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65.Staf should be instructe to choose passwords that are difficut to guess, made up of combination of letters, numbers and special cases. Passwords should be changed regularly.What are staff required to do when they start working for an organisation to ensure that they keep private information confidential? (1 sentence)Sign a statement of confidentiality form.You are out to dinner with a number of friends. You want to tell them a story about a client that is really funny but also quite personal and embarrassing. Should you do this? Explain (75–100 words).
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responsibiity no to disclose information regarding your client. As a carer you cannot share information under the confidentiality and privacy act. Identify five reasons reports are written. 66. To provide a picture of how a client feels/behaves 67. To contribute to any plas developed to benifit the client 68. To make all relevant people aware of any progress that has been made 69. To enhance acountability 70. So that comprehensive and useful information can be passed ono other workers/health professionals Identify five characteristics that the information in reports should have. 71. Clear 72. Complete 73. Concise 74. Conrete 75. Correct List 10 types of information workers should include when reporting observations to supervisors either verbally or in writing. 76. Plans and goals and how they are beng met 77. what went well, or not so well and why 78. Changes in health and wellbeing 79. Likesn and dislikes of the client 80. Emotional interactions between the client and members of the support system 81. How efectively and efficiently the person is being supported 82. Relevant information about the individuals and ther response to any activities or strategies used to support them 83. Any impediments to client support and proposition for addressing these 84. How to engage other stakehoolder who have a rle to play in meeting the needs of clients
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85.Future directionsList 10 possible hazards/ risks support workers might identify in their workplace.
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