The level of access that will be assigned to carers and other support workers The length of time that documents should be stored The procedures for making any changes to existing documents.
Your documentation will ideally be: Concise – Including the appropriate amount of information about the person’s care Accurate – Basing any recorded information on personal accounts and evaluations that have taken place Up-to-date – Ensuring that regular reviews are carried out and that the documentation is updated accordingly
Your documentation will ideally be: Meaningful – Considering the relevance of the information and ensuring that it is specific to the person’s care requirements Consistent – Maintaining formatting standards and using technical terms consistently
Review and monitor person-centred responses 2.1 Review and measure effectiveness of responses in meeting the person’s needs and preferences, in consultation with the person, family and/or carer and/or relevant other
Review and monitor person-centred responses 2.2 Identify and take action to improve areas of the responses that have not met the person’s needs and preferences
Reviewing the care plan This document should be personalised, co-ordinated, and respectful of the individual However, it is advisable to review the personal care plan three months after implementation to ensure that these requirements are being met You may carry out informal discussions and arrange meetings with the disabled person to discuss the suitability of the care plan and any measures that are being taken.
Consider the smart acronym when setting objectives Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant Time sensitive
Review and monitor person-centred responses 2.3 Ensure changes to service delivery are within policy and budgetary frameworks
You are advised to check policies related to: Manual handling Behaviour management Personal protection Infection control Medication management
You should consider the disabled person’s budget when deciding upon: The choice of personal care services The selection of general support services The purchase of equipment for personalised care
Review and monitor person-centred responses 2.4 Modify specified aspects of service delivery as required, to meet changing service requirements and the needs and preferences of the person with disability
Review and monitor person-centred responses 2.5 Identify potential training opportunities for the person to meet their changing needs
Modifying personal care The need for such changes may be identified as a result of evaluating the care process You are also encouraged to arrange regular meetings with the disabled person and any carers to analyse the person-centred plan The care plan should be as flexible as possible, to reflect the likely changes in personal circumstances.
You might identify the following requirements: Changes in medication Adjustments to the physical programme and level of mobility support Modifications to the home and other places that the disabled person visits on a regular basis Additional specialist support.
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