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H5ND 04 (SCDHSC210) — Support Individuals to Participate in Recreational Activities
Overview
This standard outlines the requirements when supporting individuals to participate in recreational activities. This includes supporting individuals to identify which recreational activities to pursue, supporting them to participate in the activities they choose and working together to review the activities.

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Additional Information
Scope/range related to Performance Criteria The details in this field are explanatory statements of scope and/or examples of possible contexts in which the NOS may apply; they are not to be regarded as range statements required for achievement of the NOS.
NOTE: Where an individual finds it difficult or impossible to express their own preferences and make decisions about their life, achievement of this standard may require the involvement of advocates or others who are able to represent the views and best interests of the individual.
Where there are language differences within the work setting, achievement of this standard may require the involvement of interpreters or translation services.
Active participation is a way of working that regards individuals as active partners in their own care or support rather than passive recipients. Active participation recognises each individual’s right to participate in the activities and relationships of everyday life as independently as possible.
The individual is the person you support or care for in your work.
Key people are those who are important to an individual and who can make a difference to his or her wellbeing. Key people may include family, friends, carers and others with whom the individual has a supportive relationship.
Others are your colleagues and other professionals whose work contributes to the individual’s wellbeing and who enable you to carry out your role.

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Scope/range related to Knowledge and Understanding
The details in this field are explanatory statements of scope and/or examples of possible contexts in which the NOS may apply; they are not to be regarded as range statements required for achievement of the NOS.
All knowledge statements must be applied in the context of this standard.
Factors that may affect the health, wellbeing and development of individuals may include: adverse circumstances or trauma before or during birth; autistic spectrum conditions; dementia; family circumstances; frailty; harm or abuse; injury; learning disability; medical conditions (chronic or acute); mental health; physical disability; physical ill health; poverty; profound or complex needs; sensory needs; social deprivation; substance misuse.
Values
Adherence to codes of practice or conduct where applicable to your role and the principles and values that underpin your work setting, including the rights of children, young people and adults. These include the rights:
to be treated as an individual to be treated equally and not be discriminated against to be respected to have privacy to be treated in a dignified way to be protected from danger and harm to be supported and cared for in a way that meets their needs, takes account of their choices and also protects them to communicate using their preferred methods of communication and language to access information about themselves

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Performance Criteria — What you do in your job

You must provide evidence to meet all the 20 Performance Criteria for this Unit. The Performance Criteria are grouped under headings to assist you with planning how best to meet these points.

Place the number of the piece of work where this Performance Criteria has been met in the evidence box after each criteria.

Support individuals to identify recreational activities that suit them

Performance Criteria
1 Work with the individual in ways that promote active participation, involving key people and others where necessary.

Evidence Number where this criteria has been met

2 Support the individual to identify their recreational interests, preferences and needs.

3 Work with the individual to assess whether, and in what capacity, the individual is able to continue with existing recreational activities.

4 Support the individual to identify new recreational activities likely to meet their preferences and needs.

5 Work with the individual to identify any risks involved in recreational activities that they wish to take up or continue with.

6 Support the individual to identify any adjustments or alternatives to chosen recreational activities that will help to minimise the risks.

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Support individuals to participate in recreational activities

Performance Criteria
7 Provide support for the individual to try out new recreational activities.

Evidence Number where this criteria has been met

8 Agree with the individual the support they require to continue participating in existing or newly chosen recreational activities.

9 Carry out your agreed activities in supporting the individual’s participation.

10 Implement any risk management plans associated with the activities, in partnership with the individual.

11 Encourage continued participation where the individual is encountering difficulties.

12 Seek further information and support to enable the individual to participate in their chosen recreational activities, taking account of any difficulties and any anticipated changes that may affect their participation in future.

Support individuals to review the value of recreational activities 13 Work with the individual, key people and others to
agree how participation in recreational activities should be reviewed, including who will be involved and how information will be handled.
14 Encourage the individual to communicate their views on the recreational activities.
15 Encourage the individual to communicate any changes required according to their preferences and needs.
16 Carry out your responsibilities in the review.

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Implement changes to increase participation in recreational activities

Performance Criteria

Evidence Number where this criteria has been met

17 Implement any agreed changes for which you are responsible in order to increase the individual’s participation in recreational activities.

18 Take appropriate action where changes outside your responsibility are not implemented.

19 Monitor the effectiveness of changes made.

20 Complete records and reports on any changes made, in accordance with legal and work setting requirements.

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Knowledge and Understanding — Why and how you do what you do in your job

You must provide evidence of your knowledge and understanding to meet all the 46 knowledge points for this Unit. The knowledge points are grouped under headings to assist you with planning how best to meet them.

Place the number of the piece of work where each knowledge point has been met in the ‘evidence number ‘box after each point.

Rights

Knowledge and Understanding You need to know and understand:
1 Work setting requirements on equality, diversity, discrimination and human rights.

Evidence Number where this knowledge point has been met

2 Your role supporting rights, choices, wellbeing and active participation.

3 Your duty to report anything you notice people do, or anything they fail to do, that could obstruct individuals’ rights.

4 The actions to take if you have concerns about discrimination.

5 The rights that individuals have to make complaints and be supported to do so.

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How you carry out your work

Knowledge and Understanding You need to know and understand:

Evidence Number where this knowledge point has been met

6 Codes of practice, standards, frameworks and guidance relevant to your work and the content of this standard.

7 The main items of legislation that relate to the content of this standard within your work role.

8 Your own background, experiences and beliefs that may affect the way you work.

9 Your own roles and responsibilities with their limits and boundaries.

10 Who you must report to at work.

11 The roles and responsibilities of other people with whom you work.

12 How to find out about procedures and agreed ways of working in your work setting.

13 How to make sure you follow procedures and agreed ways of working.

14 The meaning of person centred working and the importance of knowing and respecting each person as an individual.

15 The prime importance of the interests and wellbeing of the individual.

16 The individual’s cultural and language context.

17 How to work in ways that build trust with people.

18 How to work in ways that support the active participation of individuals in their own care and support.

19 How to work in ways that respect individuals’ dignity, personal beliefs and preferences.

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How you carry out your work (cont)
Knowledge and Understanding You need to know and understand:
20 How to work in partnership with people.
21 What you should do when there are conflicts and dilemmas in your work.
22 How and when you should seek support in situations beyond your experience and expertise.

Evidence Number where this knowledge point has been met

Theory for practice 23 The factors that may affect the health, wellbeing
and development of individuals you care for or support.
24 How these affect individuals and how they may affect different individuals differently.
25 The main stages of human development.

Communication 26 Factors that can have a positive or negative effect
on the way people communicate.
27 Different methods of communicating.

Personal and professional development 28 Why it is important to reflect on how you do your
work.
29 How to use your reflections to improve the way you work.

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Health and Safety
Knowledge and Understanding You need to know and understand:
30 Your work setting policies and practices for health, safety and security.
31 Practices that help to prevent and control infection in the context of this standard.

Evidence Number where this knowledge point has been met

Safe-guarding 32 The duty that everyone has to raise concerns about
possible harm or abuse, poor or discriminatory practices.
33 Signs and symptoms of harm or abuse.
34 How and when to report any concerns about abuse, poor or discriminatory practice, resources or operational difficulties.
35 What to do if you have reported concerns but no action is taken to address them.

Handling information 36 Legal requirements, policies and procedures for the
security and confidentiality of information.
37 Work setting requirements for recording information and producing reports including the use of electronic communication.
38 What confidentiality means.
39 How to maintain confidentiality in your work.
40 When and how to pass on information.

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