A person centred approach includes promoting an individuals right to choose and be independent. Risk taking (which is part of everyday life) involves individual’s making decisions. You are upholding someone’s dignity by recognising what is important to them by making sure they are aware of the risks before they carry out an activity. How does using an individuals care plan contribute to working in a person centred way? The customer you are caring for has been an active participant in creating their care plan by recognising what they can do for themselves.
Supporting people to be as independent as possible. Treating people with dignity and respect. Recognising that working with people is a partnership rather than a relationship controlled by professionals. By placing all these together the care plan is tailor-made to that particular person. 1.2 Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values The values that underpin our work have an impact on our day to day work.
Implement active participation which recognises an individual’s right to participate in the activities and relationships of everyday life as independent as possible. Support individual to make choices to regard the individual as an active partner rather than a passive recipient. Promote wellbeing which implements a progression towards an individual’s self -determination and independence. Risk assessment to be conducted to ensure both carer and individual safeguard themselves against potential risks. Person centred practice can be in many forms such as language and images which can be easily understood rather than professional jargon.
1 1.1 In adult social care we should all try to attain person centred working, this means each individual Is treated how they wish to be treated, keeping them involved by working in partnership to achieve there goals and respecting there rights.. Respecting each person’s choices, privacy and dignity. Support individuals to attain independence. 1.2, 1.3 Why? How? Encouraging people to make their own decisions promotes self esteem and independence.
It influences social care work, because when we are caring for someone we have to be able to recognise that everybody is different and we must not impose our preferences to them. The personal beliefs should be respected and encouraged. Choice We need to be aware that each service user has the right to make choices and also how they can benefit from this. It is important both physically and mentally for a service user to make choices each day. It has an influence on social care work, because we need to make sure that we are communicating well, and listening to the individual's wishes and preferences, and we need to remember not to dothings without discussing it with service user.
It leads to better outcomes and it creates better patient and family satisfaction. The FCC’s basic concepts are based on respect and dignity where health care providers listen to what the patient and the patient’s family’s perspectives and opinions are. Patient and family knowledge, values, beliefs, and cultural backgrounds are very important to consider incorporating into the planning and delivery of health care. Patients and families are encouraged to decision making depending
Unit 51: Support Independance in the tasks of daily living 1.Understanding principles for supporting independance in the tasks of daily living 1.1 Explain how individiuals can benefit from being as independance as possible in the tasks of daily living. Being independent gives someone a feeling of control over their life.People feel more comfortable, safe and reassured when they can dothings for themselves and this also helps to uphold their self-esteem. Independence can help people to achieve their life goals. Holding on to independence about decisions that are made regarding ourselves as well as where and how we live can make us feel that we are positively contributing to society. 1.2 Explain how active pariticipation promotes independance in the tasks of daily living.
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.
Explain how and why person-centred values must influence all aspects of health and social care work Person centred values and care mean that everything is from the individual's point of view. It’s about what they want and how they want it to be provided rather than others deciding what they need and offering what is available. Being heard and respected can make the individual feel more empowered and less likely to be seen as a target for abuse. They can say what there concerns are and how they want to be supported. Active participation means that they are not just recipients of care but involved in it and supported to be as independent as possible.
An individual’s culture can be known to help make a persons identity and everyone believes different things creating different identities. This has a big impact on the way people treat each other and the understanding of the differences between their cultural values. Staple Hill Primary School mention in their aim that they ensure that everyone feels welcomed, informed and valued, this shows that the health and social care workers are aware that they need to be sensitive to both culture and beliefs. Finally, a positive care environment is very dependant upon effective communication and effective communication is dependant upon a willingness to work with each other, awareness of boundaries, reliability, clear knowledge of duties and responsibilities, self-awareness of beliefs, listening skills, empathy and honesty. Communication is essential within a health and social care setting as it helps those to gain understanding of someone’s wants and needs, this could be carried out in a number of ways, such as written wording, sign language or just simply