care and quality of life. 3 Self-fulfilmentTo pursue opportunities for the full development of their potential;To access the education, cultural, spiritual and recreational resources of society. M4 IndependenceTo access to adequate food, water, shelter, clothing, and health care through the provision of income, family and community support and help; To work and pursue other income generating opportunities with no barriers based on age; To retire and participate in determining when and at what pace withdrawal from the labour force takes place; To access education and training programs to enhance literacy, facilitate employment, and permit informed planning and decision making; To live in environments that are safe and adaptable to personal preferences and changing capacities; 13 | P a g eStar_CHCAGE001_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v1.2
To reside at home as long as possible5 DignityTo be treated fairly regardless of age, gender, racial or ethnic background, disability or other status, and to be valued independently of their economic contributions; To live in dignity and security and to be free of exploitation and physical or mental abuse; To exercise personal autonomy in health care decision making, including the right to die with dignity by assenting to or rejecting treatment designedsolely to prolong life. Q6: State any possible outcomes of complaints made by a client. 1 Quality of care2 choice of activities3 catering4 personal care5 physical environment / Communication qualityQ7: Identify and outline two physical changes, two neurological disorders and a psychological disorder associated with ageing. Physical changes include: 1 vision:- eyes dry up lens become less accurate. Therefore sight can become blurry and out of four glasses and contact lens a may head to be used as corrective 2 HAIR AND NAIL:- hair become thinner and drier, leading to massive possible itching discomfort as well as hair loss14 | P a g eStar_CHCAGE001_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v1.2
Two neurological conditions include: 1 These are of two types acute and chronic .Acute conditions - are those disease with sudden onset and lasts for a short duration while 2 chronic conditions - are those disease which lasts for more than three months .A psychological disorder is: sometimes used to refer to what is more frequently known as mentaldisordersorpsychiatric disorders. For example Depression, bipolar disorder,and other mood disorders,Eating disorders,Personality disorders.Q8: It is important to promote individual strengths and capacities in order to facilitate independent living. What are four modifications and four aids that may help with this? Home modifications Aids Emergency alarmswheelchairshandrailWalking sticksStair liftsHearing aidsWalk in shower or bathGuide dogsQ9: a. How can active listening encourage empowerment, trust and goodwill? b.
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