Person-centred care is a philosophical approach in which older people are placed at the centre of their own care by care providers and health services. This diverges from the traditional view of the therapist as an expert and moves towards a non directive approach.

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Eileen 16th Jun 2020 Activity
Thank you so much for the above information. It is very helpful. Thank you
Talita 22nd Jun 2020
Thanks for your feedback Eileen x
Mila 27th Feb 2019 Activities Assistant
I love everything that I read here... Giving me lot of ideas and support. Many thanks..
Talita 2nd Mar 2019
Thanks so much for your feedback Mila. All the best!
Pam 14th Jul 2015 Lifestyle + Leisure Coordinator
This may help - Contact the Alzheimers Association in your State or Australian AA they have info on 'The Caring Role' as part of training Aged Care & for relatives & friends plus other 'get to know' info.
Lisa 3rd Jul 2015 Diversional Therapist
Does anyone have information on the importance of knowing your resident. I have to do some training for my staff