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  1. Planning and provision of healthcare services

    I will look at what the effect of policy and legislation is on the service users on top of how does a service know whether they are following it properly and how does the government know if a policy change or legislation change has had the impact they have expected. I must add statistics and others sort of evidence to back up my point which will help me succeed in getting a better grade. I will put the resources that I used in the reference page and made sure I put it in the correct place.

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  2. The importance of legislations and policies in health and social care settings, and write about how they promote the safety to individuals

    If they are indeed correctly followed then the results of the procedures are overall very good. I will go through the acts in question one by one and give examples of them in a health and social care setting. I will then go on to explain how they promote the safety and security of the individuals. The health and safety at work act (1974) is the legislation which states that it is the general duty of employers to keep themselves safe and provide a duty of care.

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  3. Discuss the principles and values which underpin support for individuals who use services.

    A social worker may work with homeless individuals to make sure that they are receiving things that are rightfully theirs such as medical care and financial benefits. When dealing with homeless individuals it is important to have a person centred approach and include them in any planning and support they are receiving with the individual at the centre. It is important to include the individual in any decision making and planning that can have an influence on their life. The individual is at the centre of the care and support of what they are receiving.

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  4. Use the following case studies and complete the PIES needs for each of the 3 different client groups.

    She would not want anyone by her side when she?s on the toilet. She will also be able to move around independently which is very important. Having to meet her mobility needs, she will be able do all sort of things which won?t require any help or assistant from other individuals. Having to wear glasses, this is another physical need Maaria has. For her when she is in school, the care workers that take care of Maaria have to make sure they give her enlarged text to read when she is in lessons in order for her to be able to read without difficulties such as squinting.

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  5. Describe physical, intellectual, emotional and social development for each of the life stages of an individual.

    As it is just the beginning of a new life, the women carrying the baby will obviously not feel anything as she may not just yet know that she is pregnant, 'around about three weeks in to the fertilization, the mother may go through a bit of bleeding, which is usually mistaken for menstrual period. Emotional Well-being. While being pregnant, hormones will be on the high- they cause the lining of the womb to thicken and increase the volume of blood circulation, particularly in places such as the womb and the breasts.

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  6. Development through life stages report

    Childhood Children grow steadily but less rapidly than during infancy. Children?s practical abilities continue to develop, at the age of 2 children may be able to run and to climb stairs one step at the time. When children are 4 they may be able to kick and throw a large ball. By age 6 or 7 a child may be able to skip and ride a bicycle. Adolescence Puberty in girl starts between 11 ? 13 years although it may begin earlier in some girls. Boys start puberty later often between 13-15 years old.

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  7. To what extent does the drug AZT treat HIV&AIDS?

    They include a rash, fever and glands enflaming. This occurs due to the response of the body to the infection. The phase when this takes place is referred to as Sero-conversion. People with HIV infection having their immune system compromised would tend to develop illnesses which are called opportunistic infections. HIV infections can also tend to be susceptible to other types of cancers. World wide Statistics on HIV/AIDS. According to medicinenet.com, ?Statistics from the World Health Organization stated that approximately 2 million people die each year from AIDS, resulting in 15 million new orphan children.

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  8. Discuss the factors likely to influence current and future patterns of health in the UK (M2)

    So basically doctors and lawyers and university teachers are given more status than unskilled labourers. This is because the different positions represent different level of power, money and influence. In the 19th century peoples social class would affect them because if would affect their chance of getting a job and an education it could also have even affected who they wanted to marry so for example someone from a low social class was unable to marry someone from a higher social class. www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/class.htm Social class is all about where an individual is placed in the hierarchy in terms of class within the society so for example this would include lower, middle and upper class.

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  9. The Transition of Knowledge from the Patient to the Doctor

    Throughout this period, patients were usually diagnosed by doctors whose opinions were formed through Ancient Greek (Hippocratic) and Galen-era theories. These approaches largely consisted of the doctor listening to the patients story and then using their five senses to examine the general appearance, secretions, and excretions of the patient. These early practices of medicine were, needless to say, completely untested and largely based the superstitions and assumptions of a small number of historic physicians. Therefore, due to the mystery and absence of understanding surrounding disease, infection, and human anatomy, the potential for diagnosis and treatment was bleak and largely dependent on the patients thoughts on their own health complaints; hence the general consensus at the time 'the patient knew best'.

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  10. Person Centred Therapy case studies of Mary and Michael

    Compared to them, I feel like I?m wrapped up in cotton wool.? ?C? paraphrased Michael?s comments, focussing on his feelings, ?so your feeling that you haven?t got as much freedom as your friends do.? ?Well, yeah,? replied Michael, ?I?ve always gone along with what Mum and Dad wanted, and so I?ve never had any reason to really disagree with them, and I?ve always kinda wanted what they wanted anyway. But now I don?t. Sure it will be great to go to University one day, it?s not like I?m going to be like my sister and never come home, but Dad

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