Bi Write a reflective account detailing an example of how you have, or could have, used a person centred approach in a sensitive or complex situation.The account must contain a description of how person centred values were or could be put into practice in the situation. Suggested word count: 350 – 500 words
1.1 Explain how and why person centered values must influence all aspects of health and social care work:
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
caring and supporting our patients. For us, health and social care workers they are six principles which
Person-Centred Values is an approach that respects and values the uniqueness of the individual, and seeks to maintain or if required, restore their individuality. It means the person whom one supports is able to be involved and included in every aspect of their care and support; and that the care provided should be centred on and around the person, and not just their health or care needs. This is done by creating an environment that promotes the personal worth, uniqueness, and social confidence of the individual, as well as respect, independence and hope. I.e. Person centred values covers the total care of the person.
P1: explain how the applicants of relevant principles and values will enable professionals to provide holistic support for individuals who use social services.
In this discussion, I will first describe attitudes and values that are believed to be most important for effective human services professionals and explain why I think they are important. Furthermore, I will distinguish which of these attitudes and values I carry and which ones I might need to develop or enhance. Lastly, I will disclose and explain how I could strength and develop these attitudes and values then relate it to my position as human services professional.
The care values are a set of rules and guidelines that every care practitioner has to follow in order to provide services to their clients. The overall aim of the standards is to improve client’s quality of life by ensuring that each person gets the care that is most appropriate for them as an individual. The three main care values are Confidentiality, Equality and Diversity and Individual rights and beliefs. By achieving these care values we can improve the quality of care and allow all patients to be treated as an individual with respect.
In my role as a Care Coordinator I understand that building a good relationship with staff, service users, their families and health care professionals is one of the most important aspects of my job role. I need to be aware of service user service users preferred methods of communication and also to support them to use it.
Respect for patient values includes involving patients in plan of care. The plan should be based on a patients personal
Each person, example; nurse, client and physician has a personal set of values. Individuals incorporate personal values n to their lives as a result of observing the behavior and attitudes of parents and teachers and interacting with their cultural, religious, and social environments. Nurses need to know specifically what values they hold about life, health, illness, and death. Values can be either positive or negative. A positive value is a view of what is desirable or how something should be. For example, some nurses value a holistic approach to nursing. Negative values, by contrast, are views of what is undesirable or how something should not be. For example, talking unkindly about clients is considered by many nurses to be undesirable. Professional
Another value that influences my ability to provide care is empathy. I find understanding patients and their disease process or in this case those who are marginalized who may make unreasoned decisions whether it be life style or treatment choices, helps them to feel that I my purpose being there with them is to help them. Sometimes this takes a lot of extra time but it if often
of the most important values to up hold and promote in carrying out person entered care. All health
* recognise that we need to treat all employees/colleagues/service user as individuals and respond to them, and their social identity, in an individual manner
Some of this information will be gathered from the family members or friends and some from professionals. All the individuals are encouraged to express their personal views and preferences regarding all aspects of daily living including the care and support that they receive within the organization and outside resources. Care plans are person centred and are formulated with the input of individuals. All individuals should be encouraged to express their views and opinions. This then can be used for reference and integrated into care plans.