Having the sense that things are fine that nothing

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5.Having the sense that things are fine; that nothing can disrupt the bond between you and the other personHow can support be provided according to a person’s preferences and individualised plan? (100 words) Why should you encourage clients to identify their strengths? (50 words) Identify the type of equipment you might have to assemble for a person who cannot communicate verbally, read or write (100–150 words).
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books or voice output device, using symbols such as photographs, line drawings, wordsor letters. ow-tech communication aids, placing letters, words, phrases, pictues, and/or symbols on a bred or book, or usig body part, mouth stick, or light pointer. Picture communcation system, picture symbols are used. Picture exchange communication system. adaptive technology as the person may not be able to write due to poor hand function or eye sight.You have to assist a person move from a chair to a bed. What type of equipment might you need to set up/ assemble in order to do this? (1–2 sentences) You are working with a client who has poor vision and cannot read a computer screen. What might you need to do and what equipment might you need to set up or assemble to help them do this? (20–40 words)You would use adaptive technology, this includes alternate oradapted hardware and/or sotfware applications which duplicate the input and output taks in an appropriate way forthe user.Why is it important to find out the role a carer currently plays in supporting a client, and will play in the future?
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