People who remain optimistic may have an improved quality of life while coping with their sensory loss and maintaining their social contacts. Also that people are do not understand sensory loss will ignore them because they may think they are not educated because of the loss, or they don’t know how to communicate so just ignore them. 1.4 The steps that could be taken to overcome disabling attitudes and beliefs are encouraging individuals with sensory loss to have an active social life, education regarding sensory loss, provide training courses. Outcome 2 2.1 Sight loss: Making things are bigger, bolder, and brighter. Gain the persons attention, Tell them who you are, touch them while speaking to them.
Distressed/Stressed Learner and Poverty/Homelessness/Hunger Stress is part of our lives that impact our daily life. Stress can increase the chance of sicknesses that will also affect our health. This affects our minds in our thinking and will generate physiological problems. There are many effects because of stress, and it certainly affects our ability to learn. There are current issues in the education field that are a problem and concern.
The dissatisfied partner focuses on their partner’s ‘faults’ and feels ‘under benefited’ (e.g. gets little satisfaction from the relationship.) The result of these processes may cause them to re-evaluate the relationship and consider possible alternatives. The Dyadic process is where the partners begin to talk to each other about the problems or supposed inequalities that at least one of them is unhappy with, this could also result in reconciliation. The ability to talk about issues in a constructive way (e.g.
Unit 4222-250 1.1 Personal hygiene is important for many reasons firstly maintaining good personal hygiene will prevent your skin possibly breaking down and the complications that go with that such as it effects your health. Good hygiene could mean people feel more confident and are more likely to want to be sociable. Personal hygiene also helps people have a better self image. Good hygiene also prevents the spread of germs and illnesses to others. 1.2 The effects of poor personal hygiene can make people feel that they cannot socialise and this may make them try to withdraw from others, it may also make the person in question feel that they are not worthy and have a bad self image, people may even feel that they are ugly.
Hobbies and interests can have negative impact on their lives. They may also feel scared and alone due to this. There can be positive factors that can help out the person such as increased help, aids for support and a good support team could give them a brighter outlook on life. Organizations might help the Deaf and Blind with many different aspects of their life to support or to helping them find the right kind of support Identify steps that can be taken to overcome factors that have a negative impact on individuals with sensory loss. Some steps that can be taken to overcome the negative factors could be Make sure that areas are clear of obstacles that an individual with sight impairment might trip over or bump into.
Three aspects of burnout are emotional exhaustion, negative, cynical attitudes and feelings about one’s clients and the tendency to evaluate oneself negatively with regards to one’s work with clients. Consequences of burnout can have serious consequences to staff, patients and the healthcare institutions involved. The studies conducted led to the development of the Maslach Burnnout Inventory
When a person is prejudice in a health and social care it will affect the person work and also they wont be treated fairly an example of prejudice in health and social care could be in a hospital as being prejudice to a woman because she is Muslim and wears a hijab and they think she may raise her children like this or in a different/strange way because of this it could lead to discrimination if reported could lead to serious actions taken. * Source of information : Health and Social Care Book 1 , Page 55 Labelling: is giving people labels, such as allocating names to people on the basis of nationality,
Unit 2 : Understanding stress Section 2.1: The symptoms and causes of stress 1, Define the term “stress”. Stress – is a sign of excessive overload and a negative response to pressure caused by demands from someone’s aspect of life/lifestyle (work place, relationships, personal problems, health or financial pressure).It Effects the mind, body or both leaving people feeling exhausted. Left untreated for a long time can cause deep depression or anxiety disorders. 2, Describe how stress can affect an individual. In other words, describe some of the symptoms of stress.
The stress of abuse could trigger chest pain or angina, and may be a factor in other serious heart problems. High blood pressure, breathing problems, stomach problems (ulcers), and panic attacks are common stress-related symptoms among older people who experience abuse. Other long term effects could be a loss of mobility, depression, anxiety, changes in behaviour, behavioural issues and negative relationships. Many adults experiencing abuse are isolated. Individuals who abuse adults often threaten, harass, or intimidate them.
There are a lot of symptoms to Fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis one that can affect a person’s life, his/her family, their social life, and even their job is called depression. Depression can lead to dramatic change in appetite causing a person to loose excess weight or gain excess weight. A person can fell hopeless, helplessness, worthlessness, and guilt causing a person to feel self-hate. All of these things can lead a person to thoughts of suicide or even worse cause someone to commit suicide (PubMed Health 1747) (PubMed Health 1463) (PubMed Health ). Fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis both have pain associated with the diseases.