clean and tidy after
eating or drinking.
Outcome 5 Be able to monitor eating and drinking and the support
The learner can:
1. explain the importance of monitoring the food and drink an individualconsumes and anydifficulties they encounter
It is important to monitor...
drinking, service users have to be prompted to wash their hands and face. Some will want to wash their mouth and have their dentures cleaned
5 : Be able to monitor eating and drinking and the support provided
5.1. Explain the importance of monitoring the food and drink an individualconsumes and...
may still be hungry but might just be a slow eater and may be to scared or havent got the capacity to say they havent finished.
outcome 5 - be able to monitor eating and drinking and the support provided
explain the importance of monitoring the food and drink an individualconsumes and any...
to their normal diet.
So to maintain the service user dignity and promote thier personal choices and self esteem.
5.1 Explain the importance of monitoring the food and drink an individualconsumes and anydifficulties they encounter.
Food and drink intake monitoring is important as its one way...
1.3 Describe ways to resolve anydifficulties or dilemmas about the choice of food and drink.
* Giving them two or more choices and let them decide what they like, giving more details about the food will help them to choose.
* Explainindividuals about the importance of a healthy diet and...
Explain the importance of monitoring the food and drink an individualconsumes and anydifficulties they encounter
Nutrition is vital for a individual, and a healthy diet consists of a variety of foods. Some people could have problems chewing and swallowing, and they could miss out on vital...
determine meal planning
1. Are there anyfoods you cannot eat for any reason etc religious, medical, cultural?
2. What are your favourite foods and flavour (spices)?
3. What foods do you not eat on a daily basis?
4. What kind of foods do you think you should be eating more of?
5. How many times a...
He doesn’t have knowledge about the four basic food groups, is able to consume three to four meals a day with no food preferences, rarely eats in restaurant, often at home he takes Vitamin C as a daily supplements.
The patient can’t recall the...
a chance to communicate with you.
Outcome 51. Its important to monitor food and drink an individualconsumes and anydifficulties they encounter because as a carer it is are responsibility to safe guard our customers that that may come in the form of dietary needs or health issues. Wanting...
importance of achieving food cost ● Explain the importance of food hygiene and control
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Chapter 2 – Food production
Kitchen introduction 1.1 Communication 1.2 Kitchen chef characteristics 1.3 Staffing and...
Ireland are now either overweight and/or obese and projections indicate that this figure will continue to increase by 10,000 annually.
In basic terms, obesity occurs when a person takes in more energy from the food and drink they consume than the energy they use from physical activity. This results in...
) * Color of the drink. Cross tabulation
Color of the drink.
How do you imagine your drink? (High alcohol - Low alcohol)
High alcohol content
produce the same effects. 2. Drinks in secret; hides bottles of alcohol; drinks first thing in the morning (to “steady my nerves”) and at any other opportunity that arises during the day. 3. As the disease progresses, the individual may drink in binges. During a binge, drinking continues until the...
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Preface Structure and learning features Acknowledgements ix x xi
Part A: Introduction 1 Introduction to hospitality marketing Part B: Pre-encounter marketing 2 Marketing research 3 Understanding and segmenting customers 4 Competitive strategies 5 Developing the...
into two hours. Your goal is to consume 60-70 grams of protein each day or as instructed by the dietitian based on your individual needs. Do not have any more than 8 oz of fluid per hour. Your goal is to consume 48 oz of fluid each day. This does not include the protein drink. Calcium citrate and...
a positive or negative way. As an example, consider the service at a checkout queue in a grocery store. Most customers hold a range of acceptable times for this service encounter – probably somewhere between ﬁve and 10 minutes. If service consumes that period of time, customers probably do not pay...
that price plays an important role in any product but service also plays equal importance in success of any product.
All the information gathered during this survey and after analyzing it properly one come to only one conclusion that liquid fooddrink industries has a great scope in future...
explaining the importance of each step.
Section B 4 5 6 Explain what is meant by the terms “process of adoption” and “diffusion of an innovation”. Outline the key stages involved in developing a marketing communications plan and explain how the different elements relate to each other...