Travis has almost intuitive awareness of her emotional and physical needs.Travis Rights:Travis has the right to visit anytime as there is an open-door policy.Travis has the strong commitment to encourage community bases activities with friends and family members.Travis Responsibilities:Travis is a young career and primary care for his mother.Travis needs to spend more time with his mother as he is the primary career forhis mother.CS Q8: What are Trudi’s friends’ rights, role and responsibilities in this situation? Trudi's friendsRole:FRIENDS’ OF TRUIDITrudi's friends Rights:Trudi’s friend has the rights cooking meals doing some of the houseworkTrudi's friends Responsibilities:Know her food preferences developed a menu list every weekCS Q9: What are Bethany’s rights, role and responsibilities in this situation? Bethany' roles & responsibilities:1.To arrange for counselling sessions2.To arrange for future planning sessions3.To arrange sessions for skill development, other education sessions.4.Future planning services such as legal and financial servicesBethany' roles & responsibilities:1.To arrange for counselling sessionsStar_CHCCCS025_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v2.0
262.To arrange for future planning sessionsBethany right:She can get unpaid leave to take care of TrudyShe can opt for flexible working hoursShe has the right to respect as a human beingShe has the right to protect the confidentiality of comprehensive informationCase study (questions 10–14) Giselle is ready to start school and is excited about this new change in her life. Her mother, Gert, is feeling nervous and worried about how Giselle will cope at school. She is concerned that the school will not be able to manage her behaviour effectively and that Giselle will lose access to valuable skills. Patrice meets with Gert and makes sure that Giselle is invited to come in for part of the meeting too. Together they talk about the positive aspects of starting school and Patrice showsGiselle a simple picture book about getting ready for school. She provides Gert with brochures and fact sheets about what to expect during the first few weeks and then, while Giselle is busy reading her new book, they make a list of Gert’s concerns and talk about how they can be managed. They also write down some information from Giselle’s behaviour plan to share with the school so they will be able to implement the same strategies at school as home. Gert suggests some positive strategies such as distraction, regular breaks, quiet times and being alert for triggers, which can all help avoid behavioural difficulties arising as a result of Giselle becoming confused or tired during the day. They write an action plan document to help the school plan for any behavioural difficultiesthat might arise during the first few weeks.