SDLA Topic: Caring for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People with life limiting conditions Developed by: L. Metcalfe 2012 Week Due: Week 14 all campuses LEARNING OUTCOMES On completion of this SDLA students will be able to: 1. Describe the practice principles of caring for Aboriginal people with life‐limiting illnesses 2. Consider how you can ensure the care you provide is culturally safe Activity 1: Construct a computer generated 1 page summary of key points from the Week
EDP416 Professional Practise of Educators Socio-cultural Pedagogical Situation and Initiative Globalization, Teaching and Education Name: Pippa Wiedemann Student Number: n5721377 Unit: EDP416 Professional Practise of Educators Assessment: Assessment Item 2: Socio-cultural Pedagogical Situation and Initiative Tutor: Peter O’Brien Due Date: 5th October 2012 GLOBALISATION, TEACHING AND EDUCATION This assignment identifies a specific school-based socio-cultural pedagogical
1. Support the older person with their activities of living. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 Encourage older people to utilise support services where appropriate. Clearly explain the scope of the service to be provided to the older person and/or their advocate. Identify the needs of the older person from the service delivery plan and from consultation with a supervisor. Ensure visits and service delivery accommodates the older person’s established routines and customs where possible. Perform
Measures of epidemiology (mortality, infant mortality, morbidity, life expectancy) Identifying priority health issues * Social justice principles * Priority population groups * Prevalence of condition * Potential for prevention and early intervention * Costs to the individual and community Measuring health status: The role of epidemiology and measures of epidemiology (mortality, infant mortality, morbidity, life expectancy) Measures of epidemiology: The major measures used
2010 > hot topics 75 HOT 1 TOPICS L e g a L i s s u e s i n p L a i n L a n g u a g e This is the seventy-fifth issue in the series Hot Topics: legal issues in plain language, published by the Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC). Hot Topics aims to give an accessible introduction to an area of law that is the subject of change or public debate. AUTHOR NOTE: This issue is based on a previous issue Hot Topics 40: Discrimination by Simon Rice, and has been updated by Melanie Schleiger.
Lesson 15 – History: ‘Terra Nullius’ to 1900 Colonisation Development of the Australian Legal System Reading Summaries Lesson 16 – History: 1901 to Now Federation 24 24 25 27 27 29 30 32 32 1 Protection Era and Aboriginal Citizenship Australian Constitution 32 34 Lesson 17 – International Law Global Legal Context International Law Reading Summaries 36 36 37 39 Lesson 18 – Indigenous Law 46 Understanding Indigenous Justice
from birth will lay the foundation for lifelong health and wellbeing. Nutritious food and regular physical activity supports the normal growth and development of children and reduces the risk of developing chronic lifestyle related diseases later in life. As more children spend time in care, early childhood settings can play an important part in supporting healthy choices around nutrition and physical activity. This resource provides practical information and advice to assist practitioners, carers