The care plan involves identifying the needs, strengths and risks that is relevant to where the client is in their recovery. A care plan is also a tool that can be used to record any changes in the clients situation and used as a form of communication to update other professionals that are involved in the clients
During this phase, the team will determine how much improvement is required, what change will be implemented, how the effects will be measured, and what or who will be affected by the change (“The Deming Cycle,” n.d.). Do: During this phase, the plan will be put into motion. Data is collected from the measures that were established in the planning
A troubleshooting model are the steps that you would take to resolve one or more issues. Some of the different ways you could use to troubleshoot an issue could include: -Identify the problem that is happening -Try to create a theory to help determine a cause -Test the theories that were developed -Establish an action plan to quickly resolve the issue -Implement the action plan -Verify and test the system to make sure it is
Acute Stress Response Cheryl Welch Liberty University Abstract The purpose of this paper is to define and explain the acute stress response and acute stress disorder. Clarify the differences between the two conditions and offer review of treatments and symptoms associated with both. Therapies and interventions are reviewed and explored for effectiveness in resolving symptoms and preventing post-traumatic stress disorder. The acute stress response (ASR) refers to psychological and physiological responses to stressful events. These responses are displayed by emotional, cognitive, and behavioral changes.
It is important to review, measure and monitor any progress against the set objectives and have regular progress reports. After evaluating the process this will show if partnerships are having a positive or negative impact. For example ….. A positive effect * will show co-ordinated service provisions * a professional approach * clear understanding of role and responsibility Negative effects * will show miscommunication * timewasting * conflict between parties The impact professional partnerships within an organisation have on the services users should always be taken into account and their views and opinions of how they feel the partnership is working should also be included in the evaluation process. Asking service users to fill in questionnaires should do this. It is
OHS Hazard Identification Activity 1 * 1 How can the responsible person make an assessment as to which hazard identification tool to use? By first considering what the required outcome needs to be the responsible person can look over policies and procedures to work out not only what hazard identification tool would be the best to use but also the correct way to put the tool into use and to make sure the outcome will result in correctly identifying the hazards. By looking at previous outcomes the responsible person can also see if the tool has worked previously and how well it may work in the future What are some examples of hazard identification tools? Some of the tools used to identify what may become a hazard in the workplace are safety audits, MSDS sheets, body mapping, interviews with employee, having workplace walkthroughs or inspections, reviewing all previous incident or hazard reports and also reviewing things such as the plant or machinery diaries and the registers for the dangerous or hazardous goods that may be at work, ctivity 2 * What are some underlying reasons for utilising hazard identification tools? So that information can be collected on various specifics that relate to that hazard by using the tools and if the correct tools are used there should be a reduction in the injuries surrounding the hazard.
The systemic appraoch spends more time investigating how behavior patterns serve others, how it distracts them from forming more meaningful realtionships, and how behvaior reflects the need for a larger adjustment (Corey, 2017). Family Systems theroy is part of the Systemic approach and can be best understood when you have a foundation of other theraputic appraoches that is used within the pratice of Family Systems Theroy. Structural-Strategic Family therapy was first identified as Structural Family Therapy. It presented the belief that in order to understand and change a clients behavior, then the family structure and patterns must be understood and altered (Corey, 2017). Structural Family Therapy aimed to reduce dysfunction and change behaviors by addressing the family system.
The next part is world. We have to manipulate or do certain things in the world to make things happen. The next step is evaluation. We have to evaluate the results of the actions and how they compare with the initial goal (Heim, 2008). To further explain the evaluation/execution life cycle, I will use an example from an evaluation I conducted.
The test proposes that knowing more about your own reactions gives you a better sense of self regulation and more alternatives when dealing with different kinds of people. Now that we know what this assessment measures we can look at the appropriate use of the SCARF Self-Assessment, including the reliability and validity of the test, and if the test has potential benefits or harm toward the participant. The appropriate use of the assessment falls mainly into the test publisher’s responsibilities for this particular test. The test publisher’s responsibilities are to define what
Counseling Theory Paper Kenyatta J. Spencer COUN 510 Liberty University Abstract My paper explores my counseling theory from a worldview perspective. Individuals that focus on past behaviors and experiences have disorder in their lifestyles. Our decisions and reactions are significant in situations and circumstances that we encounter. Acceptance is something that we desire from the time we enter this world. As we grow, we will experience several relationships in different development stages.