Assignment 303 Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings Assignment overview In this assignment you will consider best practice in promoting diversity, equality and inclusion which does not discriminate against others. You will look at relevant legislation, codes of practice and regulations governing adult social care and consider the consequences for a variety of people if these are not followed. You are asked to consider your own attitudes and beliefs and how these may impact on how you treat people and to reflect on your own practice. Tasks There are THREE tasks to this assignment A Short answer questions B Leaflet C Reflective account Task A Ai Using the table below, explain in your own works what each term means. Give one example from care practice to illustrate explanations.
Lowest 3.4 highest 83.7. The Maximum volume was 26.8 and the elapsed time when detected was 52.6 Question 2b You are encouraged to use various resources available when writing OU assignments and the principles of ‘Developing Good Academic Practice’ teaches you how to correctly use such material in order to avoid plagiarism and to ensure that the work submitted in an assignment is written in your own words and shows that you understand what you have read and the answers are your own. For example the sources you can and cannot use for help include: Discussions with other students and in your Tutor Group Forums are an acceptable way to create and share information on your module. Using Third Party Material is acceptable but in doing so you must rewrite in your own words and reference or quote any words you have used from the Third Party Site in your assignment. It is unacceptable to allow someone else to write your assignment for you.
Whatever the rate, there is little debate that PTSD affects substantial numbers of returning troops and is associated with significant disability and distress for both the veteran and his/her family. The key challenge is to ensure that the disorder is recognized quickly and to make sure that reliable pathways to evidence-based care are available” (2011). Patients with PTSD have the same desire; to regain control of their lives and learn to cope with this disorder in order to live as normal a life as possible, as they did prior to developing PTSD. The medical field has developed several reliable ways to treat PTSD. The treatments often include medications and psychotherapy, or a combination of the two.
Chapter 5. Complementary and Alternative Modalities Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. A patient is receiving acupuncture therapy in addition to analgesics for chronic pain. Which type of therapy does this represent?
Unit 9 Introduction of Complementary Therapies these are: Acupuncture, chiropractice and Biodynamic massage. In this report I am going to be discussing 3 different types of complementary therapies Conventional Therapies are ‘Western medicines’; complementary therapies are used along side conventional therapies and alternative therapies are used instead of conventional therapies Conventional Therapies are evidence based medicine meaning they have scientific proof that they work. They have been proven in scientific studies by carrying out experiments and observations, which provide evidence that they help fight of diseases such as cancer and diabetes. Double blind trails are often used in testing new drugs. There are two different groups
Information that is vital to the reader is missing. Furthermore information, such as the Case Study, are included which is not necessary to the findings of the study. Critique of Entire Article: Numbers 1, 6, 8, 9, and 5 Lin et al. (2004) chose a problem that does need more research. Relapsing addicts need a more effective therapy to help overcome addiction problem once and for all.
Overview Unit 23: Complementary Therapies for Health and Social Care On completion of this unit you should: 1 Understand complementary therapies that can be used by users of health and social care services 2 Understand the role of complementary therapies in relation to orthodox treatments 3 Understand the role of complementary therapies in maintaining health and wellbeing A complimentary therapy is a treatment that be used instead of or alongside a conventional western medicine. There are also alternative therapies that can be used instead of a conventional therapy. This booklet is for those who are interested in finding out more information on conventional and alternative therapies. * There are two types of provision when it comes to complimentary therapies, which are private and NHS funded. * When someone goes privately it often costs a lot of money and cannot be afforded by many, more than £4.5 billion are spent per year on treatments and products given privately.
You may choose a topic from the approved list below or you may propose a topic of your choice to your teacher for approval. In addition to submitting your topic, you must also submit a thesis statement about your topic. Your thesis statement should include 3 parts: topic + opinion about the topic + reasons. Make sure that the thesis statement is not simply a fact, but has some opinion and analysis. Assignment
After reviewing the websites and researching the laws pertaining to online therapy this writer believes that online therapy can be a very helpful tool in human services. Before using an online service a person should research the website to analyze the creditability of the site. With the three sites reviewed in this paper it was concluded that not all online therapy services are valid forms of therapy. The sites that a person had to pay for services were up-to-date and informative. The free service was poorly designed and a person could only receive advise from a