513critically Review Approaches to Outcome Practice

Critically review approaches to outcome practice

Current health and social care services operate personal centred care to all service users. Recent changes which have enabled the service user to participate in the planning and delivery of their care and support have already started to make a positive impact on service user’s life.
Outcome based practice has already seen an improvement in the physical symptoms and behaviour physical functioning, mobility and morale of service users.
Outcome based practice enables service users to have more control over their daily routine which enable them to have a sense of belonging knowing that their choices are respected.

We as a care provider have adopted an outcome based approach to our service user’s.
I fully understand the approach and I ensure that myself and staff all work following these principles, assessing the individual, encouraging the individual to identify the Top 3 Goals/Outcomes

    • Outcomes involving change - e.g. building self-confidence, improving self-care skills

    • Outcomes to maintain quality of life

    • Outcomes involving service delivery, where the individual becomes a stakeholder, is listened to and valued.

1.3 Analyse the effect of legislation and policies on outcome based practice

Person-centred planning is a set of approaches designed to assist someone to plan their life and supports.
It is used most often as a life planning model to enable individuals with disabilities or otherwise requiring support to increase their personal self-determination and improve their own independence.

Person –centred planning is accepted as evidence based practice in many countries throughout the world.
It is most often used for life planning with people with learning and developmental disabilities, though recently it has been advocated as a method of planning personalised support with many other sections of society who find themselves disempowered by traditional methods...