Some disadvantages are that on a short term basis it can be more expensive, it takes a lot of discipline and work and its not convenient (especially at colleges) My perspective on this diet is that its a little bit too extreme. I really like the idea of a “simple living” lifestyle. I think there’s something very Christian about being less complicated with what we eat. But I also think that the Paleo diet is over the top. We should definately lower the amount of pre package and artificial food that we eat and we should also limit our carb intake, especially since most of our carbs come from gmo and preservative filled foods.
Advantages for the service provider Disadvantages for the service provider A service provider might not tolerate a person, which is different race, gender, religion, etc. This means, that a service provider will be unable to work with person like that. Also, if a service provider tells something wrong to the service user, the service provider might have problems with that, because racism is not acceptable anywhere. The person approach to care Advantages for the service user The advantage may be, that a service user can always use a health and social care services, when they have problem with their health. Disadvantage for the service user It can be that a service user may feel disappointed, because the service provider might not help them as
Also, it is not killing the potential baby, it is just reducing the possibility of having a baby. I agree and disagree with this reason. This is because now a baby might not be able to be born. However, I disagree because if a person wants to clone, another person’s feelings about cloning shouldn’t matter because it is not their decision to make. Another reason is that people find cloning unnecessary.
Pass 5: describe how anti-discriminatory practice is promoted in health and social care settings. Equal opportunities: Equal opportunities is not necessarily treating everybody the same, it more about treating people differently so that they are able to have the same amount of opportunities and to all be treated with dignity and respect. An example of this would be, if you work at a care home and you was caring for someone and you assisting them when trying to feed them and they carry on eating themselves. However, if someone else is unable to feed themselves then you are obliged to help them eat their lunch. So you are giving them both the equal opportunity to eat and have lunch.
There must be a reasonable chance of success or benefit. Similarly, a Jew is not allowed to undertake activities which clearly endanger health. The use of drugs, for example, is permitted in order to improve health or reduce pain; one is not required to suffer needlessly. However, the teachings of most authorities would prohibit the use of drugs taken for the purpose of providing a “high” or a mind-altering experience, because of the dangers involved to the user and others (My Jewish Leaning,
2.1 Describe dilemmas that may arise between the duty of care and an individual’s rights. * Someone saying that they don’t want to get washed and dressed is a dilemma because it’s my duty of care to provide personal care but if the person has the capacity it’s their right to refuse. * Someone that has been advised to stop smoking but still want to smoke is a dilemma because it’s my duty of care to help and advice that person not to smoke but if the person has capacity it’s their right to decide if they do or do not smoke. * Someone could have been advised to go on a low calorie diet but is requesting high calorie food is
Agree with the individual how privacy will be maintained during personal care. We agree on the level of privacy he needs also by talking, I ask him when or if he wants me to leave the bathroom so he can have some privacy or hold a towel up while he washes. Outcome 2 Be able to provide support for personal care safety. 1. Support individual to understand the reasons for hygiene and safety precautions.
Though these definitions may seem logical, many misinterpret them. For example, one may question what acts are considered to be too painful to make others do? By nature, people have differences in morals and opinion so there is no distinct answer to this question. Hazing of any form is detrimental to the mental, emotional, and physical health of students, deeming it a social problem. As mentioned earlier, hazing is a term that is very broad and not easily definable.
- Also, you cannot assume deindividuation automatically leads to aggression e.g. being anonymous in a peace rally or pilgrimage. Also Nurses uniform - This study is unethical – people were distressed and believed that they could not leave - However mundane realism is an issue. They knew it was not a real prison. Zimbardo only should have acted as the experimenter.
After I came back with the trolley, me and my colleagues started to give the breakfast for everybody. They are offered cooked breakfast and fresh fruits and a choice of tea or coffee. Some of our residents are independent and they can have breakfast in their beds or in their chair by themselves and some of them are unable to feed themselves due to different health disabilities like dementia or Parkinson’s. Some of our residents choose to have their breakfast later on as they like to have a later sleep. After I finished giving breakfast to the residents that can feed themselves I go in Mrs. A room to help her