Be able to contribute to reviewing activities in the care plain 4.1) Describe own role and roles of others in reviewing care plan activities. In my care team, my responsibilities are to contribute to the review of the care plan. You should spend time with the individual. My role is to support the individual to meet their goals following the action plan the service user created and monitoring their development, encouraging the individual to promote their self-esteem and confidence. My role is to spend time with the individual, reading their care plan and increasing my understanding of the individual and also receiving information of others such as family members/social worker etc as they will already have had experience with the individual and will know them well.
For example, before commencing with activities with a new service user, I should read his care plan and learn what he likes to do or what he does not like to do, what risks he incurs and even if he has a special diet to follow if you considered an outside activity. The seniors/managers role is to enable the individual to take more control of their own lives, allowing the individual to be as independent as possible whilst also supporting them to make effective use of other services. The seniors and manager must work to make the best use of all the available resources, including those relating to the individual, their community and other services. Professionals may be invited to contribute to a care plan, as would any friend, providing that the person agreed and this, was of benefit to them. It may focus on what is working for the individual and what isn’t, how this compares to how they used to be and what they used to do.