http://cfaonline.asu.edu/beatles E-mail preferred: mus354 email@example.com The Beatles • John Hannon – vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, song writer • Paul McCartney – vocals, bass, guitar, keyboards, song writer • George Harrison – (Jazz), vocals, lead guitar, song writer (“something”) • Richard Starkey (Ringo Starr) – vocals, drums • Left-handed: Paul and Ringo Paul is a perfectionist Ringo – short, more like
The law will not tolerate any breeches in the policies set out. Any breeches will be regarded as misconduct except for serious offences as discrimination, bullying or victimisation will be treated as misconduct and may lead to disciplinary action including dismissal from employment without notice.
2. Working according to the agreed ways means following the organisation’s policy and procedures in relation to pressure areas. It also means following the individual care plans and respecting the instructions in place. For example making sure a resident is turned every two hours, applying Cavilon cream on areas; fill in turning charts, prompt fluid intake. Under the duty of care a care assistant must always be aware of and raise concerns regarding possible pressure areas. Always record information in care plans accurately and in confidentiality.
1.1 Explain the importance of a holistic approach to assessment and planning of care or support.
I achieve this within my role by ensuring residents and their families are informed, kept up to date and by providing clear choices. I will act as an advocate on behalf of the young people in my care, to ensure they are represented and heard.
The average number of breakdowns from the simulation trials was 1.93 with a standard deviation of 0.20. No. of breakdowns per week
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 is the primary piece of legislation covering work-related health and safety. It sets out a lot of your employer’s responsibilities for your health and safety at work.
Looking at the outcomes, which are the result of the support plan, these include inputs, outputs and outcomes. In simplified terms, these items look like:
The Social Model of disability came about through the disability movement and other organisation campaigning for equal rights, opportunities and choices for disabled people. The social model of disability recognises that any problem of disability are created by society and its institution and that The Discrimination Acts are tools to help to improve the response of society to disability, also a wheel chair user is not hampered by their disability but by lack of adequate access to buildings. The social model may impact upon our practise as we would provide inclusive environments as a starting point for all children. The Scope website stated ‘The social model of disability says that disability is caused by the way
-3 x 1.66 pts. = minus 5 pts. = 45 pts. out of 50 pts. = 90%
Mental illness in this manner is the belief that such illnesses can be identified and classified (As in the DSM & ICD)
2. Describe the pattern of growth in the “Number of people told” column for both Scenario A and Scenario B.
A tenet of that theory is that enlightened egoists will recognize that socially responsible behavior will benefit them.
1. You recently retired from government contracting work and established a consulting company (fully consistent with government ethics laws and rules, of course) with the primary focus of advising potential government contractors and subcontractors. Mr. Johnny Jones, of The Johnny Jones Flooring and Construction Company has approached you with a question. Jones and his company are potential subcontractors (they, obviously, specialize in flooring) on a federal construction contract worth a little over two million dollars ($ 2,000,000.00) recently awarded to the Jimmy Smith Construction Company (Jimmy Smith, the prime contractor). Neither Johnny nor his company have ever been part of a government contract
Task 1 requires you to submit a written piece of work covering all learning outcomes (LO1s, LO2s & LO3s) with a reflective account embedded in the context of work.