Assessment criteria

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Unit 22
Supporting Individuals Through
Significant Life Events
– Enayet Sarwar
Learning Outcomes
LO1 Assess the impact of significant life events on
individuals and their social networks
LO2 Review the roles of external agencies that provide
support for individuals and their social networks going
through significant life events
LO3 Explain how organisational policies and procedures
support individuals and their social networks affected by
significant life events
LO4 Reflect on how individuals who have experienced
significant life events are supported in care service
provision
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Assessment criteria

P1 Discuss the impact
of expected and
unexpected significant
life events on
individuals at different
ages and stages
P2 Discuss the impact
of different significant
life events on the
individual’s family,
friends and wider
social networks
M1 Critically discuss
the relationship
between the impact on
the individual, and the
impact on their family,
friends and wider
social networks in
relation to significant
life events
D1 Critically
evaluate the impact
of significant life
events on
individuals, their
families, friends
and wider social
networks

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LO1 Assess the impact of significant life events on
individuals and their social networks
•Impacts of Life events on Individual
•Impact on Families and Social Networks
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Impact on Life
Https://youtu.be/CE-4SCUHibc
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Impact Of Life events
•Physical,
•Emotional
•Social and economic
•Intellectual
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Physical Impact
Possible challenges
•Increase of extra support,
•Change of needs and wants
•Physical condition could deteriorate
Benefits – Improved Health
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Emotional
•Frequent changes in mood
•Feeling of confusion or isolation, fear, anxiety,
stress, anger, low feelings of self- worth, loss of
purpose, shame, loss of pride, depression or low
mood.
Benefits:
•Improved feeling of self-worth, positive mood,
increased confidence.
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Social and Economic
• Loss of independence.
• Loss of income
• Loss of the access of familiar social network
• Dependence on familiar and unfamiliar others
Benefits:
• Opportunity to create new relationship, seek new
sources of income, achieve alternative economic
goals.
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Intellectual
• Negative changes in self perception
• Loss of stimulation or familiar activities
• Changed understanding
• Inability or reluctance to make choices
• Disempowerment
• Inability to plan for future
• Feeling pressurized
Benefits:
Positive changes in perspective and self-perception, accepting
new challenges, opportunities to access different experience
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Social Networks
Whatever connection you have outside of your
family are Social network
https://youtu.be/6a_KF7TYKVc
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Impact on Family and social network
• Changes in relationship dynamics
• Taking on role of informal carers of parent, spouse, children etc
• Additional responsibility that can lead to stress and depression
• Feeling of guilt, stress, fear, destabilisation, embarrassment,
helplessness
• Unsure of what is expected of them but feel that they need help
• Wanting to stay in touch but often feel pushed away
• Unsure of how to help
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Next Session
•Relationship between Impact on individual and
the impact on families and wider social network
•Critical Discussion
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Any Question
Thank you
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