In approximately one hundred words, describe the differences between the giving of personal care for each of these situations. Is it a ‘one-size fits all’ approach, or is care planned for the individual needs of each client?Elsie has dementia. She is a resident in a high-care nursing home. She needs significant help with personalcare, including showering, grooming, dressing, feeding, toileting and transferring.Damien is a young man with MS. He has sound cognitive ability but is dependent on his wife for assistancewith all activities of daily living. His wife needs to go to hospital so she has arranged for home nursing whileshe is unable to look after Damien. Damien will tell the carers what he requires and how he likes things tobe done.Jessie cares for her mother, Maria, who lives next door to her. Maria is frail but has full cognitive functionand is able to undertake most activities of daily living without assistance. Jessie is having a baby in fourweeks’ time.Jessie has arranged for her mother to go into respite care for a month after the baby is born so she hassome time to recover from the birth and get used to her role as a mother. She is relieved that Maria will besafe and have meals cooked for her.