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describe ways to overcome barriers to personalisation in day to day work
Start by thinking how you would like to be treated and respected if you were a service user. Listen to each individual service user. [ You don't have to stop being you and you don't have to do the same thing with each person. It can be difficult for all of us, at times, to accept when changes need to be made. But service users may well appear to like their service if they have no information
about what else might be available, or how things work in other services and organisations or if they have not met other service users who might be living more independently. One of the really important values underpinning person-centred working is an understanding that everyone has the right to make choices and have their preferences respected, even if others make decisions on their behalf. There are often a range of viewpoints about the choices a service user makes about their life. Some families feel very protective of their family member, some have bad experiences of being left to pick up the pieces when services fail or withdraw. A person-centred approach is not about learning a set of procedures and approaches that include a lot of bureaucracy. Person-centred working is about the way you approach the service users with whom you are working. ]
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User: describe ways to overcome barriers to personalisation in day to day work

Weegy: Start by thinking how you would like to be treated and respected if you were a service user. Listen to each individual service user. [ You don't have to stop being you and you don't have to do the same thing with each person. It can be difficult for all of us, at times, to accept when changes need to be made. But service users may well appear to like their service if they have no information about what else might be available, or how things work in other services and organisations or if they have not met other service users who might be living more independently. One of the really important values underpinning person-centred working is an understanding that everyone has the right to make choices and have their preferences respected, even if others make decisions on their behalf. There are often a range of viewpoints about the choices a service user makes about their life. Some families feel very protective of their family member, some have bad experiences of being left to pick up the pieces when services fail or withdraw. A person-centred approach is not about learning a set of procedures and approaches that include a lot of bureaucracy. Person-centred working is about the way you approach the service users with whom you are working. ]
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Weegy: One of the really important values underpinning person-centred working is an understanding that everyone has the right to make choices and have their preferences respected, even if others make decisions on their behalf. [ This is a legal requirement under the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Some people may need more support and information than others to make those choices and may need people on their side to represent those choices to decision-makers in services. The act contains clear procedures about what should happen if someone cannot make a particular choice for themselves. ]
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