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P a g e | 11 Activity 1E Estimated Time 40 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to consider specific physical and sensory needs of the person. Activity Identify three aspects of daily life a client could struggle with and recommend equipment or other aids that could assist them. Choose one aspect of the list of daily tasks in 1.5 of the Learner guide, and write a step-by-step guide to a specific task, noting any variables or potential issues. Example: Continence aids > using incontinence pants.
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P a g e | 13 Activity 1F Estimated Time 20 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to identify risks associated with the provision of support and confirm with supervisor. Activity Identify an aspect of care provision that you could provide to a client. Identify the potential risks to the client. Identify the potential risk to the caregiver.
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P a g e | 15 Activity 2A Estimated Time 60 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to discuss and confirm person’s own preferences for personal support in a positive way. Activity Identify ten example preferences a client may have relating to their care. For each: How would you identify this information? How would you confirm it? How would you record it?
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P a g e | 16 Write an example of a procedure using the framework given in chapter 2.1: Explaining what the procedure is Explaining why the client needs it Explaining what will happen during the procedure Asking if the client has any preferences Answering clients’ questions and addressing their concerns Confirm that the client understands and that they are happy. Choose any procedure and include aspects you would cover to ensure that the client was fully informed and can confirm the plans.
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P a g e | 17 Activity 2B Estimated Time 20 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to consider and confirm the person’s level of participation in meeting their personal support needs. Activity Explain how you would determine and confirm the client’s level of participation in meeting their own personal care needs?
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P a g e | 18 Activity 2C Estimated Time 30 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to provide the person with information to assist them in meeting their own personal support needs. Activity Identify three different types of information a client may need to help them meet their own care needs. Where would you source each from?
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P a g e | 20 Activity 3A Estimated Time 30 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to safely prepare for each task and adjust any equipment, aids and appliances. Activity Identify a process, aid or appliance that could be used when caring for a client. List the safe-use specifications and for each, suggest a negative consequence of failing to use the equipment safely.
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P a g e | 21 Activity 3B Estimated Time 45 Minutes Objective To provide you with an opportunity to take account of identified risks in the provision of personal support and technical support activities.
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