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NZQA registered unit standard 23371 version 2 Page 2 of 5 documented in the company’s health and safety plans, contract work programmes, quality assurance programmes, policies and procedural documents. Person – a person accessing services. Other terms used for the person may include client, consumer, customer, patient, individual, resident, service user, tūroro!or tangata whai ora. 4 Evidence for the practical components of this unit standard must be gathered in the workplace. Outcomes and evidence requirements Outcome 1 Participate in the planning process with a person with a disability, to enhance individual lifestyle in a health or wellbeing setting. Range individual lifestyle may include but is not limited to the following areas – social, physical, educational, vocational, cultural, spiritual; evidence is required for three lifestyle areas. CatchUp notes must document that conversation occurred in the CatchUp around Social, Vocation and Physical areas of ambition and support. If this did not happen at the CatchUp then the learner must submit other document (probably support notes) that show this conversation has taken place. CatchUp notes are the verification for this. Evidence requirements 1.1 Preparation for personal planning is undertaken in accordance with organisational policies and procedures. PP Question 9 – signed consent PP Catch Up notes Personal plans are done in consultation with the person supported and their network (both paid and unpaid). They can be different visually, but all have the common purpose of considering the person’s whole life. Those involved in the plan are noted on the plan itself. Planning continues, and reflects the ‘living document’ aspect of the support plan, at each CatchUp. 1.2 Support given enables the person with a disability to describe and prioritise their personal goals, wishes, aspirations, and abilities. PP Catch Up notes PP Coordinator Verification Q8 – Coordinator informed of unplanned changes. CatchUps are the place where the supported person and their team (both paid and unpaid) discuss and agree on the nature of support. It is where time and goals are prioritised. These things can change from month to month. Community Support Services ITO Limited SSB Code 101814 © New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2017

NZQA registered unit standard 23371 version 2 Page 3 of 5 1.3 Personal goals, wishes, aspirations, and abilities are established and documented in accordance with organisational policies and procedures. PP Catch Up notes PP Question 12 CatchUp notes reflect the changes in support plan, intentional safeguard plan, and in styles, times and content of support. All of this is based on the supported persons wishes and where they are at in their lives at any given time. 1.4 Support networks are explored in terms of their availability and ability to support the person with a disability to meet their identified personal goals, wishes, aspirations, and abilities. PP Catch Up notes CatchUps provide an opportunity for paid and unpaid networks to work together, taking advantage of strengths and roles to ‘wrap around’ support. 1.5 Established plan is approved and controlled by the person with a disability, either directly or via their advocate in accordance with organisational policies and procedures. PP Catch Up notes PP Question 12 CatchUps are signed off by the person supported. The supported person is offered a copy of each CatchUp document. CatchUp’s are gatherings in a place of the supported person’s choice. They are attended by the person being supported, the support team and natural supports. They can be in different formats (over a coffee at MacDonalds, or a more formal setting – this is the person’s choice). The CatchUp focusses conversation on two documents – the person’s personal support plan, and their intentional safeguards plan. The Support Plan has been done in consultation with the person supported. It is that person’s expression of what a ‘good life’ looks like for them, and details the support they would like in order to achieve that ‘good life’. Outcome 2 Participate in the implementation of the plan with a person with a disability, to enhance individual lifestyle in a health or wellbeing setting. Evidence requirements 2.1 Role and function of the support worker in the implementation of the plan is identified in terms of how it supports the personal goals, wishes, aspirations, and abilities of the person with the disability. Community Support Services ITO Limited SSB Code 101814 © New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2017

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