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CHCCCS004 Student Assessment Task Three: Observation Assessment Cover Sheet This document must be signed by the student for each assessment completed. Submission of Assessments will not be accepted for marking/review without a completed and signed Assessment Cover Sheet. Qualification Title CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services Unit Code CHCCCS004 Unit Title Assess co-existing needs. Student Name Student ID Student Email Assessor Name Campus ☐ Melbourne☐ Sydney☐ Perth Due Date Week 8 Submission Date Assessment Task Task Three - Observation Student Agreement: By signing this Agreement, I confirm that I understand the Assessment Submission Guidelines, as detailed in the Student Handbook and Acknowledge Education’s policies and procedures. In particular: · The work submitted is my own and does not contain another person’s material represented in my work. · I understand that I must acknowledge in an appropriate manner all information and sources of assistance used in my assessment work. · I have followed all submission, presentation and file name guidelines outlined in the submission guidelines. I am aware that if I do not follow the required guidelines, this could result in my assessments being returned not assessed by my trainer/assessor. · I understand that I must not receive undue assistance or the unauthorised help of others in the preparation of my assessment work. · I will not allow other students to access or copy in whole or any part of my assessment work. · I understand that if I am dissatisfied with the way I have been assessed or with my result, I have the right to appeal as detailed in the Student Handbook and Acknowledge Education’s policies and procedures. Student Declaration: I hereby declare that I have read the above statement and that all the material I submit for assessment is entirely my own and meets all of the college’s assessment requirements. Student Signature Date Assessment Task 3: Observation Student Assessment Instructions · Your assessor will explain the arrangements for this assessment, including when it will occur and how the observation will be conducted. · You must satisfactorily complete all sections of the assessment tasks. · Ask your assessor to clarify any aspect you are unsure about in this assessment task. · You may be asked to explain some parts of the demonstration if the assessor needs any clarification. · You may need to work in groups. Required Resources · You will need to have access to relevant legislation, standards and codes, industry practices and student book resources. · You may need access to organisational documents and deliverables from previous tasks in the assessment. Evidence · You must submit the completed assessment cover sheet and other evidence as outlined in the observation instructions, by online submission within the allocated time. · Ensure you keep a copy of your submitted work. Assessments submitted without completed cover sheet will not be accepted. When and where will this assessment take place? · This assessment may be undertaken in a simulated environment/in a classroom/at home – to be discussed with the assessor. · Your assessor will provide you with the due date, which can be recorded in the assessment plan. · Your assessor may also specify the length of time allowed and the expected word count, if applicable. What if the assessment is not suitable? · If you are unable to provide sufficient evidence within the observation assessment method, your assessor may be able to provide you with an alternative method. Discuss this with your assessor. What happens if your answers are not satisfactory? · If any of the observation assessments are not satisfactory, your assessor will provide you with feedback. You may need to resubmit some or all the assessment tasks. Your assessor will explain the details for your reassessment. · In most cases, you will be allowed a maximum of three attempts. · If you are not satisfied with your assessment result, you have the right to lodge an appeal. Ask your assessor or contact the Course Coordinator for more information. Observation Instructions No. The student’s assessment shows evidence of the following: 1 Role plays · The observation task will involve three different role plays. You will be provided with an overview of the context for your specific role within a specific context/service within the community services sector. You will have 20 minutes for each role play and will be assigned a ‘client’ (an assessor or another student) who will receive a Role Briefing document prior to the assessment). · Each of the three clients will present with different complex needs and contexts. The purpose of the role play is to demonstrate your to: · Assess and appropriately respond to the requirements of two people presenting with co-existing needs · Use analytical and critical thinking skills: to apply a strengths-based approach to assessment; to analyse information about co-existing issues; and to make evidence-based judgements about the person’s needs · For EACH role play, you will need to adapt the communication and the support to meet the particular complex needs of the individual. During each role play, you will be required to demonstrate the following: · Gather existing information about the person · Organise practical aspects of assessment in consultation with the person being assessed · Provide information about the assessment process to the person and obtain consent · Work within scope of own role and seek assistance from colleagues and experts as required · Empower the person to identify and prioritise their own needs · Evaluate needs based on full range of relevant information · Identify and analyse complex, multiple and interrelated issues · Explain issues of urgency and eligibility · Explain potential risk factors for service delivery · Provide service delivery and referral options from a strengths-based perspective · Determine best service fit for the person (based on internal and external options) · Provide the person with service information and support their decision-making process · Encourage the person to advocate on their own behalf to access services · Complete an Assessment Summary Report (p. 5) · After the roleplay session, you must request for each client to complete a Feedback form (p. 7) evaluating the service. You must then review and integrate the feedback received, and complete a Self-Reflection form for each roleplay (p. 8) Roleplay Scenarios Roleplay #1 A-Mei Chang has been experiencing the early stages of dementia and lives at home. She wears hearing aids due hearing impairment. A-Mei is of Chinese descent and has lived in Australia for 40 years. At home, A-Mei speaks English and she has declined interpreter services – she speaks, reads and writes English fluently. A major service provider has conducted an assessment to determine A-Mei’s current needs and priorities. A-Mei lives at home alone, with the assistance of daily carer visits arranged to assist with showering. Her daughter lives close by and visits weekly. A competency-based assessment and strengths-based questionnaire reveals that A-Mei can safely continue to live at home, with the assistance of continued home visits from carers. However, an interview with A-Mei reveals that she may be experiencing depression. A-Mei stated that since her husband died six months ago, she has been feeling very down. She reported that she is sleeping for long periods during the day, has lost interest in things that she usually enjoys and always seems to feel sad. She described feeling as though she is walking around in a big, black cloud. A-Mei denies suicidal thoughts or plans and says she has not attempted self-harm. She is willing to take part in assessment and any recommended course of action that follows on Roleplay #2 Alfred is 34 years old and has been experiencing homelessness and unemployment for the last 4 years. He has been alcohol and drug dependent during this period and has also reported episodes of self-harming. He discloses that he has not self-harmed in the last year but still has thoughts of harming himself from time to time. He has no contact with his family and has not seen them in the last five years. He would like to reconnect with them but is unsure of how to go about it. Roleplay #3 Julie is a 22-year-old woman who has been living in a community house with three other women for some years. She has a mild intellectual disability and diabetes. She takes pride in being able to maintain her housing but would like to consider getting a job to possibly live independently once she has the means to do so. She says that she has completed Year 10 education. Required Evidence Submission of the following documents for each client: · Completed Assessment Summary Report · Completed Client Feedback Form · Completed Self-Reflection Form Assessment Summary Form Report prepared by: Date: Client Name: Gender: DOB: Contact Number: Address Emergency Contact Person and Details Health history Home Environment Physical Assessment Psychosocial Assessment Identified Client Strengths & Resources Recommendations and Service Options Other Information Client Feedback Form Name: Date: Name of Service: What would you like to tell us about the service? What would you like to see happen? How do you think this service can be improved? Would you continue accessing this service? If not, please provide your reason/s. Do you have any other information/feedback you would like to share? Self-Reflection Form Roleplay #: To what extent did I do the following? Rate from 1-5 1-I did not do this at all 5-I did this VERY well 1 Gather existing information about the person ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 2 Organise practical aspects of assessment in consultation with the person being assessed ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 3 Provide information about the assessment process to the person and obtain consent ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 4 Work within scope of own role and seek assistance from colleagues and experts as required ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 5 Empower the person to identify and prioritise their own needs ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 6 Evaluate needs based on full range of relevant information ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 7 Identify and analyse complex, multiple and interrelated issues ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 8 Explain issues of urgency and eligibility ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 9 Explain potential risk factors for service delivery ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 10 Provide service delivery and referral options from a strengths-based perspective ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 11 Determine best service fit for the person (based on internal and external options) ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 12 Provide the person with service information and support their decision-making process ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 13 Oral communication-use communication techniques appropriate to context and client ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? 14 Problem-solving- adapt and respond to changes and adjust approach in response to new inputs. ☐1☐2☐3☐4☐5 What would I do differently next time? What feedback did you receive from the client, if applicable? Written question: Describe how you would maintain and store the person’s information according to confidentiality requirements Trainer Comments: The student demonstrated the ability to: S NS 1 Seek feedback about assessment processes from the person and other networks ☐ ☐ 2 Monitor processes and their outcomes in terms of success in meeting the person’s needs ☐ ☐ 3 Routinely seek feedback and reflect on own ☐☐ 4 Use feedback and own evaluation as a basis for improving ☐☐ Feedback Assessor Name Assessor Signature Student Name Student Signature Observation Assessment Sheet Observation Date: Competency Question No. During the observation, the student demonstrated the following: S NS 1 Observation Record Sheet - Role Play Has information about the person been gathered? 1 Gather existing information about the person ☐ ☐ Have the practical aspects of the assessment been organised? 2 Organise practical aspects of assessment in consultation with the person being assessed ☐ ☐ Has the person been advised of the assessment process and consent obtained? 3 Provide information about the assessment process to the person and obtain consent ☐☐ Has the student worked within the scope of the role and if necessary sought advice from colleagues or experts? 4 Work within scope of own role and seek assistance from colleagues and experts as required ☐☐ Has the person been empowered to be able to prioritise their needs? 5 Empower the person to identify and prioritise their own needs ☐☐ Have the needs been evaluated? 6 Evaluate needs based on full range of relevant information ☐☐ Have complex issues been identified? 7 Identify and analyse complex, multiple and interrelated issues ☐☐ Have issues of urgency and eligibility been explained? 8 Explain issues of urgency and eligibility ☐☐ Have the potential risks been explained? 9 Explain potential risk factors for service delivery ☐☐ Has strength-based perspective been considered for referral and service delivery? 10 Provide service delivery and referral options from a strengths-based perspective ☐☐ Have the best internal or external
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CHCCCS004
Student Assessment
Task Three: Observation
Assessment Cover Sheet
This document must be signed by the student for each assessment completed. Submission of Assessments will not be accepted for marking/review without a completed and signed Assessment Cover Sheet.
    Qualification Title
    CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services
    Unit Code
    CHCCCS004
    Unit Title
    Assess co-existing needs.
    Student Name
    
    Student ID
    
    Student Email
    
    Assessor Name
    
    Campus
        ☐ Melbourne    ☐ Sydney    ☐ Perth
    Due Date
    
Week 8
    Submission Date
    
    Assessment Task
    Task Three - Observation
Student Agreement:
By signing this Agreement, I confirm that I understand the Assessment Submission Guidelines, as detailed in the Student Handbook and Acknowledge Education’s policies and procedures. In particular:
· The work submitted is my own and does not contain another person’s material represented in my work.
· I understand that I must acknowledge in an appropriate manner all information and sources of assistance used in my assessment work.
· I have followed all submission, presentation and file name guidelines outlined in the submission guidelines. I am aware that if I do not follow the required guidelines, this could result in my assessments being returned not assessed by my trainer/assessor.
· I understand that I must not receive undue assistance or the unauthorised help of others in the preparation of my assessment work.
· I will not allow other students to access or copy in whole or any part of my assessment work.
· I understand that if I am dissatisfied with the way I have been assessed or with my result, I have the right to appeal as detailed in the Student Handbook and Acknowledge Education’s policies and procedures.
Student Declaration:
I hereby declare that I have read the above statement and that all the material I submit for assessment is entirely my own and meets all of the college’s assessment requirements.
    Student Signature
    
    Date
    
Assessment Task 3: Observation
Student Assessment Instructions
· Your assessor will explain the arrangements for this assessment, including when it will occur and how the observation will be conducted.
· You must satisfactorily complete all sections of the assessment tasks.
· Ask your assessor to clarify any aspect you are unsure about in this assessment task.
· You may be asked to explain some parts of the demonstration if the assessor needs any clarification.
· You may need to work in groups.
Required Resources
· You will need to have access to relevant legislation, standards and codes, industry practices and student book resources.
· You may need access to organisational documents and deliverables from previous tasks in the assessment.
Evidence
· You must submit the completed assessment cover sheet and other evidence as outlined in the observation instructions, by online submission within the allocated time.
· Ensure you keep a copy of your submitted work. Assessments submitted without completed cover sheet will not be accepted.
When and where will this assessment take place?
· This assessment may be undertaken in a simulated environment/in a classroom/at home – to be discussed with the assessor.
· Your assessor will provide you with the due date, which can be recorded in the assessment plan.
· Your assessor may also specify the length of time allowed and the expected word count, if applicable.
What if the assessment is not suitable?
· If you are unable to provide sufficient evidence within the observation assessment method, your assessor may be able to provide you with an alternative method. Discuss this with your assessor.
What happens if your answers are not satisfactory?
· If any of the observation assessments are not satisfactory, your assessor will provide you with feedback. You may need to resubmit some or all the assessment tasks. Your assessor will explain the details for your reassessment.
· In most cases, you will be allowed a maximum of three attempts.
· If you are not satisfied with your assessment result, you have the right to lodge an appeal. Ask your assessor or contact the Course Coordinator for more information.
Observation Instructions
    No.
    The student’s assessment shows evidence of the following:
    1
    Role plays
    
    · The observation task will involve three different role plays. You will be provided with an overview of the context for your specific role within a specific context/service within the community services sector. You will have 20 minutes for each role play and will be assigned a ‘client’ (an assessor or another student) who will receive a Role Briefing document prior to the assessment).
· Each of the three clients will present with different complex needs and contexts. The purpose of the role play is to demonstrate your to:
· Assess and appropriately respond to the requirements of two people presenting with co-existing needs
· Use analytical and critical thinking skills: to apply a strengths-based approach to assessment; to analyse information about co-existing issues; and to make evidence-based judgements about the person’s needs
· For EACH role play, you will need to adapt the communication and the support to meet the particular complex needs of the individual. During each role...
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