Use person-centred thinking to know and act on what is important to the individual

NOTE: Please be aware that the information on this page is a very rough draft and has not been fact-checked so should be used accordingly (taken with a pinch of salt)! However, it should (hopefully) give you some pointers and set you off in the right direction.

I use person-centred thinking to know what is important to an individual by regularly conversing with them and asking them what is important to them. In some cases, I will use person-centred tools to document what is important to them. I will then work with the individual to create a plan of action regarding what we can do to pursue these things that are important and regularly review our progress paying particular attention to what is working and not working and doing my best to answer any questions they have.