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 ⇒ Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care ⇒ Level 3 Diploma Optional Units ⇒ Unit 319 Understand person-centred thinking and planning ⇒ 4.2 Describe what other person-centred thinking tools would be useful in own life

4.2 Describe what other person-centred thinking tools would be useful in own life

Qualification: Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care Optional Units
Unit: Unit 319 Understand person-centred thinking and planning
Learning outcome: 4 Be able to apply person-centred planning in relation to own life
Assessment criteria: 4.2 Describe what other person-centred thinking tools would be useful in own life

  • One-Page Profile: Summarises personal values, likes, dislikes, and how best to support oneself in various contexts (e.g., work, personal relationships, health). It helps clarify personal priorities and communicate these effectively to others.
  • Good Day/Bad Day Analysis: Identifies what factors contribute to having a good or bad day, aiding in understanding triggers and preferences. This can guide adjustments in daily routines or strategies to increase the frequency of good days.
  • Important To/Important For: Balances what is personally important with what is necessary for well-being (e.g., enjoying hobbies vs. completing work tasks). It helps in making informed decisions that align with both personal desires and responsibilities.
  • Communication Chart: Outlines preferred methods of communication and how to express needs or feelings in different situations. Useful for enhancing relationships and ensuring one’s needs are understood by others.
  • Relationship Circle: Maps out the relationships in one’s life, categorising them by closeness and influence. This tool can help in identifying support networks and areas where relationships can be strengthened or developed.
  • Decision-Making Agreements: Clarifies how decisions are made in various aspects of life (e.g., financial, health, career) and who is involved in these decisions. It ensures a structured approach to making choices that respect personal values and involve the right level of support.
  • Dreams and Goals: Encourages setting personal aspirations and defining steps to achieve them. This tool is crucial for personal growth and maintaining motivation by having clear, actionable objectives.
  • Life Story Work: Compiles significant life events, experiences, and influences into a narrative. It aids in self-reflection, understanding how past experiences shape current behaviours and preferences, and identifying future directions.
  • Health and Well-being Profile: Details personal health needs, preferences for care, and strategies to maintain or improve health. Essential for managing health proactively, it can guide discussions with healthcare providers to ensure care is aligned with personal preferences.
  • Utilising these person-centred thinking tools in one’s own life can enhance self-awareness, improve decision-making, and foster a more fulfilling and balanced life by ensuring that actions and supports are closely aligned with personal values, needs, and aspirations.

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