Btec Apprenticeship Assessment Workbook Level 2 Health And Social Care Essays and Term Papers

  • BTEC Health and Social Care Level 2 HAR

    BTEC Health and Social Care Level 2 Unit 11: The Importance of Diet on Health Linda Banjo. Discuss how the component of a balanced diet contribute to an individual's health at different life stage As individuals we all go through different stages in life and having a balanced diet at every stage...

      2774 Words | 9 Pages   Food energy, Breast milk, Diet (nutrition), Vitamin D

  • Btec Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care

    BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care Unit 8 – Human Lifespan Development Task 3 – P3, M2 and D1: In this assignment I will produce a written report that clearly states the factors that influence an individual’s self concept, based on the case study provided. Also I will extend my report...

      522 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Btec Health and Social Care Level 3 Unit 2

    663,000 | Aldworth, C & Billingham, M & Lawrence, P & Moonie, N & Talman, H. (2010). BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care (p49-50) Write two or three benefits of diversity (social, cultural and economic benefits) Some of the benefits to an individual working in a diverse organisation...

      720 Words | 2 Pages   Eid al-Fitr, Religion, Care work, Multiculturalism

  • Health and Social Care Level 2

    if talked to or touched on the shoulder. If not, call an ambulance and then begin first aid. 1. Place the person on his or her back on the floor. 2. Tilt the head so that the chin is pointing upwards. Do this by placing the fingertips under the jawbone, then lift gently while pressing down softly...

      1596 Words | 5 Pages   Choking, Rib cage, Chest, Nosebleed

  • health and social care level 2

    I am writing this report to explain how recent laws promote anti discriminatory practise in an health and social care environment. The first act I am going to talk about is the equality Act 2012.this act promotes anti discriminatory practise as is this act it protects people that are living in the...

      611 Words | 2 Pages   Discrimination, Disability, Homosexuality, Sexual orientation

  • Level 2 Health and Social Care

    mental processes caused by brain disease or injury and marked by memory disorders, personality changes, and impaired reasoning | | | | | | | 2. describe the key functions of the brain that are affected by dementiatemporal lobe = responsible for vision, memory, language, hearing, learningfrontal...

      1847 Words | 6 Pages   Memory, Major depressive disorder, Depression (mood), Delirium

  • Health and social Care Level 2

    like she’s lost her independence. Constantly being reminded of what she could do may also leave her in a bad state of depression for a long while. Social Elsie does not always recognise John and Sandra when they visit her, and being in a retirement home she is faced to meet, be treated, or even cared...

      977 Words | 3 Pages   Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Self-esteem

  • Health and social care, level 2

    within a health and social setting and the effectiveness In this report I am going to outline The Mental Health Act alongside this, the procedures and codes of practise and how both of these aim to promote diversity and assessing the effectiveness of these measures in place. The Mental Health Act aims...

      468 Words | 2 Pages   Mental Health Act 1983, Equal opportunity, Diversity (business), Mental disorder

  • health and social care level 2

    growing fast. Children energy requirements are not as high as adults. Children at this stage don’t have appetites, children should be encouraged to eat health and balanced diet such as fresh fruits and vegetables, fish potatoes, pasta and rice. Children should eat less sweets and crisp and this can lead to...

      564 Words | 2 Pages   Dieting, Human nutrition, Human iron metabolism, Vitamin D

  • Level 2 Health and Social Care

    Unit 68 – Move and Position individuals in accordance with their plan of care. 1.1 Outline the anatomy and physiology of the human body in relation to the importance of correct moving and positioning of individuals. It’s vital when caring for an individual that you know the normal range of movement...

      297 Words | 1 Pages   Sprained ankle, Arthritis

  • BTEC Level 3 Health And Social Care Ass

     Developing Effective Communication In Health and Social Care Understand effective communication and interpersonal interaction in Health and Social Care • Produce a staff handbook for new staff at a residential setting...

      3223 Words | 9 Pages   Body language, Nonverbal communication, British Sign Language, Communication

  • level 2 health and social care

    Minimum wage, Hours worked, Discrimination, Health and safety, Holiday entitlements, Redundancy and dismissal, Training, Disciplinary procedures, Union rights and consultation, among many others. Labour law covers the deal between employee and employer. Health and safety laws cover the work conditions...

      1325 Words | 5 Pages   Labour law, Employment Rights Act 1996, Employment contract in English law, Employment

  • Health and Social Care Level 3 Btec

    ideas have been understood. Michael argyle argued that interpersonal communication is a skill that can be learned and developed. Argyle also said that social skills involves a cycle in which you must decode what others are communicating an you must adapt your behaviour to be able to communicate. Verbal and...

      446 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Btec level 3 Health and social care

    Adults that are in need of care services may need help with the activities that they daily intend to carry out but should be allowed to life an independent life if possible. Adults will also need to take part of a group and social activities. Older adulthood When people reach a certain stage of age...

      546 Words | 2 Pages   Old age

  • Health and Social Care Level 3 Btec

    Using material from Item A and elsewhere, assess the strengths and limitations of participant observation for the study of gender relations in schools There are many strengths and limitations of participant observation for the study of gender relations in schools. Participant observation means that...

      574 Words | 2 Pages   Qualitative research, Participant observation, Research, Education

  • health and social care apprenticeship

    BTECH INTERMEDIATE APPRENTICESHIP ASSIGHNMENT 1 SESSION 1 What is effective communication and why is it important? Effective communication helps us better understand a person’s needs or wants and wishes, we communicate to the individuals understanding, such as using sign language, pictures (pictorial...

      558 Words | 2 Pages  

  • unit 2 BTEC health and social care

    UNIT 2 EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND RIGHTS IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE The definition of equality is a state of being equal. For example equal rights in status, rights and opportunities. Equality is based on the legal obligation to comply with anti-discrimination legislation. Equality is what protects...

      812 Words | 3 Pages   Discrimination, Prejudice, Abuse, Harassment

  • Btec Health and Social Care Unit 2

    Unit 2: P1 – Explain the concepts of equality, diversity and rights in relation to Health and Social Care In health and social care it is essential that there is an equal chance for everybody to use the services. It is also vital for the people working within a health and social care...

      637 Words | 2 Pages   Discrimination, Prejudice, Social justice, Equal opportunity

  • Health and Social Care Level 3 Unit 2

    Musab Omar Unit 2 ID No 20235744 Know Discriminatory practices in health and social care Discriminatory practice in health and social care happens for many reasons including some important factors that are normally the cause of discriminatory practice...

      805 Words | 3 Pages   Social inequality, Sexual orientation, Ageism, Disability

  • Health and Social Care Diploma Level 2

    CIS Assessment Induction Workbook – Five Standard 5 Principles for implementing duty of care 1. Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice 1.1 Explain what it means to have a duty of care in your work role Every individual should be supported and enabled to live in an environment...

      2951 Words | 9 Pages   Negligence, Risk, Best practice, Emergency

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