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explain how to use of active support can promote independence, informed choice and a valued life
Weegy: One of the many roles as Active Support Service Manager is to deliver workshops and presentations at local and national conferences across the UK promoting the concept of Active Support and how ARC UK can support in embedding the model within their [ organisations. From the workshops and presentations, Services will request individualised support either with direct Active Support training or requesting a consultancy package incorporating Active Support training, Interactive training, coaching, audit and support at strategic operational and tactical level. The consultancy packages are currently supporting services in Supported Living, Care Homes, Day Services and Respite Services across the UK. I personally would like to see Commissioners requiring Active Support as a method of person-centred support that is mandatory for all services to incorporate within their organisations. Not only for learning disability services but across all social care. ] (More)
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explain how to use of active support can promote independence, informed choice and a valued life
Weegy: Active Support has 3 components: 1. Interacting to Promote Participation. People who support the individual learn how to give him or her the right level of assistance so that he or she can do all the typical daily activities that arise in life. [ 2. Activity Support Plans. These provide a way to organise household tasks, personal self-care, hobbies, social arrangements and other activities which individuals need or want to do each day and to work out the availability of support so that activities can be accomplished successfully. 3. Keeping Track. A way of simply recording the opportunities people have each day that enables the quality of what is being arranged to be monitored and improvements to be made on the basis of evidence. Each component has a system for keeping track of progress, which gives feedback to the staff team and informs regular reviews.Participation and contribution are important to self-esteem Everybody spends most of their time participating in activities. No-one likes having nothing to do for very long. We look after ourselves, we do chores, we do hobbies, we help others, we have a good time, we see our friends, we enjoy a well-earned rest with a favourite pastime. Some activities are chores that have to be done. Others we choose. But we rarely do absolutely nothing. Such participation, or engagement, in activity is a big part of what we think of as our quality of life. It: • helps keep us fit and mentally alert • allows us to express who we are • establishes common interests with other people • provides the basis for friendships and for living together • develops our talents and allows us to show what we can do ... and ... • is the means by which we look after ourselves and our daily needs.arcuk.org.uk/publications/files/2011/03/Active-Support-Handbook.pdf · PDF file ] (More)
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