Unit 4222 373 Support Person Centred Thinking And Planning LD302
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Unit 4222-373 Support person-centred thinking and planning (LD 302)
Outcome 1 Understand the principles and practice of person-centred thinking, planning and reviews,
1 Explain what person-centred thinking is, and how it relates to person-centred reviews and person-centred planning - This is when you as a carer must find a balance between what is important from and for the person. Person-centred planning is when you have to reflect on their capabilities and what support they may require now and in the future so that they can play an active part in their community. So services should be delivered in a way the person chooses not them being slotted into gaps to suit others.
2 Explain the benefits of using person-centred thinking with…show more content… 5. The plan results in ongoing listening, learning and further action - Person-centred planning should not be a one of event. It has taught us that everyone has a future regardless of any disabilities. It is about listening and learning and finding solutions to help people and ensure they have the kind of life they would like to live not being labelled and put into boxes and forgot about.
7 Describe the role of the manager in implementing person-centred thinking and planning
The manager should have policies and procedures and planning documents in place for person-centred strategies. This is to make sure that staff, have the proper training. The manager should monitor and review things regularly.
8 Explain how this relates to the role of a facilitator – the facilitator should have a good understanding of their role through training and procedures to follow.
Outcome 3 Understand own role in person-centred planning
1 explain the range of ways to use person-centred thinking, planning and reviews in own role 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