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Note: Students must score 3 or above for all objectives in order to obtain a satisfactory grade.
1.1 Collects data for assessment from a variety of sources.
1.2 Identifies presence of health and/or social risk factors.
1.3 Identifies potential problems by differentiating normal and abnormal behaviour of elderly and their families.
1.4 Interprets data based on acquired knowledge.
1.5 Identifies health and/or social problems.
1.6 Establishes priorities of care.
2.1 Develops goals with specific time frame based on the needs of elderly.
2.2 Identifies interventions and services appropriate to the elderly problems.
2.3 Incorporates elderly and family strengths and weakness in planning.
2.4 Identifies learning needs of elderly.
3.1 Uses communication techniques appropriate to elderly situation.
3.2 Provides safe and competent care.
3.3. Responds appropriately and detects verbal and non-verbal cues of elderly and their family.
3.4 Respects the rights and dignity of elderly and their significant others.
3.5 Provides health teaching based on identified learning needs.
3.6 Makes referrals for elderly based on their needs.
4.1 Utilizes the problem-oriented method for recording relevant data.
4.2 Evaluates outcomes of care.
4.3 Develops alternative interventions.
5.1 Recognizes own strengths and limitations.
5.2 Demonstrates ability to reflect own competency, feeling and understanding of work situations through keeping of learning diary or journal.
5.3 Seeks guidance as appropriate.
5.4 Demonstrates ability to criticize own performance for continuing development.
5.5 Communicates with other care team members on overall plan for elderly.
5.6 Participates in group conference and shares pertinent learning experience.