Source: COVID-19 Resources
The National Center on Advancing Person- Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) is an initiative from the Administration for Community Living and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that helps States, Tribes, and Territories implement person-centered thinking, planning, and practice in line with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services policy.
Health Care Person-Centered Profile
We know that many people may have to go to the hospital to receive care for symptoms related to COVID-19. A common concern is that we, or that person we care about or care for, may have to go or receive this care alone, without the support of people they know and trust, because of risk or restrictions. NCAPPS subject matter experts have created a tool – the Health Care Person-Centered Profile – to communicate a person’s wants and needs if they are hospitalized without the direct support of their caregivers, family, neighbors, or friends.
The tool has two pages. The first page can be used to capture brief and vital information about the person’s health status. The second page contains the Person-Centered Profile, a one-page brief description of the things that can assist medical staff in providing more tailored and person-centered care. You can use the accompanying instructions to fill out the template for yourself, someone you love, or someone you’re caring for. We have also created examples that show how the tool can be used by people with a range of different backgrounds and concerns
Resources for Person-Centered Planning during the Pandemic
The resources found here may be useful for people in various scenarios related to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please check back frequently because we will add resources as they are available. If there is a resource that you believe would be useful to highlight here, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Person-Centered Thinking Skills in a Time of Crisis
This short video from Michael Smull describes how to apply person-centered thinking skills during the COVID-19 crisis. It includes discussion of balancing what’s “important to” and “important for” a person and the use of tools such as Good Day, Bad Day, One-Page Profiles, and Learning Logs.
Three Buckets and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Jenny Turner from the Charting the LifeCourse Nexus at the University of Missouri Kansas City Institute for Human Development describes how to apply the concept of “3 Buckets” of supporting the needs of people and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Life Domains and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Jenny Turner from the Charting the LifeCourse Nexus at the University of Missouri Kansas City Institute for Human Development describes how to apply the concept of “Life Domains” to supporting the needs of people and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.