Assignment 201 Understand Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young Peoples Settings Task A You Need to Update Your Staff Handbook to Reflect Current Employment Law Identify Three Different Sources of Information You Could Use to Enable You to do This. You could use the following to update your staff handbook either online or by telephone. Direct.Gov Health & Safety ACAS List Three Aspects of Employment Covered By Law There are many aspects of employment covered by law Minimum Wage, Health and Safety, Redundancy and Dismissal. List Three Main Features of Current Employment Legislation Three main features of current Employment Legislation are Employment Rights, Equalities and Discrimination Law and Health and Safety Legislation. Briefly
Assignment 201 Understand Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young Peoples Settings Task A You Need to Update Your Staff Handbook to Reflect Current Employment Law Identify Three Different Sources of Information You Could Use to Enable You to do This. You could use the following to update your staff handbook either online or by telephone. Direct.Gov Health & Safety ACAS List Three Aspects of Employment Covered By Law There are many aspects of employment covered by law Minimum Wage, Health and Safety, Redundancy and Dismissal. List Three Main Features of Current Employment Legislation Three main features of current Employment Legislation are Employment Rights, Equalities and Discrimination Law and Health and Safety Legislation. Briefly Outline Why Employment Law Exists Employment law exists to protect you, your safety and your human rights at the workplace for example working hrs, pay, breaks, discrimination, bullying etc.
Demographic Paper/ Aging population page 1 Demographic Paper By: Tracie Beard HCS/490 November, 25, 2012 Professor: Jacqueline Leff Demographic Paper/ Aging Population page 2 Aging Population The reason for this summary will be to provide information on the effects of the changes in the population in the demographics on the needs and service of the aging population. However, the summary will include the impact the aging population will have on the health care market as well as some ways in which the aging population affect health care in relation to cost. The summary will hope to provide some insight to the need for more health care professionals to care for the aging population. The summary will also provide an answer to the question, what the does aging population’s will have a effect on chronic disease wellness program. The summary will conclude with the aging population’s effects on an individual, community, national, and on global level as well.
I will explain physically, socially, emotionally and socially about her development in her childhood and adolescence years. After to complete my distinction I will write about adulthood and old-age and write how I think Genie will be affected in those life stages and then will justify why I think that is. Key terms Nature: inherited influences such as our genes and physiological make up Nurture: How life has influenced us through our experiences. The nature-nurture debate is one of the oldest issues in psychology. The debate is about weather our genetic inheritance or environmental factors are the way we are.
In this assignment criterion I will be explaining the potential effects of 6 different life factors of an individual. The potential effects of the 6 different life factors I’ve chosen to speak about genetic, environmental and the lifestyle factors. In this assignment I will be writing a clear explanation of the influence of two predictable and two unpredictable life evens on the development of a celebrity I have chosen to be Kim Kardashian. Regarding Kim Kardashian I will be discussing her diet, her early career and many more. I will be presenting this as a fact file.
Erikson's theory of the 'Eight Stages of Development' describes a lifelong process through which human personality evolves as the individual responds to their environment, psychological experiences, biological influences and social interactions. These factors contribute to the core idea of Erikson's theory that each stage, beginning at birth and ending at death, offers a psychosocial conflict that must be overcome by the corresponding virtue in order to progress to the next stage of development. Any one of these stages can be applied to an individual, depending on their age and circumstance, who is hospitalised in order to offer nurses an approach to nurturing the development of their clients (AllPsych Online, 2011). Stage I is the year from birth to 1 year old, the conflict at this stage of Erikson's theory is 'Trust vs. Mistrust'. The infant, dependent almost solely upon others, learns to develop trust when the central caregiver, often
Unit CYP3.3 Safeguarding training On the 18th February 2014 I attended Safeguarding Training at Flying Start Head Office in Camborne held by Sharon Cowburn. During the training we spoke about several items which may be important in the future when a child may be in danger of harm, another staff member could be doing something wrong and if anyone had a concern; what must they do about it? We looked at cause for concern sheets and how they worked, we had to fill one in using a case study of a girl who had marks on her body, her parent and brother speaking to her in an inappropriate way, she had been “bullying” other children at the nursery and using adult language. We were explained to the process of a cause for concern and how they are dealt with when they leave the setting and get sent to a higher person; in this case it would be Sharon. We were given handouts on how to deal with certain issues, and numbers to call if we may have an issue in the setting.
200). “Grounded theory was used to illuminate the social and technical process of a multidisciplinary health care team and the members’ interactions in order to explain the subjective aspects of team-based care delivery and participating as an individual on the team” (Leach & Mayo, 2013, p. 200). A framework was developed from the study findings. This framework could guide future studies. Five categories were identified to be important when the RRT effectiveness is being described.
University Of Phoenix Later Adulthood Living and Concerns Mrs. Sherry Leach-Speas BSHS/325 R 1 Erick Lear August 25, 2014 Later Adulthood Living and Concerns Introduction: This report will attempt to explain the role and social position during the later adulthood development stage. With hopes of comparing their various living options as to what assistance is available to them, and at what levels of care there are. I will discuss and illustrate adjustments, transition from work to retirement, changes in marriage, family and peer relationships. I will identify and describe social policies such as the Older American Act, Social Security, and Medicare services that older adults need and use. In this society older people
Life Span Development Robert Diaz 9/9/13 PSY/375 Shaun-Katherine Robles The human life is developed from the time a person is born until their death. However long (or short) a person's life span is, over time, they develop both physically and cognitively. Many psychological researchers look to see how a person develops and why. Prominent figures in psychology like Sigmund Freud and Jean Piaget, along with so many others, have spent good portions of their own lifespan trying to answer these questions and give a better picture of how a person develops throughout their entire lives. Both Piaget and Freud looked at development over a life span in stages.