with individuals - It is about finding out what is important to the person and helping them to turn their choices into reality. By listening and working with the person and their families in partnership to help this happen. It is part of your role to support the person to make their own choices and to ensure that these choices are heard and recorded to form the basis of their care plan. You should then support
There are four main approaches to person centred practice, “Pathway” planning, “Maps” planning, “Person centred portfolios” (otherwise known as “Essential Lifestyle Planning”) and “Personal Future Planning.” Discussion will prove that “ each shares characteristics that explicitly emphasise the personal empowerment of service users, in which the principal direction for support generates from those for whom planning is being carried out.”(Langley, 2001) However the use different formats means that each approach focuses on different aspects and my comparison will note strengths and weaknesses, and how they are designed for implementation in different scenarios of person centred practice and planning.
The goal that I established to address the element of weakness will address the need for an increase in individual student planning, specifically related to career readiness and success as well as post-secondary options. This goal addresses the attributes of a SMART goal in the following ways: Specific – I will develop and implement three classroom guidance lessons that cover the importance of career planning, the different career paths,
1.1 Explain what person-centred thinking is, and how it relates to person-centred reviews and person centred planning.
Person centred planning is a set of approaches designed to assist someone plan their life with support. It is most often used as a model to enable people with disabilities or otherwise requiring support to increase their personal self determination and improve their own independence. It discovers and acts on what is important to the person.
Person centred theory came from Carl Rogers who believed in being warm, genuine and understanding make a difference in clients’ condition and its improvement. Believes and values are very important in person centred thinking and planning. Carl Rogers identified three main core conditions that have a significant influence when supporting vulnerable people, which are an unconditional positive regard, empathy and congruence. However, later on he expands his list to a six core conditions in total.
People should be in control of their own plans and the planning process is a key way of ensuring that they are at the centre of any support provided.” (Nolan, 156)
One of the most difficult obstacles in achieving personal self-development is the lack of a good action plan. It is not a difficult task, but requires learning to be efficiently executed. The result should be an effective practise to reach my goal. This is done by the inclusion of an Action Plan, which will assist in reaching my goal and narrow my focus and drive to achieve that goal. To enable me to create an Action Plan, I first need to list particulars of thing needed to do to accomplish my goal. This is done by
Person-centred planning is used to support an individual based on their needs placing that individuals at the centre of a service/s. This is done to ensure that any individual using a service is always fully involved in decisions that may affect any or all aspects of their lives.
Person centred planning can be a life changing, enriching experience and is now evidenced based practice. Recent research ( Robertson et al, 2005 ) has shown that person centred planning is associated with benefits for individuals and led to significant changes in the areas of social networks, contact with family, contact with friends, community based activities, scheduled day activities and levels of choice.
This chapter was very interesting explaining how exploring foundation knowledge of program planning is evaluated. Program planning is examined in five ways, adult learning, cultural differences, relationship building, power and interests, and technology. Knowing how adults learn and how to operate a constructed program that will connect with all adults. Adult programs consist of continuing education, psychology, sociology, anthropology, neurosciences, and cultural studies (Caffarella & Daffron, 2013). Adult education is a field that mature students returns to college and choose as a major. Adult learning discusses different programs that adult learners may be interested in continuing their education. Today there is many programs that adults can experience and learn about to help them decided how to continue their education in life.
As consumers enter the program they go through a specific process. The final process after the intake interview has been completed is the Individualized Support Planning (ISP). What exactly is an ISP? According to the Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee (2011),
Before Alive gets started in pursuing her goals, she needs to make sure that all of her goals follow the S.M.A.R.T. planning model. The first step Alice would have to take is to define her goals. One of her first steps would be to list out each of her goals and specify what she will do to accomplish her goals and how she will go about executing her goals. After specifying her goals, Alice needs to figure out how she will measure her goals out. She should
Planning is not only about knowing what to do, when to do and who will do it, but it is also about defining the path towards attaining the