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Analyse the effect of legislation and policy on person-centred practice
Person centred approaches is a phrase used to describe ways of listening carefully to what a person has to say. To find out about what is important to a person, what they want to achieve, their dreams, hopes, fears, needs and wishes. [ It also includes what a person does not want to have happen for them. Family members, and people who are important in the lives of the person with a disability
can be included in the discussions. A person centred plan may be developed for the individual, covering all aspects of the person s life. However, this is only one part of person centred approaches. The approaches are a way of thinking about putting the person at the centre of decision making. A person centred approach is about listening carefully and responding. ]
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Weegy: Person centred approaches is a phrase used to describe ways of listening carefully to what a person has to say. To find out about what is important to a person, what they want to achieve, their dreams, hopes, fears, needs and wishes. [ It also includes what a person does not want to have happen for them. Family members, and people who are important in the lives of the person with a disability can be included in the discussions. A person centred plan may be developed for the individual, covering all aspects of the person s life. However, this is only one part of person centred approaches. The approaches are a way of thinking about putting the person at the centre of decision making. A person centred approach is about listening carefully and responding. ]
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User: Amylase how effect of legislation and policy on person centred practice

Weegy: One example here in relation of legislation and policy on person centred practice is the stated below: "In the UK the government policy 'Putting People First' stated that person centred planning must become mainstream. [ In 2010 guidance was issued to help councils use person centred thinking and planning to deliver the personalisation agenda." "Valuing People (Department of Health, 2001) stresses the important role that Person Centred Planning can play in helping people with learning difficulties take charge of their own lives. The Guidance (Department of Health, 2002) stressed that Person Centred Planning is not a professional activity done to people; instead people themselves and their friends, families or other allies, must lead it. However, professional services still have an enormous role to play in responding in a more person centred way to people with learning difficulties." For more of these, please read on: ]
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