John and Marcus Diggle, sons of Mr. James Diggle, have scheduled a meeting with you and your supervisor regarding their father’simminent death. The following are the agenda for this meeting:InformJohn Diggleand Marcus Diggle that Mr. James Diggle has an advance care directive Support Mr. Diggle’s family as they process the situation Respect and support Mr. Diggle’s beliefs, preferences, and cultureNote: Before starting the roleplaying activity, read the following character briefs carefully. Ensure that you and your volunteers follow the character briefs during the roleplaying activity.StudentYou are Mr. James Diggle’s individual support worker. You have noticed that he has exhibited signs of imminent death and have reported these signs to your supervisor. Together with your supervisor, you have scheduled a meeting John and Marcus Diggle to discuss Mr. Diggle’s advance care directive and answer any questions that they mighthave. During the meeting with your supervisor, John, and Marcus, you must be able to:InformJohnand Marcus that Mr. Diggle has an advance care directive. Answer any questions from John and Marcus that are within your work role,Consult with your supervisorwhen questioning answers about matters that are beyond your work role,Ensure that you do not interfere with John and Marcus’ discussion about John’s reconciliation with their father, and Provide a supportive environment to John and Marcus as they process the situationthrough:oActive listeningoProviding emotional support CHC33015 IS AgeingSubject 5Task 2Roleplaying ActivityVersion No. 1.1Produced 03 September 2020© Inspire EducationPage 2Rachel AllcotYou are Rachel Allcot, Manager for Residential Care at Lotus Compassionate Care. As part of your duties as Manager for Residential Care, you supervise the centre’s individual support workers.This supervision involves joining in meeting between the individual support worker and the client’s family.To help the studentcomplete this activity, you must demonstrate the following during the roleplay:Explain Mr. Diggle’scurrent situation (his imminent death) to John and Marcus,Inform John and Marcus that any questions about the details of their father’s advance care directive will be answeredby his doctor,Inform John and Marcus that questions about Mr. Diggle’s medication must be answered by the personnel who administers them,Answer any questions that the student will refer to you,and RemindJohn and Marcus that they can contact you and/or the student should they have any other questions about the advance care directive.John DiggleYou are John Diggle, one of Mr. James Diggle’s sons. Because of disagreements from the past, you and your father have not spoken to each other for years. You have wanted to reconcile with your father for some time now, but you do not know how to initiate it, so you have taken to avoiding him still. It was your brother, Marcus, who informed you when Mr. Diggle was put in Lotus Compassionate Care’s care.He was also the one who contacted you when Mr. Diggle’s condition worsened and convinced you to go to the centre with him to meet with the student.However, despite Marcus attempts to explain your father’s current health status to you,you have difficulty understanding the medical terms.You are also too shy to ask Marcus for help, knowing that he is busy with his own family. Because of this issue, you have little knowledge of your father’s current situation before coming to Lotus Compassionate Care with your brother.To help the studentcomplete this activity, you must demonstrate the following during the roleplay:Ask the student to explain Mr. Diggle’s current situation and advance care directive, Ask the student the following questions about the pain medication that was administered to Mr. Diggle:oWhat was the dosage?