Vinge recognizes that everyone is different and can excel in a variety of ways. A person-centred approach allows staff and persons in care to work together to achieve specific daily, monthly and annual goals.
- Encourage and provide choices to persons in care;
- Accept and consider risk when making choices;
- Cater to the persons in care’s specific dietary needs;
- Develop specific day programs around likes and dislikes;
- Understand abilities and work with consultants to support the personal progress of persons in care;
- Communicate and report daily with persons in care, families, consultants, co-employees and management to monitor progress; and
- Set up and measure specific goals.
A person-centred approach will continue to put the person in care first and make sure that their needs are being met. The persons in care, along with their support teams, are encouraged to share ideas and recommendations at any time to the Program Coordinators or the Director of Community Living Services. Vinge will seek to provide accommodations regarding any barriers that may be present, including but not limited to accessibility, financial and communication barriers. All resources are tailored specifically to each person in care.
Individual Plans for Individualized Care
Detailed, documented plans play a fundamental part in the daily lives of the individuals Vinge supports. All plans are person-centred and tailored to each individual. All individuals are encouraged to participate in the discussion and documenting of their different plan.
|Care Plans||Address the individual’s everyday life and routines, and specific care needs.|
|Health Care Plans||Address the individual’s medical or mental health specific care needs.|
|Behaviour Support Plan and Functional Assessment||Address understanding why the individual engages in behaviours.|
|Safety Plans||Address specific levels of behaviour and actions to take.|
|Quality of Life Plan||Address the individual’s specific goals and objectives.|
Promoting Quality of Life – Sample Vinge Activities:
- Multicultural day where everyone gets to experience food from different cultures (one of many yearly themed BBQs)
- Company-wide camping adventures in Squamish and Manning Park.
- Horseback riding
- Splashdown Park (the tube ride is always a favourite)
- Snowboarding and snow tubing
- Rocky Mountaineer Train day trip to Whistler
- Fishing Forever (opportunity to relax, have lunch, fish for several hours, and get awarded a trophy for fisherman skills)
- Sailing (opportunity to adventure out onto the water with trained sailing staff during the summer)