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    Personal Lifestyle Diary - diet and nutrition.

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    Diet A good diet is essential to overall good health so it is imperative that you know which foods include in your meals and which ones are best avoided, a balanced diet is one of the beast routes to healthy living and through it may not be possible to balance your food correctly at every meal it may be possible to get rid it right over a whole day or week. Choose options that are lower in fat saturated fat salt and sugars and drink approximately 1.2 liters (6_8 glasses)

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    Equality, diversity and rights in health and social care

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    Active support encourages individuals to do as much for themselves as possible, to maintain their independence and physical ability. It encourages people with disabilities to maximise their own potential and independence. In the health and social care environment you should never treat anyone different compared to others. M3 When implementing anti discriminatory practice there are many difficulties that may occur. These can occur between the employers/ carers, service users or the organisation. For example if one person that lives in the care home has an hearing impairment and consequently when listening to music it can be louder than what other service users would like it to be, this could cause arguments.

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    Describe the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development for each of the life stages of an individual. Examples from my life and from Eminem's

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    Eminem and his mum moved several times when he was a child. The maximum time he would spend at one school would be 3 months. This resulted in him being bullied. It also had an impact on his education and learning and meant that intellectual wise he didn't have enough knowledge of everything as other kids of his age did. They finally settled down in Detroit, a place famous for its gangs and crime and a place mainly populated by black people. This again made him the victim of bullying as he was white.

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    Sociological theories and health - feminism and Marxism

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    Gender and patterns are associated with the feminist approach, as women's expectancy is higher then men as they live 5 years longer then men, as infant mortality rates for boys are higher then those then baby girls, there is also a higher death rate for men this can be associated with the higher levels of alcohol drinking and cigarette smoking, there is also a high death rate for the younger generation of men aged between 17 and 24 this can be associated with risk taking and linked

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    I will be explaining the patterns and trends within social groupings such as Social Class & Gender, Ethnicity and Locality.

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    For male, the variation in life expectancy at birth involving those in the Registrar General's Social class I (profession al) and those in Class V (unskilled manual) was 9.5 years. For female the change 6.4 years. Even though life expectancy at birth was altered over the past 25 years, a differential remains and statistics portray that related patterns are evolving for female as for male, though it is essential to retain that allocating social class to married women is difficult as the current system Is based on the spouses occupation which may be lower than indicated by women's occupation.

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    Reflective accounts - I had to consider whether the children would enjoy the activity and gain more knowledge and understanding from the activity about the solar system.

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    * The planets each have their own orbit duration, depending on their distance from the Sun, so each planet's "year" differs. * Jupiter is the largest planet in our system. * Pluto has been reclassified as a dwarf planet. * The Earth is the only planet in our system that has water. It covers three-quarters of the Earth's surface. * The planets in the Solar System have a total of 166 moons. Before making the solar system ourselves I thought it would be a good idea for the children to have a look on the computer first of pictures of the solar system so they could have more idea of what it looks like and have a more understanding altogether.

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    Write a reflective description of your personal cultural identity . Identify one way that your cultural identity could impact on providing nursing care to diverse clients

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    (150 words) .../4marks I consider myself Australian. However my heritage is Dutch and English. Being Australian to me means being multicultural. Culturally we embrace and respect the views and beliefs of all Australians. Australians vary in wealth, color, age, religion and ethnicity. Ideally I believe that all people are equal and deserve the same rights, respect and opportunities. Unfortunately this is not always the case. Socio-economic standing affects the opportunities socially, educationally and environmentally as well as the life experience obtained.

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    Explain two theories of ageing

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    * Retirement - when people retire they might lose contact with colleagues. * Technology - elderly people might not have internet, mobile phones and cars so it's harder to travel/speak to their friends and family. Cumming (1975) argued that it is healthy for older people to withdraw from others and become less concerned with the expectations of others and increasingly "individual".

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    Factors that can influence effective communication and interpersonal interactions in relation to the health and social care industry.

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    Disability Some disabilities such as deafness can impact on communication as the individual could not be communicated with using the ability of speech and I may be necessary to require a third party specialist which the individual may not be comfortable with. Content of communication During communication there needs to be a constant assessment of what the user requires to know, how it is being communicated and the language that is being used. For instance if a client needed to be informed that they had cancer it would need to be explained to them in a way that would cause minimum distress but would allow them to fully understand what was being explained.

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    The Effects of Culture, Positioning and Gestures on Communication in a Playgroup.

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    In Sunhil's playgroup the teacher make sure that the children who cant speak proper English to learn it as fast as they can for their own benefit because then they will be able to speak English properly and easily with other members in playgroup. Learning language where an individual lives is very important because if they don't know that language they will not be able to communicate effectively or even communicate at all. When cultural differences come in between two individuals communicating, it will affect the communication because they will no longer communicate effectively.

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    Principles of communication in adult social care settings.

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    The body language can alter as well; facial expressions or no eye contact can mean they are unhappy or angry with someone. If these changes are recognised then the situation can be dealt with. Each individual has their own way of communicating like using their own mother tongue, their own cultural beliefs. Their own way of communicating because they can't talk or hear properly or their own physical difficulties sometimes their age or gender plays a part.

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    Discuss the theories of communication.

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    The second stage, message coded, is where we think about our idea and plan what to say. The third stage is message sent, this is where we speak or sign what we are saying. The fourth stage is message received; this is where the person you are speaking to has listened to what you have to say. The fifth stage is message decoded; this is where the message can be translated if needed to.

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    Explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in a health and social care context.

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    In some circumstances you may befriend someone who is a professional you talk to. Obviously if your friends with someone you can tone down the formalness but in the first instance formal communication is a good way to earn respect an trust. Between colleagues Effective communication between colleagues is very important in a health and social care context. Respect and trust should be shown throughout communication with your colleagues otherwise this can affect the way you speak to others such as service users. Formal communication would usually be used in communicating with colleagues, but sometimes informal may be appropriate.

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    Unit 1 - An Introduction to Working With Children

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    A primary school is open for around six hours a day, usually around 9 am - 3 pm. A voluntary provision is a provision that is run by either a charity or a community and they do not aim to make a profit. A voluntary provision for children aged between 5 - 7 years old is a rainbows club. The purpose of this setting is to give children the opportunity to spend time in a different atmosphere and to encourage the children to try and learn new things. A voluntary provision like a rainbows club is only open a couple of hours, once a week.

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    In this task I will explain how multi-disciplinary working can improve the provision of health service services.

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    It's hardly surprising that when you assemble a diverse group of people with varied skills into a team, things don't always go smoothly. But multi-professional teams are a fact of life in social work, with integration between professions set to get ever closer. . Define roles and boundaries Members of a multi-professional team including social workers, nurses, psychiatrists, and teachers will have different training, ways of working and culture. Social care, health and education are all sectors which have undergone huge change, restructuring and reorganisation.

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    Equality diversity and rights in health and social care

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    As early years practitioners, it is important to make sure our behaviour at work is highly professional at all times and adheres to the policies and procedures of the setting. Its also important to remember that our work is in a regulated setting and requires the confidence of parents and families. Therefore our behaviour outside of work may also affect our work status. Equality Equality means treating people in a way that is appropriate for their needs. For example, if Michael Flanders wanted to board the plane, it would be no good saying to him, "you have the same stairs as everybody else".

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    Unit 1 Explain the factors which affect the everyday needs of individuals

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    These are the literal requirements for human survival. If these requirements are not met the human body simply cannot continue to function. * Breathing (Air) * Water * Nourishment * Homeostasis (Internal environment) * Sleep Safety Needs Safety needs are about putting a roof over our heads and keeping us from harm. If we are rich, strong and powerful or have good friends. Once physiological needs are met, ones attention turns to safety and security in order to be free from the threat of physical and emotional harm.

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    Discuss difficulties that may arise when implementing anti-discriminatory practice

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    own views or stereotypes will take control over the way the person treats the individual and then this wont promote anti-discriminatory practice the person is treating the person differently due own opinions it will affect the person negatively and this is discriminating against them. Culture Culture can affect practice of anti-discrimination though there being miscommunication though different ideas of body language that's in a person's culture, for example there's different ways of saying hello in cultures. Culture can also cause discriminatory practice though language barriers, this may cause problems though their not being a translator, the doctors or social workers

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    Describe the potential effects of discriminatory practice on those who use health or social care services.

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    When a person is prejudice in health and social care then it will affect their work and the person won't be treated fairly an example of prejudice in health and social care could be being prejudice to someone because of a religion, a health care visitor could be discriminative to someone due to them being Christian and they may think they will raise their child in a strange or different way because of this, this could turn into discrimination due to them reporting them or neglect or abuse.

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    PROMOTING HEALTH. P1: explain three different approaches to health education. P2: explain two models of behaviour changes that have been used in recent national health education campaigns. M1: compare three different approaches to health education.

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    However I will only be explaining three different approaches to Health Education-: Change 4 Life, Jaime Oliver's school dinners and NHS. P1: Change 4 life-: Eat well-Move more-live longer Change 4 life is part of the governments backed campaign website for children and grownups to navigate their way through easily, there are hyperlinks such as Dance 4 life, Walk for life, Small steps 4 life, Start 4 life which makes it easy to link with information that people might need to help them keep health or active.

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    Explain how national initiatives promote anti-discriminatory practice (P4) Describe how anti-discriminatory practice is promoted in health and social care setting (P5)

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    Physical disability is not the only type of disability there are other type which are under the disability discrimination act because mental disability also comes into it but only if the mental illness effect the persons day to day life and it makes them unable to certain important things by themselves without help and also if they once had effecting day to day illness in the past. The way that the disability discrimination act covers people is by how much they are affected by their mental or physical disability so for example someone may suffer from depression but they may

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    Explain the reason why children and young peoples development may not follow the expected pattern.

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    If a child is shown little or no emotional attachment when growing up they could find it considerably difficult to illustrate emotions later in life. If a child is witness to any kind of physical or mental abuse whist developing and growing up, this could effect how they value or control their own emotional feelings. Physical: Physical growth of the child or young person may be a factor that affects the physical development process. Environment: If the child or young person does not live or associate around a multi cultural society they will not develop the necessary environmental skills.

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    Explain how children and young peoples development is influenced by a range of external factors

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    A child or young person is focused and pays attention/behaves whilst in class/school, this increases and develops the child's or young person's awareness of appropriate behaviour. * Social Skills - Social skills will grow and develop if encouraged to interact and socialise with other people around them. Things such as sharing and taking turns will be developed due to correct tuition and guidance. * Confidence and Intellect - Intellect will develop with strong educational guidance this is likely to increase the child's or young persons confidence.

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    Describe forms of abuse which may be experienced by adults. Describe indicators that abuse may be happening to adults.

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    This abuse can be physical, emotional, psychological, financial or sexual. This can include hitting, kicking, biting, shoving, restraining, slapping, throwing objects, threats, controlling or domineering behaviour, intimidation and stalking. Physical injuries, depression, anxiety, nightmares/flashbacks, fear, panic attacks, anger confusion, low self-esteem, lack of confidence, mistrust, suicidal, shame and difficulty to establish trust in new relationships. Discriminatory Discriminatory abuse involves picking on or treating someone unfairly because something about them is different, for example it may be: age, clothing or appearance, ethnicity, nationality or culture including traits like language, gender, health (such as AIDS)

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    Using examples from work experience, evaluate the effectiveness of policies and procedures for promoting health, safety and security.

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    * Interview a professional * Provide a case study as evidence For this assignment I am going to be talking how polices and procedures can promote health, safety and security within a work place. I am also going to be describing what illnesses and injuries should be prevented by following specific policies and procedures. I am going to be talking about Health and Safety at work, Manual Handling Regulations, Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) 1995, The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSSH)

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