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describe two different uses of risk assessment in adult social care settings
Person Centred Approaches, with their focus on the person and strategy of building an alliance of supporters around the person can often cut across this entrenchment and generate new and creative ways forward, [ providing that services are prepared to face this challenge. This is now being recognised by government departments, the Department of Health publication 'Independence Choice and Risk'
wholeheartedly commends person centred approaches for everyone because they "identify what is important to a person from his or her own perspective and find appropriate solutions ]
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Weegy: Person Centred Approaches, with their focus on the person and strategy of building an alliance of supporters around the person can often cut across this entrenchment and generate new and creative ways forward, [ providing that services are prepared to face this challenge. This is now being recognised by government departments, the Department of Health publication 'Independence Choice and Risk' wholeheartedly commends person centred approaches for everyone because they "identify what is important to a person from his or her own perspective and find appropriate solutions ]
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Weegy: Risk assessment is a powerful tool for informing, but not dictating, decisions on the management of risks. [ However, ILGRA has found that there are variation in the ways in which many Departments use risk assessment and integrate it into the decision-making process. The report makes a number of useful recommendations for achieving greater coherence and consistency in those areas, facilitating inter-departmental co-operation on risk issues and improving the way the Government communicates with the public on health and safety matters. These are important issues. Risks do no usually apply to just one single receptor (e.g. the environment, works, the public) and more than one department may have responsibility for putting in place the necessary arrangements to ensure that they are controlled. ILGRA has now been given the task of developing the further work proposed in the report. The publication of the report is particularly opportune. The Government has recently announced that a risk assessment should be provided to Ministers to assist them in reaching their decision on any regulatory proposal affecting business. Ministers will be required personally to sign off each risk assessment and satisfy themselves that the regulation strikes an appropriate balance between cost and benefit. ]
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