1.2 – explain how communication affects relationships in work setting relationships in work setting in health and social care are very important we need to build a relationship with are colleagues and mangers staff to enable us to work effectively.it is essential to establish good relationship and communication with service user and there family’s but you must always have boundaries and keep it professional effective communication and working relationships . In order to work effectively with a service user line mangers, colleagues and families you must be able to meet their needs relationships are also governed by body language facial expression smiling and ways in which others listen and talk to you. If the communication is poor between you and a service user and with your work colleague the care the service user receives will not be right for them if you’re not talking to them or communicating with them how are you going to know what they like or don’t like.
In March 2011, the senate special committee on Aging held a hearing on elder abuse; “Justice for All: Ending Elder Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation. Based on the Government Accountability Office and experts emphasized the lack of research, education training and prevention strategies to protect elders (Dong, 2014). What many people does not understand, is that elder abuse is a major concern that happens everywhere. Thus, the whole all health care field, the community as a whole, adults protective service can be a good source to help minimize elder abuse, which will contribute to elderly persons’
Gun Control is a good thing in many different ways for many people. However, when you have a law abiding citizen who can not purchase a gun because the restrictions are too high then there is a problem. Gun Control was made to keep a person who has something on their record like drunk driving multiple times, armed robbery, or illegal citizen from buying a gun because the government wants to keep everyone safe and does not want to harm anybody. As stated in my research found in a world encyclopedia, “Many people own guns for the protection of their home.”
a- The UNRWA and other NGOS: They may affect the voluntariness of participants to consent. That means that, because UNRWA has an influence in giving services to refugees so the refugees will consent without even asking the reason of the research because of fear to lose such benefits. b-
For some time, the widow will not engage in domestic work or even going outside the house where the late spouse lived. She is not supposed to spend a night outside the house where they lived with the late husband. Sunset should always find her at the funeral
The Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics say,”These problems can have tragic and costly sequelae, including frequent placement failures, academic difficulties, increased high school dropout rates, and later delinquency.” IV. These problems that adoption laws have, cannot be resolved until our community takes action for the future. Imagine in the future, where you don't have to advertise to get a child a home, and the every adoptive home received a tax break. Adults looking to adopt, and will be more aware of the different options they have to adopt.
Many militia extremists claim to be protecting the U.S. Constitution, other U.S. laws, or their own individual liberties by force or violence if they feel it’s necessary. ( Domestic Terrorism Focus on Militia Extremism) There aren’t many stories about pro-gun control extremist because they don’t react violently. Most of them are grieving family members who call for immediate action due to a traumatic incident involving firearms. Most of the time they will call for attention from local communities, politicians, and news outlets.
Empowerment, health and social care profession can empower the professionals by helping them to promote individuals right for the well being and choices for the service user at all times. Health and social care professionals can promote empowerment. Working within health and social care
2015) and so the actual incidences may have been much higher. Another form of elder abuse is elder neglect. This form may be more pervasive due to the fact that elders can be neglected without other family members,neighbours or community members being aware. Elders can be neglected in the more well known forms of not receiving their scheduled bath or medication by a family member or caregiver but they can also be neglected by medical health professionals; those which took an oath to do no harm.
We though anyone who turns 65 years old should consider disable due to their age that most of time prevent them to work. Internet accuracy on technology accuracy skills should be taught to elderly. Therefore those who do not qualified for ADA could get training for other job as they might want to. Another aspect we will challenge as Social workers is: “If an older person suffers from a disabling condition that has been ameliorated through medical care or assistive technology, the older person may not fall under the definition of disabled. If an older person is not considered to be disabled under the ADA, then the ADA will do nothing to ensure that the person can receive care in the least restrictive environment”.
This is an emergency because the woman was being beaten by her husband and could not defend herself. Officers also do not need to obtain a warrant under exigent circumstances. These circumstances include when a suspect is in hot pursuit, suspect is fleeing, imminent destruction of evidence, or the lives of officer or other people are in danger. In this case, the life of a person was in danger, which was the emergency that allowed the officers to enter into the house under the exceptions. When the officers arrived at the house/crime scene, they knocked and announced their presence.
It is unprofessional for Evita to allow the parents to disclose such critical information to her and then have them witness her essentially covering for them to the physician. As a social worker I feel you face many difficult situations where you may feel bad about making your client’s situation worse, but you always need to stay professional and be able to maintain your agreement to the code of
“If my day, week, or year is going badly, I need not ask of each negative episode or situation whether it has racial overtones” (Mclntosh, 2002, p. 99). For this reason, I cannot fully understand the pain that Attawapiskat is going through. I do have personal experience with friend’s committing suicide and my own depression, however, it is not the same as what this community is going through. As a Child and Youth Care practitioner who is not of Indigenous descent, I would need work next to the community and walk with them, being a friend and partner and not let there be any power
Domestic violence is any form of violence against an individual which could be in a form of physical abuse, threats, emotional abuse, sexual assault or harassment (Litten, 2014). For clarification purposes, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (2012) refers to Domestic violence (DV) as Intimate partner violence (IPV) to specify that the definition should be used to refer to violence by one member of a couple against his/her partner. This means that elderly or child abuse that is in the same household is not included in the definition (McGarry, et al., 2014). For the purposes of this paper, DV and IPV will be used to refer to abuse or violence enacted by one intimate partner against the other partner. In the United States, DV
In March 2010 President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). The goal was to make health care more affordable, accessible and improve quality, for seniors, families and businesses. One component of the PPACA is the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program (HRRP). The objective of HRRP is to reduce hospital readmissions for selected disease categories where Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) data shows there is considerable room for improvement. This program creates financial incentives for hospitals to reduce cost, implement quality improvement programs and focus on reducing readmissions, within 30 days of discharge, for people admitted with a diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction, heart failure and pneumonia.