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Trainee AssessmentDementia:Effects of providingsupport Unit standardVersionLevelCredits23922 Manage the effects for providing support forpeople living with dementia in a health or wellbeingsetting344 Your name:Your workplace:Your date of birth:NSN number (if you know it):Declaration I was told about and understand the assessment requirements and appeals process. I have prepared my answers myself. Any evidence I have provided as my own, I produced myself. I understand that this assessment may be used for moderation and quality control purposes. I understand that when I achieve this unit standard my result will be registered with theNew Zealand Qualifications Authority.I confirm the above declaration:YesNoDate: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 2Assessment summary (completed by assessor)Trainee’s performance summary Assessment tasksAssessor’s signatureDate achievedTask 1: Effects on the family/whānauTask 2: Changes in the family/whānauTask 3: Services for the family/whānauTask 4: Effects on yourself (support worker)Task 5: Manage effects on yourself (supportworker) Unit standard resultsI have assessed the trainee and confirm the requirements have been met to demonstratecompetency in: Unit standardVersionLevelCredits23922 Manage the effects of providing support forpeople living with dementia in a health orwellbeing setting344 Assessor’s name:Assessor’s number:Signature:Date: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 3Trainee informationBefore you start The assessor/verifier will meet with you and talk about what you need to do. Read through the Careerforce workplace learning and assessment guide if you need moreinformation about the assessment process. As you go Answer all questions. Follow the instructions for each task.If you answer by writing, you may write either electronically or by hand.If you answer verbally, your assessor will write your answer(s) or may use a voice recorder. Your assessor or verifier will use the checklists in this Trainee Assessment when they observeyour work.If you need help with this assessment, please contact your assessor. When you finish Make sure you have completed any parts where the assessor/verifier has said you need todo more work. AppealsIf you wish to appeal against the assessment result or process, talk to your assessor. If you arestill not satisfied, you can appeal to Careerforce by completing the assessment result appealform that can be found online at www.careerforce.org.nz/contact/formsFeedbackCareerforce regularly reviews our assessment and learning resources. As a user, we wouldappreciate feedback on how you found it. Feedback can be provided to Careerforce via: our online feedback form at www.careerforce.org.nz/contact/resource-assessment-feedback email to [email protected]: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 4DefinitionsDementia is a term that covers a group of different illnesses in which there is a progressive andirreversible loss of mental functioning that results in a decline in the person’s ability to think,reason and remember. A feature of dementia is the individual and changing nature of thecognitive, functional, behavioural and psychological effects that occur.Verification is a process undertaken by a verifier and/or assessor. They may verify authenticity,the validity of evidence and/or the trainee’s workplace performance.Culture includes but is not limited to cultures based upon: age. class. disability. ethnicity. gender. sexual orientation. cultures can include identification with a culture through birth, adoption, genealogy orwhakapapa.Assessment noteCandidates’ practice must reflect appropriate values, processes, and protocols in relation toworking with Māori, Pasifika and/or people of other cultures, in a range of settings andenvironments. In this assessment candidates must describe working with a Māori, Pasifika or aperson from a culture other than their own.Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 5Task 1: Effects on the family/whānauFor this task you need to choose two families/whānau of a person living with dementia that youare supporting. One of these two must be a family/whānau of Māori, Pasifika or a culture otherthan your own.Describe four potential effects of providing support on the family/whānau of a person livingwith dementia.Potential effects may include: stress. burnout. personal loss. abuse. role change. loss and grief. other. First family/whānau (from Māori, Pasifika or a culture other than your own):First effect:Second effect:Third effect:Fourth effect: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 6 Second family/whānau:First effect:Second effect:Third effect:Fourth effect: Task 1: Assessor’s feedback to trainee When the assessor agrees that you have completed this task successfully, they will sign it off onthe assessment summary page at the front of this assessment.Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 7Task 2: Changes in the family/whānauFor this task you need to support two families/whānau of a person living with dementia. One ofthese two must be a family/whānau of Māori, Pasifika or a culture other than your own.For each family/ whānau you must: observe, record and report two changes. respond to these two changes using strategies.Your support must be in accordance with your role and responsibilities and your organisation’spolicies and procedures.Complete all the written parts of this task before asking your verifier to complete theverification checklist.Strategies could include: risk management. communication. information provision. dealing with loss and grief. stress management. taking time out. debriefing. self-advocacy. other.1 Answer the questions below.Describe the changes you observed, how you recorded and reported these and what strategyyou used to respond to the changes. First family/whānau (from Māori, Pasifika or a culture other than your own):First change youobservedHow and whereyou recorded andreported thechange Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 8 Strategy you usedto respond to thechangeSecond change youobservedHow and whereyou recorded andreported thechangeStrategy you usedto respond to thechange Second family/whānau:First change youobservedHow and whereyou recorded andreported thechange Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 9 Strategy you usedto respond to thechangeSecond change youobservedHow and whereyou recorded andreported thechangeStrategy you usedto respond to thechange Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 10VerificationAsk your verifier to complete the verification checklist. Read the checklist so that you knowwhat is being verified.Your verifier is likely to be your workplace supervisor, manager, team leader or assessor. Theymust be a person who has observed you work over a period of time and can confirm that youhave completed the tasks to the standard required. Your assessor may contact your verifier todiscuss their comments. Verification for the first family/whānau(from Māori, Pasifika or a culture other than the trainee’s own.)Note to verifier:You have been asked to complete this verification as the supervisor/manager of the trainee.You must have observed the trainee working over a period of time.You need to be confident that the information the trainee has provided in Task 2 Question 1 iscorrect, and that the trainee consistently performs to the standards listed in the checklistbelow.If you agree that the trainee meets these standards, please tick the boxes below. If you do notagree, please discuss the requirements with the trainee. Please comment on the trainee’sperformance. The assessor may wish to contact you to discuss this verification.The trainee: followed the organisation’s policies and procedures while supporting thefamily/whānau. demonstrated appropriate values, processes, and protocols in relation toworking with Māori, Pasifika and/or people from a culture other than theirown.Please comment: observed, recorded and reported changes in this family/whānau.Please comment: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 11  responded to two changes in the family/whānau using appropriatestrategies.Please comment: carried out tasks according to their role and responsibilities.Please comment:Add any further comments on the trainee’s performance: If you are a verifier, please give your details as the assessor may wish to contact you. Verifier’s name:Designation:Signature:Date:Contact details(phone/email): Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 12 Verification for the second family/whānauNote to verifier:You have been asked to complete this verification as the supervisor/manager of the trainee.You must have observed the trainee working over a period of time.You need to be confident that the information the trainee has provided in Task 2 Question 1 iscorrect, and that the trainee consistently performs to the standards listed in the checklistbelow.If you agree that the trainee meets these standards, please tick the boxes below. If you do notagree, please discuss the requirements with the trainee. Please comment on the trainee’sperformance. The assessor may wish to contact you to discuss this verification.The trainee: followed the organisation’s policies and procedures while supporting thefamily/whānau. observed, recorded and reported changes in this family/whānau.Please comment: responded to two changes in the family/whānau using appropriatestrategies.Please comment: carried out tasks according to their role and responsibilities.Please comment:Add any further comments on the trainee’s performance: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 13If you are a verifier, please give your details as the assessor may wish to contact you. Verifier’s name:Designation:Signature:Date:Contact details(phone/email): Task 2: Assessor’s feedback to trainee When the assessor agrees that you have completed this task successfully, they will sign it off onthe assessment summary page at the front of this assessment.Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 14Task 3: Services for the family/whānau1 Identify the local and national support and advocacy services available foreach family/whānau of two different people living with dementia.Describe their purpose and how these are accessed. First family/whānau (from Māori, Pasifika or a culture other than your own): Second family/whānau: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 15 Task 3: Assessor’s feedback to trainee When the assessor agrees that you have completed this task successfully, they will sign it off onthe assessment summary page at the front of this assessment.Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 16Task 4: Effects on yourself (support worker)For this task you need to identify, using self-reflection, the effects upon yourself of providingsupport. You then need to describe strategies to manage these effects.2 Describe four potential effects on you as the support worker providingsupport to people living with dementia.Potential effect may include: stress. burnout. personal loss. abuse. role change. loss and grief. other. First effect:Second effect:Third effect:Fourth effect: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 17 Task 4: Assessor’s feedback to trainee When the assessor agrees that you have completed this task successfully, they will sign it off onthe assessment summary page at the front of this assessment.Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 18Task 5: Manage effects on yourself (supportworker)For this task you need to use strategies to manage effects on yourself as the support worker ofproviding support to people living with dementia.You need to: identify two effects using self reflection and one other strategy. manage these two effects using two strategies.You must use your strategies according to your role and responsibilities and your organisation’spolicies and procedures.Complete all the written parts of this task before asking your verifier to complete theverification checklist.1 Describe the two strategies you used for the two effects you identified onyourself of providing support as the support worker.At least one strategy must include self-reflection. Self-reflection: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 19 Second strategy: 2 Describe two strategies you used to manage two effects and how you usedthem. First strategy: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 20 Second strategy: Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 21VerificationAsk your verifier to complete the verification checklist. Read the checklist so that you knowwhat is being verified.Your verifier is likely to be your workplace supervisor, manager, team leader or assessor. Theymust be a person who has observed you work over a period of time and can confirm that youhave completed the tasks to the standard required. Your assessor may contact your verifier todiscuss their comments. VerificationNote to verifier:You have been asked to complete this verification as the supervisor/manager of the trainee.You must have observed the trainee working over a period of time.You need to be confident that the information the trainee has provided in Task 5 Question 1and 2 are correct, and that the trainee consistently performs to the standards listed in thechecklist below.If you agree that the trainee meets these standards, please tick the boxes below. If you do notagree, please discuss the requirements with the trainee. Please comment on the trainee’sperformance. The assessor may wish to contact you to discuss this verification.The trainee: identified two effects on themselves as the support worker usingself reflection and one other strategy.Please comment: used two strategies to manage two effects on themselves of providingsupport for people living with dementia.Please comment: carried out tasks according to their role and responsibilities and theirorganisation’s policies and procedures. Dementia: Effects of providing support (US 23922 v3) Trainee Assessment © Careerforce – Issue 4.1 – March 2017 22 Add any further comments on the trainee’s performance: If you are a verifier, please give your details as the assessor may wish to contact you. Verifier’s name:Designation:Signature:Date:Contact details(phone/email): Task 5: Assessor’s feedback to trainee When the assessor agrees that you have completed this task successfully, they will sign it off onthe assessment summary page at the front of this assessment.

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