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Describe how to identify suitable opportunities for an individual to learn or practise skills for daily living
assess the capabilities of the individual,ask and know what he is interested to do for daily living.Use the person self centred approach.try doing the different skills and see what is best for the individual. [ ]
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To identify suitable opportunities for an individual to learn or practise skills for daily living , assess the capabilities of the individual,ask and know what he is interested to do for daily living.Use the person self centred approach.try doing the different skills and see what is best for the individual.
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