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  • The Residents and Neighbors - 331 Words
    My Neighbors We can choose our friends but not our neighbors. So we have to live with our neighbors whether we like them or not. There is an old wise saying, love your neighbors as you have your self. No doubt, good neighbors is blessing. I live in a town. All the residents have settled here quite recently. Most of them are them are educated people who have shifted here from the over crowded parts of the old city. Just in front of our house lives Mr. Ahmed, a retired government servant. He...
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  • The Castilian Resident Handbook - 8828 Words
    THE CASTILIAN - Resident Handbook Welcome to Austin, Texas and The Castilian. We are pleased to have you as a resident and hope you enjoy living here. As a residence hall near a university campus, we understand that our residents are adults seeking academic and social growth. While we strive to help you achieve those goals here at The Castilian, we must also set forth some guidelines. As in any community, we have basic guidelines to ensure your safety and the safety of others. This handbook will...
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  • City of Riverside Resident - Stakeholder Presentations
    City of Resident # 1 - Good (morning), (afternoon), (evening) Kardell Paper Company board of directors. Kardell Paper Co. has been a good company, employing 500 people from our town. You have always complied with regulatory agencies, and have been compliant with releasing only very small quantities of sonox. Test showed there were higher concentrations at Kardell Paper Company’s discharge point; however you remain compliant with regulations. Yes, we realize that you are not the only company...
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  • Resident Rights in Long Term Care Facilities
    Resident Rights in Long Term Care Facilities GEN/200 August 22nd, 2011 Resident Rights in Long Term Care Facilities A number of people in society feel that as people begin to age that they need to be placed into a long term care facility. While some caregivers believe that residents should have limited rights, resident rights are a necessity in a long term care setting and incorporate values and ethics. Resident rights provide privacy and confidentiality for the resident they...
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  • introduction letter - 1836 Words
    Monica Zimmerman Module 9 1) An oral temperature is taken in the mouth when a resident has no difficulty holding a thermometer in the mouth. To get an accurate temperature a person must be able to breathe through the nose. A rectal temperature is taken when the thermometer is placed in the anus, when you cannot take an oral temperature on a person. Never take an oral temperature if a person is confused or disorientated, cannot breathe with the mouth closed, is unconscious, has seizures, is on...
    1,836 Words | 7 Pages
  • Placement Reflection - 1418 Words
    Placement Reflection Pembroke Residential Home, Saltburn 10/02/14 Today was my first day on placement at Pembroke Residential home in Saltburn. When I first arrived I was a little nervous as I didn’t know anybody and I wasn’t sure on what to do because I didn’t know their routine. The pressure eased off a bit after the first hour because another student came in as she was doing her block placement and I was told to just follow what she did as she had been before and knew what she was doing....
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  • care values - 484 Words
    Care values essay. The croft house care home is a nice and lovely place where elderly people who are just old or have hearing and sight problems can feel safe and get the right care for them. It also allows their families and friends to go and visit any day between 9am till bedtime which is usually 9pm this is good because it will let the residents catch up and see new faces. Croft house sometimes takes day trips to the shops or even the cost this is good because it lets them see new place...
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  • Duty of Care - 1606 Words
    Duty of Care and Health Unit 205 To Megan, Am just replying to your letter about what’s involved in Care work so u have a better idea about it before you decide whether to apply or not. There’s a lot of duties involved in Care work, you must be able to act in the best interests of the residents for example, be able to assist them with dressing and undressing, help them to the toilet, make sure you’re feeding them well and that you give them plenty of fluids. If they’re not able to do it...
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  • ParticipantObservation - 1203 Words
    Running Head: PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION Participant Observation Ana Camarillo Introduction to Sociology December 1, 2014 Instructor: Valerie Gunhus Introduction The purpose of this assignment is to give us a perspective of what it is like to engage in an objective analysis of a real social setting. The place where I decided to do my participant observation was at a nursing home while I watched the CNAs as well as nurses do their job and watched the residents as well. I decided to...
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  • Roles of a CNA - 414 Words
    Roles of a CNA CNAs spend more time with the resident than any other staff member. They are the eyes and ears of the healthcare team. Observing any changes in the resident’s conditions and reporting them is a very important role. The Cna is In charge of charting any information about the resident. For example the roles the Cna follow everyday is never different, they help the residents get dressed and they help them be safe throughout the facility, they encourage them to eat and...
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  • Reflective writing - 1307 Words
    Reflective writing One shift during the night At 19.50 I walk thru the entrance to my work place to begin my night shift. The first thing I did was to sign in in the fire booklet. Because we have to according to the health and safety at work act in case there is a fire and if there is a fire, I am in charge according to the policy at the work place and need to know who is in the building in case of a fire. Around the corner the staff was waiting, RN and carer, to give a rapport so they could...
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  • NVQ 2 ERR- Employment Rights and Responsibilities
    Task A Ai) Staff, Government websites and up to date books.Aii) a) Sickness, Holiday allowance and Hours of work. b) Health and safety at work act, Employment right act and the equality act. Aiii) Employment law exists to uphold the rights of the employer and their employees and to prevent any exploitation. Task B Bi) In the terms and conditions, it describes a few things. Here are only a few. The first being the hours of work and how it will be worked. I am full time and therefore...
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  • task d old deanary
    Amy Dawn Task D Shock Floods the Nation After Care Home Abuse and Neglect On the 26th of February 2014 The Old Deanery Care Home had an unannounced inspection from the Care Quality Commission (CQC). This inspection was carried out after the BBCs panorama went undercover with one person posing as a care worker with a hidden camera on her person, as well as hidden cameras in certain resident’s rooms. What they discovered would shock and horrify the nation. The hidden cameras revealed...
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  • principles of personal development - 735 Words
    202 Principles of personal development Task A List 2 standards for the following: Confidentiality and sharing information: Data Protection act 1998 Not to discus personal information about a member of staff/resident with another member of staff or resident Equality and diversity Sex discrimination act 1975 Equal pay act Health and safety Regular manual handling training Heath and safety at work act 1974 Personal development On-going training Care Standards Act 2000...
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  • Reflective Account - 2596 Words
    REFLECTIVE ACCOUNT UNIT 6 ROLE OF A HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE WORKER AT 7.15AM I CLOCK IN AND TAKE MY COAT AND BAG OFF AND LOCK THEM IN MY LOCKER SO I AM READY TO START MY SHIFT STRAIGHT AWAY, EVEN THOUGH I SOMETIMES SOCIALISE WITH SOME OF THE STAFF I WORK WITH I ENSURE I AM IN THE RIGHT FRAME OF MIND TO WORD PROFFESIONALLY WITH THEM AND NOT PERSONALLY SO THAT WE ARE ABLE TO WORK AS PART OF A TEAM AND ARE ABLE TO DO THE JOBS THAT WE ARE EMPLOYED TO DO, THEN I WILL WALK INTO THE DINING...
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  • unit 202 - 344 Words
    Unit 202 Outcome 1 1. My duties and responsibilities as a support worker are to, prepare meals for residents, to support residents with room cleans, to prompt residents with their personal care, attend appointments with the residents, to support going out into the community with the residents, to support with personal shopping, to handle the safe/medication keys when senior is not on shift, to be in control of residents money when senior is not on shift, to complete medication rounds at set...
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  • work in partnership - 3863 Words
    1.1 A partnership is an arrangement between two or more groups, organizations or individuals to work together to achieve common aims and goals. For the partnership to be effective in achieving its aims and goals partners should; Have an agreed and shared vision and aims for their working together at a strategic and operational level, and will have ensured that partners understand their roles. The sharing of aims and an agreed strategic purpose will continue to allow for diversity in the aims...
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  • inclusive /excluded practice - 387 Words
     Brief Account that describes examples of inclusive practice I work in a Residential home for people with disabilities. In my everyday work I always work inclusive practice. Some examples of this are. Discussing menus with the six residents in the bungalow where I work, every resident gets a choice of one meal for the week. If they are physically able they assist with the preparation and cooking of the meals and laying the tables. This gets them involved in their...
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  • Crisis at Rocky Mountain Mutual Housing Association
    Rocky Mountain Mutual Housing Association ("the Mutual") was a not-for-profit affordable housing organization incorporated in Denver, Colorado, in April 1992. The Mutual was founded for the purpose of acquiring, developing, and managing affordable multi-family housing to meet a growing social need for low cost affordable housing. The idea of "mutual housing" was based on a European residential model which provided permanent housing to anyone who was motivated to meet the obligations and...
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  • Unit 206 understand the role of the social woker
    206 Understand the role of the Social Care Worker Task A Ai: Three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship are: A working relationship is a relationship that remains professional within the workplace where as a personal relationship you may spend time with someone out of work hours. A personal relationship is a relationship in which information sharing is unlimited yet a working relationship information sharing is on a need to know basis with...
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  • Communication And Interpersonal Interaction Barriers
    Barriers How this is a barrier for effective communication and interpersonal interaction Within the home there are some residents which permanently live in the home, whilst the home is also a day centre which other residents visit on set days of the week This would be a barrier for effective communication because the residents within the home will have formed friendships and will know each other well as they live with each other and will be very familiar. Other residents that visit the day...
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  • Barangay Community Record - 717 Words
    Tarlac State University College of Computer Studies Barangay Community Record (Brgy. Caramutan, La Paz, Tarlac) Members: Duran, Kamille Ann E. Reyes, Kim Wilbert M. Trinidad, Michael Adam E. Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Information technology refers to the collection of tools that make it easier to use, create, manage and exchange information. One of the exciting ways in which the computer serve as a general service tool is in the field of...
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  • How Would You Characterize the Director’s Behavior?
    1. What are some potential legal and ethical issues present in this case study? One potential legal problem is that Mark did not use the money they way that it was intended to be used and budgeted for. Another legal problem was Mark eliminated safety features from the pool that could have and would have prevented injury to the residents of Acre Woods Retirement Community. Finally, Sarah could have legal recourse against Mark depending on the reason he gave her for removing her from her...
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  • Community Illness Solution - 519 Words
    Dear Community, There has been an odd rise in similar and extensive illnesses in not only adults but children as well. This is becoming quite a concern for many of the residents in this community because that just means a rise in their chances of catching the illness to. If our community does not resolve the problem as soon as possible it will continue to spread and possibly affect the entire community. Upon further investigation into the reasoning or cause of this problem, I have found a...
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  • Gentrification Essay - 846 Words
    The documentary, Flag Wars, takes a look at the two groups of people in Columbus, Ohio going through a period of competition and war. The African Americans who are currently living in the community are in danger of losing their home to the new white and gay residents who want to restore the area with new homes. This creates gentrification because it causes some of the long-time residents of the community to lose their home when they can’t afford to pay for it anymore. I believe that...
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  • Dinner Eating Habits of the University of the Philippines Kalayaan Residence Hall Dormers
    Dinner Eating Habits of the University of the Philippines Kalayaan Residence Hall Dormers by Famisan, John Paul Javier, Humility Malazo, Jeffrey Matiling, Charissa Serrano, Elaine Joy May 2012 Dinner Eating Habits of the University of the Philippines Kalayaan Residence Hall Dormers In general terms, food is anything edible, gives satisfaction, and comprises almost the budget of the family. When we are confronted by a strange plant or animal, the first question that enters our...
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  • Promote person centred approaches in he
    Promote person centred approaches in health and social care 1.0 Understand the application of person centred approaches in health and social care 1.2 Evaluate the use of care plans in applying person centred values. Care plans outlines every piece of information known about each individual person, from allergies to what hair colour they have. All medical information and next of kin etc. When done properly you should be able to read each care plan and gain inside knowledge into each and every...
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  • Pwcs 36 - 2050 Words
    UNDERSTAND THE APPLICATION OF PERSON-CENTERED APPROACHES IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE Task 1: Person centred approaches in adult social care • Person Centred care means to build everything I am doing in the care home around those I am caring for. It involves people taking control and planning of their own support and care. Some key values in person centred care are: o Treating people as individuals o Supporting people to access their rights o Supporting people to exercise choice o...
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  • home and college culture - 533 Words
    When Home Culture Meets College Culture (Essay) Transitioning from a hard worker for over fifteen years to a college student, it has been an interesting experience. I have been in the process of changing my career for almost two years now. One of the reasons for this is because, after working in the construction field for many years, the economy has made it very difficult to continue working steadily. “Who Built the Pyramids?” Is a story by Terkel Studs. Studs was able to follow and document...
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  • Communication - 908 Words
    Unit CU1515 Introduction to Communication in Health and Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Setting- Question and Answer Session Name of Candidate: ASHANI DISSANAYAKALAGE..................................................... |Learning outcomes |Assessment criteria 1.1 | | |Question: Describe 8 reasons why residents communicate to you...
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  • Resident's Rights - 271 Words
    Facilities we get while living in an apartment • Living in an apartment allows us to remain independent as long as possible in an environment that maximizes our autonomy, dignity, privacy, and safety, as well as emphasizes family and community involvement. • We are allowed to keep small pets. • Visitors are allowed at any time during the day, and overnight guests at the discretion of the resident. • Assistance with daily living activities (bathing, dressing, eating,...
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  • Letter of Dissatisfaction over Poor Maintenance
    Nur Ain Hamsani Resident of Orchid View, Jalan Mutiara, ------------------------------------------------- 57200 Kuala Lumpur. District Council of Kuala Lumpur, 47900 Kuala Lumpur. Dear Sir, Dissatisfaction over Poor Maintenance With reference to the above, as a last resort on behalf of the residents of Orchid View, I would like to complain that our neighbourhood has poor maintenance since last few months. 2. Our neighbourhood in which we live in used to be a pleasant place....
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  • Brookwood Florida - 2037 Words
    Caitlin Stanland Abnormal Psychology Every second of the day a child is born. Some are lucky enough to belong to good families that provide love and care but unfortunately there are some children that are brought into dysfunctional and unloving families. As a child grows up, hopefully they are taught right from wrong but for some they are not. Every child needs a place that they can call home but for some, home is where they would rather not be. Thankfully there are better...
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  • Nursing Home Visit - 532 Words
    As I visited RSL Anzac Village, Narraben, I have outlined the nurses performing their roles in communication and safety practice in a professional working environment. As I was bought up in Nepal, I was really surprised with my expectation comparing to what I have seen. In this reflective writing I am going to explain about how does my expectation meet the obesevatation communication and safety features. In my imagination, RSL could have been a hospital with many nurses, doctors and very...
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  • Meeting with an Mla - 687 Words
    Taking time off his busy schedule, Powai and Chandivili MLA Mohammed Arif Naseem Khan sat down to discuss a few of the issues at hand in his constituency and his corresponding plans of action. A member of the Congress Party, Naseem Khan is also a former Minister of State for Home, and currently holds the positions of State Cabinet minister for Textiles and Minorities Development. When quizzed about the whether he gets time to personally meet residents and welfare organizations in his...
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  • 202 - 488 Words
    Introduction to personal development in health and social care (unit 4222-202) Outcome 1 1) The duties and responsibilities of my role is to provide holistic care to the residents and their families. This may include providing hygiene needs like toileting and bathing, but may also include emotional support. My role also requires me to provide an environment that is is safe and nurturing for the resident so that they are safe from harm and abuse from themselves and others around them. 2) The...
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  • Business Ethics - 1213 Words
    CASE STUDY: HELPING PATIENTS AT PLAINFIELD HEALTHCARE CENTER Question 1 Is it unethical for the managers of Plainfield Healthcare Centre to honour their white patients’ requests to be helped only by members of their own race? Was Brenda Chaney subjected to a ‘hostile workplace’ on the basis of her race? Did the managers of Plainfield Healthcare Centre unethically discriminate against Chaney? It is unethical for the managers of Plainfield Healthcare Centre to honour their white patients’...
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  • Acre Woods Retirement Community Case Study
    Axia College Material Appendix D Acre Woods Retirement Community Case Study Acre Woods is a private retirement community with 275 senior residents. Its mission is to improve the quality of life of its residents through physical and emotional care. Sarah Armstrong, Acre Woods’ resident physical therapist, manages the retirement community’s activity program. Recently, Acre Woods added a pool to its rehabilitation center to facilitate resident exercise and aquatic therapy. The residents’...
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  • Small Towns Have an Wmplified Sense of Community
    Small towns generally have an amplified sense of community. The neighbors are more likely to have relationships with one another, outside of merely passing them by occasionally. As a former resident of a small town, and a current resident of a substantially larger city I feel as though I can recognize the merits of both. I grew up in a very small town, where most of the residents either knew of one another or knew of one another. All of my neighbors knew me, and some of...
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  • Strength Analysis - 730 Words
    Writing Assignment #1 – Strengths Analysis Throughout my life, I have faced with many challenges. From those challenges, I have come to learn that life is testing and forcing me to build more positive characteristics to become stronger each day. Hence, I can be ready to deal with more obstacles in my future career as an international tax accountant. According to The Clifton Strengths Finder assessment, my three strengths are “responsible”, which I demonstrated when I worked as a resident...
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  • Winterbourne - 446 Words
    Winterbourne View In 2011 Panorama carried out an undercover investigation at Winterbourne View, a private hospital which provided assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for people with learning disabilities. During the filming for the documentary the undercover film crew witnessed staff repeatedly assaulting and harshly restraining residents under chairs. The staff were also witnessed giving cold punishment showers, they left one resident outside in zero temperatures and poured...
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  • nvq3 health care 303 c
    Daniel Cash- Nvq3 Health and Social Care Assignment 303 Ci Everyone is born into this world by the choice of the parents, no one asked for it. And so we all have no choice into which country we are born, who our parents are, what sex we are, and the colour of our skin. But all of these factors combined give us our culture. It makes us who we are. As we grow older our parents or peers instil us with a set of beliefs, moral and social, and this stays with us up to the age where we are able to...
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  • analyse the essential features of information sharing agreements within and between organisations
    Use and develop systems that promote communication. 4 Be able to use systems for effective information management. 4.2 Analyse the essential features of information sharing agreements within and between organisations. I understand that Certain information will need to be shared between Staff and outside organisations and that information can only be disclosed if it is in the residents best interests or for the protection of others or in the interest of public health, investigation, or if...
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  • Service Project on Aging of the Elderly
    Service Learning Paper My choice for the service learning project was a retirement community called Westminster Thurber Community. I chose this community because of its location at 717 Neal Ave. Columbus, OH 43215. I attended a total of four two-to-three hour days during the month of February and March. The dates and times are listed in order; 2/26 from 2pm-5pm, 2/28 from 3pm-5pm, 3/10 from 3pm-5pm, and finally 3/31 from 2pm-5pm. I showed up rain or shine always about fifteen minutes early so...
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  • Assignment 202 Dimploma Level 2
    Assignment 202 – Principles of Personal Development Task A Ai) Principles of the data protection act and GSCC code of practice. Aii) Equality Acts codes of practice and CQC essential standards. Aiii) Health and safety regulation, COSHH and RIDDOR and CQC essential standards. Aiv) GSCC cod of practice and CQC essential standards. Av) Safeguarding Adults 2005 and Safeguarding Vulnerable Adult Groups Act 2006. Avi) A PDP is just another name for a plan of action, only this...
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  • Hsc 451 - 1336 Words
    EVIDENCE NO: 10 DATE: IDENTIFY EVIDENCE TYPE DIRECT OBSERVATION  REFLECTIVE ACCOUNT  QUESTIONS  EXPERT WITNESS  PRODUCT  WITNESS TESTIMONY  CANDIDATE NAME: (HSC451) EVIDENCE The homes policy is that every member of staff has an appraisal 13 weeks after they start in Beechgrove then every year after that it is according to the national care standards and the care commission requirement. The purpose of the appraisal is so that the member of staff can...
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  • Thesis Questionnaire - 1199 Words
    An Interview on ALTERING LIFE CONDITION AT RIVER BANK THRU RIVER REHABILITATION: THE EXPERIENCE IN ESTERO DE PACO Questionnaire for the Residents I. PROFILE Direction: Answer the following by putting a check mark (() on the box provided that corresponds to your answer. (Sagutin ang mga sumusunod sa pamamagitan ng paglalagay ng tsek (() sa mga angkop na kahon.) 1. Age [ ] Below 26 years old [ ] 46-55 [ ] 26-35 [ ] 56 and Above...
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  • Duties of a Cna - 1980 Words
    Wade Turrentine Mr. Kucharik College Comp I 11/15/09 The Duties of a Certified Nurse Aide A Process Paper Being a Certified Nurse Aide (C N A) is an extremely rewarding experience. You discover a whole new side of yourself when you’re at work. It allows you to be able to handle many more somewhat disgusting situations by knowing that the person receiving this care is in need of it. This is due to the fact that they either can’t care for themselves or have a disease that...
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  • Types of business communication - 900 Words
    Avon Cliff care home This case is much closer to home; in fact it is just round the corner from us and had always been considered one of the most expensive and smart care homes in Bournemouth. This case caused quite a lot of gossip around the local care community, but in its way is no different to Winterbourne, just because it was money and no violence was involved does not make the case any less more terrible, in fact in many ways it is worse. The manager took the residents money to help...
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  • Jourals - 427 Words
    So far for my Graduation Project I have worked quite a bit communicating between people and trying to get events arranged. My graduation project is going to be on Geriatric Nursing and my product will be in two parts. First I will host a Blood Drive at Southwood Nursing Center on April 11th which I have already arranged with Southwood and the hospital in Clinton. Secondly I will gather items from church, family and friends to take to Southwood and be distributed among the residents. I became a...
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  • Nursing Home - 1507 Words
    I am seeking to find a home for my 76 year old Grandfather Leroy. It is becoming increasingly difficult for him to take care of himself and no family members are available to take care of him as it is becoming a full time job. He was diagnosed with colon cancer a few years back and his disease, in conjunction with chemotherapy, has taken away his capacity to care for himself. He was also recently diagnosed with Parkinson¡¯s disease. The name of the Nursing home that I chose to evaluate is the...
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  • Err Task B Your Work Role
    Task B- Your work role Describe the information which needs to be shown on your pay slips/statement. Personal information eg. Name and date of birth Total pay – your full pay before any tax or National Insurance has been taken off Any deductions which change from payday to payday eg. tax and National Insurance, and what the deductions are for. The total amount of pay that you will come out with after deductions National Insurance number Tax code The tax period Pay rate A breakdown...
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  • Use & develop system to promote communication
    USE AND DEVELOP SYSTEMS THAT PROMOTE COMMUNICATION (F/602/2335) 1.1 Review the range of groups and individual whose communication needs must be addressed in own job role Communication with doctor’s surgery is vital & crucial in our setting. Residents’ & family alike are dependent on us to immediately recognise any sign & symptoms of any type of illness. They will be able to recognise an illness if we will be able to give them signs or symptoms of the residents as we are the one who should...
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  • Theoritical Framework - 608 Words
    rame Theoretical Framework Of The Study This section, deals with the different variables: independent variable (input), dependent variable (output) and intervening variable (process) of the proposed study and to show their relationship with one another. It includes paradigm or the model representing the framework of the study theoretically. The paradigm would show the difference between the existing and the proposed system Input-Process-Output diagram. Existing System...
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  • Business Research Ethics - 723 Words
     Business Research Ethics Chris Swartz RES/351 Kim Gravelle October 27, 2014 One research project that I am familiar with is one that had happened at my place of employment. This project was about adding sewer lines to the township where I work. The township supervisors had contacted several companies to do the work, and also several different agencies to make sure that the work that was being done was being done correctly. The issue that came to light was the repayment for the...
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  • Mr. Rogers - 506 Words
    Cynthia Liberiste 03/20/2013 Period 1 I grew up in a community named North Miami located. My upbringing developed my core beliefs of religion, family, loyalty, compassion and honesty. It also taught me that all things worthwhile require hard work. Becoming a Neonatal Nurse through school will prove challenging and intense, but has the lifelong reward of a career that has meaning and value to me. My goal is to become a Neonatal nurse specialist to obtain professional, hands on experiences...
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  • Hsm/240 Final - 1805 Words
    HSM/240 Creating a Social Program June 17, 2012 Hope Tree Introduction Although it may not be cost effective now, young adults with more adequate life skills will have a more positive effect on society as a whole. Hope Tree is a community based social program creating a safety net for young adults about to “age out” of the foster or group home system. For these youth with already troubled pasts of neglect, abuse, and abandonment issues; running as far and as fast from the system seems...
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  • Unit 4222 - 302 - 1020 Words
    LUCILLE L. QUESADA UNIT 4222-302 ENGAGE IN PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IN HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN’S AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS ( SHC 32 ) OUTCOME 1 Understand what is required for competence in own work role • As a care worker we must follow all the rules and regulations regarding the policy of social care or what so called legislation. We should practice the high quality standard of care, always make it appoint that we do our job safe and properly with...
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  • Evaluate the Influence of Two Major Theories of Ageing on Health and Social Care Service Provision
    The impacts of The Activity Theory and The Disengagement Theory on health and social care Occupational Therapy and the Activity Theory Occupational Therapy is influenced by The Activity Theory because it helps to promote independence. An OT’s typical day would be that they teach their patient a self-care task i.e. dressing, grooming or personal hygiene. They could also teach their patients therapeutic activities such as balance, coordination or a reaching task, or help them with a therapeutic...
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  • Volunteering at Saunders House - 493 Words
    An Unforgettable Experience Last summer, as part of my high school graduation project, I volunteered at Saunders House nursing home. I choose this experience because it was something that I had never done before and I wanted to lend a helping hand. When I first came up with the idea of volunteering at a nursing home, I wanted to help out with activities and meet with some of the residents. At first it was challenging because I was extremely shy; however after getting to know the residents a...
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  • Human Development Adult Observation
    Linda Garcia December 9, 2011 Human Development Professor Mary True On Site Observation Project: Late Adult Development The site that I choose to observe was a Bethany Assisted Living center in my hometown of Duarte, California. It is a facility that is run by the Carmelite nuns who take pride in their mission of "At the Service of the Family for Life” and providing quality care with compassion and a profound respect for the dignity of life of all. Elderly residents receive supportive...
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  • Types of Surveys - 1003 Words
    Types of Surveys QNT/561 - Applied Business Research and Statistics 5. In the following situations, decide whether you would use a personal interview, telephone survey, or self-administered questionnaire. Give your reasons. a. A survey of the residents of a new subdivision on why they happened to select that area in which to live. You also wish to secure some information about what they like and do not like about life in the subdivision. To survey residents of a new subdivision, I...
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  • Unit 2 Health & Social Care
    Tim Ndowora Level 3 Diploma Health & Social care, Unit 2 1.1(Q) Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role: I have worked for Choice support for six years. I work in a homeless hostel which offers tenancy support along with signposting ,for residents to gain more indepth support. Westview House cater for twenty nine residents around substance misuse,...
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  • Cookies - 276 Words
    Hello Cookies, Welcome to the Martha Cook Building for the fall of 2010. We hope to be able to meet many of you on Move-in Day. Please stop by our ice cream station in the main hall that afternoon and let us serve you. We look forward to helping to make your experience at MCB this year a memorable one. You may not know that the Martha Cook Building is the only dorm on campus that is supervised by a Board of Governors consisting of five women who were formerly residents of MCB. The Board...
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