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 ⇒ Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care ⇒ Level 3 Diploma Optional Units ⇒ Unit 319 Understand person-centred thinking and planning ⇒ 5.4 Use information from a person-centred review to start a person-centred plan

5.4 Use information from a person-centred review to start a person-centred plan

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: 5.4 Use information from a person-centred review to start a person-centred plan

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  • Person-Centred Review Findings:
    • Likes and Dislikes: The individual enjoys spending time outdoors and dislikes crowded places.
    • Strengths: They have excellent communication skills and a talent for painting.
    • Support Needs: They require assistance with meal preparation and managing finances.
    • Aspirations: They express a desire to learn new cooking recipes and to exhibit their artwork at a local gallery.
  • Using this Information to Start a Person-Centred Plan:
  • Goals Setting:
    • Short-term Goal: Improve cooking skills by learning three new recipes over the next three months.
    • Long-term Goal: Exhibit artwork at a local gallery within the next year.
  • Support Strategies:
    • Arrange for cooking classes or workshops to help the individual learn new recipes.
    • Provide assistance with meal planning and grocery shopping to support their cooking goals.
    • Connect the individual with local art groups or galleries to explore opportunities for showcasing their artwork.
    • Offer budgeting support and financial management resources to address their support needs.
  • Community Engagement:
    • Identify outdoor spaces and nature trails where the individual can enjoy spending time.
    • Explore quieter local events and activities that align with their preferences to avoid crowded places.
    • Facilitate connections with community groups or clubs related to painting or outdoor activities to enhance social engagement.
  • Communication and Decision-Making:
    • Involve the individual in decision-making processes related to their goals and support needs.
    • Use their excellent communication skills to actively engage them in discussions about their preferences and aspirations.
  • Regular Reviews and Monitoring:
    • Schedule regular check-ins to review progress towards goals and adjust support strategies as needed.
    • Seek feedback from the individual to ensure the plan remains person-centred and responsive to their evolving needs and aspirations.
  • By incorporating information gathered from the person-centred review into the development of the person-centred plan, the plan becomes tailored to the individual’s unique preferences, strengths, and goals. This ensures that support strategies are meaningful, relevant, and effective in helping the individual achieve their desired outcomes.
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