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to complete your discussion report. Your assessor will be observing each group to ensure everyone participates equally.78484AE6A1EF9FBD68BFF8661CEEBB128012B48B.DOCXCHC33015 CERTIFICATEIIIININDIVIDUALSUPPORTApex Training Institute Page 23
CASESTUDY: TULLYTully is a 75-year-old female who has an intellectual disability. She enjoys art, reading and music. She is not overly social and tends to spend time alone privately completing recreational activities. She has been a smoker for 40 years and usually smokes up to 8–10 cigarettes a day. She is able to go for walks for short periods at a time only. Tully is sensitive to loud noises in the environment, which causes her to become quite anxious and stressed. Being anxious or stressed causes Tully to smoke more frequently through the day. Tully’s father passed away from lung cancer due to smoking when she was younger, so one of her goals is to cut back on smoking. She is hoping to smoke only 2 cigarettes per day. Notes from the group discussionAbove case study is about the women name Tulley. She very quits person, if she hears noise, she gets anxious and stresses. Most probably she like to live alone. She also has an intellectual disability.Now here her main goal is she want to cut down smoking cigarettes habits to 2 cigarettes a day as she has been smoking 40 years and, in a day, she smokes 8 to 10 cigarettes. Notes from the class presentationsThe main reason for smoking was she want to get right from anxious and from stress.Tully has been smoking since she was young. She smokes 8-10 a cigarette a per day.Her father was also pass away from lung cancer due to smoking so now she want to cut down smoking.Now she was want to decrease her smoking habits. 78484AE6A1EF9FBD68BFF8661CEEBB128012B48B.DOCXCHC33015 CERTIFICATEIIIININDIVIDUALSUPPORTApex Training Institute Page 24
Assessment Task 2: Discussion ReportNameDate:Group participants1Strategies To cut down the habits of smoking she needs to follow the strategies of following points1.Asking her the reason for quitting the smoking.Make a list of all the reasons you want to quit smoking. They might include:Improving your health, lowering your risk of disease, not exposing family or friends to second-hand smoke, setting a good example for your children, saving money and getting rid of the lingering smell of tobacco smoke2.Making a plan for quitting the smoking, most people have the best success with quitting smoking by setting a quit-smoking date and then abruptly stopping on that date.3.Considering other way of quitting like ways that you can cut back gradually include delaying your first cigarette of the day, progressively lengthening the time between cigarettes, smoking only half of each cigarette, buying only one pack of cigarettes at a time4.Talking about the treatment.5.Managing the stress6.Avoiding the smoking trigger.

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