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ATHE Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care
A Person-Centred Approach to Health and Social Care
To develop an understanding of the importance of a person-centred approach in the health and social care sector and how it is applied in practice in different health and social care settings,
1. Understand person-centred values within the health and social care sector
1.1 Explain the importance of person-centred values when working in health and social care
1.2 Describe how person-centred care has developed
1.3 Explain challenges associated with a person-centred approach
2. Understand equality, diversity and discrimination in relation to person-centred approaches
2.1 Explain the concepts of equality, diversity and discrimination in a health and social care context
2.2 Describe legislation on equality, diversity and discrimination that promotes a person-centred approach
2.3 Describe sources of information, advice and support about equality, diversity and discrimination that is available for individuals using health and social care services
3. Understand how person-centred care is applied in practice in health and social care settings
3.1 Explain the skills and personal qualities needed to develop relationships with individuals in a health and social care setting.
3.2 Explain how a health and social care worker can promote an individual’s independence
3.3 Describe situations where the health and social care worker can ensure the privacy and dignity of individuals
4. Be able to review own person-centred skills
4.1 Review own person-centred skills