“It is about doing things with people, rather than “to” them.”
The person-centered model implies a way of thinking and doing that involves the person served as an equal, both in planning and in the development and evaluation of the service provided, always with the assurance that their needs are met.
The concept of person-centered service is multidimensional: the person is the center of the intervention. In addition, he or she must be an active part in decision-making.
IntegraCare project offers two main results
Identification of successful models and case studies on person-centred care
IntegraCare Training: Person-centred care of dependent people