What Do We Mean by Client Perspective?
Client perspective is the formulation of how the client perceives his or her life with a disorder or with limitations (whether temporary or permanent). It also includes the way (s)he perceives additional support and care related to one’s own life and the pursuit of one’s own idea of a good life. This formulation, which can also be expressed or clarified by or with help from neighbours, determines the intended impact on the delivery and performance of the support or care, naturally within legal frameworks. We focus on clients dealing with the Youth Act, the Participation Act, Wmo (Social Support Act), the Health Insurance Act and the Long-Term Care Act.