Information Leaflet About Person Centred Approach
A Definition Of Centred Person Approach
Person Centred Approach ensures that an individual is at the centre of their care and in control of the planning and support, upholding and promoting dignity, choice, individuality, respect, rights and privacy, independence and partnership.
Why It Is Important For Social Care Workers To Work In A Way That Promotes Person Centred Values
It is important for Social Care Workers to work in a way that promotes person centred values because by doing so it promotes individuality , this allows the individual to make their own choices and decisions. This also enables them to understand the consequences as well as the possible risks of such decisions and choice that may relate to their own health and well-being.
A Definition Of The Term Consent
Consent is agreement or permission to do or allow something
An Explanation Of Why Social Care Workers Must Gain The Consent Of The Individual When They Are Providing Care Or Support
Consent helps to promote dignity, stops abuse, and allows the individual to make their own choices . It is essential for people not only to give their consent, but also to fully understand what they are consenting to, and the implications of this. . People have become more comfortable with the idea of being asked for their views and consent. If no consent is given then you cannot proceed with the care. It is illegal to carry out a task without consent, or to put pressure on the person and go against their wishes. Consent can be implied verbal or written. Gaining consent protects both the carer and the person against legal challenges.
A Description of how A Social Care Worker Might Gain The Consent Of The Individual
You can establish consent for an activity or action by asking for permission from the person you wish to establish consent from, when asking the involved party you must also inform them of any risks and benefits of...