CT305 Principles of personal development in adult social care settings 1.1 Explain what reflective practise is? Reflective practice is a way of studying your own experiences to improve the way you work. It is very useful for health professionals who want to carry on learning throughout their lives. Engaging in reflective practice should help to improve the quality of care you give and close the gap between theory and practice. Reflective practise is to think carefully covering; what you did - How you did it - Why you did it - How you felt - What went well - What you would do differently.
These interventions are based in a philosophy of care, ethical practice requires the use of evidence-based techniques. In fact in the ACA Code of Ethics (ACA, 2005) states clearly that “counselors have a responsibility to the public to engage in counseling practices that are based on rigorous research methodologies. The prevention of counselors gives a since of purity for our clients. In prevention the preparation and continuing professional development that counselors undertake as graduate students, and then as they move into full-time service. Also the benefits of taking action prior to the onset of crisis would be for example, engaging in holistic counseling to decrease the risk of encountering devastating diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease.
a) What is reflective practice? - Is a way of studying your own experiences to improve the way you work. It is very useful for health professionals who want to carry on learning throughout their lives. The act of reflection is a great way to increase confidence and become a more proactive and qualified professional. b) Why is reflective practice important?
During strategy sessions, the three leaders concur that ARISE’s marketing should emphasize the health benefits of regularly re-energizing the body and spirit to turn periphery customers into midlevel clients. Various strategies were thought of (i.e. spa ambiance improvement, lowering of cost of services, All-Star Team Strategy and even providing fixed salaries to their employees) in order to improve not just the quality of services, but the retention of their employees as well. Prior operation, a soft opening was launched in order to work out operational issues before the grand opening. With this, it has been
In this essay I will talk about how the End of life policy has developed and what motivated the change. Firstly I would like to highlight the importance of End of life policies. When people are approaching the end of life they need support to provide more choice about where they would like to live and die.This includes all adults with advanced, progressive illness and care given in all settings(Department of Health. Guidance 16.07.2008). It is important to support people who are nearing the end of life to maintain the best quality of life possible.
The United health care designs a program that evaluates the quality and cost effective performance system. Performance results to increase transparency and decision making. It helps to meet both quality and cost effective measures by patients” (Leatherman, 2013). United health care “effectively communicates the performance results and feedback to the customers that provides the detailed process of decision making abilities. United Health care provides the important guidelines of preventing health issues at an initial stage which is important in healthy life style.
The Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Elderly People Suffering From Grief Nekishawa Ellis Shorter University Abstract This document will provide an overview of how elderly individuals deal with grief and the help that cognitive behavioral therapy provides. Cognitive behavioral theory reveals cognitive and behavioral approaches to understanding and helping people. This paper will disclose the strengths and weaknesses of the theory as well as a brief history. The cognitive behavioral approach is used to treat a variety of mental issues that cause harmful thinking habits. Upon completion of this paper one will gain an understanding of how cognitive behavioral therapy helps the elderly develop an understanding of how thoughts and feelings can influence their behaviors.
Three interrelated daily lifestyle behavioral principles that explain areas that needed addressing for change were identified: emotional health, safety, and disease prevention. The identified target components for a better lifestyle were used to improve the current behaviors by implementing strategies that helped me improve. Upon taking the initial lifestyle evaluation, my current lifestyle compared well with the lifestyle one recommended for wellness. My scores in nutrition, tobacco use, and alcohol and drugs between nine and ten indicated that I was aware of the importance of my health as well as using my knowledge to implement them in my current lifestyle. The one dimension of
The Problem Statement of the Problem This study will determine the health effects of working nights. The findings served as bases for a proposed action plan. Specifically, this study will answer the following questions: 1. What is the profile of the respondents in terms of: 2.1 age; 2.2 gender; 2.3 civil status; 2.4 length of service; 2.5 employment status; and 2.6 time of shift and rest days 2. What are the health effects of working on a night shift in terms of: 3.7 physical; 3.8 emotional; 3.9 cognitive 3.
P2 criteria: explain different sociological approaches to health and ill-health I have been asked to explain different sociological approaches to health and ill-health and how it affects the people within this society. Different definitions of health There are many ways this can be shown but one of the most important ones is different definitions of health. Wellness is first and foremost a choice to assume responsibility for the quality of your life. It begins with a conscious decision to shape a healthy lifestyle. Wellness is a mind set, a predisposition to adopt a series of key principles in varied life areas that lead to high levels of well-being and life satisfaction.