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    Way of connecting individuals – Social Media

    Social media is a method of connecting individuals or a medium for sharing ones concepts. It’s applied sciences takes completely different varieties like internet, blogs, forums, social networks and so forth. The qualities social media possess are attain, accessibility, immediacy, permanence. Today’s youthful technology depend on social media fully as they like to be linked […] More

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    Administer medication to individuals, and monitor the effects

    Outcome 1 Understand legislation, policy and procedures related to the administration of medication 1. In the workplace there’s a generic Medication Management Policy and Procedures for Adult Services (Issue 10, 2012) document. This is kept to hand in a locked cabinet, readily available to learn. It requires that every one Healthcare Staff are given mandatory […] More

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    Administer Medication to Individuals – Manufacture

    This governs the manufacture and supply of medicines. This requires that the native pharmacist or giving physician is accountable for supplying treatment. She or he can only do this on the receipt of a prescription from an authorised person e.g. a well being care provider. According to the law (The Medicines Act 1968) medications could […] More

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    Role of Сommunication and Interactions With Individuals Who Have Dementia

    1. How do people with dementia communicate by way of their behaviour (1.1) Persons with dementia may communicate by way of behaviours similar to: Repetition of actions or questions, this will likely talk nervousness over reminiscence loss, boredom from inactivity, to seek reassurance, selecting at clothing as a result of nervousness. Aggression, this will communicate […] More

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    Develop teams and individuals

    Introduction This report will look at identifying and implement learning and development needs for an automotive service workshop. It will look at developing a learning and development plan, elaborating a strategy to encourage staff to self evaluate performance, assessing performance, providing feedback and managing follow up. It will use Richard Parker’s Automotive Service Team workshop […] More

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    Serious failure to protect individuals

    Serious failure to protect individuals from abuse occurred in care homes across Britain. This is an account of the shocking state of an elderly care home in Essex. It has shown the residents being abused, bullied and also physical violence being used toward these vulnerable adults. They had been left in their own excrement for […] More

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    Support individuals with specific communication needs

    Every individual has the right to communication as the Human Rights Act (1998) lists the freedom of expression as well as other rights relating to communication. As a staff, I have a moral obligation as well as adhering to the standards, codes of practice, guidelines, morals and law that govern my practice to ensure that […] More

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    Roles of Managers and Individuals

    There is one thing that is a constant within any organization which is change. Change is undeniable and inevitable. Change is what leads to progress. Structures, procedures, systems and policies and systems or just a few forms of change which an organization will use when utilizing change. When an organization undergoes goes there is a […] More

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    The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society

    Based on the facts listed discussed in the Education Pays 2013, The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society article, how might completing a bachelor’s degree improve your: Long-term financial outlook? As a bachelor degree holder working full time for 40 years I will earn an average of 65% more than high school gradulates. […] More

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    Support individuals during the last days of life

    The psychological aspects are different for each person it depends how they react to the thought of a person dying, some people may feel that it’s their own fault or that they have done something wrong taking the blame for it or someone may feel as if their being useless and feel like there’s things […] More

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    Support individuals at the end of life

    1.1 The main legal requirements and agreed ways of working relating to end of life care are: 1. The Department of Health’s 2008 End of Life Care Strategy that provides a framework aimed at promoting high quality care for all adults approaching the end of life in all care settings. It sets out what adults […] More

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    Bullying and the effects on the individuals

    Abstract The purpose of this paper is to explain what is bullying and the consequences of bullying. Bullying is where the bullier intentially causes physical harm or emotional stress to the victim. Bullies are angry and aggressive and dominate their victims and choose their targets by weakness and vulnerability and the victim is non dominant […] More

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    Diversity of individuals with dementia and the importance of inclusion

    1.1- explain what is meant by the terms • diversity The Service Users i deliver care to are all different in many ways.This can be along the dimensions of gender, age, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, physical abilities, political beliefs, religious beliefs or other ideologies. This means that i have to be aware of […] More

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    Human Rights for Individuals with Mental Health Disabilities

    This article discussed key human rights points that are not essentially practiced throughout the world. Lawrence Gostin states that liberty, dignity, equality, and entitlement are those points which the World Health Organization are working on further for others to accept as human rights norms for individuals with mental health disabilities. The review will provide examples […] More

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    Promote good practice in the support of individuals

    1. Understand how the different and evolving theories about autism reflect the complexity of autistic spectrum conditions Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with, and relates to, other people. It also affects how they make sense of the world around them. It is a spectrum condition, which means that, […] More

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    Health and safety needs of individuals

    Introduction Write a reflective account that evaluates your own contribution to the health and safety needs of individuals whom you have worked with in your placements over the last 9 months. Reflections – Domiciliary Care Work. The purpose of reflection stated by (John, 1995) “ is to promote desirable practice through the practitioner’s understanding and […] More

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    Rights and Choices of Individuals with Dementia

    1 Understand key legislation and agreed ways of working that support the fulfilment of rights and choices of individuals with dementia while minimising risk of harm WORD MEANING RIGHTS Human rights; independence; respect; freedom to do what I want; to protect myself and my property; to be heard; to vote; to express my sexuality; right […] More

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    The roles of managers and individuals

    Managing the change process in an organization can be difficult for all individuals’ involved included management as well as the employees. A manager’s role during the process is to be positive, honest, and supportive by providing as much information as possible to the employees involved in the change. Most importantly the manager should lead by […] More

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    Role of communication and interactions with individuals who have dementia

    1. How do individuals with dementia communicate through their behaviour (1.1) Persons with dementia may communicate through behaviours such as: •Repetition of actions or questions, this may communicate anxiety over memory loss, boredom from inactivity, to seek reassurance, picking at clothing due to anxiety. •Aggression, this may communicate depression, an inability to rationalise, impaired judgment, […] More

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    Support individual’s at the end of life

    Outcome 1: Understand the requirements of legislation and agreed ways of working to protect the rights of individual’s at the end of life. When caring for a patient at the end of life, it can be very challenging and it requires consideration towards not only the patient but to the patient’s family too. When reaching […] More

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    Support individual's at the end of life

    Outcome 1: Understand the requirements of legislation and agreed ways of working to protect the rights of individual’s at the end of life. When caring for a patient at the end of life, it can be very challenging and it requires consideration towards not only the patient but to the patient’s family too. When reaching […] More

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    FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE HEALTH AND NEEDS OF INDIVIDUALS

    Design leaflet or fact sheet that explains the effect of four factors that can influence the health and everyday needs of individuals in society. Socio-economic: Bad Living conditions. Living conditions can affect your physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs depending on the places that you are living in or the quality of life you lead. […] More

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    English Legal System vs Inequalities between Individuals and Groups

    English Legal System vs Inequalities between Individuals and Groups Introduction Does The English Legal System Do Enough To Address Inequalities Between Individuals And Groups?        Addressing inequalities are a vital aspect of any government legal system, not only for the economic growth and for the development of the goals such as the millennium […] More

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    The risk of depression in elderly individuals

    This study aims at investigating whether there is significant difference between depressed and non depressed individuals level of physical activity. The study will involve two groups of participants: depressed and non depressed groups. Depressed individuals will be selected on the criteria that an individual has been in the past diagnosed with chronic or acute depression […] More