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How Personal and Cultural Factors Impact Participation in Leisure Activities

How Personal and Cultural Factors Impact Participation in Leisure Activities

Task 2 – Recording Information 1. Under the guidance of your co-ordinator, gather and record information from which you will assess the individual’s leisure and health needs. · Identify a range of areas where you might gather this information and the various areas where you would record that information. How do you ensure a holistic approach to data gathering? * Medical practioner * Medical specialist * Social workers, * Pastoral worker * Family * Friends * Client themselves * Allied health-OT * Podiatrist · Ensure you refer to the client’s physical health status, and the subsequent impact on the individual. . What measures does the organisation have in place to ensure confidentiality? Our organisation has policies and procedures to abide by, Catholic policies and procedures,(ANF) Nurse Federation. 3. How did you ensure the recording and documenting process used a consultative approach? * Daily progress notes * Handover * Staff * Lee care notes on computer Task 3 – Plan Development for an Individual Program 2. Week 1 Need| Goal| Strategy| Evaluation | Enjoys company,especially 1:1 reading,singing,cards,movies,piano,chatting.

Resident becomes extremely agitated & anxious when left alone to participate in activities or talking with other residents. Once upset is difficult to settle for meals or bedtime & medication is often required. | -To feel a sense of belonging & inclusiveness-Decrease anxiety(sundowners)-Decrease use of medication-Decrease isolation-Decrease depression| -To encourage early intervention(1:1 activity or small group-1:1 community visitor-Example-To have afternoon tea with other residents & inhance conversation until tea time. -Enjoying Sallys company-No anxiety for 1 hour-Distraction required after this time. (medication required)| Week 2 Need| Goal| Strategy| Evaluation| | | 1:1 activity or small group, afternoon tea. | 1:1 time lengthened to 2 ? hrs,participated in afternoon tea,Medication required after this time. | Week 3 Need| Goal| Strategy| Evaluation| | | 1;1activity or small group afternoon tea| Asking staff when Sally is coming to start activity. Enjoyed afternoon,without being anxious, (no medication required)| | | | | Week 4 Need| Goal| Strategy| Evaluation| | 1:1 activity or small group afternoon tea| Resident very happy today, enjoyed afternoon having conversation and laughing (no medication required)| 3. Planned activity| On what do you base the suitability to the client| What modifications might need to be put in use| Country and western movies| Client enjoys these movies| To watch part of movie,then stop for coffee before resuming back to movie| Planned activity| On what do you base the suitability to the client| What modifications might need to be put in use| Singing| Client enjoys singing songs from her past. Have numerous songs and hyms on tape so as she has variety to pick from/she remembers. Small group in room. Sing with client to jog memory of words. | 4. The plan I have chosen is what the client enjoys,she enjoys doing for leisure and and she enjoyed doing in her past. Although she has dementia she is able to participate in chosen activities with Sally. Client has a sense of belonging and improves her self esteem, leaving her feeling happy and with little or no medication. 5. Copy of documentation provided. Task 4 – Resources . Making flannel rabbits. Resources-Materials * Face washers * Ribbon * Eyes * Rubberbands * Glue * Pom-poms Finances- -We purchase goods needed for activity and then are re-enbursed from work after producing receipt. Cost of activity should be kept within reasonable amount. Human- -1 or 2 volunteers to help residents with activity,also to help to take residents to activity and when finished to dining room ready for tea. Physical- -Wide handled scissors for easier grasp -Magnifiying sheet -Glue in squeeze bottles