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1.1 identify sources of information about an individual and specific care-plan activities
Care planning involves identification of the resident s interests, preferences, and abilities; and any issues, concerns, problems, [ or needs affecting the resident s involvement/engagement in activities.8 In addition to the activities component of the comprehensive care plan, information may also be found in a separate activity plan, on a CNA flow sheet, in a progress note, etc. Activity
goals related to the comprehensive care plan should be based on measurable objectives and focused on desired outcomes (e.g., engagement in an activity that matches the resident s ability, maintaining attention to the activity for a specified period of time, expressing satisfaction with the activity verbally or non-verbally), not merely on attendance at a certain number of activities per week. NOTE: For residents with no discernable response, service provision is still expected and may include one-to-one activities such as talking to the resident, reading to the resident about prior interests, or applying lotion while stroking the resident s hands or feet. ]
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User: 1.1 identify sources of information about an individual and specific care-plan activities

Weegy: Care planning involves identification of the resident s interests, preferences, and abilities; and any issues, concerns, problems, [ or needs affecting the resident s involvement/engagement in activities.8 In addition to the activities component of the comprehensive care plan, information may also be found in a separate activity plan, on a CNA flow sheet, in a progress note, etc. Activity goals related to the comprehensive care plan should be based on measurable objectives and focused on desired outcomes (e.g., engagement in an activity that matches the resident s ability, maintaining attention to the activity for a specified period of time, expressing satisfaction with the activity verbally or non-verbally), not merely on attendance at a certain number of activities per week. NOTE: For residents with no discernable response, service provision is still expected and may include one-to-one activities such as talking to the resident, reading to the resident about prior interests, or applying lotion while stroking the resident s hands or feet. ]
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Weegy: Moving into care is often accompanied by negative feelings and a sense of loss of status. [ This needs to be understood and taken into account by those providing care, to minimise as far as possible the loss of self-confidence and the failing sense of self-worth. Receiving intimate care in a new setting, often away from loved ones, especially at a time of adjusting to the 'home' as home, may be particularly difficult. Some people may resent their increased dependency, the need to receive care in a new and different environment and their reliance on staff. Their sense of loss may be similar to a feeling of bereavement. Staff sensitivity to these feelings will be required in order to enable residents to come to terms with their changing needs. ]
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