CU 2666 Promote Person-Centred Approaches in Health and Social Care
1. : For example, we have to respect the choices of the User. If the spiritual believes could
appear not adequate for us, doesn’t mean that we are right and they are wrong. We need to do everything we can for help to promote adequate and good care for this user respecting their choices, independence and privacy.
2. : The Care Plan is our bible. It provide all the information we need to provide the care
that the Users desire. The person is at the centre of our work, this mean we need plan and let the person to maintain their independent. Care Plans need to be review regularly to fulfil the individuals needs.
3.3 : For example when we admin Medications Stop any other activities we are doing, check and read all the information we have (care plan, MAR chart, blister pack ... ) Log in the LogBook. If anything happen, report immediately to line manager, inform ...view middle of the document...
Inform them of the rights that they have. Assisting on searching of more information which that may help them make their decisions. If they would like to make a complaint, inform them the Company policy and help them in making the complaint if necessarily
6.1 : Personal Identity is the way we see our self and is related to our self image. This is important because it we will affect the way we feel about our self ( self esteem )
Personal Identity includes:
Who we are What make us unique What are our values
Physical identity Internal Identity Personals Goals
6.2 : Those can be very different for different reasons but everyone can reach a good level of fulfilment. For someone could be physical or mental health. Is important that everyone knows this fact because will improve well-being and therefore our level or care. For example one person is important be eating a health meal or for another is not important. Or for an individual is important go to church but for other is more appealing watching a TV show.
7.1 : A Risk Assessment will be done depending on the circumstances and surrounding. Like if the user live in the community or live in a care home. The risks are different in those scenarios and different actions need to be taken for make the living area safe.
7.2 : The purpose of risk assessment is to eliminate any risk that may cause harm or loss to both service user and carer worker. However, in relation to the service user is important to remember their human rights are respected. For example the right to choose.
If they are assessed also for a Mental Health Capacity and the outcome show that they are able to decide they are allow to make unwise or eccentric decisions.
However it is important to identify the risk or possible outcomes, inform the Service User which will support to make a decision that will possibly involve taking some risks.
7.3 : Everyone’s circumstances could change over time in better or worse. Is important to identify any furthers changes or risks so the care plan can reflect the person immediate needs. Also people opinions and what they wants may change. Is important to keep the “person centred care approach” in mind all the times and during reviews. Also keep in mind our duty of care.