5.What is a community access plan? Included in the client’s individual plan is the method in which a client can have access tocommunity options to meet their needs. A support worker should help the client inidentifying these options. It is part of the support worker’s responsibilities to complete orimplement a community access plan. This plan should list the different choices available toclients based, considering their requirements and interests.Developed by Enhance Your Future Pty Ltd14CHCDIS003 - Support community participation and social inclusionVersion 2Course code and name
6.How can you assist your client in forming one-to-one connections and relationships?We can assist by following ways:Identify who the person already knows and where the relationship can bestrengthened and deepenedIdentify who would appreciate this person’s giftsIdentify where you can find an interested personIdentify associations and clubsIdentify community places that are hospitable and welcomingIdentify places where the person can fit in just the way they are7.Discuss the different types of feedback you can collect. Who should you collect feedback from any why?There are two main types of feedback data that can be collected, and these are:I.Quantitative feedback: Collects data in the form of numbers. This meansthat aspects can be measured and expressed in numbers as percentages orratios. Quantitative Research tells us ‘how many’, ‘how much’, ‘to whatextent’ or ‘what size’ something is.II.Qualitative feedback: Collects exploratory data, it asks a variety ofcarefully planned questions that seek the underlying reasons, opinions andmotiation behind different actions and situations.8.What principles are important to observe and practice when implementing an Individualised Support Plan? When implementing the ISP it is important to observe and practice the following: I.ConsistencyII.Persistence - Individuals may need several attempts to attain their goals.Create or look for opportunities to practice and reinforce learning in regularsettings and different environments. III.Clear understanding of the plan and the role as a support workerIV.Implement the plan in a positive supporting manner. Recognise the clientfor a job well done. Offer feedback when needed and discuss it in aconstructive approach. V.Document all required behaviours, successes and concerns related to theplan. The plan may need revisions depending on the changes of needs,goals and desires of the client. Documentation will help identify those areasthat need modifications. VI.Make sure to communicate any adjustments in the plan to the supervisor soDeveloped by Enhance Your Future Pty Ltd15CHCDIS003 - Support community participation and social inclusionVersion 2Course code and name
that it may be reviewed thoroughly. Consult the supervisor when there is achallenge or difficulty in the implementation the plan or if the goal isbecoming less viable.
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