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2.Seek help from others, if necessary.3.Explain the procedure to the person.4.Confirm consent from the person. 5.Wash hands correctly before assisting the person. 6.If the person is using a wheelchair, park the wheelchair as close as possible to the car. 7.Open the car door as wide as it will go. 8.Make sure the wheelchair brakes are on and the footplates are removed or folded back. 9.Allow enough room beside the car door so that both of you and the person can move easily. Move the car seat back to give more room for the legs.10.Encourage the person to slowly stand then step round so their back was towards the car. 11.Instruct the person to hold on to the car in the most secure but comfortable place. This may be the door frame, the edge of the car seat or the edge of the dashboard depending on the person’s preference. 12.Support the person’s hips or shoulders as they start to bend to sit down. 13.Place hand gently over the person’s head as they sit to protect their head from bumping on the door frame.14.Encourage the person to shuffle back in to the seat and to move their legs into the car.15.Check if the person is in the middle of the seat.16.Assist the person with securing the seat belt. 17.Wash hands after assisting the person.18.Report and document the completed task and relevant observations according to organisation procedures.B. Steps in assisting a person out of a carDid the student perform the following steps?SatisfactoryNot YetSatisfactory1.Check the personal support plan for information relevantto the task.2.Seek help from others, if necessary.Assessment Workbook| Version 2.1 April 2019 Page 29of 31
QUEENSFORD COLLEGECOMMUNITY SERVICESCHCCCS011 Meet personal support needs3.Explain the procedure to the person.4.Confirm consent from the person. 5.Wash hands before assisting the person.6.Prepare the wheelchair for use with the brakes on. 7.Open the car door as wide as it would go.8.Encourage the person to shuffle towards the open door holding on to what ever is the most secure and comfortable surface such as the door frame. 9.Encourage the person to lift their legs out on to the ground then to shuffle forward in the car seat before standing. 10.Encourage the person to step round towards the wheelchair and sit.11.Wash hands after assisting the person.12.Report and document the completed task and relevant observations according to organisation procedures.Assessor’s comments:Assessor’s name & signatureDate/ /USING PERSONAL EQUIPMENTStudent Name: ____________________________________________________Student Number: __________________________________________________Date: _____/_____/_____Following theoretical instructions, practical demonstration, and practice under supervision, the student should be able to demonstrate the following steps:Steps in assisting a person with using personal equipmentDid the student perform the following steps?SatisfactoryNot Yet Satisfactory1.Check the personal support plan for information relevantto the task.