Physiological needs are the needs that are necessary for survival. Some of the physiological needs include water, food, sleep, air to breathe, and warmth. The next level up on the pyramid is called Security needs. Security needs are very important, but not as serious as physiological needs. Security needs are things like having a job, health insurance, to have shelter (such as a house) to keep you out of the environment, and also that you can live in a safe neighborhood.
2. Identify with an individual their needs that may require additional support and their preferences for how the needs may be met. 3. Agree with the individual and others the risks that need to be managed in living at home and ways to address them. Outcome 3 - Be able to work with individuals to secure additional services and facilities to enable them to live at home 1.
Sometimes people use their determination for selfish gain. Determination can be both positive and negative but it is need to make it in life. You have to be careful not to let it become negative. Throughout life things can and will change but you have to be determined not to give up. Determination is fighting; when you are down.
Examples of security needs include a desire for steady employment, health insurance, safe neighborhoods and shelter. Belonging Needs These include needs for belonging, love and affection. Maslow considered these needs to be less basic than physiological and security needs. Relationships such as friendships, romantic attachments and families help fulfill this need for companionship and acceptance, we communicate to meet belonging needs by talking with others, listening and responding to what they say. Esteem Needs These include the need for things that reflect on self-esteem, which involve valuing and respecting ourselves, personal worth, social recognition and accomplishment.
HC 207 Person-centered values in adult care 1. What is person-centred values? Person-centred values are about asking people what they want and providing practical ways for them to have choice and control in their lives, and having positive approach. We should have a positive focus on what the person can do, not what they can’t. It is also important to actively acknowledge the person’s strengths, passions and aspirations, and actively involve the family and friends, if the person wishes.
Anatomy and physiology Describe the concept of homeostasis and the mechanisms that regulate the heart rate, breathing rate, body temperature. Explain the responses to changes in the body during exercise and explain the importance of homeostasis in maintaining the healthy function of the body. In order for the body to work efficiently it must maintain a constant internal environment. P5: Explain the concept of homeostasis Describe your understanding of homeostasis and the homeostatic mechanisms that regulate * Heart rate * Breathing rate * Body temperature M2: Discuss the probable homeostatic responses to changes in the internal environment during exercise. Even if you do not take regular exercise you will be aware of changes that occur in your body if you do anything strenuous.
There are four vitamins that fall under the fat-soluble category; Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, and Vitamin K. All have their own functions, benefits, and negative side effects when not consumed in moderation. Vitamin A helps with bone growth, tooth development, cell division, and gene expression. Dry, rough skin, decreased resistance to illness can happen with deficiency levels, while dry, itchy skin, headaches, loss of appetite, and severe birth defects can happen if too much vitamin A is consumed. Vitamin D helps with the hardening of bones and teeth as well as helps to
I will be describing each level and explaining how belonging needs and self esteem needs currently apply to me. The fifth level which is the most basic level is physical needs. These needs include water air, food, and sleep. Communication helps us meet these needs. People have to communicate in order to let someone know they are hungry, sick, or in pain.
The 'Hierarchy of Needs' theory has four different levels before one can come to full self-actualizing. Beginning with the most basic, the needs are physiological, safety, love and belonging, esteem and lastly, self-actualization. Physiological needs refer to the literal requirements for human survival, such as breathing, food, water, sleep, and metabolic activities. Safety needs are all things providing humans with a sense of security, such as protection from the elements, financial stability and personal health. Furthermore, love and belonging refers to the interpersonal relationship, in which relationships with family, friends, lovers, and others are drawn; providing humans with a sense of acceptance and attachments.
But before I begin, I should explain the importance and function of vitamins and minerals in your body. Vitamins and minerals are crucial when it comes to the body carrying out all it's functions. They also keep you looking and feeling healthy. A deficiency of vitamins and minerals in your body will cause you to be disease prone. Different kinds of micronutrients help with different tasks the body needs to complete in order to survive.