on his/her this essay will be split into two parts. They are three main classifications of sentences for both youth and adults; custodial sentence, fines, community sentence and whole life orders and maximum life sentences in the case of adults.
In order to discuss the Hardiker Model (1991) of family support within the social care field of practice, I will begin by highlighting some of the strategies, legislation and reports that have led to the development of family support. I will then move on to the Hardiker Model (1991) itself, and endeavour to explain the four different levels of need and the corresponding interventions/ services available to meet those needs. Each level will be considered in terms of social care involvement. I will
the formation of an ileal conduit the nurse must have a wealth of knowledge regarding urinary diversions. The nurse must understand the indications for the formation of a urinary stoma and the implications of having one formed for the patient. This essay will discuss different forms of urinary diversion and shall also discuss the role of the nurse in regards to patient education, and also the physical and the psychological needs
Midwifery is a health profession that deals with pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period, including care of the new-born, or practice of assisting women in childbirth. Midwifery is based on the belief that childbirth is natural, healthy process and the most important are fully capable of giving birth. Midwives see pregnancy as part of the full spectrum of life's experience, and they believe individuals have the right to a fulfilling, as safe, childbirth experience. A midwife is called a
In this essay I will provide the various reasons as to why children and young people are not in schools , I will also provide a discussion as to how White Paper Six (doe ,2001) provides policy directives to seek to address educational exclusion in south Africa In south Africa every learner has been given the right to basic education , according to the South African schools act every learner should attend school from the age of seven until fifteen which is grade nine(Fleisch et al,2012). According