1.2 The level of care a person needs or the type of care they require varies from person-to-person. All assessments should be done with a person-centred approach to agree on care plan a made around the individual and their needs. All service user must be always aware of their care plan and the tasks its include and to be discussed with service user at all the times. Just because two people share the same disability this does not mean they require exactly the same level of care and support, so working with a person-centred approach will enable you to identify their individual needs.
1.3 An individual with a disability may find it difficult to do day-to-day things such as wash or dress ( general personal care tasks), meal preparation , medication , social inclusion and will need some support. It is important you also help an individual recognise their strengths to increase confidence and self-esteem as being unable to do simple tasks can affect a persons self-esteem. Having a disability should not determine whether or not their aspirations can be met but careful thinking about how you can help to achieve it.
2.1 Physical disability can be defined as “a physical or mental impairment which has substantial and long-term adverse effect on a person's ability to carry out day-to-day activities”
2.2 Congenital describes the disability what is since the birth of the person , caused during the birth and it my include , learing disabilities , head injuries and many more
Acquired describes when disability is cuased by ilness or accident during persons lifetime.
Neurological discribes the ilnessis what