Understand the principles of supporting individuals to live at home 1.1 Describe how being supported at home can benefit an individual There are a few examples of how being supported at home can be beneficial: * More independence
* More time spent with loved ones
* A greater sense of normality
* Able to maintain a little more control over daily routine * Surrounded by own possessions with fond memories etc
* No interruptions or noise from other 'patients or residents' * More likely to get visits from friends and family
* Some people don't like hospitals etc.
1.2 Compare the roles of people and agencies who may be needed to support an individual to live at home 1.3 Explain the importance of providing information about benefits, allowances and financial planning which could support individuals to live at home 1.4 Explain how Risk-management contributes to supporting individuals to live at home Be able to contribute to planning support for living at home 2.1 Identify with an individual the strengths, skills and existing networks they have that could support them to live at home 2.2 Identify with an individual their needs that may require additional support and their preferences for how the needs may be met 2.3 Agree with the individual and others the risks that need to be managed in living at home and ways to address them Be able to work with individuals to secure additional services and facilities to enable them to live at home 3.1 Support the individual and others to access and understand information about resources, services and facilities available to support the individual to live at home 3.2 Work with the individuals and others to select resources, services and facilities that will meet the individual’s needs and minimise risks 3.3 Contribute to completing paperwork to apply for required resources, facilities and services in a way that promotes active participation 3.4 Obtain...