(1)Define the term Personalisation
The definition of Personalisation means that every person receiving support either provided by the government or funded by him or herself will have choice and control in what they would like their care to be.
(2)Describe the relationship between rights/choice and Personalisation
The individual get their rights from legislation, human rights, and equalityrights. Under this legislation the individuals have the right to make their own choices i.e. social activities, intellectual activities, spiritualpersonal care, speciality activities, creative activities, physical activities. Personalisation starts with the person and their individual circumstances rather than the service. This means that the choices offered must not be limited to what the service decides to provide. (3)What Legislation/Policies nationally and locally support Personalisation From the beginning of the 19th century we have had policy/legalisation on personalisation these are some of them. Legalisations: - the white paper 2010, The white paper 2007, department of health booklet putting people first and personal budgets –to have more choice and flexibility. The mental capacity act was passed in 2005 this sets out a framework for supporting people to make their own decisions.The green paper (2005)
Policy: -Code of practice for social care workers and code of practice for employers of social care workers (2004), common Assessment Framework for Adults (2010), Personalisation through person centred planning (2010), Putting people first (2007) Living well with Dementia: a national dementia strategy (2009), prioritising need in the context of putting people first a whole system approach to eligibility for social care: guidance on eligibility criteria for adult social care (2010).
(4)Explain what are Direct Payments and Individual Budgets and what impact they have on commissioning services
Individual budgets and Direct payments is a means-tested cash payment made in the place of regular social care to the individual who has been assessed as needing support. Those who are eligible can choose to take a direct payment and arrange their own support. With a help of a care manager, family, friends or social worker. The impact this has that the client becomes the employer they can decide what they want and need. (5)Describe how Personalisation affects the power between the individual and those providing support
Personalisation affects the power between the individual and those providing support because the client becomes the employer and is more in control of making their own decisions. (6)Explain the terms Person Centred Thinking, Person Centred Planning and Person Centred Approaches and how these support Personalisation
Person centred thinking is a set of values, skills and tools by the individuals in the personalisation of services who need support or health care. Person Centred Planning is for the Individuals with learning disabilities, Person Centred Planning also means that the person is at the centre, family and friends are full partners, Person Centred Planning concentrates on what is important now and in their future and specifies the support they require to live there life in the way they wish. The Person Centred Approach is there to help the individuals live as independently as possible to have the right to choose to control the services that they need and to have access to both wider public, community services and employment and education. They are all there to help the individuals to be more in control of what they what, need and their dreams and we as health and social care workers can help fulfil them. Examples of Person Centred Approaches are Dementia Care Mapping- giving people a real voice, is a process that helps the social care worker observe life through the eyes of a person with Dementia. It involves watching someone unobtrusively over an extended...