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Paying close attention to body language and facial expressionProviding ample time for the individual to communicate Providing opportunities that facilitate communication4.If you sought any assistance throughout delivering the support3.How you monitored your support activities, including:1.How you monitored your own workWe have to do following things to monitor ourselves:Self- evaluationFeedback from co-workersBeing objectiveNot being stuffy2.How you involved the client in discussions regarding their support We involved the client in discussions regarding their support by:Conducting changing needs assessments Developed by Enhance Your Future Pty Ltd9CHCCCS015 - Provide individualised supportVersion 2Course code and name
Conducting future planning with the person Developing individual action plans with the person with a disability that address their changing needs Referrals to specialist services appropriate to their needs Involve significant others as appropriate in helping people identify their options and ways they might be able to achieve their goals Setting smart goals Gathering feedback from clients3.Did the plan require reviewing? If so; why, who did you discuss it with and how did that discussion support the client’s self-determination?Yes, the plan required reviewing. When monitoring of the individualized plan, we need to report to the supervisor or coordinator to ensure that the actions we perform as a care worker meet duty of care requirements and fit within the agreed boundaries of the plan. It is necessary to hold a formal meeting with supervisors and experienced personnel to discuss ideas, develop individualized plans, evaluate the outcomes of an individualized plan or to make the appropriate changes. Making regular reports to oursupervisor, we will be able to negotiate and discuss; problem-solving, the rights of the clients, issues relating to family members or representatives, accountability and conflict resolution strategies.4.All information regarding the reporting and documentation you completed as part of your supportThere will be a requirement of our role to document any observations or concerns about the clients we work with. These may include case notes, care plans, incident reports, family details, personal history, progress reports, financial dealings and other forms of documentation. Where reports are inhard copy handwriting must be legible.Reports must be written in clear English, in black pen and be objective. This means weshould not include personal opinion in what we write. Many organisations rely on the accurate completion of documentation in order to receive government and other funding. Our induction to an organisation will include guidance on what reports need Developed by Enhance Your Future Pty Ltd10CHCCCS015 - Provide individualised supportVersion 2Course code and name
to be completed on a daily, weekly or at review time basis. Where anything