It gives service users the tools to be empowered to voice their opinions on the type of care they would like. It in the care setting an environment that encourages the practice of the care values with all the service users as individuals. Active participation is an approach that respects and values the individuality of the service user. It seeks to maintain the service users individuality. It ensures that the care provider promotes in a care setting an environment that encourages the practice of the care values with all of the service users as individuals.
Person-centered values provide a foundation on which we can base and build our practice. We need to understand what the values are, how we can promote them and why they are important. A value is simply what is important in the life of the person we are supporting. These are the person centered values; Individuality, rights, choices, privacy, independence, dignity, respect, partnership, equal opportunities. 1.2 person centered values are important with care plans as Care planning is all about improving the lives of those who receive care.
Their plan must be based on what they truly like, what they believe and the values they practices. 1.4 - Explain how the beliefs and values on which person-centred thinking is based differs from assessment and other approaches to planning. Some decisions may include decisions from professionals and specialists. Examples are their psychiatrist, doctor, social workers and others. Their views might not be needed to be considered but the decisions made by these professionals are for their best interest.
Unit 517.1 Person centred practice is the process by which the approach of care is purposely designed to assist a service user to help plan their life with support. It is a very important process and is used to enable individuals with learning difficulties and disabilities as a way to increase their independence and self-determination. The term 'person-centred care' does exactly what it says - it essentially places the person at the heart of everything that the care worker and the care setting do. The individual's needs and emotions are the focal point, and any difficulties are resolved in the individual’s best interests. It places the person at the centre of all - thinking, discussions, processes and procedures.
Person-Centred Care is an approach to care that respects and values the uniqueness of the individual, and seeks to maintain, even restore, their individuality. We do this by creating an environment that promotes personal worth and uniqueness, social confidence, respect, truthfulness, independence, engagement and hope 1.2 It is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values because, I believe that the person centred values is a process of continual learning and listening, acting in alliance with their family and friends and focusing on what is really important to someone today and in the future. It is important so we may able to assist people in saying what is important and we could help them to take control of their lives. 2.1The more you know the more you are capable of assisting. You can't help people if you don't know their needs or wants.
Encouraging people to be independent even if they choose riskier option. Giving them dignity and respect in all aspects of their life. When implementing all the above the carer has created productive environment and the professional relationship has changed into more equal partnership. 2. Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person centred values (1.1.2)
Support Individuals with a learning disability to access healthcare Outcome 1 A rights based approach means to treat all with the values of fairness, equality, dignity, respect and autonomy, values which are also at the core of quality health and social care. Some of the reasons why a rights-based approach to health and social care is considered to be best practice are that it supports health and social care staff in meeting their professional ethical obligations; it also improves the decision-making processes and enhances the health and well-being of all service users. The rights base approach also sends a message to society that people with disabilities are first and foremost equal persons with human rights. If an individual was unable to give consent regarding any treatment a best interests decision would be made on behalf of the individual by the individual involved in their immediate care which can be a support worker, social services or doctor. The individual should be given all of the relevant information surrounding the medication or treatment which they require.
To GROW in the relationship formed through communication. People communicate to get to know each other, MAINTAIN the relationship and KEEP the relationship for longer time Professional relationships are built on respect, trust and good communication. Communicating clearly and understandably with one another is a professional requirements and the code of practice – bind you to deliver a certain standard of service and behaviour. Aii Explain how effective communication can affect relationships in an adult social care setting between: In relationships, the building of TRUST and understanding between people makes it easier to get things done through effective communication. Colleagues and other professionals: Working as part of a team, is working alongside colleagues and share a workload.
One is knowing the service user as an individual. To enable this, first of all staff need to build up a good rapport with a service user, this can be established in many different ways. Once a good relationship is built up you can know the service user as an individual. Another way is by developing a personalised care plan; this involves preferences, wishes and needs. This approach enables you to get to know a service user and get to know in which way they would like to be cared for.
I have to act in the person’s best interest but instead of encouraging them to avoid risks I have to support them and enable them to taking part in activities. I have to act in the individuals best interest, keep them safe, carry out risk assessments, promote informed choices but also respect their decision and right to live their life as they choose. If the risk seems great to me I would document it and discuss the matter with my manager. Another area where duty of care dilemmas may arise are confidentiality issues. When a confidential information is shared with me and it concerns safeguarding and there is a possibility of harm or someone’s wellbeing is threathened I might have to make a decision and disclose this information.