QCF Health and Social Care – Level 3 Unit 305 Promote person centred approaches in health and social care Outcome 1 1.1 Explain how and why person-centred values must influence all aspects of health and social care work. Health and social care should be based upon person centred values, and should be individualised, as this is a law requirement (Human Rights Act 1998, Health and Social Care Act 2012, etc.) The Principles of Care are a set of standards which form the foundation on which to build your practice. You need to be aware of why you must promote the values in your day-to-day practice; why you must consider the people you are supporting in promoting these values – their culture, their means of communication, their likes and dislikes, their family, other professionals you may be working with and also your colleagues. These are some of the principles of care: * Individuality * Rights * Choice * Privacy * Independence * Dignity * Respect If person centred values, which should be at the heart of all work in the health and social care sector, are followed as they should be, then all individuals should feel that they are being supported in accessing their rights.
1 Understand the principles and practice of person-centred thing,planning and reviews. 1.1 Explain what person -centred thinking is, and how it relates to person-centred reviews and person centred planning. Person centred thinking is a set of values, skills and tools used in getting to know someone by Person Centred Planning and in personalising of services used by people who need supports provided by social or health care. It is separating what is important to, from what is important for the individual and finding a balance between them. It reflects what is important to the person (now and for the future) and specifies the support they require to make a valued contribution to their community.
It is also important to actively acknowledge the person’s strengths, passions and aspirations, and actively involve the family and friends, if the person wishes. Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person-centred values. It is important to acknowledge the needs and wishes of our service users, and ensure that these underpin the planning and delivery of their care that values the service users unique past, present and future individuality and recognizing and respecting the person’s role and contribution to family and wider society. By doing this I am respecting the individual and what they have to offer to others, and making the individual still feel ‘needed’ and ‘useful’. Explain why risk-taking can be part of a person centred approach.
Unit 4222-324 - Support individuals with specific communication needs (HSC 3029) Outcome 1 - understand specific communication needs and factors affecting them. 1. Explain the importance of meeting an individual's communication needs. Individuals who have communication problems need support to enable them to express themselves effectively. It is therefore important for the carers to be aware of the individuals preferred method of communication and also to support the individual to use their preferred method.
UNIT 4222-319 (HSC 3020) FACILITATE PERSON CENTRED ASSESSMENT, PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW LEARNING OUTCOMES OUTCOME 1 UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES OF PERSON CENTRED ASSESSMENT AND CARE PLANNING TERMS HOLISTIC – this is looking at the whole situation 1. Explain the importance of a holistic approach to assessment and planning of care or support You need to look beyond what you see when you first meet a new client as having an holistic approach means that you need to recognize that all parts of the person’s life has an impact of the care needs of that person. The Valuing People (2001) White paper is where the person centred planning came from originally. There are some broad outlines and key principles of PCP (Person centred planning) in this paper. I personally use ‘WE TAILOR TO YOUR REQUIREMNTS’ which again says it is the person and the whole situation so with this in mind I would put the A person /client at the centre of the care/support plan B their family and friends must be full partners C anyone else involved with the persons wider life should be included d. This PCP should reflect the person’s capacities, what is important now and in the future for that person and must specify the support they require to make a contribution in their community 2.
Person centred care means planning the care and support around the individual with them in control of the planning and delivery of the service provided. The holistic approach is important because it is essential to recognise that all parts and areas of an individual’s life will impact on their care needs. Person Centred Planning is a way of helping people to think
Unit 4222-207 Implement person centred approaches in health and social care (HSC 026) Understand person approaches for care and support 1.1 Define people-centred values. People centred values are about providing care and support that are focused on the individual and their needs. Reading an individual’s care plan gives you a clear understanding about individuals you are working with helps you to promote and provide person centred care and support. Some of which are individualality, independence, privacy, partnership, choice, dignity, respect and rights. 1.2 Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values.
What type of nonverbal communication codes are being used to deliver the messages? What effect does each message have on the other people in the image? What nonverbal communication skills and strategies could be used to communicate effectively in this situation? What nonverbal messages are being sent in this image? What type of nonverbal communication codes are being used to deliver the messages?
HC 207 Person-centered values in adult care 1. What is person-centred values? Person-centred values are about asking people what they want and providing practical ways for them to have choice and control in their lives, and having positive approach. We should have a positive focus on what the person can do, not what they can’t. It is also important to actively acknowledge the person’s strengths, passions and aspirations, and actively involve the family and friends, if the person wishes.
Aii) Duty of care affects the work of each social care worker as duty of care places a responsibilities to ensure practices are fair, safe and recognises diversity, choice and independence. Duty of care affects the work of a social care worker means that organisational and legal requirements must be recognised understood or followed. A social care worker has the reasonability to keep up to date with best practices and to make sure they are applied to their day to day work. Social cared workers must also record actions taken and the thinking behind it. Aiii) Duty of care means that care giving organisations have agreed procedures and protocols when working with other agencies, a organisation needs a workforce development on duty of care.