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hsc3033 support individuals during a period of change

Author kingazid
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#1 | Posted: 3 Sep 2011 17:19
describe the types of change that may occur in the course of an individuals life
2) what may make this change a positive / negative experience
3)what approaches are likely to enhance an individuals capacity to manage change and experience it positively
4)what is the importance of practical support during a time of change
mny thanks
Author chelsea skinner
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#2 | Posted: 4 Sep 2011 17:54
changes that may occur r, deaths in the family, births, growing up in general.
deaths r negetive because u have lost some one u love or care for. births r positive because u have braught a new life into the world that brings alot of responsibility to a person. growing up is a positive because u become independant and experience new things. all these examples r followed by the support of family or friends or colleagues from work although u r growing up and learning to be independant ur not doing it alone ur surrounded by friends and family who support u throuh out and there for u when needed.

hope it helps! C x
Author wessie
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#3 | Posted: 12 Jul 2012 14:04
Describe approaches likely to enhance an individual,s capacity to manage change and experience change positively.
Author milly2203
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#4 | Posted: 12 Jul 2012 19:31
Hi, some ideas, person-centred support, communicating with the individual using their preferred method, consistency of support - all involved are working in the same way to avoid causing confusion or uncertainty for individual, give up-to-date information, be aware of any possible change in behaviour, ensure individual is involved, supported to take control, feel included & empowered in the process, ask the individual how best they can be supported, support planning, who is responsible for what, liaising with family & friends if appropriate (with individual's consent. ) Ask for advice, support, guidance from your manager, other professionals & those experienced in the area you are supporting individual with eg moving home, bereavement, break-up of a relationship, starting college, new job, etc.
Think about how you would like to be supported through change.
Author alan daniell
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#5 | Posted: 29 Apr 2013 14:12
hi can anyone help please have gone blank
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analyse factors that may make change a positive or negative experience
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