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Identifying Individual Needs

Have a strong emphasis on identifying the needs of an individual and creating well thought out plans that will deliver the right outcomes. This process starts at the time of an individual’s initial assessment, is on-going and is continually monitored and reviewed.
The individual is always at the centre of the planning process.

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Once the individual is happy with the service, a Care Plan is developed in partnership with them, their carer and the referring and purchasing bodies

The Care Support Plan clearly identifies all of the individual’s needs, how these will be met and covers aspects such as health, independent living skills, personal safety, communication, equal opportunities and personal care.

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Daily Support Plans are developed from the Care Plan and form the basis for the achieving quality outcomes. These plans are produced for every need identified within the individual’s care plan and provide staff with specific guidance on how to provide effective support.

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The Person Centred Support provided to each individual reflects their choices, dreams and aspirations.

From the initial assessment, the individual is supported and encouraged to be part of the planning process and takes an active role in any decision’s to be made. Family, friends
and professionals are also encouraged to be actively involved in the process of setting goals
and reviewing progress.

Care plan’s Daily Support Plans and Daily diaries are produced in easy read formats enabling the individual to take an active role in agreeing the components of these.

Working in a person-centred way enables individuals to reflect on the support they receive, be involved in decisions about how support is provided and ultimately develop as individuals.