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What is Important to Person Two?Family visitsCompliments boosts his self-esteem – do this often! Company is vital to Person Two – spending time with wife, family and careers. Sunday Church service with wife.How can we best support Person One?He requires x1 staff assistance with oral hygiene as he is getting used to his new partial top dentures. Reality orientating him of the Sunday church serviceRegular monitoring of any changes in skin integrity Always wears his glasses and top dentures during the dayHe requires walking stick to move about. Situation 2:You are working Sunday Morning shift. While assisting Person two with his oral care. You have noticed a bruise in his left arm. When you ask him about the bruise, Person two states that he has no idea how he got it.Assessment Workbook| Version 2.1 Jan 2019Page 22of 30
QUEENSFORD COLLEGECHC33015 CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTCHCCCS023 Support independence and well-beingTask No.Description of taskPerson TwoYesNoComments/feedback bythe Assessorabout whythe skill/task was NotSatisfactory2aDid the student read Person Two’s Care Plan to findinformation regarding his needs, staged of life, development and strengths?2bDid the student promote Person Two’s independence with the toileting activity? 2cDid the student promote Person Two’s self-esteem and confidence with oral hygiene? 2dDid the student accommodate and/address Person Two’s Physical, Social, Cultural or spiritual needs? 2eDid the student identify changes in Person Two’s physical condition?2fDid the student report Person Two’s problem to relevant person?Assessment Workbook| Version 2.1 Jan 2019Page 23of 30
QUEENSFORD COLLEGECHC33015 CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTCHCCCS023 Support independence and well-beingPerson Three: Individualized Care PlanName:Person ThreeAge: 76 Years OldMalePresent Illness:Alzheimer’s DementiaPast Medical History:Hypothyroidism and Type 2 DiabetesPast Surgical History:Cataract surgery in 2000Medications:Levoxyl one tablet daily, Metformin 1-3 times a day with meals. PRN Panadol and coloxyl with senna. Allergies:No Known Drug Allergies. No known environmental allergies.Social History:He/she is widowed and currently resides in a Nursing Home. Sonvisit occasionally. What is Important to Person Two?Likes his/her warm cup of tea with milk no sugarHe/she enjoys singing and musicHe/she like to keep to himself/herself in his/her bedroom most of day and only socializes when there is a concert onTo always have access to his/her walking stickHow can we best support Person One?He/she requires x1 staff assistance with toileting and showeringRespecting his/her alone timeMake sure his/her walking stick is always easily accessible Person three has behaviours of concerns associated with his/her Dementia– careers to use verbal and nonverbal communication strategies along with validation strategies, reality orientation and reassurance to minimize these behaviours.