Integrated Person Centred Planning / PCP Care Plans
Bettal PCP is a person centred plan and care plan combined into a single integrated document.
Some providers have struggled with the concept seeing the care plan as separate document often with a greater emphasis on the health needs of the person rather than providing a service that demonstrates the support available to the person to achieve his/her goals and aspirations and preferences.
Bettal Quality Systems have produced a ‘single integrated personal plan’ that shows how the person is involved in the care planning process along with evidence of what is being provided to meet the persons goals and aspirations
The plan has taken account of best practice in the UK and Ireland and is logically structured and outcome based.
The plan is divided into 8 sections – (we have attached some section samples to give an indication of the quality of the plan)
Part 1 Service User Information
Part 2 About the Person
Part 3 Life Goals
Part 4 Health and Safety Assessments
Part 5 Daily Living Assessments
Part 6 Assessment Outcomes and Support Planning
Part 7 Evaluation and Reviews
Part 8 Appointments, Records and Notes.
Care plans/ personal plans can be seen as one of the most important documents used by staff in social care services. It is the driver for the services provided to services users and as such needs to be comprehensive, but at the same time easy to use by staff and understandable to service users and their families.
Given that each new service user will require a care plan/ personal plan following admission it is essential that staff have easy access to all the documentation they require to meet the needs of service users. The Bettal Personal Plan has taken into account this requirement and has placed all the documentation you will require into a sturdy ring binder. Not only that we will also supply you with copies of all the documents you need as inserts in your continual personal plan. You will no longer need to compile documents before admitting a new resident.
The plan follows the 4 basic principles of care intervention:
- Goal Setting
Evaluation Bettal have recognised that the personal plan may need to be accessed by a number of people (with the service users permission), including: care staff, social workers, GP’s other health care professionals and representatives of the service user. It therefore follows that the plan should be well organised and presentable.
Examples of the Bettal Personal Plan can be viewed by clicking on the document references below.