investigate the impact of disability on the individual, family/whānau and community and to use a goal focused approach to identify the rehabilitation needs (requirements and resources) for an individual, from a holistic perspective

The aim of this assessment is for students to investigate the impact of disability on the individual, family/whānau and community and to use a goal focused approach to identify the rehabilitation needs (requirements and resources) for an individual, from a holistic perspective

Learning Outcomes: 3 and 4

Task: Ngā Tuhi: Project‐ Poster Presentation

Using the scenario that you selected for Assessment 1 and supported by current research develop and present a poster which includes the following:

• Explain the impact of the disability/limitation (identified in assessment 1 using ICF model) on individual and family/whānau members using four dimensions of Te Whare Tapa Wha (Durie, 1985) as framework.

• Set two SMART client‐centred goals for the patient in your chosen scenario and provide a holistic plan of what in‐ put (e.g. resources, professional assistance, environmental, psychological, and social) the person requires to support the rehabilitation goal being achieved.

• Identify and provide relevant information about TWO (2) community based resources/services that are available to individuals with a disability that would be appropriate for the person in your chosen scenario. These can be local to Rotorua or national to New Zealand.

Information sheets can be in the form of leaflets/pamphlets, information from their website or other materials that could be given to the person in your chosen scenario.

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