•the individual is treated has an individual
•the individual is supported to exercise choice
•ensure the individual have privacy if they want it
•support the individual to be as independent as possible
•treat all individuals with dignity and respect
To ensure the above is followed will influence all aspect of health and social care it is important to ensure that all individuals are treated as such and person- centred care should ensure this. Evaluate the use of care plan in applying person-centred values Care plans are the basis for how social care and support services are delivered. The most important part of the plan is the outcome that the individual wants to achieve; the whole of the plan is geared to making progress towards these outcomes. One of the key ways in which care plans reflect person-centred values is that the service provider does not structure services around what the providers do in order for individuals to receive services. But instead, are structured around 'outcomes'- what the individual receiving the service as achieved. This means that when planning for delivering service using person-centred values, we should think about the outcomes the individual wants to achieve and work towards it by working with the individual to ensure that the services are...