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Describe two ways of finding out about the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual using the adult social care setting.
Weegy: One way to find out about a client is to talk to them. Learning about their history will help you build a picture of their life and how they have and would like to live. [ If they are capable they will be able to tell you how they would prefer to be treated, and what their personal needs are. ] (More)
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What is meant by the term "acitve participation"
Weegy: Active participation means involving the individual in decision making about issues that affect them and their lives. It enables individuals to influence what happens to them and to be at the centre of their own care. [ It is achieved by providing, for example, information and support for them to communicate their choices or resources that enable them to join in activities. ] (More)
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One example of a barrier to active participation
Weegy: Some common barriers include: Lack of early experiences in sport (this varies between individuals and whether a disability is from birth or acquired later in life) Lack of understanding and awareness of how to include people with a [ disability in sport ] (More)
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How do you overcome disability barriers
Weegy: When most people think of a disability, they think of a wheelchair-bound person unable to walk, or an individual who is deaf or blind; however, disabilities also include issues such as cancers and chronic illnesses, such as AIDS. [ Individuals with such disabilities will often face some barriers, whether those barriers are physical, mental or on the job. There are several things an individual with a disability can do in order to overcome those barriers. 1. Know your rights in order to prevent discrimination. 2.Consider your abilities and the types of activities in which you are able to participate. 3. Some individuals with disabilities allow mental barriers to keep them from enjoying their strengths and talents; instead, they focus on their weakness. 4. Working with others to help improve their lifestyle is overall good for your well-being and can improve your self-esteem. ] (More)
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How is the identity of an individual using the service Linked to their well being?
Weegy: Your identity is what you think about yourself. Are you independent, confident, able, attractive etc? If so you will feel good, health, happy etc and your well being (your life and existence) will be positive. [ What if you aren't independent, confident, able, attractive etc? Self esteem comes from a positive identity. If you are dependent on others, feel useless, don't have anyone who cares about you etc your self esteem will be low. What if you are independent, able and have good friends and family etc? Give them something that they can succeed at, arrange for them to be included in group activities. ] (More)
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