Principles are based on values, principles are basic guidelines about the right way to behave i.e. your own personal code of conduct.
Holistic care focuses on educating the person so that they can take responsibility for achieving balance and wellbeing in their life. It promotes a belief in the ability of clients to control or at least participate in the planning of their lives if given the necessary knowledge, skills and support.
Working with clients in a holistic approach requires you to look at the person from a whole-of-life perspective, including:
• Emotional support
• Health and mental health
• Legal issues.
A vital part of the importance of principles and values is support planning, which means ensuring that individual needs are planned for and resources are put in place. The application of relevant principles and values will enable professionals to provide holistic support for individuals who use social services such as promoting tolerance and having a positive attitude, for example crossing your arms does not look welcoming which will make the user feel uneasy, this will make it difficult for the professional to establish a good relationship.
Values health and social care workers should apply to provide holistic support for individuals are dignity, independence and health and safety. People who require health care, particularly long-term health care, may feel like their