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    Task 1; Understand person-centres approaches for care and support. 1.1; Define person-centres values. Person-Centred values which are important to those who need support in their daily life’s. There are eight person centred values that support person-centred care e.g. Individuality- They should never have to fit in with you or your employer. Individuals should be allowed and supported to make their own choices. Independence- You must allow the individual that you are supporting to do things themselves

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    over and are hired to do them. Migrants are taking, and doing, jobs in every state. In turn, Americans are benefiting from it (Silver, 2013). Although there are systems to identify missing people such as NamUs (National Missing and Unidentified Persons System) why can’t Dr. Anderson and his team use these systems to identify the dead bodies? NamUs is the National Institute of Justice’s National Missing and Unidentified Person’s System. It can be

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    Person centred practice is where all service users should be treated as individuals and their care that they require and support needs should reflect this. Each and every service user will have specific individual needs and their care plans and support should be tailored to suit their needs. By seeing the person as an individual and recognising their diversity puts the individual at the centre of their care. Person centred practice is not only about supporting people with their individual support

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    In this essay, I will show how I have developed as a person, with the aid of regular counselling, process group, regular journaling and triad work within the Person Centered Counselling 1 (PCC1) paper. Using these tools, it has been an intense, rewarding, painful journey from self-discovery to self-acceptance to self-love and I will share a little of that journey. I will show how using the core conditions of empathy, unconditional positive regard and congruence regarding myself has enabled me to

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    "On Being a Disabled person" by Nancy Mairs, the maker legitimizes calling herself a debilitated individual, clearly insinuating a low self-respect at first look. Mairs contradicts that idea, also plotting her puzzling individual, social, and societal buildings in life. At the end of her article, she tells the group that she is an apt, driven, and shrewd woman who can manage both her degenerative contamination and the hardships of life, far from the slight, adolescent person who abhors herself.

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    Task 1: Understand person-centred approaches in adult social care setting. 1.1: Describe person-centred approaches. Person-centred is all about the care workers providing the correct quality care and support to the individuals they work with. Then the care workers provide care and support to the individuals they need to ensure that the individual is centred or focused on the individual and their needs. In order to work in a person centred way you need to ensure that you develop a clear understanding

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    In comparison, Schoemperlen’s “Red Plaid Shirt” uses second person narration and this creates the effect of the narrator distancing herself from the narrative. Schoemperlen tells the narrative by projecting it onto the reader which as Hall notes “creates several possible relationships between the narrator and narratee which ultimately informs the overall narrative” (Hall 1). Second person narration leaves a lot of room for the reader to interpret the story based on their own personal life experiences

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    First-person story or also called as first person point of view is a form of story which you tell your reader through a viewpoint character by using ‘I’ or ‘We’. The main source of the story is the story teller itself. Every detail of your story must be filtered through the story teller. The selecting of main character as narrator has very greater impact to the storyline. The narrator itself must fulfil all the criteria which will be much useful to the story development. For instance, the author

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    The purpose of this essay is to show that John Locke’s direct memory view of personal identity results in a person to be and not to be the same person at the same time. I will salvage Locke’s direct memory view of personal identity to avoid this contradiction. First, I will state Locke’s direct memory view of personal identity. Second, I will state Reid’s objection to Locke’s direct memory view of personal identity. Third, I will state an indirect memory view of personal identity. Fourth, I will

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    fetuses are not human beings and considers humanity through certain categories one must have in order to be considered a human person. Warren’s argument is logical, however, her argument is unsound because of a series of erroneous premises. Thus, because these premises are erroneous, an Aristotelian-type argument can be constructed that properly discusses potential persons and argues against Warren, thus aruging for the moral impermissibility of abortion. Warren establishes her arugment

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    Question 1 A persons body image is how they see themselves. There bod image can lead to then to very confidant, if they have a good body image and are happy with them selves. A bad body image can destroy a persons ego and make the hate themselves and make the person depressed and have very little confidence, which can also lead to eating disorders and self harm. Culture also has a effect on body image and how Different cultures have different views on the perfect body. Media has made having the

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    experience. Being respectful for the feelings of a person also let her to know that a person is available to be talked to. Giving enough space that a person's need is also a way of showing care. Giving a small gift or surprised helps to keep an emotion alive making an individual involved to feel special. The art of complementing in front of other people is also nice. Saying nice things about a person, is one of the most supportive thing a person can do. In terms of disagreeing,

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    If misused, however, they can lead to its downfall. In three of the five relationships, one member is raised above the other. They demand a veneration and respect from the other person in the relationship. This makes sense. A son should look up to his father and a daughter should look up to her mother as a role model. The importance here is to realize that this respect does not come simply by occupying a certain positions in the

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    only be self-defence for special cases. Nell explains this in the analogy, “If person A threatens to discard the distilled water, and when person B fails to reason with A, person B shoots him with the justification, “It was him or me!”. In this case, it is justified whether person A was acting to harm others. In another situation on the well-equipped lifeboat, if the 5 other people decided to withhold food from Person A, the killing is unjustifiable as all could have lived.” (Nell, 276) Nell’s underequipped

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    “Personality refers to those characteristics of the person that account for consistent patterns of feelings, thinking, and behaving” (Pervin, 2005). Personality also refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. There are different types of personalities that sometimes distinguished from personality traits. There are Big Five personality traits that are used to describe human personality, the five factor model (FFM). The five factors model includes

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    Personality Theory Blog Personality, some define this as the characteristics and qualities that make a person who they are. Someone’s personality makes up a big part of who they are and, also determines how they will possibly react to certain situations. Typically, personality is what people remember about an individual after they have first met them. There are traits in a person that come out in their personality that make them who they are. The personality theory that looks deeper into the traits

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    taking the perspective of the other person.” An empathetic person feels what another person is feeling & understands why that person feels as he/she does. (Azar, 1997; Darley 1993; Duan, 2000). The cognitive component of empathy includes the ability to consider the viewpoint of another person, referred to as ‘perspective taking’. Batson, Erly & Salvarini(1997) have identified 3 different types of perspective taking :- • A person can imagine how the other person perceives an event & how he/she must

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    judging others for being different than us because we have not been through what they have. In chapter 3, Atticus tries to make the point clear to Scout that she should not judge others based on their actions by saying, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… until you climb into his skin and walk around it” (Lee 85). This shows how human beings should not judge others until they have experienced and gone through the same thing as that

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    and biography being connected is by thinking of history as “public issues” and thinking of biography as “private troubles” that a person may have. This connection between individuals to society can either be visible or invisible. Meaning, one person may be going through one thing and find

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    many ways. For my definition of identity, I believe that identity is how you present yourself to society. For some people their identity is molded by society. People fear being different and being looked down upon, so they present themselves as a person who is socially acceptable. Other people do not worry about society’s opinion and present themselves as what their characteristics show them to be. Sinha Gunjan from Psychology Today states that, “DNA and life experience conspire to mold our personalities”

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