Individual Essays

Additonal Needs, Unit 26

There are three different types of additional needs, these three are: Physical, cognitive and sensory. The reason why people experience additional needs are: Genetic, environmental/accidents- such as: sickness or disease. A physical need is something that affected individuals in a physical way, such as: Dwarfism affects people physically since it can be harder for them to do certain physical things the same as somebody who doesn’t suffer from a physical additional need. A cognitive need is something that affects individual’s…

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Support Individuals with Specific Communication Needs

Outcome 1 – understand specific communication needs and factors affecting them. 1.1 – Explain the importance of meeting an individual’s communication needs? Individuals that have communication problems need help and support to enable them to express themselves in the way they want, it’s important that you find out the best way for the individual to communicate for example it may be through sign language or writing what they want to say down on paper, you must respect their preferred method…

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Nestle Segmentation

Segmentation is defined as a group of people that share one or more characteristics. Each market segment is unique and marketing managers decide on various criteria to create their target market(s). They may approach each segment differently, after fully understanding the needs, lifestyles, demographics and personality of the target. Some e.g. of common characteristics are: interests, lifestyle, age, gender, etc. Common types of market segmentation include: geographic, demographic, psychographic and behavioral. Types of Market Segmentation for Nestle * Psychographic segmentation…

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Reasons for Communication

The reasons why people communicate is to (a) express needs (b) to share ideas (c) to build relationship and socialise (d) to ask question and share experience 1.2HOW COMMUNICATION AFFECTS RELATIONSHIP IN THE WORK SETTING communication affects relationship at work place e.g. with colleagues, people using services, children and their families, help to build trust, understanding of individual needs, communication is used to negotiate, to prevent or resolve conflict and prevent misunderstanding. Relevant theories e.g. tuck man stages of group…

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Differences Between Vacation on Mountain and Sea

One of the dearest periods of year is vacation. “Vacation used to be a luxury, but in today’s world it has become a necessity”. Because of the Earth variety we can choose place which is most common to our taste. Two places that are mostly chosen are sea and mountain. Despite some of us choose sea and some mountain we should all agree that among differences both of these vacation options are beautiful. At first, I should discuss about mountain…

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Nature and Self Reliance

1. Which of the three tenets of transcendentalism is the most stressed in the two essays? Use specific details from each essay to support your response. Individualism is the tenet of transcendentalism that is most stress in the two essays of Emerson. Individualism is the tenet that is talked about the most in both of the essays. In “Self-Reliance” the main topic of is to be oneself, and to trust oneself. In addition, in the essay says that one should…

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Culture Shock

Culture in simplicity is a body of learned behavior, a collection of beliefs, habits and traditions, shared by a group of people and successively learned by people who enter the society. Furthermore, culture is learned, not inherited. If this is correct, then it can be assumed that it is not impossible to learn new cultural traits and to unlearn old ones. Therefore, it must be feasible to integrate cultural differences. Cultural adaptation would involve many essentials as, language; verbal and…

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Why Effective Communication Is Important

1.1 Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Communication is simply defined as the process of conveying information from one person to another. It can be verbal, no verbal, visual or written. Effective communication involves the ability to use these different methods of communication not just to pass on information but to also receive feedback or learn the other person’s viewpoint. Therefore the goal of any communication is understanding. Hence, It…

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Mental Models About a Person’s World

INTRODUCTION: Meeting a person for the first time, can either be a positive or negative experience and the way someone interacts with this person can also show both positive and negative behaviours. So the question is, how can mental models about a person’s world, both aid them and also limit their perceptions when meeting a person for the first time. Through exploring how and why these perceptions can be assisted and limited, we can start to question the reasoning behind…

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Synergetic Solutions Report

“Just like individuals, organizations experience change as they move through life. Change can happen for a variety of reasons, but in the end organizations change how they do things and often how they are structured to better meet their goals- and very commonly, to grow” (Feigenbaum, 2014). Synergetic Solutions, Inc is a “$6 million company in the business of system integration-assembling and reselling leading computer brands. Two years ago, driven by the stagnating system integration market, Harold Redd, the Chief…

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Social Identities

‘The extent to which the individual is free to choose their own social identities has been underestimated in the main theories of socialisation.’ Explain and assess this view. By: Amy Rashid In this answer, I shall assess the view on how far the freedom of an individual to choose their own social identity has been underestimated in the main theories of socialisation. First and foremost, from a Functionalist’s point of view, the society lives with value consensus, which is an agreement…

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Individual Responsibility

A citizen is a member of a community, state, or nation. Citizens have rights and responsibilities as family members, as students in a classroom and school, and as members of their community, state, and nation. Being a good citizen means: Following rules and laws Being responsible and respectful Helping others At Home Rights: Children have the right to the basic needs of life, including food, shelter, and clothing. They also have the right to live in a safe home where…

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Themes of Slumdog Millionaire

Prejudice: Prejudice happens when people have a false preconception about an individual or a group. It is seen throughout this movie and even in the title of the movie Slumdog. Jamal comes from a one of the poorest areas in India Mumbai. He has no education, no family and no means to support himself. His whole life he is categorized as a Slumdog because of his where he raised as a child. Coming from the Slums of Mumbai other Indians…

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Person Centred Care

Individuality- Being unique and not seeing a person with their illness. This is important to make someone feel like his/her own person. Rights- Each person is entitled to their rights and they should be respected. This is important to make sure that everyone is treated the same. Choice- Make sure you choose the right choice and give them the right choice of their carer. This is important so that a person is comfortable with their choice. Privacy- This is respecting…

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Identity and Belonging

1. Familial and societal values and expectations define who we are. Our parents are at the centre of our upbringing and teach us values, attitudes and beliefs that help to define us from our conception and birth. Family expectations can either act as a burden on a child’s sense of self and abilities, or an opportunity to learn and grow. In order to preserve their cultural identity, some parents tend to preserve their traditions and language by entrusting nuances of…

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