Logic and Arithmetic: Volume 1. Natural Numbers by David Bostock

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In responding to clients we need to try to assess severity and complexity of problems and their intent and motivation to change. g. as a parent or employee), and to help them to reflect on the appropriateness of spontaneous decisions in terms of the implications for themselves and others. To make good choices people need to understand the consequences and take some responsibility for them. So we want to promote a culture of choice that entails responsible, supported decision making (Department of Health, 2007, p1).

Mr Eaton is registered as a vulnerable adult and my role is to engage the relevant professionals to assess the risks and create a protection plan. In discussion with Mr Eaton it became apparent how highly he valued his relationship with his daughter despite the abuse, and living in supported housing rather than a residential home. I focused my energies on ensuring that Mr Eaton understood the risks and was able to weigh up the consequences of his choice. ● ● At what point does a client’s expressed choice become so risky that you decide that an assessment of their capacity to make that decision is required?

As another example, it is well known that some clients will create a commotion to get their own way, perhaps utilising the media or a sympathetic politician. They know that most organisations and managers have little stomach for a fight and are likely to give in to their demands, even though this almost always means that other clients (normally not so visible, on a waiting list) will receive less or no service (Taylor, 2006b). 6 Questions to engage parents when a child is admitted to care ● ● ● Did you read the assessment of your child’s needs before it was presented at the review?

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