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Person centred practice relies on plans that are driven by the person’s goals and aspirations
Q27The consumer directed care works by(KE: consumer directed care)
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To improve quality of life for individuals with a life-limiting illness and their familiesTo reduce the suffering through early identification, assessment, and treatment of painTo increase the quality and quantity of pain and ignore other distressing symptomsTo support the physical, cultural, psychological, social, and spiritual needs.To prevent the access to the people the clients wish to be presentQ 29The examples of empowerment are all except KE: empowerment and disempowermentClarifying what a client can and cannot do and understanding what the person would likefrom a serviceInteracting with the client in a minimal way by the support personBeing flexible in providing services to the client at a time and place that suits him or herOutlining the fees, the services, and the responsibilities of the clientsQ30The aim of reablement is to: Select two correct options KE: re-ablement and effective re-ablement strategiesEncourage, promote, and assist people to continue to be socially, physically andrecreationally activeEnsure that a dependency is set up with the carer to do the daily tasksReduce the need of long term ongoing or premature supportEnsure the task is done by the carer to save timeQ31As we get older, there are changes in the way the body functions, which may alter the waywe can express our sexuality. The ways sexuality is expressed while living in aged care facility by aperson with dementia may include Select three(KE the ageing process and related physiological and psychological changes, including sexualityand gender issues)May undress in public or touch themselvesMay make sexual advances towards othersMay have voracious appetiteMay become aggressiveMay have better decision makingQ 32As a support worker you could support the sexual needs of a client in the aged care facilityby(KE the ageing process and related physiological and psychological changes, including sexualityand gender issues)Your values and beliefs not interfering with the rights of people living in the facility toexpress their sexuality when it does not harm othersAsking questions about how the facility supports the expression of sexuality of thepeople who live there, including those who have dementia, and who identify as lesbian,gay, bisexual, transsexual or intersex (LGBTI)Being upset by the demands made by the person and not show your concerns with thecare teamProviding the person living there with opportunities to discuss their needs if they wish todo so.

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Geriatrics, Residential Aged Care facility, Aged Care Industry Association

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