Understand Person-Centred Approaches in Adult Social Care Settings Essay

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Assignment 305 Understand person centred approaches in adult social care settings Task A Ai See poster. Aii One day this will be you. The values that we all hold may be communal, our family ties, religious beliefs or our political leanings, or they may be individual, but at the end of the day they are ours. They are the things that define our personality and the things that create the person we show to the world. These values may change over time but they never leave us. When we come into a care setting, these values do not change, we will not become someone different just because our circumstances have changed. These are the things that need to be documented to help those who are now our carers to provide the support that will help us to continue to be the people we were before our admission into care. When a person come into our care home they will be a person who needs our support and not an illness or disease with a body attached. When someone is admitted to the home, see the person and not the problem. The problem is there or the person would not be in the home, but how we do it will make the difference between the person feeling better or not. How we approach the person will make the difference between a happy stay in our establishment and a bad one. Our actions and attitude can make the difference between a good day and a bad one. When we create our plans of care, see the person, treat the problem and plan for the future, because this will influence the outcome of any care you provide. Always think, a person centred approach to the care you give, because one day the person needing the care will be you. Aiii See poster. Aiv Do you know who you are? A daft question you might think OK, lets ask another question, do you know who your service users are? Are they “Ressies” or a “feeders” ? Tell me
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