The service user safety is of paramount importance and risk assessment form a part of the process. We support each other individuals right to self-determination and assist in reducing risks, so that service users can benefit from making personal choices that develop self-reliance and contain acceptable level of risk.
Planning is essential to ensure that the service is appropriate to the service user’s needs. The Registered Manager will ensure that care plans are suitable, adequately implemented, checked, reviewed and changed where necessary. Building on the assessment process, an initial care plan will be written (72 hour Care Plan) in conjunction with the service user. Registered Manager, respective Keyworker and other professionals involved in providing support for the individual. This will be followed by a comprehensive care plan which will be reviewed after one month then 3 months afterwards. An important function of the care plan is to identify areas to develop, set and agree realistic aims, objectives, and goals and to promote the service user’s independence.