person centered values mean the people whom we support are treated as equals and are involved in all aspects and areas of their care and that they are respected and valued as individuals. This means being involved in their assessments, care delivery and support planning, basically person-centered values are making sure all approaches, policies and procedures and care practices put the residents at the center of the day-to-day activities. It should also include the residents and their families in the planning and maintaining of this.
So the individual gets the support they need
This is to ensure that an individual is at the centre of planning and support, upholding and promoting individuality choice and dignity privacy rights respect independence and parternership. The care carried out on a day to day basis should always be centred on the person being cared foryou are not there to just meet their physical needs but to maintain their snse of being a person and their identity. This involves you establishing a supportive relationship with the person involving respect and trust. You should belistening to the individual, despite any difficulties, understand their emotional needs and preferences and learn about their history. By doing this you help maintain the service users identity, independances and self-esteem