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Working in a Person Centred Way
People have a right to be treated as individuals. Understanding how to do this is crucial if you want everyone in your workplace to be happy.This course will give you the knowledge and skills to help you work in a person-centred way.If someone is in the centre of something, they are the most important person. This means that other people cannot be more powerful or make decisions about the person’s life that they do not agree with.About the CourseIn this course, we’ll explore why working in a person-centred way is so important.You’ll discover what person-centred values are.How you can support individuals to minimise discomfort and boost self-esteem through values.And you’ll find out why environmental changes can have a positive and negative impact on the individuals you support.Key InsightsValues and Beliefs - Whether you are aware of them or not, we all have values and beliefs.The Six Cs - Because values are so important, the NHS has introduced its own set of core values for workers in health and social care. These are known as the 6Cs.Person-Centred Values - Promoting person-centred values means carrying out your role in a way that respects the people you work with so that they can live the life that they choose. Working in a Person-Centred Way - Everyone is different and no one size fits all.Planning for the future - The Care Act 2014 recognises that it is important that individuals have all the support they need in planning for their future wellbeing and fulfilment.Environment - Environmental factors in an individual’s life also play a part in their wellbeing.Minimise pain or discomfort - You must be able to identify when people are in pain but are less able to communicate or to move into a more comfortable position.Maintaining Identify and Self-Esteem - Working in a person-centred way really can help to promote wellbeing and help individuals to be as happy as possible in many aspects of their life.