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CHCMHS011 Assess and Promote Social, Emotional and Physical Wellbeing; Assessment 1: Written Questions 1. What are the 5 domains of wellbeing that you can explore with a person seeking support? Social Emotional Physical Cognitive Cultural/Spiritual 2. Provide an example of evidence-based practice that would help support these 5 domains of being. Evidence-based practices that would help support these 5 domains of wellbeing are; Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Approaches, Strength-based Approaches, Cognitive Behavioural Approaches, Narrative Approaches, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). 3. What is the difference between duty of care and dignity of risk? Duty of care means being responsible for people’s health, safety and wellbeing. Meaning to protect the welfare of your team members whilst at their regular workplaces. Dignity of risk acknowledges that life experiences come with risk, and that we must support the people who are experiencing both success and failure throughout their lives. 4. What are 3 contributing factors that can lead to food insecurity for a client? The 3 key components of food insecurity are: Inadequate access to food Inadequate supply Inappropriate use of food 5. Where will you find information on the extent and limitations of your work role?
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Information on your extent and limitations of your work role are usually contained within the job description, stating the essential job requirements, job duties, job responsibilities and skills required. Some organisations may also have a code of conduct in place to inform the work required, as well as a “Workplace Health and Safety Codes of Practice Booklet”. 6. How can your own values, beliefs, attitudes, power and behaviours regarding wellbeing impact on your practice? If you try to impose your own moral values or beliefs on your clients, your likely to make them feel judged and to damage their self-worth. But mostly, they are likely to reject you and reject your values and beliefs too. That is why it is so important to be aware of our own values and beliefs so that we don’t impose them on the people we are working with. 7. How can you ensure that information received from your client regarding their physical wellbeing was understood correctly? To ensure that the information received from my client regarding their physical wellbeing was understood correctly, would be to talk to my client about their current physical condition and what their physical wellbeing goals may be. I will also encourage them to identify areas where physical health could be improved. 8. Why is it important to respect a person’s choices, parameters and boundaries relating to topics of discussion?
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