Review - What this means for the workforce

  • Sharing how things are for the individual, including changes to their health and well being.
  • Determining whether the person needs an independent advocate involved in their review.
  • Reflecting on the agreed plan and how things are working in terms of the agreed outcomes and goals.
  • Identifying if changes in needs and circumstances require further or additional assessments and/or open up new sources of funding or alter personal budget eligibility.
  • Reviewing goals, outcomes and actions and deciding if they should be modified and identifying any changes to the plan.
  • Agreeing and relaying any changes to how services are working with the person.
  • Drawing out key information to inform local commissioning.
  • Being able to facilitate a person-centred review.