EXPLAIN PERSON CENTRED APPROACHES Person-centred is about providing care and support that is centred or focused on the individual and their needs. We are all individual and just because two people might have the same medical condition, e.g. dementia, doesn't mean that they require the same care and support. To work in a person centred way you have to develop a clear understanding about the individuals you are supporting. This includes their needs, their culture, their means of communication, their likes and dislikes, their family and other professionals’ involvement so you can promote and provide person centred care and support.
Unit 207 Task A Ai) Person centered values means treating the clients as individuals making sure that they are being treated with dignity and respect, making sure that they have there privacy, and that they have their independence, we need to make sure to give clients a choice of different things and that they have a right to choose them, we also need to recognise that working with professionals is partnership not a relationship. Aii) It is important for care workers because we want to treat our clients as individuals and they way you want to be treated. The main reason why it is important is because it is a law requirement, they come from different acts such as, Human Rights Act 1998, Health and Social Care Act 2008 and the Codes of Practice. Care Quality Commission got the essentials standards from the Health and Social Care Act. If the person centered value are all being followed correctly then the clients should feel happy and content.
Unit 4222-226 Gain access to the homes of individuals, deal with emergencies and ensure security on departure 1.1 Access information about general requirements for entering and leaving individuals’ homes It is important to know the information about accessing a client’s home. For instance do we ring the bell or are there a key safe or any risks when entering the property. More important is that we keep this information safe so that the house is not accessible for strangers. Always keep a client safe so make sure when leaving the property the house is secure. 1.2.
If someone would like to talk to a professional, you need to make sure they have privacy. Supporting independence Supporting people’s independence is very important as you need them to do as much as they can for themselves. You need to not take over and allow them to do it themselves as they would in their own homes. Allowing patients to have their independence and monitoring them whilst they do their day to day activities allows you to see how they get on with
You are not there just to meet their physical needs but to maintain their sense of wellbeing. This involves establishing a relationship with the person, involving respect and trust. You should be listening to the individual, despite any difficulties, understand their emotional needs and preferences and learn about their history. Doing this helps maintain the individuals identity, independence and self esteem. 3.
It must be assumed that they have the capacity to do so, unless it has been proven otherwise. It also states people should be support in making their own decisions. As broad principle consent should be gained for all activity, even if you wanted to plump someone’s pillows, you should gain consent. It is essential that people not only give their consent but also fully understand what they are consenting to and the implications of this. Consent can be implied, verbal, informed or written.
Mr Mistery may want to stay at home to keep hes independence, he may not want to be looked after by hes family. He may of lived a very long happy life in hes home and doesnt want anything to chance. Some people just prefare to stay private and not want to be made a fuss of. Cv. You must obtain their permission and then you must get them to express as exactly as possible what help they reckon they need.
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.
Integrity means being trustworthy, reliable, and decent in our dealings with others. It means being true to ourselves. When we are guided by integrity our actions align with our principles; our thoughts and words are in sync with each other. It becomes the basis for our reputation as well as our self-esteem. Integrity does not mean being perfect, but rather having high moral principles and being trusted in our actions as well as our words.
Also to be aware of the diversity and needs of your patients and identify areas where needs could be better satisfied and where the diversity of patients could be improved. This is where the training improves my ability because it is for me to action the hospital’s written equality, diversity and inclusion policy and make sure that I work within the guidelines set. Understand support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care 2.1 Describe dilemmas that may arise between the duty of care and individual’s right. In the healthcare profession we always try to give the best service which we can and ensure that people are happy with the service that we provide but sometimes dilemmas occur as we don’t always agree with everyone. Unfortunately having codes of conduct/procedures etc do not always match the wishes of the person.