1.1 A person centred approach is when you take into account the care and support an individual may need or require and the quality in which u provide it. It assists people in the care sector in finding out what is important to that person and enhances the relationship that you are then able to build up by following there wants and needs. 1.2 It is important to ensure you follow the person centred plan so that you are offering the best quality of care to each individual service user. This then influences the way that you deliver the service and how you adapt it to each person differently. 1.3 By following an individual’s values gives you the chance to offer the best quality of care as you are meeting all the wants and needs of the individual service user. This reduces stress and strain on the individual as they feel that you have actually taken the time to read about them and there wants and want makes them happy or unhappy.
2.1 If you are going to take the time to sit down with a person 1-1 and talk to them about their life gives them the opportunity to have an input in the care plan which you will write on their behalf. It lets them tell you what makes them happy, what their likes and dislikes are, what their interests are etc. and including all this in there care plan reduces any stress and upset on that individual person as they are able to give you all the information required to keep them as happy and as comfortable as possible. 2.2 By using the care plan you can find out what it is that could possibly diffuse a situation if an individual gets agitated for instance they may be expressing a want or need that you are not understanding at that time but by looking in the care plan it should state what it is that the individual is trying to communicate to you thus diffusing and calming the situation down by knowing what it is they want and letting them have/do it. 2.3 A care plan is there to assist you in improving the lives and care that an individual person receives. It is so important to aid in achieving the highest possible care for the individual, their families and of course the staff that all rely upon them. Wherever possible the individual should always have input in there care plans and PCP so that they are able to include everything they want to about their life history, qualities, likes and dislikes etc. It assists the service user in ensuring that their choices and human rights are always upheld. 2.4 It is important to monitor the individual care plans regularly as things can change so quickly with that person that anything that is written in the care plan can be in need of updating so that it reduces the risk of stress or upset in the case of out of date information on the individual person.
3.1 This basically means what is the individual’s ability to understand information that they need to use when making a decision. There are many things that can contribute to this such as disease, mental illness, disability, etc. 3.2 There is the use of consent forms which are the most uses way of getting consent from somebody whether it be for an activity, medical procedure or something else. You may have to explain to the user what the need is and then see if they are willing to sign. You can also achieve verbal consent from someone but should have a witness as proof of said consent. 3.3 If the individual concerned is unable to give consent then a best interest meeting should ideally be held so that everybody involved in that persons care can come together to make an informed decision on their behalf. If it is relating to a more pressing issue like a life threatening condition, then the family or carers should discuss it with the people involved to come to the best decision as quickly as possible. OUTCOME 4
4.1 It is about offering the service user the chance to achieve things for themselves. Even something as simple as putting on their socks by...
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