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Describe the basic principles of each of these practices/ approaches that can be used to underpin individualised support planning and delivery. (220–250 words in total) Person-centred practice: Person-centred practice puts the person at the centre of everything . It recognises that each person is a unique and complex person. This practice respects their needs and preferences and the knowledge they bring about their health and healthcare needs.Person- centred practice help us tailor care to meet each person’s needs. Strengths-based practice: Strengths-based practice is a collaborative process between the person supported by services and those supporting them, allowing them to work together to determine an outcome that draws on the person’s strengths and assets Active support: Active support is a practice that focuses on evry persons engagement and contribution. The underying principes of ative support involve supporting meaningful activities and relatioships, helping people to gain more control over their own lives and to becoe value members of their community. List four responsibilities of workers with regard to documentation and reporting requirements. 1. Maintain privacy and confidentiaity 2. Correct information 3. Complete information 4. Information is concise Outline the roles and responsibilities (including communication) of each of these people in terms of providing individualised support. Carers and family: A carer is a person who cares someone they know to improve that person’s quality of life. Person being supported: If they have the cognitive capacity to do so, provide ingormation such as needs/wants to ensure those taking care of them is able to do so to the best of their ability. Health professionals: They provide essential services that promote health, prevent diseases and deliver health care services to individuals, families and communities based on the primary health care approach. They have a legal and ethical responsibility towards their patients providing every
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