• K101 Tma 02
    Care services available to long- term health conditions and the importance that these services take into account individuals sensitivities and circumstances. When one becomes ill they start on a journey through many professional settings, for the first part of this essay i will be exploring this
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  • Open University K101 Tma
    K101 TMA02 There are many long term health conditions but, for the purpose of this essay, I shall be using diabetes as my example with Anwar as my case study. Diabetes, both type one and type two, is caused by the pancreas failing to produce enough natural insulin or any insulin at all and t
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  • k101 tma 1
    Tma 01 The difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member? To start my essay off I want to look at the word carer and its real meaning as a lot of people in the UK are carers for family member but...
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  • K101 TMA 01 Difficulties & Rewards of being a carer for a family member
     TMA 01 Part A In this essay I will attempt to describe the difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member. I will touch on how this would affect the people who provide it. I will attempt to back these statements up with examples from case studies and also offer my...
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  • OU K101, Introducuction to Health & Social Care, TMA 01, difficulties and rewards of being a family carer
    Tutor comments/marks What might be some of the difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member? From using the study resources from the Open University (OU) and understanding the case study, by Joyce Cavaye (2007), of Ann and her family, I will reflect on the challenges...
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  • K101 TMA01
     “The term carer refers to an individual who supports someone who is elderly, disabled or ill. It may be difficult to label a carer due to personal circumstances and carers variations in duties” (Direct.gov). I aim to highlight the difficulties and rewards that carers may come across whilst...
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  • K101 TMA01
    TMA 01 Part A What might be some of the difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member? A carer is not someone who is employed by a disabled person or to be a proffessional in a care home. According to Directgov, 2006, a carer is someone who looks after a friend, family...
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  • k101 open university
    TMA 4 K101 Where you live can affect your health and well-being. People’s health is influenced by where they live. Where we live is made up of many physical,...
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  • rough copy tma 01
    Rough copy TMA 01 rough copy Part A - Essay The term “carer” is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to family or friends who could not manage without this help due to sickness, age or disability. I researched unit 1 and I will be using the experiences of Ann Walkers, 37...
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  • tma 02
    TMA 02 Part A ‘The care and support that we provide for people should enable them to make the most of their lives (DH, 2006, P.23). How successful are health and/ or social care services in achieving this aim?...
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  • K101 TMA01
    TMA 1 – Part A Describe the difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member. Illustrate your answer using examples from Unit 1. According to the Department of Health, in 2006 there were 15 million people in England with long term health conditions such as arthritis,...
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  • K101 health & social care
    PI number: Part A: Essay Title: Why can it be difficult to decide whether or not a person is a carer, and does it matter? Base your answer on the case of someone you know. I am going to try and justify why it is difficult whether a person is a carer and if it really matters, I am...
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  • k101 tma01 part a
     TMA 01 Describe the difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member. A carer is a person of any age or sex who looks after a family member, partner or friend. When they are sick or disabled. Being a carer has been described as one of the toughest but one of the most...
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  • T172 Tma 5
    TMA 05. 1) a) Technology transfer, as the name suggests, is the process by which technologies from industrialised countries where they have been created, are transferred to developing countries, who then use them. It is sometimes in the form of aid, funded by international governmental organisa
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  • Tma Management Test
    TMA DIANE O’FARRELL JUNE 2010 INTRODUCTION 1) Communication A better understanding of communication 2) STAFF DEVELOPMENT Staff training to develop skills and knowledge. 3) COPING WITH CHANGE Help with change the reason and benefits. 4) COMMITMENT FROM PAYR
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  • Who Cares Tma 1
    TMA 1 Part A: Essay Title: Why can it be difficult to decide whether or not a person is a carer, and does it matter? Base your answer on the case of someone you know. Word Count 772 When you look at the definition, of who is or isn't a carer, there seems to be a clear-cut answer. However, th
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  • Tma 02
    TMA 02 Drawing on appropriate evidence from Chapter 5, describe how groups can influence people in positive and negative ways. In this essay, I will be drawing on evidence from Spoor 2007 et al (Chapter 5) to describe and examine ways in which groups can influence people in both positive and n
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  • Tma Ssc101
    SSC101e Communications: Principles and Practice Tutor Marked Assignments 01-02 January 2010 SemesterSSC101 TMA01 This tutor-marked assignment is worth 15% of the final mark for SSC 101e Communication: Principles and Practice. Submit this assignment no later than 11.59pm on 15 February 2010 (Monda
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  • E303 Tma 2011
    Arab Open University Faculty of Language Studies E303B: English Grammar in Context Assignment Booklet 2010/2011 TMA (Second Semester) [Prepared by Course Chair Dr. Ismail Safieh] Copyright 2010 Arab Open University E303B TMA Cut-Off Date: Please return your completed assig
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  • Tma 05 Chap 04
    NOTES FOR TMA 05- Chapter 04 EVALUATING ARGUMENTS; Values play a major role in academic arguments, but the arguments must be backed up by evidence. It is subject to contestation and revision. What do we mean by evaluation? When evaluating arguments, looking at STRENGHTS and WEAKNESSES, how
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