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personal hygiene

Author dave_mc
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#1 | Posted: 31 Jul 2011 20:13
i got a few qs im stuck on hope some one can help
1st address personal hygiene issues with the individual in a sensitiv manner without imposing own values.
2nd identify others who may be involved in supporting the individual to maintain personal hygiene.
3rd descrie how underlying personal issues might be addressed.
4thsupport the preferences and needs of the individual to develop awareness of the effects of poor hygiene on others.
hope some one can help lol its just about doing my head in heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelp.
Author steadysue
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#2 | Posted: 31 Jul 2011 20:42
hello,
1 and 4 are performance points so you need to use examples from your own experience and describe how you dealt with personal hygiene issues with service user, what did you say, how did you say it, where and for 4 you need to describe how you hepled service user to understand how the problem with his/her personal hygiene effects other people. For 2 you need to state anyone else who could support service user in personal hugiene, family? and 3 maybe they can't afford deoderant, maybe they don't know what's available.
You are probably looking for difficulties that don't exist, a practical, sensible approach is often the best way!
Steadysue
Author dave_mc
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#3 | Posted: 31 Jul 2011 23:38
thanks steadysue its a big help cheears
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