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  • To Be a Famous Person

    to be‚ or not to be...a famous person?! " I think that this could be an interesting question‚ don’t you agree?! Nowadays‚ we are continually surrounded by news‚ or scoops about famous person that make normal people wishes to be one of them. I think that at least for a moment‚ anyone has dreamt to be a famous person!!! But‚ have you ever thought that maybe‚ "to be a famous person"‚ couldn’t be always how you imagine it?! Yes‚ we are always accustomed to see them lucky‚ beautiful‚ loved‚ full of wonderful

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  • Person and Individuals

    movement and positioning of an Individual. There are a number of conditions that can have an impact on the correct movement and positioning of a person‚ for example: arthritis‚ people that suffer with arthritis will often have stiff joins and find it hard to do a lot of movements. Amputation‚ the loss of a limb for example a leg can affect the way a person moves about‚ they may need an artificial leg fitted but the benefits depend on were the leg was amputated. Outcome 2 Understand legislation

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  • Person Centred

    Standard 7 Person centred support Your Name: Workplace: Start Date: Completion Date: Contents 1. Promote person-centred values in everyday work 2. Working in a person-centred way 3. Recognising possible signs of dementia 4. Supporting active participation 5. Supporting an individual’s rights to make choices 6. Promoting spiritual and emotional well-being 7. Questions CIS Assessment Induction Workbook – Seven Page 2 of 37 Standard 7 Person centred support 1. Promote person centred values in everyday

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  • Person and People

    But can we have a such feeling for a person who doesn’t respect hirself?I think that we are treated in the same way that we think that deserve.A person who knows her value‚who has her own ideas about life and know how to made from them a reality always will be succesfull‚surrounded of people who listen to her‚who appreciate her like a personality.relationships always are based on the same values:respect‚understanding and patience and when you meet a new person don’t ferget about it.Selfconfidence

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  • Individual and Person

    movement and positioning of an individual There are many conditions that can impact on movement and positioning of people. People with arthritis normally have stiff painful joints and are limited movement in certain areas. When moving or positioning a person it is important to take care doing this so there is reduced pain and discomfort. Some people may suffer from cerebral palsy‚ as a result of this‚ some of their muscles may be contracted or joints will be causing a fixed rigid limb. Anyone who is looking

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  • Characteristics of a Person

    positive and negative consequences of our actions‚ and deciding whether the ‘reward’ is worth the ‘cost’. This ability to predict consequences of our actions isn’t shared by the lower animals‚ and is pivotal in making the distinction between a person and a non-person. We have the ability to justify our beliefs and actions and to enter into reasoned dialogue with others. Rationality also leads to the ability to evaluate experience and draw logical‚ considered conclusions which will influence our actions

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  • Person Perception

    PERSON PERCEPTION * Refers to the different mental processes that we use to form judgments and draw conclusions about the characteristics and motives of other people. Variables that give impact to person perception: 1. Characteristics of the person you are observing. 2. Context of the situation. 3. Own personal characteristics. Based of our impressions are: 1. Roles and social norms 2. Physical cues 3. Salience of the information Primary Effect * The

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  • Description of a person

    Description of a person Jerry‚ My Boyfriend It is only when an individual gets to know a person on a deeper level that he or she can actually appreciate and value that person’s inner beauty. Although physical attraction is important--and it is the first impression one always gets--it does not express an individual’s inner attributes. My boyfriend‚ Jerry‚ represents both internal and external beauty. Jerry is not as towering as Michael Jordan; however‚ he is not as short as Michael J. Fox

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  • Person Centred

    Implement person centred approaches in health and social care 1.1 Define person-centred values. 1.2 Explain why it is important to work in away that embeds person centred values. The underlying purpose of “Person-centred values” is to ensure that the individual needing care is placed at the very centre of the decision making process about their life‚ the services and support they want and need. Therefore‚ under this strict system‚ the person is always placed at the very centre of the planning

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  • Person Centred

    Things to consider person centred to the individual Things I would like to learn For example writing‚ cooking‚ swimming learning about a chosen subject. Work‚ training‚ day time activities What I would like to do during the day; would I like to go to college if so what course would I be interested in doing‚ interests‚ voluntary work‚ community activities. Having fun Holidays‚ places to go‚ leisure‚ hobbies‚ interests and how would I get there. Communication How should people communicate

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