Personal Dignity, Independence and Individuality

Irrespective of the severity of their physical difficulties or mental infirmity, this will be respected and maintained. The care worker will recognise and respect, regardless of circumstances, the uniqueness of each Resident and their intrinsic value as an individual. Dignity in social care occurs when each person is valued and treated with respect in all aspects of their daily life whatever their circumstances or level of dependency. To have skilled, sensitive care to enable the Resident to achieve the highest possible quality of life.

Fulfilment of aspirations

To have their social, emotional, spiritual, cultural, political and sexual needs accepted and respected. Residents will be enabled to achieve their potential capacity – physical, intellectual, emotional and social. Individuals will be given support and freedom to realise personal aspirations and abilities in all respects of daily life.