Assignment Task B Reflective account B i 1 I work with a client who has to have insulin 3 times a day. He can normally be compliant and will take his insulin when the correct time approaches. However when it comes to the weekend he can start to be uncooperative and not wanting to take his insulin. He expects to go home to see his parents for the weekend. He does not go every weekend and this causes a problem for the staff.Sometimes it is a matter of giving him space and say ‘’ When you are ready to have your medication let me know’’ However it can be more of a dilemma if he misses the time again and then we tell him he will end up in hospital if he does not take his mediation when required.
Newsletters to parents showing the topics their child is to be learning about, also how they would like parents to be included with their children’s learning. Any important events that will be happening during the term to be shown in newsletters. 4.2 Describe how laws and codes of practice promote pupil wellbeing and achievement The laws and codes of practice promote pupil wellbeing and achievement because the schools must abide by rules set down. The laws and codes of practice each have parts that cover wellbeing and achievement. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 The articles that relate directly to schools
He was still in nappies and would not communicate well enough for the parents to be able to potty train him. At this point in time, Shane’s parents became increasingly concerned and anxious for their child’s future development. They arranged for him to be assessed by specialist doctors at the Child Development Centre. The assessment concluded he had delayed Cognitive Development, Social & Emotional Development and Self-Help of an 18 months child. An Educational Psychologist was than requested to review Shane’s case and identify concerns and make recommendations that could benefit his development.
There is a famous quote by John F. Kennedy “The goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth.” As a parent, people around us might view home schooling as better especially those that home schooled as a child growing up. Most parents’ think that having their child interact with other children is important, but that can be accomplished after school as well, by playing or engaging in recreational activities. Public school encourages socialization everyday and developing new friendships, they are also interacting with children
Anwar’s daily visits to his allotment dwindled to once a week and when he was there found less work was being done. Hansa became increasingly concerned and urged Anwar to go the doctor but he felt she was overreacting, forgetting that he is no longer a young man. (Open University, 2012, p71) Anwar noticed problems with his eyesight and decided to get stronger glasses at the chemist. However when the Optometrist tested his eyes, he said there were worrying signs of degeneration and insisted he should visit his doctor urgently and get further tests to check what was causing the deterioration; but Anwar was reluctant. Iqbal his son
A Waste of Time or a Real Health Benefit? At age 12, most children start their Monday mornings off the same way. It starts by getting up and dressed while trying to think of any possible reason to stay home and far away from school. But as we all know, the plans somehow do not work out and school becomes reality. Classes begin on time like they do every other day, and for the next few hours all that is looked forward to is the hour lunch and recess that seems so far away.
By doing simple things like going over the work and making sure the students comprehends the material, and by correcting his or her homework is a helpful way for the parent to enforce the school lessons. In a publication by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company known as MetLife “Nine in ten teachers (88%) and principals (89%) believe that strengthening ties among schools and parents is very important for improving student achievement” (MetLife 2010). Many parents do not take the time to review a child’s homework and by doing this simple procedure many parents would be able to help their child succeed better in school. In 1992 the National PTA held a summit geared to discussing parental involvement. One of the speakers Joyce Flood of the Illinois Board of Education spoke on a review of “The relationship between parent involvement in the home and student achievement.
The course instructs your children on how to express ideas and opinions logically and formally in different situations. Working Lives Sooner or later in their lives, children will face the challenge of applying for jobs. Parents should be appreciative of daunting this process can be, from writing a standout cover letter, to nailing interview strategies. With the ‘Working Lives’ chapter of this course, parents can be relieved of this worry, as it offers tips such as how to write and collate a resume, or draft a cover letter that will catch the attention of future employers. The chapter also deals with issues that may occur beyond gaining employment, such as work place discrimination, unfair treatment, or harassment at work.
One way would be to come and volunteer in the classroom. The parent may help in tutoring the children, helping the teacher do many things, and even assist while the children are doing computer work in the class. Parents can be active role models in children’s lives and make them want to strive to be grown up. Children usually want to grow up to be just like someone in their lives. If you ask most little kids what they want to be when they grow up, they will more than likely state the want to be just like their mother or father and do what they do for a career.
I, in turn, would proceed to educate the client on the greater benefits of performing the exercises in conjunction with the NMES and at this time the client would concede. This exact line of debate would occur in every single treatment session for period of about three weeks. Finally, during one session, the client stated that he would not do his exercises anymore and when I started to reeducate the client on the above-mentioned benefits he yelled at me. He stated that I did not know what I was doing and was just making things up and needed to go back to school instead of wasting his time. I, unfortunately, lost my patience,