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WHATDOI NEEDINORDERTOCOMPLETETHISASSESSMENT?Access to textbooks and other learning materials.Access to a computer and the Internet (if you prefer to type your answers).WHENDOI DOTHISTASK?You will do this task in the classroom or for homework – your assessor will advise.Write in your due date as advised by your assessor: _________________________________WHATDOI NEEDTODOIFI GETSOMETHINGWRONG?If your assessor marks any of your answers as incorrect, they will talk to you about resubmission. You will need to do one of the following:Answer the questions that were incorrect in writing.Answer the questions that were incorrect verbally.
QUESTION1Explain the following types of person-centred approaches.PATH – Planning Alternative Tomorrows with HopeMAPs – Making Action Plans
PFP – Personal Futures PlanningCircles of Support
QUESTION2 Explain the difference between person-centred and system-centred approach.QUESTION3 Describe what the term ‘self-directed support services’ means to people with a disability or to those who are aged.
QUESTION4Explain what is meant by ‘self-determination’. QUESTION5When would you need to complete a client risk assessment? Provide three examples.Example 1:Example 2:Example 3:QUESTION6What documentation are your required to complete as part of providing client support? Provide 3 examples. Example 1:
Example 2:Example 3:QUESTION7Read each scenario and match the scenario with the correct ethical issue or breach in the table below. Scenario ANancy converted to Islam in her late 30s and is now a practicing Muslim. Nancy became confined to a wheelchair after a car accident in her late 20s. Belinda, her support worker, often makes strong political and racial comments about Muslims living in Australia to both clients and colleagues. She is unaware that Nancy is a Muslim.Scenario BYou overhear Beth, one of your colleagues, talking on the phone to her friend during her lunch break. Beth is laughing to her friend over the phone about the mental health issues of one of her aged care clients and disclosing personal details.Scenario CJason, one of the support workers, tells you during his handover that he noticed a few bruises on Carly whilst bathing her before bedtime. Carly is one of his youngest clients, who is only 13 years old. This is not the first time you have heard of her having bruises or abrasions on her body.Scenario DSteven, one of the support workers, has been known as popular with the female clients. He likes to joke around with them and make them laugh. On occasion he brings in surprise treats or gifts for them. Lucy, one of his regular clients, tends to receive more gifts from him than the others. This includes flowers, clothes and chocolates. Steven has also been observed to spend time with her beyond the hours of his shift.