I have worked to safeguard children and promote their welfare, which includes protecting them from maltreatment or things that are bad for their health or development; and making sure they grow up in circumstances that allow safe and effective care. I work in partnership with service users to support social integration, empowering them to lead meaningful and purposeful lives: promoting health outcomes, resilience, peer support, employment opportunities and self-determination. I am excited at the possibility to develop new skills, undertake more training and willing to take on any new challenge such as urine screening and handling body fluid
The communication should be kind, corresponding to beneficiary, and respect protective. Thus, the beneficiary can feel that the care programs are helping them impressively, keeping their dignity in mind. ‘The dignity of the people, whether they are patients, poor people, senior guy, calamities affected people, should be concerned to have a success of any domestic and international laws, act, projects, or obligations and so
Humans can do what is morally good by following the guidance of the four seeds (Kim.M, 2008) The reason behind these four seeds, is Mengzi’s importance placed on feelings and emotions and how they motivate us to care for others. And by caring for immediate family first is how we can extend to caring for everyone. ‘Serving parents’ is the primary meaning for humaneness, and ‘Respecting elders’, and not just family, is the primary meaning of rightness (Chen. L, 2015).
In 2015 the power of presence is also important. Though an individual may not want their family or friends around in the time before death, the power of presence is knowing that those you love and care about will be there, even when you do not want them to be in your room, they will be in the other room. I think the power of presence has persisted because it says something about humanity. As human beings we want human contact, we want to be treated with human
In accordance with Tom Tyler's ideal of procedural justice criminal justice professionals should behave in a manner that leads to more trust and confidence in our judges, the courts, the criminal justice system, and the law while providing justice for the people. An example of this is the decisions pertaining to child custody and support in which would be willingly followed by both parents to create the most positive outcome for the parties separating; In other words, enabling both parents to adhere to court agreements concerning custody issues, child support, and visitation rights. This basic form of procedural of justice is often filled with problems and disputes that lead to one side not accepting the decisions of the of court; thus, leading
Safeguarding means protecting individual’s health, comfort as well as human rights including enabling them to live free from harm, abuse as well as neglect. It is important to high quality health and social care. Safeguarding adults includes: Defending their rights to live in security, free from abuse including neglect. Individuals as well as organisations working together to stop the risk of abuse as well as neglect, and to prevent them from happening. Making sure individual’s wellbeing is encouraged, taking their wishes, views, feelings including principles into account.
What does nursing mean to me? Nursing means helping people heal, meeting their needs while they are in your care, listening to concerns, protecting them from harm, and educating them how to care for themselves while treating them with dignity, compassion and respect and giving of yourself to the care of people and community. It is having compassion for people and their health and being a humanitarian, making sure they receive the best care possible. Nurses must also treat families of patients with kindness, realizing they are going through a stressful situation also. Nursing is a responsibility to provide the best care regardless of the patient’s age, race, religion, sex, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or their past.
We as individuals deserve to be treated with respect, kindness, and non-judgmental attitudes. All individuals all deserve the same rights and privileges as well as acceptance, tolerance, and self-esteem. Last but not least, all individuals have their freedom of choice and decisions. I believe us as a nation, need to learn how to socialize more and learn from one another.
As long as human are in existence there will always be a need for a counsellor or a social worker. The intent of this paper is to provide clarity as it relates to the differences between counselling and social work as both professions sometimes overlap and persons are not able to differentiate between the two professions. Notwithstanding the fact that both professions have their differences it not be noted that both career paths is considered to be the helping profession where adequate training and preparation is needed in order to help their client improve their social, emotional and mental performance. The profession of counselling and social work is for individuals who are interested in becoming a catalyst for change or to help people
Even if the healthcare professional do not not agree with the beliefs of the older adult they are still required according to their model to respect and acknowledge the beliefs of others and figure out other ways to care for the person if their culture does not allow certain treatments. Respecting beliefs and values is central to the practice of the person centred model (McCormack, 2003). By acting on this element one will automatically feel more comfortable and valued by their healthcare team which will then lead to a better relationship. Older people may
the community as well as how to coordinate events within the community. Members of the association also know the requirements that are necessary to maintain the community. In turn, newcomers in the community, the new property owners, would gain experience through meetings with other members of the association to discuss the guidelines of the association. Discourse communities also contain “participatory mechanisms which are mechanisms used to take the uptake of informational opportunities such as an annual subscription to a magazine that the discourse community releases” (Swales, 1990). Furthermore, “participatory mechanisms” used in this discourse community such as their article in the Padre Island Moon are used to further the goal of the
Right-to-work laws have been heavily debated even before their formal inception in the mid-1940s and they continue to be debated today. The core of the debate is about union security, which is the unions right to secure their position in a shop once voted in. One example of union security is compulsory unionism. Right-to-work laws are legislation enacted on a per state bases that limits or eliminates compulsory unionism. The main viewpoint of right-to-work supporters is that compulsory unionism breaches inherent freedoms.
In a capitalist environment, at least where corporations have been concerned, the government should neither intervene or regulate the open market. In fact, the essence of the capitalist economic system is to create an environment where the free market would be able to dictate itself. Regardless of the system’s original intentions, there have been cases globally and throughout time where government intervention has been necessary — cases where the general public itself has been affected negatively by corporate abuse of the market. For instance, the United States’ public-corporate relationship throughout the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Throughout this period, which was known as the Progressive Era, industrial America