What are the objectives of the diet and exercise that are planned for Billy 3

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2.What are the objectives of the diet and exercise that are planned for Billy? ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3.Which body systems are being affected by Billy’s weight? (Name three body systems)________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4.What actions may be specified in Billy’s care plan to support him with his exercise?________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5.What aids could Billy use to assist him with mobility? ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6.What assistance can be given to Billy to help him to recognise his strengths and achievements through the program? ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 7.What support services could Billy be referred to obtain expert advice and assistance that is outside your scope of practice? Name at least three. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8.What documentation should be kept to track progress towards Billy’s goals________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________
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CHCCCS023SUPPORT INDEPENDANCE &CHCDIV001DIVERSE PEOPLECHC33015CERTIFICATE IIIIN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT© 2015 Eduworks Resources, a division of RTO Advice Group Pty LtdPage 22 CASE STUDY 5FADIFadi’s son has put in a formal complaint about the food that is served to his father. Fadi told his son that the food is mainly western style, is very dull and often tough. As he is a Muslim, Fadi does not eat pork. The staff always provide another alternative when pork is on the menu but yesterday, when pork sausages were on the menu, the only alternative was fish which Fadi’s has never liked. When he said he didn’t want sausages or fish he was told he would have to have a Vegemite sandwich instead. This is hardly enough for the main meal of the day! There are many different nationalities and it is impossible for every cultural food requirement to be catered for all the time. But the kitchen is keen to help out as much as they can so long as it is within their tight budget. 1.What rights does Fadi have? ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2.What process should be undertaken to investigate this complaint? ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3.Suggest three strategies that might solve Fadi’s problem. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4.How can Fadi be offered choice in determining solutions to his problem? ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ CASE STUDY 6RACHELLARachella is one of your clients. Rachella suffers from anxiety and depression for while she takes medication and is monitored by her GP. Rachella also has counselling once per fortnight. Today Rachella is very fidgety. She is pacing up and down, seemingly in a world of her own. When you ask her if she is OK she snaps at you and says “Of course I’m not all right –nothing is all right. You know nothing!! No-one can help me I’m sick of everything I just can’t go on anymore”.When you ask what the matter is she gets angry and tells you to just leave her alone.
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