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 ⇒ Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care ⇒ Level 3 Diploma Optional Units ⇒ Unit 319 Understand person-centred thinking and planning ⇒ 4.4 Evaluate which person-centred thinking tools or person-centred planning styles could be used to think more about own future aspirations

4.4 Evaluate which person-centred thinking tools or person-centred planning styles could be used to think more about own future aspirations

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: 4.4 Evaluate which person-centred thinking tools or person-centred planning styles could be used to think more about own future aspirations

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  • To focus on future aspirations and how to achieve them, leveraging person-centred thinking tools and planning styles can be highly effective. Here are some that could be particularly useful:
  • PATH (Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope): A visual planning tool that starts with the end goal or dream and works backward to create a detailed action plan. PATH is ideal for setting long-term aspirations and breaking down the steps needed to achieve them.
  • MAPS (Making Action Plans): Focuses on mapping out an individual’s story, including their dreams, what people appreciate about them, and developing a vision for the future. MAPS is useful for holistic planning that incorporates personal strengths and community resources.
  • Dreams and Goals: Explicitly designed to identify personal aspirations, setting both short-term and long-term goals. This tool helps in clarifying what you want to achieve and considering practical steps towards these goals.
  • One-Page Profile: While typically used to summarize key information about a person, a one-page profile can also focus on future aspirations, highlighting personal strengths, interests, and the support needed to pursue these goals.
  • Important To/Important For: Balances what is personally important (aspirations and desires) with what is important for maintaining well-being (such as health, safety, and responsibilities). This tool can help prioritize actions that align with achieving future aspirations while ensuring well-being.
  • Decision-Making Agreements: Useful for planning future goals that may require significant decisions, outlining how and who will be involved in these decisions, especially for choices that have a major impact on life directions.
  • Working/Not Working Analysis: Evaluating current strategies, activities, and routines to identify what is conducive to achieving future aspirations and what may be hindering progress. This analysis can inform adjustments needed to better align with future goals.
  • Community Mapping: Identifying community resources, networks, and opportunities that can support achieving future aspirations. This tool can reveal new avenues for growth, learning, and support within the community.
  • By applying these person-centred thinking tools and planning styles, you can develop a structured, reflective approach to setting and pursuing future aspirations. They offer a way to visualize goals, identify resources and supports needed, and create actionable plans that are aligned with personal values and preferences.
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