CS Q12 What strategy has Patrice implemented to work positively with Giselle

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CS Q12: What strategy has Patrice implemented to work positively with Giselle and Becky? Strategies that Patricia implemented to work positively with Giselle and Becky a.) She Called Becky, the next door girl to see Giselle in her first assembly on the last day of first school week. b.) She Even asked Becky to come and play after the First week so they too can talk About her week at School. c.) Becky is A Good Listener to Giselle and Also Helps her in solving her Problems. CS Q13 : What strengths-based solution could Patrice use to respond to the possible difficulty of Giselle having trouble separating from Gert on the first few days of school? Strength based solution patrica used to respond to possible difficulty of Giselle having troubles separating from Gert on first Few Weeks of School are- a.) Distraction of Giselle b.) Giving her regular breaks, c.) Giving her quite times d.) being alert for triggers helps Giselle to avoid behavioural difficulties. Star_CHCCCS025_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v2.0
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28 e.) Also calling Becky to school premises was a good idea as she was Giselle's friend and understood her completely And helped her with solving problems CS Q14: How can Patrice support Giselle’s carer, family and friends to maximise ongoing support and involvement in Giselle’s life? Patrice meets Giselle's mother, Gert, and the positive aspects of starting school are discussed. Patrice provides a comprehensive overview of Giselle's actions and makes a checklist with an action plan to tackle the behavioural problems that occur during the first few weeks of school life. As part of the conversation, Patrice invites Giselle. Giselle suggests to both her grandmothers, whom she will invite to the assembly on the last week of the school day, and she also suggests taking her teddy in her bag which helps to resolve her concerns. Patrice also takes into account the suggestion made by her mother to include Giselle's big sister and best friend Becky, because she is a great listener. Patrice wants to invite Becky to play with Geselle, which encourages her to think about her school week, modifying her actions, and helping her to deal with school. Case study (questions 15–21) Patrick is the primary carer for Sebastian, a young man who has complex care needs which are extremely time consuming. He needs full time supervision, medication management and must be turned in bed several times a night. Pahalk is a family support worker who initially created an individual support plan for Sebastian and now provides ongoing support to the family. Patrick meets with Pahalk to talk about how the family is coping at present. Patrick tells Pahalk that he is finding the caring responsibilities challenging and that sometimes he gets very cross and angry. He explains that there have been times when he has left Sebastian unattended to go to the pub nearby and play the pokies. He explains that he does not gamble a lot but that it just gives him a short break and some relief from the demands of caring. Pahalk asks what happens when he feels
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