Adult Social Care training and development - Care Act: Care and Support planning

Trainer

E-learning

CCC

Course details

Course objectives:

  • What is meant by ‘person-centred planning’ and ‘support planning.’
  • The background to person-centred planning. The key features and standards of person-centred planning.
  • The planning and review process.
  • Why it is important to involve people in the planning process.
  • What makes a good plan?
  • What a plan must include.
  • The principles behind combined and joint planning.
  • What must be considered when a plan is signed-off. The local authority duties towards those at risk of harm.
  • How to get those at risk of harm involved in the planning process.
  • The local authority duties towards those who may lack capacity.
  • The local authority duties towards those at risk of harm.
  • How to get those at risk of harm involved in the planning process.
  • The local authority duties towards those who may lack capacity.

Course contents:

  • Why are things changing?
  • What is person-centred planning?
  • What should person-centred planning focus on?
  • Person-centred planning tools.
  • One-page profile.
  • Person-centred planning.
  • Values and beliefs.
  • The reflective cycle.
  • Person-centred reviews.
  • Difficulty engaging.
  • Good practice.
  • The planning process.
  • Why does it matter so much?
  • What do you need to know?
  • The difficulty in engaging people.
  • The ingredients of a good plan.
  • Planning tips.
  • Proportional plans.
  • Examples of plans.
  • What must a plan include?
  • Overview of the key elements.
  • Personal budget.
  • Direct payments.
  • Is a combined plan appropriate?
  • Combined plans – things to consider.
  • Format of the plan.
  • Non-service options.
  • No constraints.
  • Who should write the plan?
  • Joint planning.
  • Signing off the plan.
  • If the plan cannot be signed off.
  • Person-centred care planning principles.
  • First meeting.
  • Recording information.
  • Making assumptions.
  • Avoiding risk?
  • Putting the person in control?
  • Planning and people at risk of harm.
  • Safeguarding plan reviews.
  • The right time to end?
  • Planning for those who lack capacity.
  • Support from family and friends.
  • Restriction and restraint.

Course length

1 hour 30 minutes

Target group

Social workers and social care professionals who have a role in care and support planning.
Managers of people undertaking care and support planning.

Booking

This course can be accessed through the Council’s E-learning platform.
If you are unable to access the E-learning platform please contact: [email protected]

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