Individuality: working in partnership with the service users and with their families to understand a person’s life history to create a holistic Person-Centred Plan that values an individual for their unique qualities, rather than their ability or capacity.
Empowering: Acting and advocating in the person’s best interests to encourage an individual’s autonomy, independence, and opportunity to make day-to-day decisions and enhance their quality of life.
Engagement: learning about an individual’s past to provide bespoke care and engagement that is unique to them and also enabling and supporting the service user to fulfil their dreams and wishes for the future.
Flourishing: maintaining an individual’s interests to give them an identity and the confidence to retain as much control over their lives as possible.
Compassion: impressing dignity, respect and a sense of self-worth on an individual to better support them maintain an enabling lifestyle.
Wellbeing: considering an individual’s biographical, biological, psychological and social background to better engage them in meaningful occupation.