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Person Centred Planning. Should include: Active listening and understanding the clients needs Empowering the client Identify the person capacities and abilities Goals and outcomes need to be realistic and achievable. Person Centred Planning.

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Person centred planning
Person Centred Planning

Should include:

Active listening and understanding the clients needs

Empowering the client

Identify the person capacities and abilities

Goals and outcomes need to be realistic and achievable

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Person Centred Planning

  • Seek quality of life and effective service delivery

  • Goal should be flexible and adapt to a person needs.

  • What is possible?

Self directed planning
Self Directed Planning

  • Individual lifestyle choices, aspirations and goals

  • Individuals capabilities and skills

  • Focus on choice, independence and inclusion

Class discussion
Class Discussion

Class Discussion

  • What is self determination

  • Strengths Based Practice

  • Role Modelling

Person support plan
Person Support Plan

  • Case Study

  • Mary has an intellectual disability and she requires a individual support plan to assist her develop social skills.

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Person Support Plan

Case Study

  • Michael has a visual impairment and he has expressed a desire to complete a degree in teaching.

Support plan
Support plan

  • Documenting the support plan

  • Maintaining regular assessments on performance of tasks which should include knowledge of skills.

  • Staff and individual have access to the plan and maintain up to data in accordance with their role

  • Maintain up to date notes regarding achievements and any challenges or difficulties experienced.

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Support Plan

  • Document any information pertaining to reviewing goals and strategies

  • Involve the client in updating the documentation in the support plan this should include self evaluation

  • Ensure the documentation support plan is used at review sessions. Parents, guardians, carers can be included where appropriate.

  • Refer to the support plan for regular reflection and feedback

Class exercise
Class Exercise

  • In groups discuss strategies that as workers you can use to empower and motivate the client.

Skills development
Skills development

  • Focus on clients strengths and abilities

  • Monitor progress on achieving short and long term goals

  • Skill Development include:

    Social skills, life skills, vocational skills and employability skills.

Empower and motivate
Empower and Motivate

  • Establish good rapport with your client

  • Practice in an enthuasitic manner

  • Encourage the client

  • Practice numerous teaching and learning methods

  • Provide clear expectations of tasks and goals

  • Be flexible and prepared to adjust learning plans


  • Social Role Valorisation Theory

  • Disability Support Worker

  • Geoff Arnott, Pg 56, pg 79

Inclusion and community participation
Inclusion and Community Participation

  • Disability Workers should aim to provide a person with a disability with

  • Dignity

  • Respect

  • Acceptance

  • A Sense of Belonging

  • An Education and exercise

  • Opportunities to develop and exercise their capacities

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Class Exercise

  • A disability support worker how could provide opportunities for inclusion

  • Focusing on relationships

  • Social

  • Education

  • Culture

Maslow hierarchy needs
Maslow Hierarchy needs

  • Prioritising Clients Needs

  • Maslow Hierarchy of Needs

  • Physiological needs; safety and security

  • Love, and belonging; self esteem

  • Self actualisation

Prioritising clients needs
Prioritising clients needs

  • Self- actualisation

  • Esteem needs

  • Social needs

  • Safety needs

  • Physiological needs

Psychological needs
Psychological needs

  • The need for adequate food, drink, sleep and warmth.

    The need to have physical and psychological symptoms checked out.

Safety and security
Safety and Security

  • The need for interpreter support

  • The need for a safe and secure living environment

  • The need for financial security

Love and belonging
Love and belonging

  • The need for personal relationships

  • The need for education

  • The need to maintain identity including cultural and religious identity.

Self esteem
Self Esteem

  • Access to an income, work equipment which may assist provide an income.

  • The need to develop spoken and written language, the ability to communicate.

Self actualisation
Self Actualisation

  • The needs to achieve one’s full potential

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Class exercise

Refer to the case study

In groups prioritise the needs of the client.

  • List all the needs of the client.

  • Arrange these in order referring to Maslow Hierarchy of needs.

  • Consider the person as a whole.

  • Place the needs in referring to Maslow Hierarchy of needs and the persons needs.

  • It is important these needs are placed in order of priority.