when achieving goals. By being aware of the service users values and making them a part of every day tasks this will demonstrate that you are promoting independence, choice and respecting their rights.
1.3 Explain why risk taking can be part of a person centre approach.
Risk taking is an essential part of supporting an individual- everyday we take risks so this will help us to develop our independence. If we didn't take risks then we would not know how to work out our limits. With a person centred approach to planning the individual at the centre of the care can take a positive risk...