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Principles and values in social  are focusing on holistic support

Principles and values in social are focusing on holistic support

Lesson Objectives P1: Explain how the application of relevant principles and values will enable professionals to provide holistic support for individuals who use social services M1: Review the benefit to individuals and professional staff, of taking a holistic approach to planning support D1: Analyse reasons for working with professionals from more than one agency when planning support for individuals
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Child Sexual Violence

Child Sexual Violence

Detailed Information Sheet about Child Sexual Violence This worksheet can be used as a starter or even main activity. It includes differentiated questions which can be edited to meet the needs of your students and/or subject.
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BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 20 Understanding Mental Well-being Learning Aim A

BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 20 Understanding Mental Well-being Learning Aim A

A 45 page booklet with information and learnig activities covering the BTEC Unit 20 spec for Learning Aim A, as below:- Learning aim A: Understand different views on the nature of mental well-being and mental health A1. Ways in which mental well-being and mental health are understood • The meaning of mental well-being and mental health. • Perception of mental wellbeing and mental health. • Mental capital. • The Dual Axis model of mental health. • Measurements and scales which measure mental well-being. A2. Factors that affect mental well-being and mental health across the life span • Environment, endowment and experience. • Socio-economic. • Psychological. • Risk factors. • Protective factors. • Biological factors. Learning Aim B is currently under development, arriving soon!
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OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory System

Seven PowerPoints, activities and assessment opportunities covering the OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory System spec content, as below:- Structure of the respiratory system: * larynx * trachea * bronchi and bronchioles * pleural membranes * diaphragm * intercostal muscles * alveoli function of the respiratory system: * inspiration/expiration, * oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange; dysfunctions: asthma causes: genetic lifestyle, pollutants (smoking/industrial); Diagnostic techniques: * diagnostic imaging techniques – Ultrasound and x-ray * peak-flow monitoring * spirometry * blood tests * sweat test Treatment: general principles of: * Steroids; inhalers, tablets or injection * Inhalers; preventers and relievers * Antibiotics * lifestyle changes * physiotherapy * gene therapy
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OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Reproductive System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Reproductive System

Nine PowerPoints, activities and assessment opportunities covering the content for the OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Reproductive System spec content, as below:- The gross structure of both the female and male reproductive systems: • ovaries, • oviduct, • uterus, • cervix, • vagina, • testes, • epididymis, • prostate gland, • seminal vesicle, • vas deferens, • urethra, • penis; The basic function of the reproductive system: • menstrual cycle (role of hormones), • fertilisation, • pregnancy, • birth; The possible causes of infertility in both genders; Diagnostic techniques: general principles and value of: • blood tests, • sperm analysis, • ultrasound, • hystero-salpingogram, • laparoscopy Treatment: general principles and value of: • fertility treatments, • IVF, • sperm donation, • lifestyle changes
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OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Digestive System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Digestive System

Seven PowerPoints, activities and assessment opportunities that cover the OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Digestive System spec content, as below... The gross structure of organs and glands of the alimentary canal (gut); together with their digestive functions; • oral cavity • oesophagus • stomach • small intestine • liver • gall bladder • pancreas • large intestine • rectum The basic function of the digestive system The process of digestion (including the main digestive enzymes) and absorption of food including the structure and function of gut villi; Causes of dysfunction: * Diet and lifestyle * autoimmune system * psychological causes, stress * genetic Effects: * weight loss, malabsorption, pain –diarrhoea or constipation , * deficiency diseases, hypoglycemia; Diagnostic imaging techniques, endoscopy, villi biopsies, blood tests; Treatment – general principles and value of: * Medication, for cramps and wind * lifestyle/dietary changes – gluten free diet * Dietary supplements for malnourishment One dysfunction needs to be studied for testing purposes; Celiac Disease
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OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Musculo-skeletal neural System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Musculo-skeletal neural System

Ten PowerPoint presentations and activities covering the below spec content for the OCR A'Level HSC Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology musculo-skeletal body system:- joint structure: • synovial membrane • synovial fluid • cartilage muscle • tendon • ligament types of joint: • ball and socket • hinge • pivot • sliding/gliding • fixed brain: • cerebral hemispheres • cerebellum • pituitary gland • medulla • corpus callosum neural system: • spinal cord • sensory nerve • motor nerve • neuron • myelin sheath neuron: • axon • axon terminals • dendrites • cell nucleus • myelin sheath The functions of the musculo-skeletal and neural systems: Skeletal = support, movement, protection, Brain/nervous system = co-ordination, balance, memory, cognitive thought, emotions Dysfunction: multiple sclerosis (MS) possible causes:  genetic  geographic location and vitamin D deficiency  lifestyle  infection auto-immune Diagnostic techniques:  lumbar puncture technique and spinal fluid analysis  MRI to eliminate similar conditions  evoked visual and muscle response  blood tests Treatment: - symptom management as there’s no cure o common medications joint replacement o cannaboids o steroids o physiotherapy or rest o future possibilities using stem cells lifestyle changes
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Plenary Comment Boards - A5

Plenary Comment Boards - A5

I have produced these simple plenary comment boards that can be used within any subject, each board has a speech bubble and a question the student answers about their learning/understanding within the lesson, they write their answers down and then share it with the class. I have laminated a set for my students so they can be used again. I have found them successful in Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy & Health & Social Classes with low level learners. However, the questions can be adapted to meet the requirements with higher level learners.
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Health and Safety Workplace Bundle 2

Health and Safety Workplace Bundle 2

Lesson Starter / Warmup Start the lesson with a fun dice game focussing on Personal Protective Equipment. Move on to a mix and match group activity exploring common words taken from H&S Policies . Then use the interactive digital challenge with questions to uncover an image. (competitive and fun for pairs and teams). Ensure learners know about the forms to use in the workplace and when to use them with the Workplace Incident / Accident / Near Miss lesson and the Template to be filled in when an incident occurs. Finish off with a fun crossword puzzle that reinforces the same words learnt previously. Lots of room for discussion in these topics.
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AQA '15 Schizophrenia - FULL TOPIC

AQA '15 Schizophrenia - FULL TOPIC

Includes 7 lessons with videos and detailed notes on the majority of slides and structured tasks to help them write 16M essays. Variety of AO3 activities included. Exam link - relevant exam questions shared throughout. SMSC link - reference to Art throughout.
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