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nvq 3 assignment 302 Reflective account task C I’m a very conscientious person who was brought up to respect my elders and treat people how I would wish to be treated myself. I feel I carry this out in my everyday practice as I feel whoever I look after deserves the same respect regardless off their age, race, gender, beliefs or any other difference. I am a very bubbly person who always likes to put a smile on people’s faces, I always try to make my clients smile or laugh whilst I am with them but I am also very caring and am able to console my clients when it is needed My grandfather was a Methodist minister so I am a very religious person, I never impose my views on other people, but I do respect their religions and views however I am very interested in listening to other people’s views on different religions I come from a family of 4 children and family is extremely important to me. I have 2 small boys who I spend all my spare time with. I love hearing about my clients families and learning all the different things about them as service users enjoys hearing tales about my 2 boys.
Shadow The Leader Project In many young men and women’s lives they have one person they have always looked up to or maybe wanted to be just like. Well, of course I was no different and in this project I will tell you all about my role model and who I looked up to, when I was young, and still today. His name is Roger Hood. Roger is a nice guy about 5 foot 5 inches and weighing in at a lucky buck fifty. But don’t judge him by his size, he has always been my Sunday school teacher and a leader in my eyes.
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It is important effective communication with adult to be able to build a relationship of trust and understanding. Parents and adult are likely to give beneficial of supporting if the communications is strong and effective and this can be beneficial for the children. Build and establish relationships ,prevent problem,misunderstand ,stay motivate,establish mutual respect are some example. Aim children to learn,have fun ,play and engage. Children will lear and develop when ether is a friendly environment with people they trust.
Her first album for the label, Blossom Dearie Sings, was followed by a two-record set entitled My New Celebrity Is You, which contained eight of her own compositions. The album's title song was especially written for her by Johnny Mercer, and is said to be the last piece he wrote before his death in 1976. During the 70s, Dearie performed at Carnegie Hall with former Count Basie blues singer Joe Williams and jazz vocalist Anita O'Day in a show called The Jazz Singers. In 1981 Blossom appeared with Dave Frishberg for three weeks at Michael's Pub in Manhattan. Frishberg, besides being a songwriter, also sang and played the piano, and Dearie frequently performed his songs, such as “Peel Me A Grape”, “I'm Hip” and “My Attorney Bernie”.
The experience that has given me the biggest sense of ‘Firebird Pride’ is my time in National Honor Society. I truly enjoy giving back to the community and school that has given me so much. Through working with students my own age to senior citizens to citizens of Dayton in homeless shelters, I have realized how blessed I am to have all of the opportunities that have arisen during my high school career. I am a stronger leader, a better community member, and a more patient and understanding person because of the service I have provided throughout my time in NHS. Through the tutoring hours put into this group, I have formed bonds with students I never would have otherwise been around and the relationships with these kids and their parents have made me feel like I have had my own impact on the community.
Community involvement is very important. The best thing a person can donate is their time. It is every individual’s responsibility to help others in their community and beyond. For the past four years, I have gained experience through serving breakfast to the homeless at St. Andrew’s Church on the second Saturday of every month, preparing and teaching for Vacation Bible School, assisting special needs students, and acting as a teacher’s assistance for grade five, and seven classes, as well as grade eight classes. Through my experiences volunteering with children of various ages, as well as at-risk adults in the homeless community, I have discovered my passion for helping others.
Adults with emotional stability are perceived as able to manage life’s challenges and rewards equally. It does not just appear in a day or two in somebody’s life, rather it is nurtured, developed and practiced before one becomes emotionally stable. My family and social relationships experience was tremendous in building my emotional stability. Much as my father was a senior public servant, he still made out time to relate closely with his children and this in no small way influenced my emotional development. I experienced that playing with fathers could magically turn around children’s emotional knowledge, such that, they can identify their own emotions, acknowledge the emotional experiences of others, and describe the causes of emotions through the responsive relationships and the creating of anticipatory learning opportunities by their parents, I was able to develop emotional stability necessary for effective functioning at critical times.