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« on: September 08, 2012, 07:21:15 am »

I am having a total brain lapse, would be greatful for any answers to these please.
1) how would you develop daily plans with the individual and others to ensure that a valued range of activities for an individual are available throughout the day, avoiding lengthy periods of disengagement?

2) how do you support the implementation of daily plans that promote an individual's participation in a range of activities?

3) how do you review and revise an individual's daily plan with the individual and others to increase the opportunities for participation?

Thans for any help  Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2012, 02:57:57 pm »

Hi again!
1. Person centred planning which really includes the individual is the best way forward to ensure plans that engage the individual - he or she (along with family or friends as appropriate) can give you information about the sorts of activities the person enjoys and can suggest outings etc.
2. You would support them according to your role - so it might be that you are keyworker and responsible for ensuring their birthday is remembered and activities planned to celebrate that; you may be responsible for accompanying the person on outside activities and then feedback to other staff how the day went.
3. Handover and formal care reviews or multidisciplinary meetings will be appropriate places to discuss and note any changes or issues. You should be sure your point is heard if you have any concerns and always refer back to records or more experienced staff or family members if there is anything you are unsure of. Once again, the most important person is the individual, so it is their experience which is important (so it is their opinion which you should put forward, being careful not to overlay your own judgement unless it is a matter of health, safety or welfare).  Any changes must be recorded in the records with appropriate signatures according to your company's policies and best practice.
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