What is a mommy makeover? After childbearing most women have a deformed body for which they require treatments like mommy makeover surgery. Mommy makeover helps in restoration of the body shape of a woman to where it was before pregnancy. Most women notice significant changes in their bodies post-mommy makeover surgery.
1.1 Explain what person-centred thinking is, and how it relates to person-centred reviews and person centred planning? Person centred thinking is when you put the thoughts of the person you are looking after before your own. It’s important to know how they think and feel to know what to put into their care plans so that they are supported in the best way possible and to make them feel included 1.2 Explain the benefits of using person-centred thinking with individuals? By using person centred thinking you know how the client feels and how its best to support them but you also know what goals are possible to set for the future and also any changes that need to be made.
In truth, you should brush your child’s teeth twice a day to prevent oral problems. Your child’s teeth and mouth requires great care since the mouth tissues are vulnerable to infection, since they do not yet have a fully developed immune system. Not only does using toothbrushes specialized for babies help oral hygiene, it also helps your
The Term reflection can have many meanings to many people. Reflection can carry meanings that range from the idea of professionals engaging in solitary introspection to that of engaging in deep meaningful conversations with others. But for this assignment I will focus on; what is refection in the clinical setting, why it is important for health care professionals to reflect and where the ideology of reflection came from. I will also provide a personal experience of reflection during my time in the clinical setting that helped me to come up with a solution to a challenging situation. WHAT IS REFLECTION?
It is important to have experiences with other educators in the clinical setting, so each person has a different take on the students’ performance. The educator should also provide feedback to the student as to how he or she is progressing. I believe
One tool the APTA has developed is the Clinical Instructor Education and Credentialing Program (CIECP). CIECP is “ a voluntary professional development program designed for physical therapist and physical therapist assistant clinical educators to enhance their clinical education skills” (Housel, Gandy, & Edmondson, p.27, 2010). The program is broken up into two sections: didactic and opportunities for self assessment. The CIECP focuses on: “preparation and planning for scheduled PT student clinical experiences, development of learning experience, supporting ongoing learning….” (Housel, Gandy, & Edmondson, p.27, 2010).
The learning frame of reference draws from the work of educational and developmental psychologists, teachers and behaviorists (Turner, 2002). It is founded on the assumption that adaptation and change are based on the ability to learn, and that behaviors are learned through acquisition of knowledge, experience and practice. The main focus in the learning frame of reference is for the person to learn coping skills. Useful approaches within this frame of reference for the case of Sarah would be educative approach and cognitive approach. Educative approach aims to provide the knowledge that clients and carers need in order to allow them to identify a range of options for problem-solving and to make the most appropriate choices of intervention.
Reflexology can be defined as the application of pressure to specific points on the hands, feet and ears in order to stimulate relaxation in other areas of the body. Reflexologists believe that reflexology strengthens your body and allows it to heal itself, providing stress-free and painless living. How Does Reflexology Relieve Pain and Stress? Reflexologists see the feet, hands and ears as a roadmap to the entire body.
The primary role of the assessor often begin with an assessment question which could be determining the intellectual functioning of a particular client or the personality of a client. Assessments and tests are then carried out in order to answer the specific assessment question and the assessor would then have to interpret these results and come to a conclusion that addressed the assessment question and come to a diagnosis of the client. (TEXTBOOK). The assessor can then sometimes be involved in more practical aspects of a client’s life such as legal cases or insurance claims. In such cases, a clinical psychologist may have to take both the role of an assessor as well as a therapist, resulting in them having a dual-role.
As occupational therapy assistants one plays an intricate part in treating and caring for the client. In order to ensure that the client is treated properly and that they are progressing towards meeting their final outcome a treatment plan must be created. It is important that throughout treatment the occupational therapist (OT) and occupational therapy assistant (OTA) use independent professional judgement in order to ensure clients best interest are being met. The treatment plan consist of a three step intervention process: intervention plan, intervention implementation, and intervention review.
After recently suffering from a severe concussion, I became more interested in how the brain functions and processes different things. During that time, I had to take multiple concussion tests in which the Stroop Test was included. At the time, I had no clue what this scientific phenomenon was. Later, my Uncle had also suffered from a concussion and had to take the same tests as I did. This led me to wonder, does age affect your results when completing a Stroop task?