1. If we had any difficulties or dilemmas around choice of food we would help to advise the client with his or her choice. Making sure there is enough different varieties of things to be chose from or if an individual feels they have too much choice we can help narrow it down by knowing certain things the particularly like. As a support assistant it my job to assit with choices, and advise them about healthy foods and the importance. For example: A Service user cannot understand a menu when It is present in a list form , so we could help them make their choice by getting images of meals they would be presented with to eat.
They are making comments such as, "The problem of obesity is so staggering, so out of control, that we have to do something." There is something this person can do to fix this problem of obesity. This person can stop blaming the restaurants, stop eating at the restaurants, start making healthy decisions, and exercise. If not, then this person can keep making the decision of eating there and getting fat, but not sue the restaurant because this is a decision he has made. Fast food restaurants dont force the clients to buy and eat there.
When I am ill, the taste of food lessens and becomes in a way monotonous, as well as when out for dinner with friends, my choice in meal is often found to be someone’s last choice on the menu. Philonous’ reasons for supporting his argument, connects to the conclusion like a puzzle. The fact that our opinion on food differs and taste buds change over time shows that the way we view these food items or any substance for that matter is completely created by our mind and what we have been taught by our environment and surroundings to perceive these things a certain way. These premises offer more than enough support. It is the premises, alone which lead me to understand the point of the argument as well as change my mind and prove that this argument is in fact
This can be resolved by reporting the issue to your senior member of staff on shift or your manager. You should also try to explain to the service user why they have to have their food presented like that, if they still refuse that food you could offer them something different which will also be suitable for them. 2. Describe how and when to seek guidance about an individual’s choice of food and drink (1.1.4) You should seek additional guidance about an individual’s choice of food and drink when you are not sure about what they can and can’t have. You can seek additional guidance by asking your senior member of staff that is on shift or your manager.
When I look on the menu, the way they have their food displayed is great. Every time I order something, I get something that does not look like what I saw on the menu. I know that my food is not going to look exactly like the menu, but let it look at least something like the menu. When you get food that looks totally different from what you saw and the waiter is trying to convince you that it is the same order, then it is a problem. All I am saying is let the presentation on the menu look somewhat like the food that they are serving you.
A Change in the staffing and a rota in place would ensure managers have a full overview of what is happening and when. Threats A lot of food is wasted in this store and therefore a loss of profit. This could be focussed on in training and also by passing the Managers bonus on to the staff to get buy in from them. This would improve in a lot of issues and build on the relationship between staff and manager. The
Until they run into a woman on a remote beach who deceives them into helping her end her life. The woman made her suicide look like a game to the boys. They believe her at first until the final “Game.” They catch on to the woman’s plan; this is where the boys lose a little bit of their innocence. To take part in this event, would change the boys forever. After witnessing what they did, they may never feel the same way they did about the beach as they used to.
This can ruin a dining experience for some people. 2 How does batching affect profitability and utilization? Why? ◦Batching affects profitability by getting all the customers to see and appreciate the same experience together. The amount of food that is ordered at a time also helps with the profitability of the company.
Thus, some people enjoy eating meals at home where others prefer eating at restaurants. First of all, preparing food at home allows a person to control the ingredients that are being added to the dish, to ensure proper cleansing procedures of food and dishes to prevent sickness. Furthermore, restaurant dishes often contain high sodium, oil, and can cause high cholesterol, which is unhealthy. For instance, individuals who have high cholesterol, hypertension and have to eat less fat and less sodium food are able to select more suitable food selection at the supermarket. Eating these foods can help them to have better physical conditions.
Ethical similarities and differences Ada Bren ETH/316 February 4, 2013 Paul Betancourt Ethical similarities and differences Ethical theories in contrast deal with how our society as a whole believes humans should behave in relation to one and another. However, theories are often easily challenged do to the lacking support or solid evidence. Most people generalize ethical theories as right vs. wrong. There never seems to be a gray area. There are three major types of theories among ethics, utilitarian, deontological, and virtue ethics.