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Unit 9-Care planning and values, session 6
Transcript of Unit 9-Care planning and values, session 6
Types of assessment
Support Planning Cycle
Types of assessment:
are driven by the availability of resources from a particular service or area.
This is often referred to as the postcode lottery.
For example, an older person who has become frail and is losing their confidence might be offered a cheaper place in a day centre that would meet their social needs, but a sitting service might be more appropriate for both the individual and their informal carer.
Recap last week
What did we do?
Small 4 groups. Discuss the scenario.
Split in 4 little groups.
Mary, Jack, Frank and records.
Read the scenario given and decide steps and actions you would take to maintain confidentiality.
Think why is confidentiality important.
Unit 9 - Care planning and values
- We all think and plan in our own lives in different ways.
- However, sometimes it is useful to plan in a structured way.
- This is very important when recognising and planning care provision for vulnerable people.
Since the introduction of the NHS Care and Community Act 1990 all local authorities are required to carry out needs-led assessment.
What do you think ‘needs-led assessment’ might mean?
When producing a support plan it is very important to consider how to meet all of the individual needs, while also considering the role of the carer.
Look at the cards provided in your pack!
Using blue tack stick the cards to the wall
1. Firstly match the term to the definition.
2. Secondly place the cycle in the right order that you think is best.
Look at stages of planning care.
Different types of assessment.
Room exercise: planning (stages).
Write the care plan for Jim.
This should take into consideration individual preferences and choices.
When a support plan is produced for an individual they decide what is important to them and what they would like to change in their life.
Support plan or care plan
A support plan or care plan does not have to be complicated.
During the assessment the social worker or carer will discuss with the individual what is working and not working to ensure that they have a good quality of life.
It can be as detailed or as simple as required, as long as both carer and individual discuss, understand and agree the desired outcomes of the assessment.
Support circle meeting. Example.
Care planning cycle
In the care planning process we can use tools to help identify needs and preferences:
1. What types of assessment did we talk about?
2. What are the stages of assessment?
3. What types of tools can we use in planning care?
1.Referral - assessing holistic needs and preferences
2.Identifying current provision
10.Reviewing assessment process
Unit 9 - task 2 assignment
Create an information booklet which:
1. Identifies the processes and assessment tools involved in planning support for individuals with different needs who use social services. (P2)
2. Describes how three key professionals could be involved in planning support for individuals. (M2)
3. Assess potential issues which could arise from the involvement of several professionals in the planning of support for individuals. (D2)
due on moodle 28th April 2014, 5pm
- distinguish and state the main features or basic facts relating to a topic;
- give a clear, straightforward description that includes all the main points and links them logically;
- give careful consideration to all factors or events that apply and identify which are the most important and relevant, with reasons.