Question 1 – In a few sentences for each, explain how the following legal and ethical considerations are relevant to wellness plans and advanced directives and how they are applied in organizations and individual practice:
• codes of practice
• dignity of risk
• duty of care
• human rights
• informed consent
• mandatory reporting
• practice standards
• privacy, confidentiality, and disclosure
• policy frameworks
• records management
• rights and responsibilities of workers, employers and individuals accessing the service
• specific legislative requirements for advanced directives
• work role boundaries—responsibilities and limitations
• work health and safety
2 – In a few short sentences for each, provide an overview of the following values and principles of the Mental Health Sector:
• recovery-oriented practice
• health promotion and prevention
• holistic approach
• empowerment/ disempowerment
• access and equity
• early intervention
• social justice and inclusion
3 – Explain what a wellness plan is and the limitations that may be associated with them.
4 -Explain what the purpose of an advanced directive is and what its primary limitation is.
5 – Visit this website http://mentalhealthrecovery.com/wrap-is/ and explain what a Wellness recovery action plan (WRAP) is and what it will help you to do.
6 – Identify where you can obtain an advance care directive form in South Australia and the options for completing this form.
7 – Explain the purpose of statements of capacity and how you can confirm a person’s capacity at the time of signing an Advance Care Directive.
8 – Explain the role and requirements of witnesses to an advance care directive.
9 – Identify 5 community, support, and mental health services that are available to people living with mental illness.
10 – Identify 2 services you would refer to people experiencing mental distress, unwellness, and crisis.
11 – Identify a minimum of 3 crisis situations that would require you to debrief or engage in reflective practice as a mental health worker