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AN EXAMPLE OF A PERSON CENTRED HEALTH ACTION PLAN. PERSON CENTRED PLAN (PCP). Ann completed her PCP on the computer with the support of her key worker. Health issues were identified from the completion of a health needs checklist.

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AN EXAMPLE OF A PERSON CENTRED HEALTH ACTION PLAN


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PERSON CENTRED PLAN (PCP)

  • Ann completed her PCP on the computer with the support of her key worker.

  • Health issues were identified from the completion of a health needs checklist.

  • Ann offered the choice of completing her Health Action Plan (HAP) on the computer with support from myself.


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HEALTH ACTION PLAN (1)

  • Ann and Bernie arranged to meet once a week to complete the health action plan on the computer.


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HEALTH ACTION PLAN (2)

  • We meet at a time and place convenient to Ann, where she has access to a computer.

  • Each session lasted about 1 – 1 ½ hours.


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HEALTH ACTION PLAN (3)

  • Each session was not rushed. Bernie went at a pace suitable for Ann.

  • Bernie recapped at the beginning of each session to check Ann’s understanding and change anything that she was not happy with.

  • The room was quiet.

  • There were no distractions


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HEALTH ACTION PLAN (4)

It is important that the information on the plan is made accessible by thinking about the needs of the person who the information is for.


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ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION (1)

  • The person should be allowed to choose relevant pictures or photographs to help them understand the plan making it more person centred.


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ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION (2)

  • Before each session Bernie found a selection of pictures from clip art and photographs and pictures from images on Google’s search engine.

  • This allowed Ann to choose a picture or photograph for each health issue.


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ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION (3) CARE OF EARS


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ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION (4) CARE OF EYES


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ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION (5) TAKING BLOOD


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ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION (6)

  • We made the writing large, using size 16 or 18 on the tool bar.

  • We made the writing dark by using the bold icon on the toolbar.

  • We did not use long words.

  • We kept it jargon free


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ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION (7)

  • The writing should look plain like this writing, which is called Comic Sans.

  • We used words that Ann understood.

  • We used capital letters only in the appropriate places.


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HOW WILL THE HAP REMAIN ALIVE AND ACTIVE ON COMPUTER

  • Ann will have her own up to date written copy.

  • Ann agreed that a copy will remain on zip disc.

  • It will be Ann’s responsibility to tell her key worker of actions met, so that Ann can keep her computer copy up to date.


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WHAT ANN LIKES ABOUT HER HAP

Anne enjoyed the experience.

  • Anne enjoyed being involved and typing it on the computer.

  • Anne liked choosing the pictures.


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CONCLUSION

  • There is no right or wrong way of how someone can do theirHAP.

  • Ideally it should be person centred and if possible the person should be actively involved.


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