M2: Explain how life factors and events may interrelate to influence on individuals development Case study 1: John was made redundant as senior manager in a high street clothes shop. As a result, he is experiencing high levels of stress, he worries that he will not be able to pay his bills and feed his family. As a coping strategy John resulted to smoking and heavy drinking, where in most evenings his family find him passed out or drunk. This has been a difficult time for both John and his family. The events in Johns life that interrelate to effect his further development is that he has been made redundant and has taken up smoking and heavy drinking.
In the scenario, Emergency department staff members were likely shaken by this poor outcome of Mr. B., and would be motivated to change to a safer model just to avoid a repeat in the future. Staff members may be reluctant to change because of established habits in patient flow. This reluctance to change would be an identifiable restraining force, which opposes process improvement. Implementing a model which allows for rapid, safe adjustment to increasing acuity would help avoid poor outcomes in the future. Follow-up is
Assignment 301 Principles of communication in adult social care settings 18.06.12 Task B Case study You are a social care worker and a service user, Hannah, tells you that she is unhappy taking her new medication as she thinks she does not need it and so she is throwing it away. You know from her care plan that Hannah does need to take the medication regularly and gets confused. Hannah begs you to keep this confidential and not tell anyone especially her daughter, who she sees regularly, as her daughter will be very angry. Bi How would you explain the term ‘confidentiality’ to Hannah? Whilst it is Hannah’s right to make decisions for herself and choose to take the medication or not, in this case from the information given it could be detrimental to her health and therefore I would explain to Hannah that the information given to me in confidence; through Hannah not taking her prescribed medication she may be at risk of harm and therefore I would need to pass the information on to my Manager to ensure her wellbeing is being addressed.
Holden feels depressed from the prior events in his family, and no longer has the desire to learn or strive to be successful. Holden feels distant from his family, and needs their loving care. After a rough childhood, Holden just needs someone, like Phoebe, there for him. He needs love and support from his family, and their sending him to boarding school to fend for himself is not a good idea. Holden can’t find a true friend in anyone, and he is trying to fill the hole that his brother’s death left in his life.
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 can be discriminatory in the way of not getting someone to communicate or though not asking the patient what they want for their treatment e.g. whether they need
Holding on to somebody that does not want you to and putting the rest of your family in jeopardy is egotistical. Finally the pain hospice patients feel is sometimes unbearable for them. More than likely they are put on narcotics to ease the pain; however sometimes they don’t work or they work to well and they’re in a daze 24/7. That is no way for a person to live their last days on this earth. Not wanting to live that way should be a
Example | Strength | Weakness | Related Theory | Prevents confusion | Having an interpreter to communicate socially if the person is deaf or blind. | Not having an interpreter will make it so that they are unable to communicate socially, which will make them feel isolated and frustrated. | This can be related to Tuckman’s Theory of Group Interaction because the interpreter and blind or deaf person have to work as a team so that they can interact socially. | | Doctor explaining how a Patient should take their medicine. | If the patient has to take more than one type of medication at the same time; they will get confused if the Doctor hasn’t clearly explained how they should take it.
Americans were so tired of the war that the feelings were reflected in the election of Johnson vs Nixon. When the President put in affect the draft many of the young adults did not agree. These young adults did not want to go to war and would protest not to go. In the United States all the people were getting upset and no longer wanted the war overseas or here in the US. Americans no longer would look at war the same
Even hand washing the car was a turn on to Nathaniel. His father also encouraged him to see a therapist to help him deal with how others might view him and how to deal with the ridicule. Because of his addiction he cannot have a serious relationship with a member of the opposite sex nor does he have a desire too. He has a hard time dealing with any situation if Chase is out of his site for more than 24 hours and rarely lets anyone else drive him. He gets extremely upset and brought to tears at the thought of something happening to Chase, and them not being able to be together any more.
Correct * Remind the client that her mother is no longer living. * Explain the seriousness of her injury and need for hospitalization. Those with dementia often refer to home or parents when seeking security and comfort. The nurse should use the techniques of "offering self" and "talking to the feelings" to provide reassurance (B). Clients with advanced dementia have permanent physiological changes in the brain (plaques and tangles) that prevent them from comprehending and retaining new information, so (A, C, and D) are likely to be of little use to this client and do not help the client's emotional needs.