K101 Tma1 Who Cares Essays and Term Papers

  • k101 tma06

     K101-14B TMA06 In what ways can ‘evidence-based’ care practice improve services? Discuss potential benefits and challenges of adopting an evidence-based approach. What sources of evidence, other than research, can inform practice? Illustrate your answer with examples from Block 5 of K101. 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 this...

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  • k101 tma01

    K101 The Difficulties and Rewards of Being a Family Carer Carer The current government definition of a Carer states that the word means someone who looks after a friend, relative or neighbour who needs support because of their sickness, age or disability. This does not mean a special care worker...

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  • Ann an Carer

    step-father Angus, who has Parkinson's Disease, but in the effect her caring duties have on her husband Bob, their daughter Zoe and on her own social life. When Ann made the decision to take over the care of her father when her mother died, she wasn't prepared for what was actually involved (K101, Resources...

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  • k101 tma01

    rewards of being a carer for a family member. ‘A carer is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to care for family or friends who could not manage without this help. This could be caring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems...

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  • Care with in the Family

    role of a carer because they want to help a relative in need. In 2001 a national census of UK households (K101, unit 1, page 38) reported that there were 6 million people in the UK providing unpaid care to a family member. In the context of Cavaye’s research study Ann Walker is one of these people. Like...

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  • k101

    In care work, how successful are outreach approaches and advocacy in engaging people who are socially excluded? In what ways might they not succeed? In this essay I will be discussing how successful outreach approaches and advocacy are in engaging people who are socially excluded. The term socially...

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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 of...

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  • Tma01 K101

    A carer is somebody who looks after a friend, relative or neighbour who needs support because of their sickness, age or disability (Direct Gov) although this is a very ‘loose’ definition giving that some carers do a lot more than others and their personal circumstances vary so it is sometimes difficult...

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  • TMA3

    a difference between helping a family member and living as a carer for a family member. In many cases the carer starts by helping but as the person who you are caring for becomes more dependent on help it changes to caring. Being a carer involves much more than helping but it can also have its own rewards...

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  • Throughout Block2, People receiving care share their life stories. Why are such accounts important and what do workers need to be aware of in encouraging people to talk about their past lives?

    how people receiving care may share their life stories and why these accounts are so important to us. I will also focus on what workers need to be aware of in encouraging people to talk about their past lives. Focusing on the case study of Jordan, who was taken into foster care at aged eighteen months...

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  • rough copy tma 01

    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 took on the care of her stepfather Angus McPhail, 79, on the...

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  • Miss

    The people who will be mainly focused on are Ann and Angus. Ann and Angus are based on a family used during research Joyce Cavaye did on carers in 2007. Angus is suffering with Parkinson’s disease, and Ann is his stepdaughter who used to work as a promotions assistant but gave up work to care for Angus...

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  • Nothing

    ECA Extending professional learning Introduction In my role as a childminder I am the key person who supports the children solely on my own. I have many responsibilities like from TMA1, where I compared my role to Lark children’s centre DVD 1. (Knight D, 2009).I look after children from the...

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  • k101

    K101 An introduction to health and social care TMA 01 Part A Introduction In this assignment I am going to look at the difficulties and rewards experienced by carers, especially those who care for a family member. I am going to look closely at the role of one such carer, a 37 year old woman called...

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  • TMA 01

    carer for a family member? Am I a carer? This is a question that Ann Walker asks herself. A carer is defined as “someone who looks after a friend, relative or neighbour who needs support because of their sickness, age or disability”. (The Open University, 2010, p. 16) This essay discusses the difficulties...

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  • dd101

    since the end of the twentieth century that the different aspects of care within families have gained public interest. The term ‘unpaid carer’ or more recently ‘carer’ was coined to refer to someone who specifically provided care to a person due to their sickness, age or disability. The vast impact...

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  • tma03

    In this assignment I aim to discuss life story work: which can provide the care worker, and care receiver a better understanding of each other’s needs, and provide the care worker with information that can help support the care receiver in the best way. The carer needs to possess certain skills sensitivity...

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  • Primary Carer

    the context of theoretical experiences. For this two examples I have taken into account my knowledge on what I have learnt so far whilst studying the k101 and K113 Course. Knowledge such as the Social Policy, The law and values and ethics held within the Code of Practice. PARENTAL ROLE Through becoming...

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  • Should Children Who Commit Crimes Be Seen as Responsible for Their Actions?

    U212 TMA1 Should children who commit crimes be seen as responsible for their actions? Essay Plan Introduction ▪ What is a child? ▪ Children and crime ▪ Explanation of essay Main ▪ The scientific approach ▪ The social constructionist approach ▪ The applied approach ...

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