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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LO1: Assessment Criteria

LO1 Assess the impact of significant life events on individuals and
their social networks
D1 Critically evaluate
the impact of
significant life
events on
individuals, their
families, friends and
wider social
networks
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

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LO2: Assessment Criteria

LO2 Review the roles of external agencies that provide
support for individuals and their social networks going
through significant life events
D2 Critically reflect on
organisational
approaches to
promoting effective
and co-ordinated
support for supporting
individuals and their
social networks
affected by significant
life events
P3 Compare how different
external voluntary and
statutory agencies support
individuals through significant
life events
P4 Discuss the role of the
healthcare or care assistant in
providing support to
individuals as a part of a
wider team of support
services
M2 Critically analyse
barriers to
partnership
approaches for
individual and family
affected by
significant life events

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LO3: Assessment Criteria

LO3 Explain how organisational policies and procedures
support individuals and their social networks affected by
significant life events
P5 Analyse the relationship
between organisational
policies and the practical
support available in health
and care settings to
different individuals
experiencing significant life
events
M3 Critically review the
effectiveness of policies
and procedures in own
setting that provide a
framework for
supporting individuals
experiencing significant
life events

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LO4 : Assessment Criteria

LO4 Reflect on how individuals who have experienced
significant life events are supported in care service
provision
D3 Critically reflect on
how effectively care
services in own
locality respond to
individuals and their
social networks
affected by significant
life events
P6 Provide a period of
appropriate support to an
individual and their social
network who have been
affected by a significant life
event
P7 Investigate referral
processes available to
support an individual and
their social networks
affected by significant life
events
M4 Reflect upon the
effectiveness of own
role in supporting
individuals and their
social networks
affected by
significant life events

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Significant Life Event
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Events that change the way life be it
positive or negative
Significant life event means that something
happens in people’s life that significantly
impact on life activities
Other significant life events
Birth with health conditions
Marriage
Achieved a good result
People’s life changes due to war.
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Examples
Life events could be,
• Loss/ death of others significant in life,
• loss of employment,
• health related event – period of ill health leading to the loss
of ability, loss of function, sensory loss, loss of changes in
mental ability, i.e., loss of memory, recovery from long time
ill health
• Change in location, i.e., Leaving home, change of care
home, destruction of home,
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Life Stages
There are different stages of life:
Prenatal stage – Three stages of prenatal stage
i) Germinal stage – First 2 weeks
ii) Embryonic stage – 3 to 8 weeks
iii) Fetal stage – 9
th to the Birth
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Increase Dependency
• Care (Both Formal and informal)
• Medication
• Support from Various professional
• Support from various organisations
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Next Session
• Impact of life events on Individual
• Impact of life events on family and social network
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End of session – 1
Any Question
Thank you
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