Caroline Chisholm is often revered as the ‘emigrant’s friend’. What contributions did Caroline Chisholm make to the development of the immigration of women to Australia? Was it a success? Caroline Chisholm (1807 – 1877) was born and raised near Northampton England. Her parents were particularly honourable and principled people who raised their family with a strong tradition of charitable works.
This is the most important relationship to establish and maintain because the service user needs to be able to trust you and feel safe. Aiii Explain why it is important that social care workers work in partnership with individuals using the service and their family. It is very important that you work in partnership with the service user and their family because they may be able to provide useful information to support you in your work and you may be able to provide useful information to support them being part of the individuals life. If there are communication barriers with the service user, a family member can share information with you about how you can better communicate with the service user. They can make you aware of dietary restrictions, preferences and dislikes so it is essential to establish and maintain a good relationship with a service users friends and family.
To provide for her needy family Mary took up a job as governess in 1860 at her Aunt and Uncle's place at Penola in South Australia. She was to look after their children and teach them. Already set on helping the poor whenever possible, she included the other farm children on the Cameron estate as well. Mary’s Call to Religious Life Mary worked hard to provide
Australia's Support Regarding Aid. By George Kazagrandi Australia is a very well developed country. with values of care and compassion and giving others a fair go. When there is a need there is generally a strong response with offers of money, goods, personal time and knowledge. Australia gives aid to other countries because it improves our regional security.
1.1 Describe how accessing a range of services and facilities can be beneficial to an individual’s well being. Regardless of the disability a person should be able to access care services in the community because it is important to their wellbeing and health. It also gives the individual more independent. These are the services and facilities that impact directly on the quality of everyday life of many people with disabilities, their families and carers. There are many services and facilities which the client can access which will be beneficial to his or her well-being.
Patricks College, Peter’s Mother enrols him in a Christian school, in a mission to conform and fit in to Australian society. Peters Mother is so driven by her desire for her and her son to belong, that she completely disregards the fees and expenses. This shows that Peters Mother, just like Feliks father, is happy in her area; they belong there. Beds are Burning discusses why we as a nation should give different Aboriginal tribes their land back. In the two poems I mentioned previously, the characters (apart from Peter in St.Patricks College) are happy in their area, because they belong there.
1/30/12 English II "Future Home of the Living GOD" I believe the story " Future Home of the Living GOD " is about Mary Potts . She was givenup by her mom when she was an infent, living with a foster family ( Alan & Sera ). They are a wealthy family that Loves and has high expectations for Mary Potts. Mary Potts is pregnant and believes theres an illness going on with her baby. She finds the letter her moms writes her and calls the number she left on it.
It reflects what is important to the person (now and for the future) and specifies the support they require to make a valued contribution to their community. 1.2 Explain the benefits of using person-centred thinking with individuals. By using person centred thinking a profile can be made to suit the individual focusing on what is important to the person, how they wish to live and then moves towards those aspirations. 1.3 Explain the beliefs and values on which person centred thinking and planning is based. It is based on the belief and values that people with learning disabilities are entitled to the same rights and choices as other members of society.
This is a traditional Aussie term called 'mateship.' This concept of mateship developed significantly from the beginning of WW1.This notion of friendship brought Australian’s together as one. It symbolised what mates went through together; pain, sorrow as well as victory and love. Our nation came together for the first time since WW1 and Australian's believe this is how we became known the world over as Aussies. We are very hospitable, and prepared to always lend a helping hand.