Define person-centred thinking, person-centred planning and person-centred reviews. Person-centred thinking is a set of values, skills and tools used to get to know someone, what they find important and what they want out of life. Person centred planning provides a way of assisting a person plan their life, thus ensuring that the individual remains central in creating a plan which will concern them. A Person-centred review uses person-centred thinking tools to explore what is important to an individual now and in the future. It looks at what support they need and what is/or not working from different perspectives to agree outcomes and actions for change.
It is also important to ensure the safeguarding of the individual at all times. 1.2 The benefits of using person-centred thinking with individuals are the individual is always at the centre of the process. The individual will be supported in making informed choices for example being involved in the community by attending friendship groups. This will enable an individual to maintain friendships with people that are part of their circle of support. Good progress can help an individual decide what activities that they would like to participate in.
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.
unit 517 – Lead Person - Centred Practice 1.1 Explain person – centred Practice Being person centred is taking things from the perspective of the person and what is important to them. This means that we listen to each person and help them to live the lives they choose. Person centred planning is a way of finding out what is important to a person and a way of turning an individual’s ideas and aspirations into reality. It provides a way of listening to and working with the person, their ideas and aspirations and working with their families in partnership. To make this happen we will work with family, friends and advocates to enable and empower the person with learning disabilities to making decisions about their lives and how they would like their care delivered.
Person centred planning reflects the persons capacities, what is important to the person now and in the future and specifies the support they require to make a valued contribution to their community 1.2 Describe ways of supporting the individual to lead assessment and planning process. At each stage of the process, you should check with the person that the plan is following the ideas they have for how they want their service to be delivered. You should do this using the means of communication which the person prefers. For example if your normal means of communication is to talk, then you could have a regular chat to ensure that the service proposed is what the person what's and to ask whether there are any specific ways in which they want tasks to be carried out. Alternatively if the person has hear ing impairment, your means of communication to establish the same information may be writing or using sign.
It ensures that what is done is in accordance with what is important to that person. Outcome 1.3 Describe the difference that person centred thinking can make to individuals and their families Helps people work out what they want in their lives and make them feel stronger and more confident. Clarify what support people need to pursue aspirations. Bring people
To achieve this, Coaching and mentoring should be applied to the area you want to develop, such as motivating staff, delegating, problem solving, relationship issues, team building, and staff development. It focuses on what people being coached want, what their goal is and how they can achieve it. The main objective is to develop the person being coached. This can be achieved through increasing self-confidence, indentifying suitable topics for coaching and developing planned tasks as part of job
Person Centred Planning is a method of supporting individuals and empowering them to take charge of the direction of their life and make goals which are achievable and ultimately lead to greater social inclusion and good quality of life in every aspect from good mental health to helping them achieve and overcome physical disabilities. Learning difficulties and disability has previously been approached by being agency focused, so the agency decided the goals for them and set their targets. Multi disciplinary meetings would be held and the individual’s disability and skills assessed and their care would be around that, therefore putting the disability first and not the whole person. Getting started with person centred thinking One of the best tools to start with is the 'One Page Profile' it is essentially a list of what people like and admire about the person, what the service user is telling us is important to them, and a description of what great support looks like for them:- everyone should have one! The one page profile can then be
It helps people work out what they want in their lives and make them feel stronger and more confident. It puts to good use the contributions made from service agencies, to ensure they are based upon what is important to that person, from their own perspective. It requires a fundamental shift of thinking from a “power over” relationship to a “power with” relationship. 1.3 Describe ways the assessment and planning process or
2) Empower youth and families from diverse backgrounds and underserved populations to play a central role in future community planning decisions to ensure strategies are family-driven, youth-guided, and culturally and linguistically competent. Goal 1: Increase awareness and understanding among key audiences about the System of Care approach and its benefits. Audience: *