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6.1

[[General Digital Competence|General Digital Competence]] [[Enabling Digital Competence|Enabling Digital Competence]] [[Care Specific Digital Competence|Care Specific Digital Competence]]
[[Acceptance|Acceptance]] [[Adaptation|Adaptation]] [[Progression|Progression]] [[Support|Support]]
[[6.1|6.1]] [[6.2|6.2]] [[6.3|6.3]] [[6.4|6.4]]

 

Competence domain B Enabling digital competence in social care work
Competence area 6 Adaptation
Competence title 6.1 Identification of digital needs
Competence description   Identifying own as well as care recipients' needs that can be addressed by digital technology; inspecting own as well as care recipients' daily practices, routines, interests and wishes and determining where digital technology can provide more effectiveness, efficiency and comfort.
Application level User Guide/mentor
  He/She is able to:
Knowledge examples - understand that digital technologies are tools to address specific
needs
- distinguish between personal and work-related needs
- explain how to analyse care recipients’ common and individual
needs, daly practices, routines, interests and wishes
- give examples of typical care recipients’ needs that can be
addressed by digital technology
Skills examples

- inspect own personal needs, routines, interests and wishes
- inspect own care-work practices
- identify in own personal as well as work-related pactices the
needs that can be addressed by digital technology
- consult peers and professional sources to find out about
different ways of care-work-related application of ICTs

- communicate with care recipients about their needs and interests
- observe care recipients’ routines, habits, feelings and wishes
- synthesise observation-based information on care recipients’daily lives into formulation of needs
- decide which needs can be addressed by digital technology
Attitudes examples - apply digital solutions where they are effective and efficient

- apply individual, case-by-case focus when observing digital
needs of care recipients while allowing room for generalisation
- observe care recipients’ comfort and well-being when identifying
digital needs