Person-centred care is ensuring that the care and support you give to an individual is tailored to their specific needs. We are all individuals and although some people might have the same medical condition it doesn’t mean that they will require the same care and support as one another, an example of this would be Dementia. As a carer you will need to ensure you have a clear understanding about the individuals you are working with. This includes their needs, the way they communicate, their likes and dislikes, this is so you can promote and provide person centred care and support.
- Communication is very important for all beings
- CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT MODELS AND APPROACHES Today Curriculum development is exposed to many different pressures to respond to demands in labour markets and in society at large