Workers in health and social care settings need a wide variety of specialist skills and teachings in order to reach their full potential. For those working in learning disability settings, person centred planning plays a role of key importance in looking after the best interests of patients and generally contributing to a more effective and efficient working environment.
Our Person Centred Planning course helps communicate both the fundamentals and the importance of PCP for anyone working in a learning disability setting, covering the use of important tools like MAPS and PATH along with the ethos that forms the basis of PCP as a principle.
- PCP defined
- The ethos behind PCP – social inclusion and empowerment
- Values, beliefs, desires
- The role of support staff, friends and family
- MAPS and facilitation
- PATH and facilitation
- Essential lifestyle planning / one page profiles
- Commitments to action / preparation for change
- Access to PCP tools
- Further information on PCP
- Summary and evaluation
If you require a training course that will ensure your workforce has the necessary person centred planning skills then contact us without delay.
PERSON CENTRED CARE
DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY SAFEGUARDS AND THE MENTAL CAPACITY ACT
LEARNING DISABILITY AWARENESS