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p)Choose one of the challenges that you identified above. What support could be given to someone so they can continue their community participation?QUESTION9a)List three indicators for each type of elder abuse in the table below.Type of elder abuseIndicatorsPhysical abusePsychological7B4A685345091624D5AB3A316A3FFD84E48002B3.DOCXCHC33015 CERTIFICATEIIIININDIVIDUALSUPPORTApex Training InstitutePage 25
Type of elder abuseIndicatorsFinancialSexualq)If you suspected that a client was being abused, where would you find advice on how to report it?
QUESTION10Harry has a fall during one of his walks. You help him up and assist him back to his room. He appears to be okay, but is shaken. a)What should you do to report the incident (both verbally and in writing)?r)Why is it important to report this incident given that Harry does not appear to be injured?7B4A685345091624D5AB3A316A3FFD84E48002B3.DOCXCHC33015 CERTIFICATEIIIININDIVIDUALSUPPORTApex Training InstitutePage 27
Elsie saw Harry fall. She comes up to you and starts asking questions about Harry. ‘Why did he fall?’, ‘Why does he walk so badly?’, ‘Did he have a hip replacement like I did?’s)How would you respond to Elsie? Why would you respond in this way?QUESTION11For each of the care approaches, provide an example of how this could be provided.
Care approachExample of how this can be providedRights based approachConsumer-directed careQUESTION12Research a best-practice aged care program (for example, you might choose the Eden Alternative or Active Service Model). In one to two paragraphs describe the program and why it is ‘best practice.’7B4A685345091624D5AB3A316A3FFD84E48002B3.DOCXCHC33015 CERTIFICATEIIIININDIVIDUALSUPPORTApex Training InstitutePage 29
QUESTION13Mabel lives at home alone. She is a very independent woman and enjoys working as a volunteer in the community and also runs an art class. Mabel fell and broke her shoulder. She needed surgery and spent ten days in hospital. Once she was clinically stable, she was worried about how she wouldmanage at home as she had no family close by. She was told that she would be dependent on support for activities of daily living for up to two months while her shoulder repaired itself.Mabel was very worried that she would have to remain in hospital for that time, however arrangements were made for her to be discharged from hospital and receive assistance at home until she was able to be independent once more. A care plan was set up and was planned to go for six weeks at which time it would be re-evaluated.