Jack contracted encephalitis when he was three years old and since then his mother has been theonly support. At that time his mother did not speak English well and found it difficult to get helpwith Jack. Jack’s mother never received any help from the government. Now Jack receives somesupport from the Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association.What Jack would like is someone who can help him find a job and then when this happens hewould like to look at moving into his own place.Points to acknowledge:•Difficulties people have from non-English speaking backgrounds•How family members have to support people with disabilities with no support fromservice providers
•How additional help would have helped to increase his independency•How paid employment would help increase his independency and enhance his sense ofcontribution along with reducing his reliance on a benefitYou will be required to check your progress with the trainer/ assessor at the completion of eachpart of the assessment before commencing the next.The trainer/ assessor will inform you of any significant errors or misjudgements throughout theprocedure and give valuable feedback to you for the rectification of the problem.If the result of the assessment is that you are Not Yet Satisfactory, you may be required to retake the assessment.Q1: You are Jack’s designated support provider. You are meeting with him and need to assist by understanding the needs of jack to identify appropriate support to ensure he reaches his goals.Complete jack’s initial meeting plan to understand the needs, social history, previous lifestyle and other personalinformation followed by Jack’s service delivery plan?Use the template provided below to complete the task while role playing in a simulated environment.Template for getting ready plan:My goalsWhat are the things that are most important to you? What are the things you would most like to change? What would you like to do with less help from others? Are there new things you would like to try?This list will help you to think about goals you may have in different areas of your life:•daily life•where I live - what sort of accommodation do you live in?•relationships•health and wellbeing e.g. taking up an active recreation or sport•learning e.g. starting or finishing training or study•work e.g. finding a job or changing the hours of your work•social and community activities – getting involved in social and community activities•choice and control over my life•independence e.g. getting around your house or community by yourselfYour goal/s will be listed in your case management Schedule of Supports and will help us know what’s importantto you. Please list your goal/s in the boxes below.Your goalsFamily members, friends, services or others who are helpingme with this goal. When do you want to achieve this? What isstopping you from achieving your goals?
Participant statementWhere I live and the people I live withTell us about your living arrangements (past, current and how I might like things to be in the future).
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