CHCMHS011 ASSESS & PROMOTE SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL & PHYSICAL WELLBEINGPage14of109v 1.03.Drink in moderation. 4.Stay hydrated. 5.Get a good night's sleep.Question 11: What are the range of requirements that all people require in order to achieve physical well- being?TheFiverequirements toWellbeingare – Connect, Be Active, Keep Learning, Give, and Take Notice.Question 12: What health services may a client need to have access to?Mental health care.Dental care.Laboratory and diagnostic care.Substance abuse treatment.Preventative care.Physical and occupational therapy.Nutritional support.Pharmaceutical care.Question 13: What types of comprehensive health checks may you need to organise?Health checks for your heart. Health checks for diabetes. Health checks for bowel cancer. Health checks for eye conditions.Health checks for your bones. Breast cancer screening. Cervical Screening Test.STI screening.Question 14: List four physical health strategies that you may need to implement.Drink more water and fewer sugary drinks. Because the body is primarily composed of water, stayinghydrated is crucial to your physical health. Exercise regularly. You don't have to become a gym member to exercise. Eat more fruits and vegetables and less fast food. Get a good night's sleep. Wash your hands.Question 15: List three established and credible information sources you may use when promoting healthy living habits to clients.Internet, blogs, journals, newspapers.Question 16: What steps will you follow to promote social wellbeing?Start small. Don't try to suddenly take huge steps.Chat with strangers.Learn to act like likeable people do. Don't be afraid of silence. Find a hobby that's social.Question 17: What people and service providers might be involved in making up the carenetwork?The networks will have expanded neighborhood teams which will comprise a range of staff such as GPs, clinicalpharmacists, district nurses, community geriatricians, dementia workers and Allied Health Professionals such asphysiotherapists and podiatrists/chiropodists, joined by social care and the voluntary sector’.Question 18: Isolation can be internal or external. Isolation of a client can be related to what?Patientsmust beplaced in isolationto prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Those who arekeptinstrictisolationare oftenkeptin a special room at the facility designed for that purpose.