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    Promote communication in health and social care setting

     Identify the different reasons why people communicate when working in a care setting communication is a key factor, you need to be able to communicate with a wide range of people such as service users, families and/or carers, other members or staff and management, you will also have to come into contact with other professional […] More

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    Promote communication in health, social care

    Learning outcomes: Outcome 1 Understand why effective communication is important in the work setting 1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate. The main reason we communicate is because we want or require something. This may be for comfort: We may require something for our comfort in the form of food or drink, keeping warm or […] More

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    Promote equality and diversity in work with children and young people

    These were put into place to ensure that all organisations and agencies involved with children between birth and 19 years should work together ensure that children have the support needed to be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and ahieve economic well-being. The key aspect of the Act was to overhaul […] More

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    Use and Develop systems that promote Communication

    Unit 5 Use and Develop systems that promote Communication Learning outcome 1 1.1 I communicate with a wide range of groups and individuals on a daily, weekly, and less frequent basis within my role as care home manager. These include other managers, operations manager, managing director and company owners as well as support workers, clients, […] More

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    Use and develop systems that promote communication

    Within my role as Team Leader, I communicate with a variety of people for various different ways. This would involve speaking to resident’s families and social workers (this could be in the form of a face –to –face service review which could also include the resident). Additionally, I converse with other healthcare professionals such as […] More

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    Promote good practice in handling information

    OUTCOME 1- 1.1- IDENTIFY LEGISLATION AND CODES OF PRACTICE THAT RELATE TO HANDLING INFORMATION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE The Data Protection Act 1998 (2000). This Act gives the individual, the right to see recorded information about them. The Human Rights Act 1998 details the right to a private life. The Health and Social Care […] More

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    Promote Child and Young Person Development

    1. Explain the factors that need to be taken into account when assessing development When assessing a child/young person we must be careful to take in to account confidentiality before carrying out any observations. Within my setting, we have an Welcome pack (aka Induction Pack) with lots of forms for the parents to sign which […] More

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    Promote communication in health and social care

    Communication is one of the most essential tools we have to help us interact with other people around us. We use it constantly in our everyday lives whether it be at work, with friends or at home with our families. The way we communicate reflects our personality and the way we come across to other […] More

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    Promote Professional Development

    1.1It is very important to always continue learning and training as this will always give good practice,this can be done through training courses, when starting with the company we all undertake mandatory training and this will be followed up by refreshing each course yearly or as and when needed, staffs in their supervision will be […] More

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    How Tourism Promote Culture of Peace

    “I have watched the cultures of all lands blow around my house and other winds have blown the seeds of peace, for travel is the language of peace.” .. . Mahatma Gandhi Does tourism promote culture of peace? The tourism has become the important industry in the developing countries for the economic development. Tourism appears […] More

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    Promote equality and inclusion in health, social care

    1.Explain what is meant by- Diversity Diversity can be defined as differences in mental capabilities, personal appearance, race, heritage, beliefs etc. Understanding that everyone is an individual and everyone has different needs.In the care setting i work in, clients have their own personal experiences and preferences, e.g food and activities, different attitudes, behaviour patterns. for […] More

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    Promote child and young person Development

    Children and young people need an environment which is most likely to promote effective and confident child development where they can experience and environment of mutual respect and trust and open communication. We as practitioners need to reflect on our own practice where we can evaluate the contribution we have made to the support of […] More

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    Promote person centred values

    Person-centred is about providing care and support that is centred or focused on the individual and their needs. We are all individual and just because two people might have the same medical condition, for example, Dementia, it doesn’t mean that they require the same care and support. You will need to develop a clear understanding […] 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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    Promote childrens behaviour

    Unit 304 Promote children and young people’s positive behaviour The role of a school is multi-faceted. It exists not only to educate, but to guide children’s development into well-adjusted, independent, and successful adults. In order to offer support and time to a class in its entirety, pupil behaviour needs to be managed effectively. Boundaries and […] More

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    Promote professional development

    Outcome 3: Be able to prepare a professional development plan 3.1 Select learning opportunities to meet development objectives and reflect personal learning style I need to ensure that my own training is up to date and current. I will source training courses and liaise with my manager to get authorisation for them. I work with […] More

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    Explain how you can promote inclusion

    I teach on a one to one basis but if i was working in a classroom environment I would promote inclusion in the classroom by using various methods. These include Partnering different abilities of learners so they can learn from each other and all have a chance to get to know each other/work with each […] More

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    Promote learning and development in the early years

    1.1 Explain each of the areas of learning and development and how these are interdependent The EYFS sets the standards for children when they are aged 0-5. It sets out learning and development requirements, assessments and the safeguarding and welfare requirements. All schools, child minders, preschools and nurseries must follow the EYFS as it is […] More

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    Promote communication in health and social care

    1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate: To share thoughts; To share information; To express feelings; To share ideas; To build relationships; To create effective communication; To gain reassurance and acknowledgment; People communicate in order to establish and maintain relationships with others, to give and receive information and instructions, to understand and be understood, to […] More

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    Does 16 and Pregnant Promote or Prevent Pregnancy?

    Many have seen or heard of the television series “16 and Pregnant.” In 2009 this series began with the intention to show teens how difficult it is to be a parent. While “16 and Pregnant” has been playing for many years now, the debate has been sparked whether the show promotes or prevents pregnancy. Many […] More

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    Use and Develop Systems That Promote Communication

    Unit CU 2941 1.Be able to address the range of communication requirements in own role Communication is the way we portray and process our thoughts. This could be through speech, messages, telephone, email, sign language, body language, facial expressions and all of which are equally as effective and nurtured to each recipient. Within our nursery […] More

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    Manage Programs That Promote Personal Effectiveness

    1. Three common Health Issues that Can Affect Productivity In The Work Place Are: Mental Health Issues for example: Depression, Anxiety, stress & Behavioral Conditions. Chronic Illnesses for example: Diabetes, asthma, Cancer, coronary heart disease and stroke. Lifestyle risk Factors such as drug and alcohol abuse, gambling, Obesity and smoking this includes second hand smoke. […] More

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    Promote Equality

    Promote Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Work with Children and Young People 1.1 Identify the current legislation and codes of practice relevant to the promotion of equality and valuing of diversity The current codes of practice relevant to the promotion of equality and valuing of diversity are as follows:- Every Child Matters 2003 and Children […] More

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    Promote positive behaviour

    Communication Environment Power imbalance Excessive demands Boredom Lack of boundaries or goals Emotional expression Sensory needs Physical Health Mental Health An individual’s past experiences Age and gender Setting boundaries and rules together, for everyone to work within. Do observations to help understand why behaviours are happening or what resources are being accessed in the setting. […] More

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    PROMOTE THE HEALTH AND PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN

    How you adapt your practice to meet the health and physical development needs of children, taking into account age, gender, ethnicities, individual needs and abilities In my setting I help to promote children’s health and physical development through daily routines and activities. In all my activities I have in mind that children are individual. I […] More

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    Promote equality and Inclusion in health and social

    Diversity, Equality and Inclusion. Diversity Diversity is the difference between individuals and groups. This can be the differences in culture, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, beliefs, sexual orientation, gender, age, social class or abilities. Equality Equality is the promotion of individual’s rights; it is giving the individual choice and opportunity. It is giving the individual respect […] More