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 ⇒ Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care ⇒ Level 3 Diploma Optional Units ⇒ Unit 319 Understand person-centred thinking and planning ⇒ 3.1 Explain the range of ways to use person-centred thinking, planning and reviews in own role: 3.1 A with individuals 3.1 B as a team member 3.1 C as part of an organisation

3.1 Explain the range of ways to use person-centred thinking, planning and reviews in own role: 3.1 A with individuals 3.1 B as a team member 3.1 C as part of an organisation

Qualification: Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care Optional Units
Unit: Unit 319 Understand person-centred thinking and planning
Learning outcome: 3 Understand own role in person-centred planning
Assessment criteria: 3.1 Explain the range of ways to use person-centred thinking, planning and reviews in own role: 3.1 A with individuals 3.1 B as a team member 3.1 C as part of an organisation

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  • A. With Individuals:
    • Developing One-Page Profiles: Work with individuals to create and update their one-page profiles, capturing key information about their preferences, needs, and how they wish to be supported.
    • Facilitating Person-Centred Reviews: Conduct regular reviews with individuals to assess and update their care and support plans, ensuring they reflect current needs and aspirations.
    • Using Communication Charts: Employ communication charts to better understand and respond to an individual’s unique ways of expressing themselves, enhancing mutual understanding.
    • Implementing Decision-Making Agreements: Support individuals in making their own decisions by establishing clear agreements on how they want to be involved in decision-making processes.
    • Applying Good Day/Bad Day Analysis: Use this tool to identify what contributes to an individual having a good or bad day, then adjust support plans accordingly to maximize their well-being.
  • B. As a Team Member:
    • Promoting Team Reflection: Engage in reflective practices with the team, discussing how person-centred approaches are being implemented and identifying areas for improvement.
    • Sharing Best Practices: Share insights and successful strategies from personal experiences of using person-centred thinking tools with colleagues, fostering a learning environment.
    • Collaborating on Support Plans: Work collaboratively with team members to develop and review multi-disciplinary support plans that reflect the holistic needs of individuals.
    • Encouraging Person-Centred Language: Advocate for the use of positive, person-centred language within the team, reinforcing the importance of seeing the individual first.
    • Supporting Colleagues: Offer support and guidance to colleagues in using person-centred thinking tools and approaches, building team capacity and confidence.
  • C. As Part of an Organisation:
    • Influencing Policy and Practice: Contribute to the development and review of organisational policies and practices to ensure they align with person-centred principles.
    • Participating in Training and Development: Take part in training sessions on person-centred thinking and planning, and encourage others to do the same, enhancing organisational competence.
    • Monitoring and Evaluation: Participate in organisational monitoring and evaluation activities to assess the impact of person-centred approaches on service quality and outcomes.
    • Advocating for Cultural Change: Be an advocate for a person-centred culture within the organisation, encouraging others to embrace and practice person-centred values.
    • Engaging with Stakeholders: Engage with a wide range of stakeholders, including service users, families, and community partners, to gather feedback and insights that can inform person-centred practices at an organisational level.
  • By applying person-centred thinking, planning, and reviews in these ways, individuals can significantly contribute to promoting a person-centred approach within their role, team, and the wider organisation, ultimately enhancing the quality of care and support provided.
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