Assessment, Support Planning & Risk Management
This one day course is designed to enable staff to reflect upon the skills required to work successfully with service users in terms of assessment and support planning. This interactive day is designed to promote dialogue between participants and self-reflection and will utilise the organisation's existing documentation as required.
This topic will be considered in the light of the Care Act, 2014 and the principles of wellbeing, co-production and outcomes (evidence becomes even more essential to indicate best practice than ever before).
Overview of the Care Act 2014 and the link to care and support planning and risk management including the wellbeing principle and rights to advocacyAssessments: what should they contain? Strength/Asset based assessmentsHow to develop and record an assessmentKey skills of support planning The link to daily notes, recording changes, updating documents etc. Review of what a support plan must cover?How to record outcomes using SMART goals
- Learning Objectives
- Training Considerations
- Related Courses
- To be confident operating within the requirements of the Care Act when producing assessments and support plans
- To understand how asset/strength based assessments can facilitate customer motivation
- To be able to document discussions and plans that reflect the needs, wishes and outcomes of customers
- To recognise how the development of strong, boundaried relationships and effective discussion and recording assist with the development of high quality plans
- To be responsive to the changing needs of customers: both positively and constructively
All staff involved in the processes of support planning and risk assessment/management
There are no pre-training requirements for this course although delegates are required to bring writing paper and a pen to the course.
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of this course.
Risk Assessment & Management