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Saturday, 14 November 2015

Identify possible barriers to active participation?

Ans. Possible barriers to active participation are as follows:
  • An individual may have physical inability to take part in any events and activities such as individual may be immobile or may have poor mobility or pain or bed-bound. Those barriers may discourage or prevent an individual from active participation.
  • An individual may have depression or emotional bereavement or other critical mental illness that can discourage or prevent an individual from active participation.
  • An individual need encouragement to active participation such as invitation, reminder, persuasion and discussion about the topics etc. If carer, social worker or responsible person do not encourage an individual to active participation, an individual may feel low self-esteem to participate.
  • Organisational responsibilities are to arrange events and activities for individual service users to participate. Also they have responsibilities to inform their staff and provide training on how to encourage an individual to active participation.
Not everyone like crowds or monkey dancing or circus. Some people may prefer to read books or stay quiet and peaceful in their room or wherever they want. It is may be because event is not interested to them or they are a kind beyond your thoughts. So respect their privacy, quiet and peaceful life.

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