Unit 60 Facilitate learning and development activities to meet individual needs and preferences 1.1 Describe the benefits to individuals of engaging in learning or development activities. Engaging and taking part in activities for learning or development is the individual can benefit from recreation participation. One benefit is learning from the experience and gives the individual a sense of freedom, independence, and autonomy. Taking part in activities will make better ability to socialize with others, including greater tolerance and understanding. Involvement in different recreation activities releases stress and tension and helps change the same day-to-day routine.
To improve my own knowledge is very important to me and I really enjoy learning new skills which can benefit my roles or future roles. In doing this I feel I am progressing in my career, keeping myself desirable to other employers and maximising my potential to do well within my career. Therefore if I continue to develop professionally and improve my knowledge resulting in me improving my practice I will: * Become a positive role model to other staff * Be confident in abilities and future employment *
It helps to keep one’s mind fresh and with new ideas on how to deal with issues which I face during my sessions with a client. Self-awareness develops over a period of time and with experience. With time one can learn strategies to help in the development of self awareness so that personal thoughts and experiences does not affect this. Knowledge that is gained through personal experience can sometimes be a barrier when working but if one is personally aware of this, it helps to remove any barrier. It also question one’s own personal values, awareness and beliefs.
By working as a team you can gain valuable knowledge from those who are more experienced than you, but it also allows you to suggest newer and fresher ways to approach learning. Each member or person has their own skill and expertise, communicating with them helps you to learn, build up your own knowledge and know your own responsibilities.By working as a team you will also learn to trust and respect your colleagues, build relationships and build your own confidence. Problems can be shared and solutions can be discussed or suggested. You can learn new skills, take better responsibility of your own role and achieve your end goal more effectively. Teamwork sets a good example to others especially children and shows them they are surrounded by people who they can trust and respect.When adults are working effectively together and are working as part of a team, the children will see them as role models and will follow, copy and mimic what they see, To a parent this shows that the school are setting a good
Sometimes different is good, that is what makes the world a giant melting pot of diversity. Now knowing exactly what type of personality I have is a great asset to have because, I now know what are the strengths and weaknesses I have in my personality. Maybe there is a way I can work on these weaknesses to make myself a better person. Working socially is a good start; I can share my strengths with people around me from my personality. As well as for an education point of view this will help me as far as connecting myself with people that have similar personalities as me.
AHIMA is also helping the health care sector by helping providers make better decisions with the use of analytics, informatics and decision support technology. Health care organizations will depend on HIM professionals as leaders across all healthcare sectors, with expertise in predictive modeling of clinical information, trend analysis, and revenue cycle management. (www.ahimafoundation.org, 2014). The stakeholder perspective for AHIMA is based on improving clinical documentation, improving patient encounters, and coding accuracy. AHIMA believes that hospitals and providers must improve clinical documentation in preparation for the expanded scope of clinical data beyond a single patient encounter to a comprehensive data set comprising the entire continuum of care (www.ahimafoundation.org, 2014).
Introduction The 2010 Institute Of Medicine and along with the partnership of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has put forth a landmark report focusing on the future of advancement in nursing . Ensuring that being the largest part of the medical profession nurses are given a chance to play a active part in redesigning the future of our nations healthcare reform .As per the 2010 IOM report it is time to look ahead ,a time to consider and a time to implement meaningful advancements in this drastically changing world of healthcare. The IOM has been involved in constant research and data collection for decades in bringing forth these changes to improve the quality and safety by focusing on three important aspects ,transforming nursing
Keeping active is good for all of our body systems. Losing independence can have a negative impact on individual health and well-being. 2, Explain how active participation promotes independence in the task of daily living Active involvement in learning to develop life skill can help individual to become independent. Learning in a safe environment and knowing that there is support at hand in case it is needed will give a individual confident and reassurance. Some individual who are being supported in the community will find care worker support and encouragement invaluable.
The second reasons to why we are studying different learning styles is because of personal reasons such as to improve your self-confidence and self-esteem, to learn how best to use your brain which can never be a bad thing, gain insight into your strengths and weaknesses, learn how to enjoy learning more, develop your motivation for learning and maximising your natural abilities and skills. Learning Styles Theories The different learning style theories there are to enhance you learning skills are VAC, Belbin, Kolb, Gardener and Honey and Mumford. The VAC (VAK or VARK) learning style theory is one of the most common and widely used categorisations of the various types of learning styles