The client speaks another language as their primary language You could use an

The client speaks another language as their primary

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The client speaks another language as their primary language You could use an interpreter or translation system, or pass the client on to a colleague who is fluent in that language. Client prefers a same sex carer Respect the client’s wishes and rearrange the meeting to be conducted with a colleague if necessary.
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P a g e | 11 Activity 2B Estimated Time 20 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to identify a range of learning strategies and opportunities to address the person’s goals. Activity Complete the following individually or in a group (as applicable to the specific activity and the assessment environment): 1. Identify a potential end goal for a client; this should be related to a personal interest. Next, identify two skills that the client may need to develop and maintain in order to pursue and achieve this personal end goal. For each skill, suggest a suitable learning strategy / opportunity. All answers will vary. For example, a client would like to be able to attend a local art group. In order to do this, they should ensure that their social skills and independence skills are sufficient: Social skills are required for interacting with other members of the group. Independence skills are required to attend the class and possibly travel to the class. Social skills can be developed and maintained through role playing or providing a role model. If the carer or other nominated person sets a good example when interacting with others, the client can learn from this. Independence skills can be developed and maintained through peer education. Other clients, possibly with similar conditions and / or anxieties can offer advice and coping strategies.
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P a g e | 12 Activity 2C Estimated Time 20 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to develop formal ongoing skills development activities using a person-centred approach and, where appropriate, in conjunction with other relevant personnel. Activity Complete the following individually or in a group (as applicable to the specific activity and the assessment environment): 1. Think of a brief skills development plan for one of a hypothetical client’s skills. Write two versions of this plan - one that is person-centred and one that is not. You should write in the style required by your organisation. All answers will vary. For example, a client wishes to develop their cooking skills so they can remain living independently at home. Person-centred Frank is an elderly client with severe arthritis. Frank needs to develop his cooking skills if he is to remain living at home, which is a big priority for him. Frank has indicated that he would like to add foods such as rice, pasta and vegetables into his diet. Frank dislikes the idea of attending a communal or commercial cookery class and would prefer some help in his own home using his own facilities. It has been arranged that Sandra the nutrition guidance counsellor will attend Frank’s home and give him the help he requires. Not person centred Client, 82, arthritic. Living alone. Needs cookery lessons to be able to live independently. Will arrange that client attends our standard cookery class in the community centre. Must attend lessons and demonstrate competency or steps should be made to move him to a residential home.
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