Bethany shows Travis some information application forms and eligibility

Bethany shows travis some information application

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Bethany shows Travis some information, application forms and eligibility criteria guidelines about an out-of-home residential setting near his home, where his mother might be able to move and which would still allow Travis to visit frequently and be involved in her care. She explains that the service has clear guidelines about eligibility and a strong set of policies and guidelines as well as a code of conduct for workers so that Travis would know that she was being well cared for. There is an open door policy, which means Travis could visit any time, and a strong commitment to encouraging community-based activities to maintain links with friends, family members and the wider community. Travis decides to encourage his mother to consider the option of out-of-home residential care, so he meets with Trudi, Bethany and a manager from the setting to begin discussing the options. CS Q1: What attitudes, stereotypes, false beliefs and myths should Bethany have identified in this situation? IN POSITIVE ATTITUDES, BETHANY MUST HAVE NOTICED, Sincerity of the Travis to take care of his mother and to study at the same time Determination to do anything to make the desired outcome come true, this is notice when he was ready to Star_CHCCCS025_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v2.0
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23 quit schooling for the purpose of taking care of his mother ON NEGATIVE ATTITUDE, BETHANY MUST HAVE NOTICED, Frustration Bethany must have noticed Travis feeling frustrated when says that he feels like old. She must have noticed the STEREOTYPIC behaviour of all human being to give preference to friends and getting depressed about their opinions about him, in Travis when he was talking about his friends. FALSE BELIEFS AND MYTHS She must have noticed the friend’s opinion that Travis doesn’t look like a youngster which makes a false belief in Travis, that he is not behaving like a youngster. And the opinion of friend that "no young people will care about their mother" is a myth. All this are expressed in the situation very clearly CS Q2: Outline the pathway that Trudi will take to enter the service setting and the implications for Travis, her family and her friends. With the recommendation from Travis and Bethany along with manager trudi will be agreeing to enter to the setting. But still she must be in a dilemma about leaving Travis behind and alone. Implications of Travis, family, and friends are Since Travis sent trudi to out home care, Travis herself have to take care of all the house cleaning, and basic needs. Financial problem to take care of the expenses Trudi' s diet and regular food pattern will be affected Since they won’t allow outside food friends can’t get food for her Emotional support that trudi got from Travis will affect her self-confidence, may feel helpless. CS Q3: Outline the impact of the caring role on Trudi’s family, carers and friends. Trudi’s caring was taking cared by friends and Travis. The caring they gave to trudi was lovely, and sincere. That must have given trudi more confidence about her life. Caring role of family, carers and
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