Person-Centred Care Planning and Record Keeping

40 min course

Course Description

Care plans are the way in which we plan and agree on how an individual’s health and social needs can be met, and how good health and wellbeing can be supported. But without excellent record keeping to go with it, care professionals can struggle to provide the person-centred care that individuals deserve. People who use health and social care services should have services that they have been part of choosing, that meet their needs, and are based on the best research and standards. Care plans are the way we plan and agree how someone’s health and social needs can be met, and how good health and wellbeing can be supported.

Key objectives:

  • What is meant by ‘person-centred’ care and why it is important.
  • The principles of person-centred care.
  • Legislation and policies relating to person-centred care and care planning.
  • What care planning is, the standards and the CQC requirements.
  • Types of care plans.
  • Coordination and involvement in care planning.
  • How to write excellent daily records/ care notes.
  • Examples of good VS bad care notes.

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