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Person Centred Planning for Nutritional Needs
26 September - 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Learn how to deliver excellent person-centred planning to meet complex nutritional needs. Candidates will explore how learning disabilities/autism may impact on nutritional needs. Different PCP tools will be introduced, and candidates are encouraged to consider consent and capacity. The course incorporates ‘positive risk-taking’ and explores these challenges through a case study approach.
- Identify appropriate person-centred planning tools that could support nutritional needs
- Describe ways to establish consent to meet nutritional needs
- Explain how profound and multiple learning disabilities and/or autism could impact on nutritional needs
- Identify ways in which you could enable supported decision making around nutrition where there are profound communication needs
- Give examples of ‘positive risk-taking’ in the context of nutrition
- Explain the importance of meeting cultural, social and religious needs during meal times
- Identify accessible tools to promote ‘healthy nutrition choices’
Requirement & Suitability
This course is suited for any care staff working within Adult Disability Support Organisations.
Learners will be required to complete a workbook and carry out a risk assessment and nutritional planning in the workplace.