Assessment & Support Planning Under the Care Act
Duration 1 day Course Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm
This one day course is designed to enable staff to reflect upon the skills required to work successfully with service users in terms of assessing, support planning, risk assessing and risk managing. The day is designed to promote dialogue between participants and self-reflection.
This topic will be considered in the light of the Care Act, 2014 and the changes it requires of staff in terms of the wellbeing principle, 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 assessments, care and support planning and risk management including the wellbeing principle, personalisation and rights to advocacy
" Assessments: what should they contain and what is meant by an asset/strength based approach
" Key skills of support planning and risk management with reference to Roger's Person Centred Approach and factual recording
" Review of what a support plan must cover
" Setting SMART goals and the link to motivation
" Definition of risk, assessing risk and promoting positive risk taking
Methods of Delivery
The trainer uses a variety of PowerPoint presentation, flipchart work, discussion and group work to ensure that all course objectives are met, while providing a safe, open forum for delegates to exchange views and best practices, in line with the appropriate company policy.
- Learning Objectives
- Training Considerations
- Related Courses
" Utilise skills versus writing a paper on theory
" Generate functional working models which can be improved upon and adapted to your style and practice
" Be supported to understand interventions throughout the hoarding relationship
" Explore Motivational Interviewing at different stages of this process
" Be taught interventions which have been shown to improve outcomes
" To understand the key principles of the Care Act that underpin assessments, support planning and risk assessments/management plans
" To recognise what an effective assessment should contain to be effective and to comply with the Care Act
" To describe some of the key skills of assessing, support planning and risk assessing/risk managing
" To be able to produce SMART outcomes as part of the support planning process
" To understand the process of conducting a risk assessment including identifying levels of risk and what to consider in terms of managing a risk
All staff involved in the processes of support planning and risk assessment/management
There are no pre-training requirements for this course although it is likely to be more relevant if delegates are currently engaged with people who hoard
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the course.
Essential Skills for Support Planning & Risk Assessment