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To achieve this unit a learner must:
Understand complementary therapies that can be used by users of health and social care services 2.
Understand the role of complementary therapies in relation to orthodox treatment 3.
Understand the role of complementary therapies in maintaining health and wellbeing
P1 – explain the factors which affect access to complementary therapies (IE3; IE4; CT2; CT4)
P2 – explain how the use of complementary therapies is regulated P3 – explain the principles and practices of complementary therapies (CT4) P4 – explain the role of complementary therapies in relation to orthodox treatments (IE3; CT2; CT4) P5 – explain the advantages and disadvantages of complementary therapies in maintaining health and wellbeing (IE3; CT2; CT4) Merit
M1 – discuss complementary therapies that are available for users of health and social care services M2 – compare the role of two complementary therapies with those of more orthodox treatments M3 – discuss the role of complementary in maintaining health and wellbeing Distinction
D1 – evaluate the role of two complementary therapies
D2 – evaluate the effectiveness of two complementary therapies in maintaining health and wellbeing
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Scenario – a new complementary therapy clinic has opened and you’re appointed as the marketing manager for the clinic. Complete the following tasks to create the marketing information needed to establish the clinic and inform local people of the services that you offer.
1a.You need to produce an information booklet (in A4 format) covering a range of complementary and alternative therapies (CAM) that can be used in health and social care. The booklet should include a description of two factors which influence access from the list below: (P1) Physical/geographic
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