• What might be some of the difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member?
    . Part C: Self-reflective notes on your learning skills and strategies 85% 5% Note that there is no care skills exercise in Part B of TMA 01. 2 2 About K101 learning and assessment The five iCMAs At the end of each of Blocks 1 to 5, there is a short interactive computer­ marked...
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    Clare Newport C585400 What might be some of difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member? TMA 01 part A 800 words Having explored the course material and case studies I feel it has given me a deeper insight and understanding of the term `carer’. A carer means is...
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  • TMA03
     TMA - 03 Part A Why is it important to enable adult service users to talk about their past experiences, and how can this be achieved? When might it not be appropriate for care workers to encourage people to recall their pasts? Throughout Block 2, people receiving care share their life stories...
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  • k101 tma02
    are and the costing of each service to individuals. This will be supported with evidence presented in the materials provided in K101, units 2 – 4. Access to primary health care is generally very rapid and easily accessible to each and every individual; it is up to the individual to decide whether...
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  • tma 02
    University (2010), K101, An introduction to health and social care, Block 1, who cares?, Milton Keynes: The Open University-No author TMA 02 Part B Care skills: Developing care relationships • Supporting Julie in...
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  • What might be some of the difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member? Use examples from Unit 1 to illustrate your answer.
    personally and socially, outweigh the rewards and make this an extremely demanding and unappreciated life choice. Word Count: 836 References The Open University, 2013, K101 An Introduction to Health and Social care, Block 1, Unit 1 TMA 01 – Part B Developing essay writing...
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  • Difficulties and rewards for being a carer for a family member
    ). TMA 01, Part B. Developing essay writing skills Essay writing was the part I was most worried about in studying k101. I have not done essay writing since leaving secondary school. To gain an understanding of what I needed to do to produce a high standard essay, I read chapter 10 of...
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  • tma1
    Tma 1 What might be some of the difficulties and rewards of being a carer for a family member? Use examples from unit 1 to illustrate your answer. In this essay I will explore the term 'carer'. Introduce you to Ann and Angus who are the case study from k101 unit 1...
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  • reward and difficulties of being a carer
    responsibilities of a carer like washing toileting and all personal activities and all his medical needs. Ann walker illustrated that ‘’she did not see herself as a carer but as a wife, mother and a daughter’’ k101 unit 1 pg 6 She was facing challenges such as isolation, serious financial worries. While...
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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 who...
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  • Ann an Carer
    , Unit 1, Video 1.2, Part 2), can lead to her feeling inadequate when she feels she is not coping, and can add to the risk of depression. The approach to health care has changed significantly in recent years, shifting from a biomedical approach (K101, Unit 2, p92) with the patient taking a passive...
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  • Open University K101 Tma
    for people who are in complete denial about the fact they’ve got anything wrong with them at all, right through to people who instead of managing their diabetes in order to live their lives, live their lives in order to manage their diabetes.’ (K101, audio 2, 5, section 1). -- page two...
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  • Carer
    to target their resources, but they also exclude people who fall below their threshold (K101, Unit 1.2, p.22). REFERENCES 1. http://www.walthamforest.gov.uk/index/care/caring[ Accessed 19 February 2011] 2. The Open University (2010) K101 an Introduction to Health And Social Care...
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  • Why Can It Be Difficult to Decide Whether Someone Is Carer
    Recognising that a person is a carer depends on how they label themselves. However, the advantages of being recognised as an official carer is the reciprocating of help and support either practically or financially by the government (K101, Unit 1, and p.18). Identifying the person as a carer can...
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  • TMA3
    (K101 audio 1.2 parts 2). Ann has spent 6 years caring for Angus. It appears to become quite difficult for Ann as his condition deteriorates and he requires more and more of Ann’s time. Ann loved her job and the social aspect of being around other people. This demand on Ann’s...
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  • Miss
    In this essay I will be discussing the case study in K101 block 1 unit 1 of Ann, 37 the daughter of Angus, 79 who has Parkinson disease her daughter Zoe 12 a student and Bob her husband. Parkinson’s disease is a condition which affects about one in 500 people in the UK it is the results of a loss...
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  • Tma01 K101
    cause huge financial worries for those families - a good example I have of this came from Activity 12 when I looked closely at a care situation which was ‘closer to home’ - Robert Shire, cared for his wife for 2 years while she battled terminal cancer, had they still lived within the UK their...
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  • What constitutes a good physical environment for care and support and why is it so important? Illustrate your answer by analysing at least two Block 4 care settings.
    ’ (K101, Block 4, Unit 13, pg. 11). Support is to have basic functionality that ‘enables’ people/ service users. ‘Where care settings work well they are said to be ‘enabling’. An enabling environment is one that facilitates key aspects of everyday living, allowing people to make choices. A disabling...
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  • mr hans
    overall Suggested breakdown: Part 1, 1000 words; Part 2, 300 words; Part 3, 200 words. (Refer to the guidance on word counts in Section 1.7.) Part 1 (75 marks) Much of your work on Part 1 of each of TMAs 02–06 will involve applying module concepts to a real organisation that you are familiar...
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  • What Challenges Do Indiviuals Face
    ) The DWP recognises that the word carer “means someone who looks after a friend or relative or neighbour who needs support because of their age or disability” (Direct Gov 2006 quoted in K101 Book 1 Unit 1) From all evidence I feel that a carer is someone who may not be paid a salary for...
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