Thematical path #3: Managing travel
This itinerary is centred on learning: reading the city map.
|Read a plan and extract useful information from it||Level 2|
In your profession, you will have to travel (from one beneficiary to another), take the beneficiary to a doctor, for example, or help him/her to travel independently.
Today, many digital tools exist to assist you in these travels: GPS, Google Maps (on your computer or smartphone), and other applications (Waze, Sygic, etc.).
But you may need to use a paper map or plan at some point.
This route is built around 4 learning sessions to properly use a city map:
- Understand the organisation of a city plan
- Locate a place or 1 street on a city map
- Follow a given itinerary
- Define a route
To work towards these objectives, we suggest that you put yourself in the shoes of a home helper and to take care of a beneficiary.
Your mission :
“One of your beneficiaries, Mr. Michel Louis, has just been discharged from hospital following a hospitalisation of several weeks due to a car accident.
One of the missions entrusted to you during the week is to accompany Mr. Louis for a medical examination that he must perform at the hospital.
You must also go to the pharmacy to buy the drugs prescribed for him. »
If you want, you can watch a video that explains how to read a city map.