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explain how use of active support can promote independence, informed choice and a valued life in health and social care.
Develop supportive relationships that promote choice and independence Performance criteria You need to show that, 1 you develop and maintain relationships that promote the views, [ preferences and independence of individuals and key people By realising that the people I work with are adults and have a right to choose the way they are treated or cared for, take their medication and to decide
if they need certain precaution measures. Finding a balance for those who wish to be, and letting them be as independent as possible, so long as that while doing so they do not put themselves or others at fatal risk. Coming to a mutual agreement over their care plans. 2 you support individuals to communicate their views and preferences regarding their current and future health and well-being needs and priorities I support and treat all residents as individuals and with respect and dignity when considering their needs and preferences. This involves asking them their opinions on every aspect of their daily lives, from what time they wish to get up and have their meals to what they want to wear and what they wish to do during the day. Including their intimate hygiene and caring needs. 3 you work with individuals to identify the care and support: a they can and wish to undertake themselves b that can be provided through the individual's support networks c that needs to be provided by yourself and others within and outside your organization ]
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