5.1 Agree the monitoring process for a support plan: a. time, b. people, c. budget, d. compliance with regulators’ standards

Qualification: Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care
Unit: Facilitate support planning to ensure positive outcomes for individuals and to support well being
Learning outcome: Be able to facilitate a person centered review of support plans in partnership with the individual and others
Assessment criteria: 5.1 Agree the monitoring process for a support plan: a. time, b. people, c. budget, d. compliance with regulators’ standards

  • To assure quality, a monitoring process should be put in place for a support plan
  • Time – this may mean regular monthly reviews to discuss progess and any changes that need to be made
  • People – it should be agreed with the individual beforehand who will be involved in support plan reviews. This could include their family, advocate and other health/care professionals
  • Budget – care should be taken to ensure that services are provided within budgetary constraints
  • Compliance with regulator’s standards
    • Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014: Regulation 9 – individuals must have the mental capacity to consent to their support plan
    • Care Act 2014 – a review of a new support plan should take place within 6-8 works of a service commencing, a stable support plan should be reviewed to later than every 12 months

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