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  1. Click this button for help on how to use this guide An interactive guide Click on a heading to start The 5 Standards What Worked/ What Didn’t? Outcomes Learning Log My Meals General Health Contact with others 4+1 Review

  2. Back to start How to use this guide • Move the mouse over the desired heading or icon and left-click once • Once you are viewing information you can change pages/slides by clicking on the relevant icon or underlined text. • To go back to the start (front page), click • To move on a page, click • To move back a page, click

  3. Home The 5 StandardsPlease bear these 5 standards in mind when completing the daily records • I am encouraged and supported to be meaningfully involved in all my daily tasks and activities • I am given the maximum choice to decide what activity I wanted to do today • I am supported to visit my places, in my community to do things I like or to see people I know. • I decide who supports me and how my support is managed • I choose what I eat and have the opportunity to be involved in its preparation

  4. Home What worked / What didn’t workBe mindful of the 5 Standards • Write up what went well from the person’s point of view. • This could be about activities, the right kind of support, an improvement in health or someone just having a good morning or afternoon (state why). • Record information that will add to everyone’s learning about how to help the person have more good days • Write up what did not go well from the person’s point of view • Again, this could be about specific activities, about someone not receiving the right support to do something successfully, or that the person seemed down (try and state why) • Record information that will add to everyone’s learning about how to help the person have fewer bad days. Example

  5. Home Example entry (click on underlined text to see how it may effect My Support Plan) Back

  6. Home My Support Plan - Update Steven has made a clear choice that he prefers the ramps on the route 47 buses. Sections to change: 1. My Support on Buses (adding details about wherever possible sticking to route 47 buses when travelling into town and the best support when using bus ramps). My Support on buses 1.11.17 Back

  7. Home My Support Plan - updates If this has been a clear preference of Steven’s over a month (evidenced in the 4+1 review), his support plan should be updated to reflect this change. Sections to change: My Support Profile (adding information about Steven’s preferences for smaller milk jugs and hand-over-hand support to pour from a kettle at a kitchen table level) My tea-making support routine (adding the relevant details about what a support worker should now do in order to help Steven maximise his meaningful engagement in the activity) My Support Profile 1.10.6 My Support to make a cup of tea 1.11.17 Back

  8. Home Outcomes Learning Log - Guidance(Support received in achieving My Support Plan outcomes) Example

  9. Home Example entry (click on underlined text to see how it may effect My Support Plan) Back

  10. Home My Support Plan - updates The learning from this entry could lead to many updates in his support plan. These learning points should also be reflected in his 4+1 , and his support plan should be updated to reflect this change. For example: Sections to change: My One Page Profile (it may be that he wants to add something positive someone said to him in the club, or add that it is important to him to meet others when he is out, or that his support workers needs to be able to dance or at least have go!) My Support when going clubbing may need amending, adding in the learning about going to Pizza Express or dancing in the club, or meeting Jose) We may also have to record that it is important to Steven to get out, meet people and dance, and important for Steven to have accessible facilities and/or a confident support worker. My One Page Profile 1.10.6 Important to me/for me 1.5.2 My Support when going clubbing 1.11.17 Back

  11. Home My Support Plan - updates The learning from this entry could lead to many updates in his support plan. These learning points should also be reflected in his 4+1 , and his support plan should be updated to reflect this change. For example: Sections to change: My Support when going clubbing may need amending, adding in the learning about not leaving too early, in turn this would add an action to the action plan about changing the rota accordingly We may also have to record that it is important to Steven to stay out late from time to time, and important for him that he has a flexible rota for his staff The Action Plan could include the action to contact the club and request a grab rail in the toilets. My Support when going clubbing 1.11.17 Important to me/for me 1.5.2 My Action Plan 1.13.1 Back

  12. Home My Meals - Guidance Example

  13. Home Example Entry – My Meals Back

  14. Home General Health - Guidance Example

  15. Home Example Entry – General Health Back

  16. Home Contact with others - Guidance Example

  17. Home Example Entry – Contact with othersClick on underlined text to see file updates Back

  18. Home My Support Plan - updates My Medication 1.11.5 to 1.11.7 This is an example that requires an immediate update for files, as a decision has been made. Sections (and files) to update: My Medication templates 1.11.5 to 1.11.7 My Personal information 1.4.2 And... Medication files (A3 file) Medication file A3 My Personal information 1.4.2 Back

  19. Home 4+1 Questions - Guidance This tool helps: • As a useful way to review actions and plan further actions. • By helping people to focus on what they are learning from their efforts. After quickly sharing their learning, time is spent focusing on future efforts. The 4 questions are: • Since the last time we got together last month….. • What have you/we tried? • What have we learned? • What are you pleased about? • What are you concerned about? • This is a simple but powerful tool for those who provide supports. The questions are useful when meeting in order to gather the collective learning in a way that leads to answering a fifth question. • Based on what we know, how should we move forward (what next?)? Example

  20. Home Example - 4 + 1 Review Back What next?

  21. Home Example - What next? Back