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how to support others to work with individuals to establish their history, preferences, wishes and needs?
You may work with different individuals each with their own preferences, wishes and needs. You will find out about these by reading individuals’ care and support plans as well as communicating with them when you are together. [ [ It is important that you follow care and support plans and understand and respect what the individuals you work with say they need. ........... ]
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