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Analysis of questionnaire Negative My client is overweight and does not have a healthy diet or exercise routine

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Analysis Physical o Negative My client is overweight and does not have a healthy diet or exercise routine. They have diabetes and a high blood pressure increasing the risks of many diseases and conditions, this combined with there excess weight and unhealthy diet will mean they are more likely to die of serious heart conditions and even cancer. o Positive My client has several positive factors towards there physical health. They are getting 5 fruit and vegetable portions a day and are spending a lot of there day outdoors. They are hygienic and have a routine to which they stick. ...read more.

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This constantly expands there field of knowledge. Emotional o Negative My client has gone through many emotional issues; most of them are negative and have had a large influence on there life. Probably the most difficult emotional experience for them was the death of there child, not only was this a great loss of a loved one it also left them doubting themselves as a parent and meant that it was a considerable amount of years before they had another child. o Positive My client has been through many traumatic experiences through there life, but they have also experienced some positive emotional life experiences such as getting married, having children and buying a house. ...read more.

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They are part of several learning courses where they can meet new people and make many friends. They are always out of the house meaning there is a higher chance of meeting new people and developing there social skills. Economic o Negative My client does not work and depends on there partner to bring the money in the house, on top of this they have 2 children which add to the expenses. o Positive My client gets benefits for a number of things including child benefits and those for there illnesses. They do not spend much money and have saved up. They have enough money to meet there needs and be able to live a life with a few luxuries, like a holiday once a year. ...read more.

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