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of us to gain a good understanding of something before we agree, or not, to be a part of it,1.3 By using active support to improve the quality of an individual’s life make sure that n they have a choice of e.g food, activities, =’ what time they get up/go to bed, where they want to sit, when they want a bath/shower, make it person centred so that they enjoy what they do on a daily basis, therefore making them happie6 active support is the best choice because it gives independence to the individual. To promote their independence staff should encourageeconomic and cultural activities, help the individual to use equipment to aid their independence. Support informed choices by putting into place communication boards showing information in a way that is understood by the individualu/ 2.1 This involves planning a range of new activities or an individual then assessing the help they would need for each one. e.g. carrying out risk assessments discussing them with the individualn ff r.->6{tzlrr and others involved etc. next you need to breakdown the activities into manageable chunks. for example they will get up, wash, make their bed, make breakfast and wash up. To do this new all at once might be too much for the individual so on Monday and Tuesday you focus on getting up, getting wash and dressed and making the bed. You or others make breakfast etc. Once they have mastered gettin up etc.. on Wednesday or at the end of the week, they continue to do this and you can then focus on the next chunk the task i.e. making breakfast and washing up. “/,,/ 4.2The perspective of how to assess participation has also evolved oveftime. measures of mental capacity, disability primarily captured observable information, such as the frequency which an individual performed roles and in this review are called measures assessing objective participation. However, measures of objective pafticipation do not capture the individual’s perspective about the impact of the health condition and the problems they experience whenecarrying out everyday activities.