Unit Breakdown

This shows how we capture all the evidence to obtain enough credits for this part of your award

Diploma qualification units can be knowledge or skills based. Each different unit within the qualification has specific requirements and will have different evidence to demonstrate your ability to meet the requirements of the unit. Your coach will plan the most appropriate types of evidence with you. If you identify your own that is even better as it will clearly show your coach that you have a good understanding of the requirements and will have your qualification achieved much faster.

 

Title

Support Independence in the Tasks of Daily Living   

Type

Knowledge and skills

Learning outcomes

Assessment criteria

Potential Evidence

1

Understand principles for supporting independence in the tasks of daily living.

1.1

Explain how individuals can benefit from being as independent as possible in the tasks of daily living.

Showcasing your knowledge: –

Tutor marked assignment – one of:

a) Assessment Pack

b) Resource Pack                      

c) Essay

 

All Assignments MUST use and be submitted with an appropriate referencing system

 

Professional Discussion

E-learning

Prior Learning / Certificates

Learning Journal

 

Showcasing your skills:

Observations

Witness Testimonies

Workplace Records

Minutes of Meetings

Care Plans

Daily notes

Supervision / Appraisals Records

Medication Administration Records

In put – Out put Records

Turn Charts

Reports

Prior Learning / Certificates

Learning Journal

 

1.2

Explain how active participation promotes independence in the tasks of daily living.

1.3

Describe how daily living tasks may be affected by an individual’s culture or background.

1.4

Explain the importance of providing support that respects the individual’s culture and preferences.

1.5

Describe how to identify suitable opportunities for an individual to learn or practise skills for daily living.

1.6

Explain why it is important to establish roles and responsibilities for providing support.

2

Be able to establish what support is required for daily living tasks.

2.1

Access information about support for daily living tasks, using an individual’s care plan and agreed ways of working.

2.2

Clarify with the individual and others the requirements for supporting an individual’s independence in daily living tasks.

2.3

Describe how and when to access additional guidance to resolve any difficulties or concerns about support for daily living tasks.

3

Be able to provide support for planning and preparing meals.

3.1

Support the individual to plan meals that contribute to a healthy diet and reflect their culture and preferences.

3.2

Support the individual to store food safely.

3.3

Support the individual to prepare food in a way that promotes active participation and safety.

4

Be able to provide support for buying and using household and personal items.

4.1

Identify different ways of buying household and personal items.

4.2

Work with the individual to identify household and personal items that are needed.

4.3

Support the individual to buy items in their preferred way.

4.4

Support the individual to store items safely.

4.5

Support the individual to use items safely.

5

Be able to provide support for keeping the home clean and secure.

5.1

Support the individual to keep their home clean, in a way that promotes active participation and safety.

5.2

Describe different risks to home security that may need to be addressed.

5.3

Support the individual to use agreed security measures.

6

Be able to identify and respond to changes needed in support for daily living tasks.

6.1

Enable the individual to express views about the support provided to increase independence in daily living tasks.

6.2

Record changes in the individual’s circumstances that may affect the type or level of support required.

6.3

Adapt support in agreed ways to address concerns, changes or increased independence.

 

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