CHCDIS007EMPOWERING DISABLED PEOPLECHC33015CERTIFICATE IIIIN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT© 2015 Eduworks Resources, a division of RTO Advice Group Pty LtdPage 6 QUESTION Describe what an individual with a disability might have experienced historically, having lived in an institutionalised environment. 6 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Question 7 List two Acts of legislation –both on a national level (ie Commonwealth legislation) and within your state or territory that are related to protecting human rights in disability services. Your state or territory’s legislationLegislation 1: Legislation 2: Commonwealth legislation Legislation 1: Legislation 2: QUESTION Identify the 6 National Standards that apply to disability service providers. 8 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Question 9 16 year old Billy who suffers from quadriplegia, lives in residential care spent several days with bed sores on his buttocks. Due to his condition he was not able to verbally communicate his levels of pain and symptoms including redness, rash and broken skin. Billy is meant to be fully examined for bedsores and other lesions every day. After 4 days, a new worker raised concerns to management however they decided it was best to wait until the next day to provide treatment. Did the staff exercise their duty of care? Explain your answer. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Question 10 Janessa has recently advised her supervisor that she is pregnant. She is very surprised when she returns to the office and everyone congratulates her. Apparently the supervisor has sent out an email to all staff passing on her exciting news. Has Janessa’s employer breached her rights to privacy? Explain your answer.