1. Understand the principles of person-centred assessment and care planning.
The holistic approach is very important in the assessing and planning of care and support because the implementing and planning focuses on a specific problem area and takes in consideration all aspects that can affect an individual. These aspects are best broken down as: social; environmental; physical; psychological and spiritual.
It is a good practice to acknowledge, support and respect any significant contribution made by an individual, irrespective of how small it may seem. I would further support individuals by describing how the documents are used, the care plans assessment forms which are user friendly (they are easy to read) and any picture symbols that helps their understanding. It is important to identify and record abilities as well as more obvious needs, in order to assist the individual to develop a fully supportive and effective care plan. All assessment must take into account the cultural, religious and other beliefs systems of the individual.
2. Be able to facilitate person-centred assessment.
Establishing care with the individual, detailing the assessment process in a partnership approaching, others may include carers friends, relatives, professionals and others which are important to the individual wellbeing. A care plan may also be known by other names, such as a support, individual plan or care delivery a true document where day to day requirements and preferences for the individual care.
The assessment process, when being carried out, is best explained to the individual to let them know what is about to be carried out and how. The objective data, this is obtained from the individual by way of a physical examination. Subjective data, this comes from the testimony of the patient regarding health and history and body review.
Physical assessment requires systematic procedures, which is best explained in simple terms. The individual is likely to feel better if they know what is happening. Such information also tends to develop trust between the assessor and patient.
However the physical assessment process involves a well organised systematic approach to performing from the outset going through with the patient demographic information, including name, address, age race and religion thus marking the beginning the start of the assessment.
2.3 Agreed with and others the intended outcomes of the assessment process and care plan
Excellent practice reflects proficient agreement with the individual and others. The care process demonstrated by skilful assessment, diagnosed, planning, outcome, identification, intervention and evaluation.
The assessment process provides the framework that directs the care planning in the application to a specific individual situation to define its boundaries and to use the care plan process to co-ordinate care across the need to discipline the need to develop strong assessment skills, prioritising the individual needs predicts achieveablemeasurable intended client outcomes.
2.4 Ensures that assessment takes account of the individual’s strength and aspiration as well as need
Ensuring that the assessment takes account of the individual’s strength and aspirations, is by addressing to everyone that has access to the right information, advice and advocacy to make good decisions about the support they need, deciding on the plans action, the assessment and implementation to identify the situations for each. Access to information for their care, to help with decision making, to their strengths.
Working together with the individual thus providing to support them to translate their aspirations into timely and quality services which meet their needs; enabling choice and controls, are cost effective.
Engaging individuals and from levels of the organisation to have shared conversations and input on strategy.
2.5 Work with the individual and others to identify...
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