3.1 Analyse the interrelationship between factors that support an individual’s wellbeing

Qualification: Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care
Unit: Facilitate person-centred assessment to support well-being of individuals
Learning outcome: Be able to carry out person-centred assessment that promotes social, emotional, cultural, spiritual and intellectual wellbeing
Assessment criteria: 3.1 Analyse the interrelationship between factors that support an individual’s wellbeing

  • Several factors support an individual’s well-being:
    • Health – Good physical and mental health contributes to well-being. This can include exercise, positive interest/hobbies and diet
    • Economic – lack of money can result in poverty which is detrimental to well-being
    • Social – strong, supportive social activities and links (including family and friends) lead to better wellbeing
    • Emotional – close relationships and having access to emotional support when required can contribute to well-being
    • Cultural – maintaining links to culture and heritage can impact positively on well-being
    • Spiritual – similalrly, being able to maintain spiritual needs and being with others that have similar beliefs is good for well-being
    • Intellectual – shared interests at the same intellectual level can contribute to well-being

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