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explain the importance of holistic approach to assessment and planning of care or support
Most importantly the ?assessed needs? of people must be derived through a holistic and social model approach. [ If not, narrow or service-led approaches will result in an inaccurate picture of needs, leading to the wrong mix of services being commissioned resulting in a huge waste of resources. In other words holistic assessment and planning is the key ?driver? in developing personalised
services. There are a few key prerequisites suggested by the diagram to achieve this fundamental shift towards a needs-led approach: ? There has to be a genuine and empowering partnership with service users and their families in looking at ?needs?. ? A holistic approach to assessment and planning must be the standard approach used in mental health services. ? There must be a range of creative options to meet needs explored with service users and families ? some of which may not be ?service? options. ? There must be transparent decision-making in negotiations about what needs can and cannot be met with resources clearly identified. ? It has to be accepted that people?s needs will change (even though this creates problems for predicting levels of service usage in commissioning) as this dynamism is desirable to avoid over-dependence on services. ]
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User: explain the importance of holistic approach to assessment and planning of care or support

Weegy: Most importantly the ?assessed needs? of people must be derived through a holistic and social model approach. [ If not, narrow or service-led approaches will result in an inaccurate picture of needs, leading to the wrong mix of services being commissioned resulting in a huge waste of resources. In other words holistic assessment and planning is the key ?driver? in developing personalised services. There are a few key prerequisites suggested by the diagram to achieve this fundamental shift towards a needs-led approach: ? There has to be a genuine and empowering partnership with service users and their families in looking at ?needs?. ? A holistic approach to assessment and planning must be the standard approach used in mental health services. ? There must be a range of creative options to meet needs explored with service users and families ? some of which may not be ?service? options. ? There must be transparent decision-making in negotiations about what needs can and cannot be met with resources clearly identified. ? It has to be accepted that people?s needs will change (even though this creates problems for predicting levels of service usage in commissioning) as this dynamism is desirable to avoid over-dependence on services. ]
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