Person-centred Thinking with Older People

All of the examples shared on this course will be examples of how person-centred thinking skills have been used with older people who live in residential services, use day services or are supported by family or domiciliary care.

The course provides opportunities to practice these skills and think about how to apply them in your work.

This e-learning course can be used on mobile devices, and takes 6-7 hours to complete the 12 modules.

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In this course, you will be looking at person-centred thinking tools. Together, these tools help you to build up a person-centred description of someone and enable you to:

Discover what is important to a person in their day-to-day life, now and for the future.

Find out what is working and what is not working in a person’s life, and what they want to change.

Identify what support a person needs to live the life they choose.

Create action plans so that the person has more of what is important to them in their life, with the support that they require.

Reflect and act on the action plan.