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CHCECE003 Provide Care For Children

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Case Study – Harry

Harry was looking forward to moving in to his new group home.  He had always lived with his parents, but like his older brother, Harry wanted to move out.  That’s what people in their 20’s did, right?  Harry has an intellectual disability and suffers from depression.

There was another reason Harry wanted to move in with other people – Harry had never really had any friends.  He liked to be around other people, but he didn’t really know how to talk with them.  “I will learn how to get friends by seeing how other people interact, and having staff show me how to do it” Harry thought.  “And I’m sure I will even have fun playing Uno and other games with the people I live with”.

Harry’s other problem with making friends was that he didn’t like going to the shops.  It was too noisy, there were too many people, and it was too chaotic.  Harry felt really stressed when he went to the shops.  He wanted to go to the shops (“that’s where they have the good coffee!!!” thought Harry), but it was really hard for him.

When Harry moved in to his new home, things were, well, not what he was expecting.

It seemed like the staff were running around and too busy to spend time with him, let alone show him how to make friends.  And it seemed like the people he lived with were just as shy as he was – They were very nice to be around, but they were not so good at starting off talking with Harry.  When the staff helped get the talk under way, they got on pretty well.  But without the staff to help them, they just kind of sat around not talking.

Harry’s mum asked about this.  The staff said they really wanted to spend more time with the residents, but they were really busy.  And besides, each of the residents had their 1:1 community access with staff.

One day, Harry thought about complaining.  He had always been taught to call 000 when things weren’t going right.

They didn’t like it when Harry called 000.  ”Maybe I will try and call again tomorrow, maybe they will be nicer then…”

After 3 months staff described Harry to the house manager as:

  • Not engaging well in the house – Not talking to his housemates without staff making him.
  • Resisting community access by not going to the cinema and the coffee shops at the local shops.
  • Having harassed his parents, needing them to give him constant engagement.
  • Making nuisance phone calls to 000.

One day, on the way home from an outing, the staff member working with Harry had to stop at the shops to get milk – The other staff had called while they were out.

The staff member was really confused – I know Harry doesn’t want to go in to the shops, but I know I shouldn’t leave him in the car.  He decided Harry should come into the shops.  “It is one of his goals after all, may as well start now” he thought.

When they arrived, Harry said “no no no no no no no”.  He was tense, he could feel his face getting red, and he didn’t want to stand up.  The staff talked to him about holding his hand, and that they really needed to get the milk for dinner tonight.   “That is pretty important” Harry thought to himself.  And the staff member made a deal that they would use some of the milk for an extra coffee when they got home.  “Deal” thought Harry!

Harry tried really hard.  And things went pretty well, until a man bumped into Harry’s back,

Harry fell to the ground.  He started to scream, an ear-piercing scream.  He kicked over the chips stand.  This went on for about 5 minutes.  After that Harry was able to be helped up, back to the car, and home.

The staff member had thought Harry would be OK.  Harry had come into the store with him.  They had made a deal.  And going to the shops was a goal for Harry.  But now he didn’t know how he could make things better for Harry about going to the shops.

Why did Harry react this way?  What is the chain around this?

Complete ALL of the following tasks:

  • What is Harry’s developmental progress while they’ve been at your service?
  • What indicators of attachment disorder or trauma does Harry display?
  • What interventions have you employed or could employ to ensure Harry’s trauma is not exacerbated?
  • Describe how you would provide positive support in response to a behaviour of concern.
  • Have there been any critical incidents in working with Harry? How did/would you respond to the incidents?  What documentation is required?
  • Describe how you would use a person-centred approach in response to a behaviour Harry has displayed.  How would you review and monitor this response in the long term?
  • How would meet Harry’s daily needs while he is in care?  How do you support him to maintain a safe and clean environment and maintain his possessions appropriately?
  • Outline how you would provide Harry with opportunities for education, including life skills, attend school or undertake employment opportunities.
  • How would you manage the ongoing health care needs of Harry?
  • What are the emotional, social and physical support needs of Harry?
  • What resettlement needs can you identify for Harry?  How would you go about supporting him?
  • What would be an appropriate level of contact with Harry once they are out of care?
  • What communication strategies would you need to consider when working with Harry?  
  • How would you identify and then work with any particular areas of diversity, culture or background when working with Harry?
  • Identify at least one area of legal and ethical compliance in regard to caring for Harry or in your work in general.  Describe how you would address this area and any follow up actions that may be required.

Case study Geoff

Geoff has Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and experiences 'hyper-sensitivity' to noise. He has a moderate intellectual disability. Geoff uses a visual communication system to tell others what he wants. He can become highly excitable and / or anxious.  

Geoff gets distressed whenever he hears sudden or loud noises (car horns, sirens, shouting), and when he gets confused, dis-orientated or unsafe he may demonstrate challenging behaviour.

Geoff lives in a group home with 4 other adult males. He has lived there for less than a year. He finds it difficult to cope with anxiety and where the behaviours of others are unpredictable for him. Sometimes when this happens he bites his wrist.

Geoff also has a profile that indicates history of physical abuse and neglect. He becomes distressed whenever "pressured" to perform or self-manage in stressful situations. At such times, he may appear anxious, aggressive and become either highly "controlling" or "refuse to engage".

Most commonly he will run away from the situation in an aggressive manner. In such situations / settings this means he may:

  • strike a carer or other person in the community, or
  • run away knocking others as he passes or
  • cause property damage

He has significant communication difficulties (i.e. has difficulty understanding language and expresses himself using some manual signs and a picture communication system) and uses challenging behaviour if pressed to comply with directions when he doesn't understand.

Geoff also has trouble with changes to his routines and schedule, especially when this happens without adequate / effective explanation. Geoff appears to enjoy making choices when available. He enjoys his morning and work time schedules but has difficulty after work. His afternoon activities presently include unpacking and re packing his work bag, a leisure activity that Geoff can choose from a selection of about 5 options, meal preparation, and some "free time". Dinner is usually at 7.00 pm.

One afternoon, several of the other clients that Geoff lives with were involved in an incident where they were yelling and shouting. Geoff walked into the group home (returning from his day program) and found the others shouting. The carer came up to Geoff and said to him "because everyone is upset and we have had to calm everyone down, dinner would not be until 7:30pm.

As soon as Geoff heard this, he dropped his bag, started to jump up and down biting his wrist. When the other residents saw Geoff doing this, they started yelling at him to stop. This made Geoff even more upset, and he ran past the staff member, pushing them against the wall out of the way, and went out into the back yard, refusing to come inside.

Later on (about an hour later) staff were able to get Geoff to come back inside and give him some dinner. As a result of the incident, Geoff was tired and irritable for the rest of the night, and got he refused to come inside.

Complete ALL of the following tasks:

  • What is Geoff’s developmental progress while they’ve been at your service?
  • What indicators of attachment disorder or trauma does Geoff display?
  • What interventions have you employed or could employ to ensure Geoff’s trauma is not exacerbated?
  • Describe how you would provide positive support in response to a behaviour of concern.
  • Have there been any critical incidents in working with Geoff? How did/would you respond to the incidents?  What documentation is required?
  • Describe how you would use a person-centred approach in response to a behaviour Harry has displayed.  How would you review and monitor this response in the long term?
  • How would meet Geoff’s daily needs while he is in care?  How do you support him to maintain a safe and clean environment and maintain his possessions appropriately?
  • Outline how you would provide Geoff with opportunities for education, including life skills, attend school or undertake employment opportunities.
  • How would you manage the ongoing health care needs of Geoff?
  • What are the emotional, social and physical support needs of Geoff?
  • What resettlement needs can you identify for Geoff?  How would you go about supporting him?
  • What would be an appropriate level of contact with Geoff once they are out of care?
  • What communication strategies would you need to consider when working with Geoff?  
  • How would you identify and then work with any particular areas of diversity, culture or background when working with Geoff?
  • Identify at least one area of legal and ethical compliance in regard to caring for Geoff or in your work in general.  Describe how you would address this area and any follow up actions that may be required.

Task

This case study is to be completed on an actual client you currently work with.  You will need to provide an outline of the person (with de-identified details) and provide answers and information to the following points.

Your work must be signed and authorised by your workplace supervisor.  They will need to complete the Workplace Log Book to certify that the work is an actual example and that they have observed you in the workplace undertaking all of the strategies and points you have provided.

Complete ALL of the following tasks:

  • Provide an outline of the client, their history, background and your current role in working with them.
  • What is their developmental progress while they’ve been at your service?
  • What indicators of attachment disorder or trauma do they display?
  • What interventions have you employed or could employ to ensure their trauma is not exacerbated?
  • Describe how you would provide positive support in response to a behaviour of concern.
  • Have there been any critical incidents in working with this person? How did/would you respond to the incidents?  What documentation is required?
  • Describe how you would use a person-centred approach in response to a behaviour they have displayed.  How would you review and monitor this response in the long term?
  • How would meet their daily needs while they are in care?  How do you support them to maintain a safe and clean environment and maintain their possessions appropriately?
  • Outline how you would provide the person with opportunities for education, including life skills, attend school or undertake employment opportunities.
  • How would you manage the ongoing health care needs of this person?
  • What are the emotional, social and physical support needs of this person?
  • What resettlement needs can you identify for this person?  How would you go about supporting them?
  • What would be an appropriate level of contact with this person once they are out of care?
  • What communication strategies would you need to consider when working with your client?  
  • How would you identify and then work with any particular areas of diversity, culture or background when working with this person?
  • Identify at least one area of legal and ethical compliance in regard to caring for your client or in your work in general.  Describe how you would address this area and any follow up actions that may be required.

Reflective Journal

You will need to complete at least 8 journal entries as part of your work role.  Please discuss any issues or reflections with your supervisor if you need follow up support or advice.  The journal entries need to cover a range of issues, encounters or situations across your work duties.  They need to include at least one of the following areas:

  • How you’ve applied a trauma informed care perspective with a client
  • How you’ve used your knowledge of developmental issues to support a client
  • How you’ve worked with a client to manage their ongoing placement in residential care
  • How you’ve managed conflict using a positive and supportive approach

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