Person Centred Approach & Planning
Person-Centred Planning (PCP) places the emphasis on transforming the options available, rather than on fixing or changing the individual.
PCP explores, and acts on, what is important to a person. It is a process for continual listening and learning, focusing on what is important to someone now and in the future. Then acting on this in partnership with the individual, their family and their friends.
Peel Home & Community Supports is strongly committed to thinking and working in a person-centred way. We support people to;
Make choices and decisions for themselves
Grow and develop in their relationships
Be present and participate in their communities
Have valued roles and be treated with respect
Share ordinary places
Develop their talents, interests and abilities
Peel Home & Community Supports is committed to using person-centred approaches and planning in all our services. We recognise the importance of the person being at the centre of the planning process to identify what is personally important to deliver their outcomes. Our work needs to be informed by the person we are providing support for.
Person-centred work acknowledges the role of relationships and the importance of building partnerships between people, communities, organisations and with the individual’s loved ones and informal systems of support. In situations where people have no family or friends to support them, it is our responsibility to assist individuals to build a supportive network of people of their choosing around them.
Peel Home & Community Supports understand the specialised support you or your loved one may require, therefore our commitment to you is to support you to be in control of your own life, to respect the choices you make and for you to live as independently as possible, connected to family, friends and community.
You can be confident that all support staff are fully trained and have current National Police & Working with Children clearances, First Aid and Manual handling qualifications and are medication competent.