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World Autism Awareness Day Quizzes & Trivia

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  • 1. 

    The key principles of a person centred approach are to ensure that the person has the same rights and choices as anyone else; that they are treated with dignity and ________; that they should be offered the same chances and be able to take on the same responsibilities as other people.

    • A.

      Respect

    • B.

      Support

    • C.

      Hopes

    Correct Answer
    A. Respect
    Explanation
    The key principles of a person-centred approach involve treating individuals with dignity and respect, ensuring that they have the same rights and choices as anyone else. This means valuing their autonomy and individuality, and acknowledging their worth and uniqueness. By respecting individuals, we acknowledge their inherent value and treat them as equals, allowing them to make their own decisions and take on responsibilities, just like any other person.

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  • 2. 

    A person centred approach is a social support model, and it has been encouraged through the government white paper Valuing People Now (2009), and is considered best practice when working to support people with autism and learning disabilities.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The given statement is true because a person-centred approach is indeed a social support model that has been encouraged by the government white paper Valuing People Now (2009). This approach is considered best practice when working with individuals who have autism and learning disabilities. It focuses on understanding and respecting the individual's needs, preferences, and goals, and involves them in decision-making and planning their own support. By adopting a person-centred approach, professionals can provide more effective and tailored support to individuals with autism and learning disabilities.

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  • 3. 

    A person centred approach helps everyone involved:-      (Select  Four) 

    • A.

      The person

    • B.

      Outside Agencies

    • C.

      The person’s family and friends.

    • D.

      The professionals who work with the person.

    • E.

      The community

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. The person
    C. The person’s family and friends.
    D. The professionals who work with the person.
    E. The community
    Explanation
    A person-centered approach is beneficial for everyone involved because it prioritizes the needs, preferences, and goals of the person at the center of care. This approach ensures that the person's voice is heard and respected, allowing them to actively participate in decision-making and take control of their own care. It also involves the person's family and friends, as their support and involvement are crucial in providing holistic care. Additionally, professionals who work with the person benefit from a person-centered approach as it allows them to develop a deeper understanding of the person's unique needs and provide tailored care. Finally, the community benefits from a person-centered approach as it promotes inclusivity and fosters a sense of belonging for the person, ultimately enhancing their overall well-being.

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  • 4. 

    Care plans can vary from organisation to organisation, but the core information should try to answer to the following:-     (Select  Six)

    • A.

      Sharing of views

    • B.

      Regular reviews of need.

    • C.

      Discussion

    • D.

      Record Keeping

    • E.

      Goal setting

    • F.

      Action plans

    • G.

      Risk management.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Sharing of views
    B. Regular reviews of need.
    C. Discussion
    E. Goal setting
    F. Action plans
    G. Risk management.
    Explanation
    The core information in care plans should include sharing of views, regular reviews of need, discussion, goal setting, action plans, and risk management. These elements are essential for effective care planning and ensuring that the individual's needs are met. Sharing of views allows for collaboration and input from all parties involved. Regular reviews of need ensure that the care plan is updated and adjusted as necessary. Discussion promotes communication and understanding between the care team and the individual. Goal setting helps to establish clear objectives for the care plan. Action plans outline the specific steps and interventions to be taken. Risk management addresses any potential hazards or challenges that may arise.

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  • 5. 

    Areas of need are not always solely social or medical. An autistic person may have special difficulty with one or more aspects of language, for example, ________ language, and they may have impaired hearing or eyesight which makes the reception of language – spoken or written – difficult.

    • A.

      Expressive

    • B.

      Receptive

    Correct Answer
    B. Receptive
    Explanation
    An autistic person may have difficulty understanding or comprehending language, whether it is spoken or written. This can be due to impaired hearing or eyesight, which affects their ability to receive and process language. Therefore, the correct answer is "Receptive," as it refers to the difficulty an autistic person may have in receiving or understanding language.

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  • 6. 

    When writing goals into a person centred plan, it’s crucial to ensure that they are feasible and very specific, and they also have to be something that the person wants to achieve, otherwise there is no point in even starting the process.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    When writing goals into a person-centred plan, it is important to ensure that they are feasible and specific. This means that the goals should be realistic and attainable within the given circumstances. Additionally, the goals should align with the desires and aspirations of the person for whom the plan is being created. If the goals are not feasible or specific, or if they do not align with the person's wants, the person-centred plan may not be effective in helping the individual achieve their desired outcomes. Therefore, it is crucial to prioritize feasibility, specificity, and alignment with the person's desires when creating a person-centred plan.

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  • 7. 

    Action plans are usually broken down into milestones and dates, so a person can aim to work towards the smaller ______ by a particular date.

    • A.

      Goal

    • B.

      Things

    • C.

      Steps

    Correct Answer
    A. Goal
    Explanation
    Action plans are typically divided into milestones and dates to provide a clear roadmap for achieving a desired outcome. By setting specific goals, individuals can focus their efforts and track their progress towards these smaller objectives within a defined timeframe. This allows for better planning, motivation, and accountability, ensuring that the person stays on track and accomplishes their intended actions.

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  • 8. 

    Risk management  is the process of identifying risks, assessing how likely they are and how bad the consequences could be, and putting measures in place to maximise them.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Risk management is the process of identifying risks, assessing their likelihood and potential consequences, and implementing measures to minimize or mitigate them. The statement in the question is incorrect because it states that risk management aims to maximize risks, which is not the case. The goal of risk management is to minimize risks and protect against potential negative outcomes. Therefore, the correct answer is false.

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  • 9. 

    To be socially included, a person must be given the opportunity to deal with ________ crisis without fear of losing everything they had, and they must have the chance for their voice to be heard.

    • A.

      Major

    • B.

      Unforeseen

    • C.

      Personal

    Correct Answer
    C. Personal
    Explanation
    To be socially included, a person must be given the opportunity to deal with personal crisis without fear of losing everything they had, and they must have the chance for their voice to be heard. This means that individuals should be able to address and overcome their own personal issues and challenges without the risk of severe consequences or losing their possessions. Additionally, they should have the opportunity to express their thoughts, opinions, and concerns, ensuring that their voice is heard and taken into account in social situations and decision-making processes.

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