Self-esteem and Care Plan
UNDERSTAND PERSON CENTRED APPROACHES IN AN ADULT SOCIAL CARE SETTING
TASK B – SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS
Bi Describe two ways of finding out about the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual using the service.
* By asking the individual at their initial assessment, a full history should be taken as part of their care plan
* By referring to past notes from social care workers, GP's and family
Bii Describe two ways of making sure that the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual using the service are recognised in a support plan.
* By regular evaluation and updating of their care plan
* By discussing it with the individual and any involved family
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* Being clear to Marcus about his choices will help him make an informed choice, I would advise a visit to the supported housing so that Marcus has the opportunity to see the different experiences available to him. Talking to others there will also help Marcus choose as to whether its the right decision for him. He will probably experience situations outside of his comfort zone but then will also have the opportunity to build new friendships and gain positive experiences. Marcus is aware of how his life is at home and will need lots of encouragement to try something new.
Cii Explain why it is important that you do not let your own view influence Marcus' final decision.
* What we feel is right for Marcus may not be what he chooses to do, we have to be non judgemental about his choices and decisions whilst talking through any concerns he and his family may have. We should remain positive about his choice as our role is to always support the clients view.
Mr Mistry has recently been discharged from hospital after a serious fall. He wants to continue living at home, but there is some pressure from his family to move in with them, or into a supported environment. .They believe they have the support of the medical profession in this.
Ciii Explain how a