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Work in partnership with an individual and others to identify options, resources and preferences in relation to an assessment

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For this assessment criterion, you will be required to demonstrate that you are able to work in partnership with an individual and others to identify options, resources and preferences in relation to an assessment.

Ensuring that the individual is involved in the support-planning process can help to ensure that a person-centred approach is being used and that outcomes are meaningful to the individual. In addition, you may be required to work with the individual’s family, carer or advocates to ensure that the support plan is in line with the individual’s best interests.

Other people that may be involved in the support planning process include GPs, nurses, psychologists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and social workers. These professionals will usually provide expert advice in relation to supporting an individual’s needs.

For example, a speech and language therapist may provide coaching to care staff on how to support an individual that has had a stroke in regaining their ability to communicate. Or an occupational therapist may be able to make recommendations for high-backed chairs that make it easier for individuals to stand up and sit down independently.

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