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 ⇒ Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care ⇒ Level 3 Diploma Optional Units ⇒ Unit 319 Understand person-centred thinking and planning ⇒ 5.1 Demonstrate the person-centred thinking and styles of person-centred planning that can be used to help individuals move towards their dreams

5.1 Demonstrate the person-centred thinking and styles of person-centred planning that can be used to help individuals move towards their dreams

Qualification: Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care Optional Units
Unit: Unit 319 Understand person-centred thinking and planning
Learning outcome: 5 Be able to implement person-centred thinking, planning and reviews
Assessment criteria: 5.1 Demonstrate the person-centred thinking and styles of person-centred planning that can be used to help individuals move towards their dreams

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  • To assist individuals in moving towards their dreams using person-centred thinking and planning styles, the following approaches can be particularly effective:
  • PATH (Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope):
    • Start with the individual’s dream or end goal.
    • Visualise the dream through drawing or mapping.
    • Work backward to identify the steps required to achieve the dream.
    • Establish short-term and long-term actions, involving the individual in every step.
  • MAPS (Making Action Plans):
    • Begin by exploring the individual’s story, focusing on their strengths, talents, and past successes.
    • Identify the individual’s dream and create a map that outlines the vision for achieving this dream.
    • Involve family, friends, and other support networks in the planning process to ensure a holistic approach.
  • One-Page Profile:
    • Create a one-page profile that highlights the individual’s strengths, interests, and the support they need to move towards their dreams.
    • Use this profile to communicate the individual’s aspirations and how others can support them effectively.
  • Dreams and Goals:
    • Facilitate sessions where the individual can freely express their dreams and aspirations.
    • Break down these dreams into achievable goals and specific steps.
    • Regularly review and adjust the goals as the individual progresses.
  • Important To/Important For:
    • Balance what is important to the individual (their dreams and what makes them happy) with what is important for them (their health, safety, and well-being).
    • Use this balance to guide decision-making and planning.
  • Working/Not Working Analysis:
    • Together with the individual, identify what aspects of their current situation are helping or hindering their progress towards their dreams.
    • Use this analysis to make informed changes and adaptations to their plan.
  • Community Mapping:
    • Identify community resources, groups, and activities that align with the individual’s dreams.
    • Use this map to connect the individual with these resources, enhancing their support network and opportunities.
  • Decision-Making Agreements:
    • Establish clear agreements on how decisions related to pursuing the individual’s dreams will be made, including who will be involved and how the individual’s voice will be prioritised.
  • These person-centred thinking tools and planning styles not only help individuals articulate and visualise their dreams but also create a structured, supportive pathway towards achieving them. Through active participation, reflection, and the support of their network, individuals can make significant strides towards realising their aspirations.
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