Question: Table But 1 Table Cockt Marking Satisfactory Table Unsatisfactory Workplace Scenario: Mavis (60) Has Been Married To Frank (66) For 43 Years. They Have 3 Children Jono (deceased), Mahal (38) And Catarina (42). She Has A Good Relationship With Both Girls. Mavis Is Currently Working 2 Days Per Week At A Local Primary School. Previously She Was 4 Days …
table but 1 table cockt Marking Satisfactory Table Unsatisfactory Workplace Scenario: Mavis (60) has been married to Frank (66) for 43 years. They have 3 children Jono (deceased), Mahal (38) and Catarina (42). She has a good relationship with both girls. Mavis is currently working 2 days per week at a local primary school. Previously she was 4 days per week however has cut back to be more available to Frank who has been diagnosed with a deteriorating visual condition just prior to his 65h birthday. Frank ceased full time work as a truck driver when his eyes deteriorated and could no longer drive. Frank is now receiving the Seniors Pension as he has tumed 65. Mavis loves handiwork and Frank’s interest has been wood turning for most of his adult life and their home is filled with many of their completed works. Over the past few months Mavis has noticed an increase in Frank’s forgetfulness, mood changes and agitation over small matters. Last week Frank became angry and threw a cup at the wall. Mavis would like to continue with her 2 days of work however is concerned that she may have to be more available to Frank. Mavis has not discussed her concems with her daughters as she doesn’t want them to worry about their father. Mahall has her own personal issues to deal with and Catarina is working full time so they are unable to assist. Mavis contacted your service last month to discuss what her options might be for assistance for Frank however she was advised by Jennifer that she did not meet the criteria for assistance. When you discover Mavis name on the enquiry register you phone Mavis to follow up. Initially Mavis is upset and does not wish to talk however agrees that her and Frank will come in to discuss her options as it appears that they may be eligible WA Broups Nursing and Midwifery School of Nursing Unita CHADO Community Service validated June 2017CHCADV001 All assessments V2.docx português Ch. Aseasibilidad MCA Noma TOERISME LESS table but 1 a) Mavis and Frank have rights and responsibilities as the clients. Review the linked resource and name three of each? Rights 1. 2 3. Respunsibilities 12 3 Marking Satisfactory Unsatisfactory b) What additional information would you provide Mavis and Frank to assist them to have their rights upheld and their needs met? Marking Satisfactory Unsatisfactory e Foco português Cx Acessibilidade investigar Mariking O Satisfactory O Unsatisfactory c) is Frank able to make his own decisions? Why? How would you determine this? Marking Satisfactory a Unsatisfactory d) If you thought a referral for further assessment was required what would you need to consider or do? Ver Croups Nursing and Midwifery AA School of Nursing Units CHCADVOoi community Services validated June 2017CHCADV001 All assessments V2.docx e) What support options might be useful for Frank and Mavis to consider? Marking a Satisfactory O Unsatisfactory 1) Mavis suggests Frank may need to go into a respite centre for the two days that she can’t be at home however Frank is very much against this idea. Frank wants to remain at home and believes he will be alright on his own and can’t understand what all the fuss is about. Who could you discuss this matter with that upholds Frank and Mavis’ rights. Indicate three from the list below. 2 3 4 5. 6 Spouse Neighbour Colleague Supervisor Frank Frank’s daughters Marking O Satisfactory O Unsatisfactory 9. What are your Duty of Care requirements when working with Frank and Mavis? portune RALLA h) Mavis is still upset at the first person she spoke to, Jennifer, who told her that Frank wasn’t eligible for services. She stated she spent a month of worrying about Frank and their current situation and not knowing who she could go to for support. Mavis wants to make a complaint against unnifer. What steps would you take next? a) e Norma table billet 1 table chacht D) How would you ensure that Mavis has had her complaint heard? Marking Satisfactory a Unsatisfactory Frank has agreed that he would like to attend the Men’s Shed for 2 days per week when Mavis is working. His son-in-law James has agreed to take Frank to the activity each day and one of the men at the centre, John will bring him home. John has also offered to take Frank fishing every second Saturday afternoon to give Mavis some time on her own Discuss the review mechanisms for ensuring the family are doing well and having their needs met? Marking O Satisfactory Unsatisfactory IX) How would you ensure your own work practices are kept up to date and relevant? alavras LE Landelier
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