Ensure that the individual is central to the person-centred review process

An individual has to be central to the person-centred review process because otherwise it isn’t a person-centred review. All individuals should be present at their review and,they should have had some time to prepare for it beforehand. The individual should be the primary person that is addressed during the review and others should not talk about the individual as if they are not there. Everything the individual says should be taken seriously and recorded. Assistance in communication should be provided to the individual if needed.