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    CHCCCS015 Provide individualised support
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CHCCCS015 Provide individualised support
    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW
This Student Assessment Booklet includes all your tasks for assessment of CHCCCS015 Provide individualised support.
    ABOUT YOUR ASSESSMENTS
This unit requires that you complete 2 assessment tasks. You are required to complete all tasks to demonstrate competency in this unit.
    Assessment Task
    About this task
    Assessment Task 1: Written questions
    You must co
ectly answer all 15 questions to show that you understand the knowledge required of this unit.
    Assessment Task 2: Case study
    You are to review the case study provided and discuss the type of support required for the client to achieve their goal. You will need to complete a report as part of this task.
Supporting resources
You may like to look at the following websites, books and documents for more information about the topics related to this unit:
Arnott, G 2011, The Disability Support Worker, Pearson Australia, Frenchs Forest, NSW.
Croft, H 2013, The Australian Carer 3rd edn, Pearson Australia, Frenchs Forest, NSW.
How to submit your assessments
When you have completed each assessment task you will need to submit it to your assessor.
Instructions about submission can be found at the beginning of each assessment task.
Assessment Task Cover Sheet
At the beginning of each task in this booklet, you will find an Assessment Task Cover Sheet. Please fill it in for each task, making sure you sign the student declaration.
Your assessor will give you feedback about how well you went in each task, and will write this on the back of the Task Cover Sheet.
Make sure you photocopy your written activities before you submit them – your assessor will put the documents you submit into your student file. These will not be returned to you.
Assessment appeals
You can make an appeal about an assessment decision by putting it in writing and sending it to us. Refer to your Student Handbook for more information about our appeals process.
Assessment plan
The following outlines the requirements of your final assessment for this unit. You are required to complete all tasks to demonstrate competency in this unit.
Your assessor will provide you with the due dates for each assessment task. Write them in the table below.
    Assessment Requirements
    Due date
    1. Written questions
         
    2. Case study
         
    Agreement by the student
    Read through the assessments in this booklet before you fill out and sign the agreement below. Make sure you sign this before you start any of your assessments.
    Have you read and understood what is required of you in terms of assessment?
     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    Do you understand the requirements of this assessment?     
     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    Do you agree to the way in which you are being assessed?
     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    Do you have any special needs or considerations to be made for this assessment? If yes, what are they?
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     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    Do you understand your rights to appeal the decisions made in an assessment?
     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    ASSESSMENT TASK 1: WRITTEN QUESTIONS
    
    Task summary:
This is an open book test – you can use the Internet, textbooks and other documents to help you with your answers if required.
You must answer all 15 questions co
ectly.
Write your answers in the space provided.
If you need more space, you can use extra paper. All extra pieces of paper must include your name and the question numbe
s you are answering.
You may like to use a computer to type your answers. Your assessor will tell you if you can email them the file or if you need to print a hard copy and submit it.
What do I need in order to complete this assessment?
Access to textbooks and other learning materials.
Access to a computer and the Internet (if you prefer to type your answers).
When do I do this task?
You will do this task in the classroom or for homework – your assessor will advise.
Write in your due date as advised by your assessor:      
what do I need to do if I get something wrong?
If your assessor marks any of your answers as inco
ect, they will talk to you about resubmission. You will need to do one of the following:
Answer the questions that were inco
ect in writing.
Answer the questions that were inco
ect ve
ally.
Question 1
Explain the following types of person-centred approaches.
PATH – Planning Alternative Tomo
ows with Hope
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MAPs – Making Action Plans
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PFP – Personal Futures Planning
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Circles of Support
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Question 2
Explain the difference between person-centred and system-centred approach.
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Question 3
Describe what the term ‘self-directed support services’ means to people with a disability or to those who are aged.
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Question 4
Explain what is meant by ‘self-determination’.
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Question 5
When would you need to complete a client risk assessment? Provide three examples.
    Example 1:
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    Example 2:
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    Example 3:
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Question 6
What documentation are your required to complete as part of providing client support? Provide 3 examples.
    Example 1:
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    Example 2:
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    Example 3:
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Question 7
Read each scenario and match the scenario with the co
ect ethical issue or
each in the table below.
    Scenario A
Nancy converted to Islam in her late 30s and is now a practicing Muslim. Nancy became confined to a wheelchair after a car accident in her late 20s.
Belinda, her support worker, often makes strong political and racial comments about Muslims living in Australia to both clients and colleagues. She is unaware that Nancy is a Muslim.
    Scenario B
You overhear Beth, one of your colleagues, talking on the phone to her friend during her lunch
eak. Beth is laughing to her friend over the phone about the mental health issues of one of her aged care clients and disclosing personal details.
    Scenario C
Jason, one of the support workers, tells you during his handover that he noticed a few
uises on Carly whilst bathing her before bedtime. Carly is one of his youngest clients, who is only 13 years old. This is not the first time you have heard of her having
uises or a
asions on her body.
    Scenario D
Steven, one of the support workers, has been known as popular with the female clients. He likes to joke around with them and make them laugh. On occasion he
ings in surprise treats or gifts for them.
Lucy, one of his regular clients, tends to receive more gifts from him than the others. This includes flowers, clothes and chocolates. Steven has also been observed to spend time with her beyond the hours of his shift.
    Scenario E
Clients in wheelchairs who visit your recreational facility once a week have not been properly informed about the rotting ramp board at the front entrance. There is a side entrance clients can access safely, however they are not advised to use it as the front board seems to be holding up for the time being.
    Ethical issue
each
    Which scenario covers this?
    Privacy/confidentiality
         
    Discrimination
         
    Work role
oundaries
         
    Duty of care
         
    Mandatory reporting
         
Question 8
What are the key objectives of the UNCRPD?
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Question 9
Provide three examples of circumstances that require you to make an adjustment or variation of a client’s individual plan.
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    Example 3:
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Question 10
Provide five examples of client rights.
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Question 11
Provide two examples of when members of the support team might be required to provide feedback on individual plans.
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Question 12
Describe a situation where you or a client has experienced a risk to health or safety. Explain how this was managed.
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Question 13
When risks are identified in the workplace, who are they reported to? Provide three examples.
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Question 14
Provide three examples for each of the following skills development.
    Life skills
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    Example 3:
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    Social skills
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    Vocational skills
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Question 15
Think about one of your clients or a case study you have heard or read about (for example, perhaps one from your learning materials). What are some factors that would affect the support received by this client?
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    What do I need to hand in for this task?
    Have I completed this?
    Your answers to each question
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    ASSESSMENT TASK 2: CASE STUDY
    
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Assessment Tasks Outcome
    Unit:
    CHCCCS015 Provide individualised support
    Student ID:
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    Student Name:
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Student Declaration
I Click here to enter text. (insert your name) declare that these tasks are my own work. None of this work has been completed by any other person and I have not cheated, plagiarised or colluded with any other student. I have co
ectly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout this assessment task. I have read and understood JTI policy on plagiarism, cheating and collusion and understand that if I am found to be in
each of this policy, disciplinary action may be taken against me by JTI.
Student Signed:            Printed Name:                Date:
Click here to enter text.            Click here to enter text.            Click here to enter text.                        
CHCCCS015 Provide individualised support
    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW
This Student Assessment Booklet includes all your tasks for assessment of CHCCCS015 Provide individualised support.
    ABOUT YOUR ASSESSMENTS
This unit requires that you complete 2 assessment tasks. You are required to complete all tasks to demonstrate competency in this unit.
    Assessment Task
    About this task
    Assessment Task 1: Written questions
    You must co
ectly answer all 15 questions to show that you understand the knowledge required of this unit.
    Assessment Task 2: Case study
    You are to review the case study provided and discuss the type of support required for the client to achieve their goal. You will need to complete a report as part of this task.
Supporting resources
You may like to look at the following websites, books and documents for more information about the topics related to this unit:
Arnott, G 2011, The Disability Support Worker, Pearson Australia, Frenchs Forest, NSW.
Croft, H 2013, The Australian Carer 3rd edn, Pearson Australia, Frenchs Forest, NSW.
How to submit your assessments
When you have completed each assessment task you will need to submit it to your assessor.
Instructions about submission can be found at the beginning of each assessment task.
Assessment Task Cover Sheet
At the beginning of each task in this booklet, you will find an Assessment Task Cover Sheet. Please fill it in for each task, making sure you sign the student declaration.
Your assessor will give you feedback about how well you went in each task, and will write this on the back of the Task Cover Sheet.
Make sure you photocopy your written activities before you submit them – your assessor will put the documents you submit into your student file. These will not be returned to you.
Assessment appeals
You can make an appeal about an assessment decision by putting it in writing and sending it to us. Refer to your Student Handbook for more information about our appeals process.
Assessment plan
The following outlines the requirements of your final assessment for this unit. You are required to complete all tasks to demonstrate competency in this unit.
Your assessor will provide you with the due dates for each assessment task. Write them in the table below.
    Assessment Requirements
    Due date
    1. Written questions
         
    2. Case study
         
    Agreement by the student
    Read through the assessments in this booklet before you fill out and sign the agreement below. Make sure you sign this before you start any of your assessments.
    Have you read and understood what is required of you in terms of assessment?
     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    Do you understand the requirements of this assessment?     
     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    Do you agree to the way in which you are being assessed?
     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    Do you have any special needs or considerations to be made for this assessment? If yes, what are they?
Click here to enter text.
     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    Do you understand your rights to appeal the decisions made in an assessment?
     ☐ Yes
     ☐ No
    ASSESSMENT TASK 1: WRITTEN QUESTIONS
    
    Task summary:
This is an open book test – you can use the Internet, textbooks and other documents to help you with your answers if required.
You must answer all 15 questions co
ectly.
Write your answers in the space provided.
If you need more space, you can use extra paper. All extra pieces of paper must include your name and the question numbe
s you are answering.
You may like to use a computer to type your answers. Your assessor will tell you if you can email them the file or if you need to print a hard copy and submit it.
What do I need in order to complete this assessment?
Access to textbooks and other learning materials.
Access to a computer and the Internet (if you prefer to type your answers).
When do I do this task?
You will do this task in the classroom or for homework – your assessor will advise.
Write in your due date as advised by your assessor:      
what do I need to do if I get something wrong?
If your assessor marks any of your answers as inco
ect, they will talk to you about resubmission. You will need to do one of the following:
Answer the questions that were inco
ect in writing.
Answer the questions that were inco
ect ve
ally.
Question 1
Explain the following types of person-centred approaches.
PATH – Planning Alternative Tomo
ows with Hope
    PATH is a visual planning tool which can be used by individuals, groups, organizations in some of the disability sectors around person centric planning. The plan is being made for individual and focusses on them but there might be possibility of getting inputs from other people on the plan. The plan starts by visioning process where focus is given on the person with planning is being conducted. Some of the initial steps in the process, individual speaks about values, passions, dreams and hope which they believe to provide some direction in their life. It is eight step process which uses graphic methods for sharing their dream and set targets accordingly to fullfill that dream.
MAPs – Making Action Plans
    MAPS is a planning process which uses help of series of questions, individual and organizations to construct a personal history on the basis of his/her personal milestones. The team starts working on building a plan to fulfill the individual dreams when they have known the person focus and dreams for future. The process is a six step process which work in the form of appreciative inquiry of person and their systems. The process starts with hearing the story, honouring the dream, identifying the nightmare, naming gifts, , saying what it takes to receive the gifts and agreeing on actions. (2018). Retrieved from https:
www.wiu.k12.pa.us/cms/lib6/PA14000132/Centricity/Domain/12/MAPS.pdf
PFP – Personal Futures Planning
    This method is used by teams to assist them for planning next stage of person's life. The team typically comprises of individual's family and a teacher. Other members might include a rehabilitation worker, close friends, neighbors and people who has made an impact on the person's life. In a gathering they together decide for future of the target person on basis of various likings and dislikings. The pre defined outcomes are generally avoided in this type of planning and more preference is given to options which the person can do. It is important that the person is willing to have a positive outlook for future. Beside this no special equipment is required during the entire process. It is important that the team makes a commitment about regular meetings as the process takes time.
Circles of Support
    It is a smal group of people who have come together with the motive of providing support to individuals with disability and also for those who they care about. These circles comprises of ordinary people which facilitates them to play a role. This is a kind of method where people work together to achieve a common dream.
Question 2
Explain the difference between person-centred and system-centred approach.
    System centred approach is based on the medical model which makes assumptions that people are not in a good situation and the onus is on system to fix it. Hence, investment is made by system to define them on the basis of their deficiencies and preparing a treatment plan. Ultimately, work is done with people to get them right before they become members. Person Center planning says that individuals belong to themselves instead of the system. They also belong to their families and communities. A good person center planning process calls into question the way we use services and invites us to really change the way most of our services are configured to be more responsive to the people and the way that they want to live and the communities they are in contact.
Question 3
Describe what the term ‘self-directed support services’ means to people with a disability or to those who are aged.
    For people with disability or aged, self directed support services is means to empower these people to get control of your own care. It gives them an option of living life in the way they want. This acts as an opportunity to make their own choices and live like independent people as much as possible. In terms of monetary, it gives you more control over the payments for your support via different means like personal budget or...
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