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You must answer all 15 questions correctly. Write your answers in the space provided. If you need more space, you can use extra paper. All extra pieces of paper mustinclude your name and the question number/s you are answering.You may like to use a computer to type your answers. Your assessor will tell youif you can email them the file or if you need to print a hard copy and submit it.WHATDOI NEEDINORDERTOCOMPLETETHISASSESSMENT?Access to textbooks and other learning materials.Access to a computer and the Internet (if you prefer to type your answers).WHENDOI DOTHISTASK?You will do this task in the classroom or for homework – your assessor will advise.Write in your due date as advised by your assessor: _________________________________WHATDOI NEEDTODOIFI GETSOMETHINGWRONG?If your assessor marks any of your answers as incorrect, they will talk to you about resubmission. You will need to do one of the following:Answer the questions that were incorrect in writing.Answer the questions that were incorrect verbally. 3AF3CE8D8E4F88568D78880B0B1E12D8F6723D57.DOCXCHC33015 CERTIFICATEIIIININDIVIDUALSUPPORTApex Training Institute Page 9
QUESTION1Explain the following types of person-centred approaches.PATH – Planning Alternative Tomorrows with HopeA visual planning tool that starts by looking at future goals and visions. After defining an individual’s vision, there is an 8-step process to follow in determining an action plan or ‘pathway’ to achieving those goals. The PATH planning method was developed by Jack Pear point, Marsha Forrest and John O’Brien.MAPs – Making Action PlansA planning process using a person-centred approach to be achieving individual goals. Strategies are built on individual interest and needs. The planning follows a 5-step process.3AF3CE8D8E4F88568D78880B0B1E12D8F6723D57.DOCXCHC33015 CERTIFICATEIIIININDIVIDUALSUPPORTApex Training Institute Page 10
PFP – Personal Futures PlanningPersonal Futures Planning is a process to assist teams to plan for the next stageof an individual's life. The team includes a person's family, relatives and/or carers. The planning focuses on the future needs of the individual with an emphasis on individual strengths and interestsCircles of SupportA person-centred planning tool useful for identifying who is involved in an individual’s support plan, strengthening specific relationships and establishing relationships and balance between family, friends, carers or other workers in the individual’s life. 3AF3CE8D8E4F88568D78880B0B1E12D8F6723D57.DOCXCHC33015 CERTIFICATEIIIININDIVIDUALSUPPORTApex Training Institute Page 11