Person-Centred Care planning

PERSON-CENTRED CARE PLANNING

Course Number

SC0210

Validity

3 Years

Duration

1/2 Day

Assessment

Continuous

This course is primarily for those who work within a health & social care setting. Delegates will learn about the development of modern day care, relevant legislation and why person-centred care planning is crucial to ensure the care provision meets the service users individual needs. The course considers whole person care and the influences that shape a person’s values along with the core principles that are fundamental to good care planning.

Suitable for:

Care

Care

Related Learning
We also offer SC0210.2 Writing Care Plans which, as the course title suggests, focuses on the actual writing of the care plan. This is something many staff request additional guidance on within our person-centred care course delivery.

Introduction

  • Introduction and course overview

Course Programme

  • What is a care plan?
  • The purpose of a care plan
  • Legislation
  • CQC outcome
  • MCA-5 care principles
  • Assessing capacity
  • Record keeping
  • The nursing process
  • Roper, Logan and Tierney
  • Sharp assessment
  • Care planning meetings
  • Preparation
  • Communication
  • Difficulties with eating and drinking
  • Pain management
  • Personal hygiene
  • Course evaluation