1. Describe person-centered planning in a broad sense (ie across practice discipline areas such as community mental health, employment services, workerscompensaton, nursing). (Started this off Person-centred planning (PCP) in its broadest sense refers to the care, support or treatment that is flexible and personalised, with individuality being the superordinate principle (Entwistle & Watt, 2013; Richards, 2018). PCP supports people to recognise and develop their own strengths and abilities, discovered collaboratively, to achieve more holistic care which is respectful, compassionate, dignified and sensitive to the whole person and their needs (Stuart, 2017). The following to be covered in answer: – Explain why case management and person-centred planning emerged – Define the purpose, benefits and limitations of person-centred planning (one page) 2. Discuss how person centred planning principles can be implemented to promote client participation. (draw on readings attached, understanding PCP, disability case management and related concepts, philosophy, values and principles) The following to be covered in answer: – Explain the relevance of person-centred planning to health and human services – Define the meaning and purpose of person-centred planning and related practice frameworks – Describe the interrelationship between case management, person-centred planning and related concepts (one page) Notes from course (so you have idea what to draw upon): Case management: *Focuses (services, individual need) *Maximises (resources from existing services and informal networks) *Choices (provides consumer about services) *Accountability (of every person involved in service provision) *It is pivotal in pulling services in a customised way so a person can live the life they choose. It is a process of collaboration between the case manager and the person receiving services to meet a desired outcome. The case manager is responsible for identifying barriers that may stop a person from achieving the desired goal or outcome and a continuous process of service management to ensure that services are tailored to individual needs. *Structured *Formal *Clear responsibility *Identify barriers *Assisted to access services Brings to mind that individual characteristics of a case manager such as resilience, flexibility, critical thinker, inquisitive mind, good communicator and ability to build rapport is important within the definition for successful outcomes for the individual. Is case management easy to define?