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Nvq Dementia

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Unit 4222-367 Enable rights and choices of individuals with
dementia whilst minimising risks

Assessment Criteria

Outcome 1 Understand key legislation and agreed ways of working that support the fulfilment of rights and choices of individuals
with dementia while minimising risk of harm

The learner can:
1. explain the impact of key legislation that relates to fulfilment of rights and choices and the minimising of risk of harm for an individual with dementia
2. evaluate agreed ways of working that relate to rights and choices of an individual with dementia 3. explain how and when personal information may be shared with carers and others, taking into account legislative frameworks and agreed ways of working

Outcome 2 Be able to maximise the rights and choices of individuals with dementia

The learner can:
1. demonstrate that the best interests of an individual with dementia are considered when planning and delivering care and support
2. demonstrate how an individual with dementia can be enabled to exercise their rights and choices even when a decision has not been deemed to be in their best interests 3. explain why it is important not to assume that an individual with dementia cannot make their own decisions

4. describe how the ability of an individual with dementia to make decisions may fluctuate

Outcome 3 Be able to involve carers and others in supporting individuals with dementia

The learner can:
1. demonstrate how carers and others can be involved in planning support that promotes the rights and choices of an individual with dementia and minimises risk of harm 2. describe how a conflict of interest can be addressed between the carer and an individual with dementia whilst balancing rights, choices and risk

3. describe how to ensure an individual with dementia, carers and others feel able to complain without fear of retribution

Outcome 4 Be able to maintain the privacy, dignity and respect of individuals with dementia whilst...