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Tsha
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« on: June 03, 2011, 10:51:29 am »

I need help please with the following questions

Explain what steps to take if consent cannot be readily established

2 Demonstrate ways to put person centred values into practice in a complex
or sensitive situation

Complex or sensitive
Situations may include those that are:


-   Distressing or traumatic


-   Threatening or frightening

-   Likely to have serious implications or consequences

-   Of a personal nature

-   Involving complex communication or cognitive needs


Demonstrate ways to promote understanding and use of active participation



Use own role and authority to support the individualís right to make choices

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« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2011, 08:15:58 am »

Hi Tsha,

These might help:

http://www.pmldnetwork.org/resources/bps_best_interests_guide.pdf

http://www.sabp.nhs.uk/policies/alphabetical/A-C/SABP0034%20Capacity%20and%20best%20interests%20guidelines.pdf/

Person centred values:

individuality
rights
choice
privacy
independence
dignity
respect
partnership
equal opportunities

Think of a complex or sensitive situation that could occur in your setting eg an individual wants to do something risky but their relative is against it and this is causing distress and frustration in both parties. Using the above how would you deal with it?

You need to demonstrate ie be seen doing it. You need a direct observation eg of you explaining something to an individual and encouraging them to become involved in decisions and actions.

You could do this, for example, by reminding a colleague that the individual has a right to choose where he wants to sit when she tells him to sit by the window.

Hope that helps

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« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2011, 11:11:08 am »

Hi Aunty Sue,

Thank you

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