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Activity 1.a.You have just started a new job. Where will you gather information from to clarify your role in implementing individualised plans? Provide at least seven samples.b.You have been asked to administer medication to a client as part of implementing their individualised plan. This is outside the scope of your job role, but your supervisor is asking you to take on this responsibility anyway. Should you carry out this task? Explain. Activity 2.a.When confirming individualised plan details with the person, what can you do to ensure that they understand what is being said? Provide at least five suggestions.-Use a suitable interpreter in case if the person is unable to understand English.-Ask them questions and repeat the information when unclear.-Be a active listener and answer their questions being asked. \CHCCCS015 PROVIDE INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT1
b.Why do different/individualised plans need to be drawn up for each person?c.Other than the person themselves, who else might be involved in a meeting held to confirm individualised plan details? Provide at least five examples.Activity 3.a.List 10 rights that a person might have.-Right to privacy and confidentiality -Right to health records -Right to informed choices -Right to speak/ express views -Right to social security -Right to refuse -Right to dignity -Right to refuse or neglect -Freedom of culture and religion -Right to client complaint-Right to give consentb.A person tells you they do not want to make a complaint about a worker because they are scared of that worker and how they might react. What should you tell them?