- Created by: abbiedye
- Created on: 12-12-19 11:58
Why is putting the individual at the centre of the
- individual's opportunity to discuss whether the goals have been achieved through the care or if they have changed so the plan may need to be altered
- essential for them to play a major role as only they know what works and doesn't work for them
Why is it important that the review meeting builds
- everyone involved should share information regarding what is working and what is not
- will provide as full a picture as possible
- collaborative approach means there is an open forum for opinions, suggestions and information to meet the set outcomes
Why is it important that a review meeting generate
- if areas are found not to be working, something must be done to rectify the issue
- should be in the form of an updated support plan
- documents the next steps toward achieving the revised or new goals
What is the purpose of review meetings?
could be arranged to:
- meet changing needs
- review the budget
- ensure care relationships are effective
- review the person-centred description
- if the needs of the individual change, the budget will need reviewing and care relationships may become ineffective
Why is understanding the role of the facilitator a
- facilitator supports the individual and considers them to be at the centre of the meeting
focus on the individual by asking:
- what are these person's strengths and capabilities?
- what can we do to help this individual achieve their objectives?
- what is important now for this person?
- what is important for this person in the future?
- what is working/not working from this person's perspective?
What is the role of the facilitator?
- invites contribution from the people at the meeting
- helps the group compare and explore their perspectives, seeing the individual in a different way
- assists the group in agreeing a common direction based on what they learn
- checks with the individual that they are happy with they way the review is going
How can the individual be made to feel comfortable
- giving them a choice over the people present at the meeting
- can invite whoever they wish so the meeting brings together the most supportive people
- timing and location should be the choice of the individual
- should be at a convenient, accessible place for all with suitable timing
What person-centred tools should be used during th
- MAPS (making action plans)
- PATH (planning alternative tomorrows with hope)
- Essential Lifestyle Planning
- Personal Futures Planning
What are MAPS (making action plans)?
- planning tool that builds on a shared commitment to support individual to move towards positive future
stages drawn from areas of their life:
- what is their history?
- what are their dreams?
- what are their nightmares?
- what are their strengths, talents and capactities?
- what are their needs?
- should result in an action plan to meet their wishes
What is PATH (planning alternative tomorrows with
- aims to idenitify the individuals hopes/dreams/goals and what it would entail to achieve these
- create a picture of where they want to be
- identify the goals
- first steps to meeting the goals
- people who will help reach the goals
- recognise ways of building strength
- action plan for interim goals
- longer term plan
What is Essential Lifestyle Planning?
- focus on the individual's life now and how it can be enhanced
- recognises what is important and what support is needed
- doughnut chart
- relationship circle
- communication chart
- sorting importance to/for an individual
- matching staff
- learning log
- what's working/what's not
What is Personal Futures Planning?
- detailed plan developed for an individual with complex support needs
- starts with their current situation and focuses on changes for the future
- way of mapping out how individual will be included in community, highlighting changes to be made within the community to facilitate inclusion
Why is asking appropriate questions important in r
- to find out if the support plan is working
asked the questions:
- what is important to you now?
- what will be important to you in your future?
- what do you need to stay healthy, safe and well supported?
- what is working and not working from different perspectives?
- allows issues and concerns to be addressed early so less chance of escalation
Why is reviewing the budget important when conduct
- necessary to keep an individual's support needs under scrutiny
- ensure that these needs are successfully being met by the agreed budget
Why is generating actions important in a review me
- issues picked up will have an action plan with specific deadlines
- individual concerned about lack of inclusion in community will have issues targeted