Person-Centred Planning (for learning disability settings)

PERSON-CENTRED PLANNING

(FOR LEARNING DISABILITY SETTINGS)

Course Number

SC0210.1

Validity

3 Years

Duration

1/2 Day

Assessment

Continuous

This course is for staff who work in learning disability settings and therefore need a solid understanding of the principles and practice of person-centred planning.

Attending delegates will learn how PCP helps service users with disabilities plan and organise their future. The course will cover the ethos behind person-centred planning and delegates will explore the tools that are used including MAPs, PATH, PFP and ELP.

Suitable for:

Care

Care

Person-centred planning is a way of organising around one person to define and create a better future. – Pete Richie

Introduction

  • Introduction and course overview

Course Programme

  • PCP defined
  • PCP is
  • PCP is not
  • Content of a plan
  • Examples of different approaches (PATH, MAPs, PFP, ELP, dementia care map)
  • Communication
  • Consent and decision making
  • Health support
  • How to start
  • Course evaluation