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This unit also contains a Practical placement componentthat is required to be successfully completed for competency to be granted in this unit.e CHC43215_CHC43315 Cluster 3 Workbook 3.1-3.5 v1-2018Page 57 of 80Assessment material supplied by Smallprint
FormativeassessmentsActivity 1.1. Wy are family roles and relationships very important in the life of a person with support needs?(100-150 words)Answer:2. When a support worker is working with a carer, why is it important to confirm with a supervisor the role of the carer in their familymember's life? (50-75 words)Answer:Activity 2.Jessie is the carer of James, her 25-year-old son with intellectual and physical disabilities and mental health issues. Jessie worked for 15 years as a social worker but gave up her career when James was born and has been caring for him ever since. James is an outgoing young man, but he needs daily assistance with personal care, dressing, medication, meal preparation, transport, appointments and financial issues. Up until recently Jessie provided all the care for James, but Jessie's health has deteriorated, and she now needs the assistance of support workers on a daily basis. Jessie has painful arthritis which is restricting her movements.Answer the following questions in a short paragraph1. Give examples of knowledge and skills that Jessie might possess that could complement the role of a support worker involved in the care of James.Answer:2. Taking into account Jessie's health issues, what might be identified and confirmed with the supervisor regarding job function boundaries that indicate respect for Jessie's role as James' carer?Answer:3. Identify possible needs that Jessie might have that could impact on James and would thereforeneed to be confirmed with a supervisor.Answer:e CHC43215_CHC43315 Cluster 3 Workbook 3.1-3.5 v1-2018Page 58 of 80Assessment material supplied by Smallprint
Activity 3 (Scenario continued from Activity 2) …Jessie has recently been diagnosed with a benign brain tumour which will require intensive treatment over a period of months during which time Jessie will be unable to care for James at all. While Jessie has been ill, James' behaviour has become quite demanding which has increased Jessie's stress.Answer the following questions in a short paragraph1. How might the relationship between Jessie and James have changed over the past two years?Answer:2. Identify key changes that might include a risk of the care relationship breaking down. Answer:3. Having confirmed with a supervisor the risks that might lead to relationship breakdown, how might James' individualised plan be reassessed or reviewed?Answer:Activity 4.Provide three examples of negative impacts that transitions may create for families, carers and/orfriends. List possible strategies to minimise the negative impact and/or maximise the positive aspects of transition. (100-150 words)Answer:Activity 5.

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