This sample chapter from Heinemann's HNC Early Education and Childcare student book (ISBN - 978 0 435401 01 6) has been downloaded from www.heinemann.co.uk/childcare.
HNC unit covered: Unit DF4Y 34
Working in an early education and childcare setting
Working with children...
To gain a better understanding of Social Policy we need to look at its definition:
Social Policy is the study of social services and the welfare state. In general terms, it looks at the idea of social welfare, and its relationship to politics and society.
The principal areas...
Personal Development Planning DE3R 34
HNC Social Care
Create and Maintain a Personal Development Portfolio and Action Plan
Word Count: 5546
Pages 2-12 Assignment
Page 13 Bibliography
Page 14 Appendix 1
should be considered as a gradual unfolding of developmental events. (HNC Social Care page 75).each stage of the development is broken down into 5 strands of development (SPECC) (see appendix 1)
Physiologist have argued that if each...
must be considered. People with mental challenges are more likely to be discriminated and labels tend to stick.
Connor A, MacLennan E (2009), HNC in Social Care Student Book, Heinemann
Institutionalisation is used to refer...
HNC Social Care
Social Care Theory For Practice
Unit No-DH3K34 Outcome 1
“My underlying theory is that everyone matters a lot,” (Kohler, 2000).
In this essay I am going to discuss social care values and my own personal value base. We live our lives with values...
HNC Social Care Theory for Practice
Assignment 1 Values Essay
Word Count 1510
Within this essay I would like to show my knowledge and understanding of values in social care and how my own personal values link in with them. I will also try and explain how social care values and personal...
HNC Health Care B
Psychology and Sociology in Health Care
Submission Date: 05/11/2008
This essay will explain two psychological theories of individual development – Psycho-social theory and the behavioural theory and will discuss how...
G4S Value: Best People We always take care to employ the best people Educational Reference Form
Dear Sir/Madam This is to confirm that (full name of student) ___________________________________ is currently studying (course name)_____________________________________________________________ at the University...
Social care theory for practice
Social Care Theory for Practice is a major
component of your HNC in Social Care.
You may note that it is worth two credits
within the framework of your qualification,
and it certainly underpins major concepts
in social care. It covers important...
HNC Social Care Graded Unit
I am currently working for inc corp as a Supported Living Assistant providing support to a young gentleman with both physical and developmental disabilities in his own home. For the purpose of this report and in line with inc confidentiality procedures...
Social Policy and its application to Social Service Provision
HNC Social Care Learning Outcome 1
Word count 1,667
Miss Ruth Smith is a young mother in her mid-twenties who is unmarried and has two young children, one who is disabled...
include emotional stability, friendly open nature, and good psychosocial health to be strong mentally and be aware of their conscientiousness. Also social and cultural differences or expectations can shape our perception of others for example averted eyes or lack of eye contact may be viewed in some cultures...
SOCIAL CARE THEORY FOR PRACTICE (OUTCOME 1)
ASSESSMENT 1 (1500 words approx.)
(12th October 2012)
Coco J Hendry
Page 1 Introduction
Page 2 – 5 Assessment
Page 6 Conclusion
Page 7 Reference/Bibliography
The following essay will demonstrate my understanding of the importance...
Do person- centred care services enable service users to lead normal lives?
The aim of this essay is to establish whether or not person- centred care services enable individuals to lead a ‘normal life’ and how services may facilitate them in achieving this. There is much debate as to what...
HNC Social Care Group B
Due Date: 8/10/14
Submission Date: /10/14
Word count: 1571
Challenging behaviour can be explored in every client group however the client group explored here is older adults within informal care. Due to the Data Protection Act 1998 the...
Identify the range of sources which constitute the evidence base for social work practice and how these sources inform decision-making.A2: Recognise the usefulness of inquiry reports as sources of evidence for the development of future social work practice.
The module will be taught using a wide...
Part A - Worker self care is critical to effective social practice
Worker self care with regards to social service practice is critical. Self care means looking after the mental and physical well being of oneself, to be able to provide the best outcome available for clients and the organisation. It...
move or hold an object which is needed to work within the care industry.
On the 2nd of September 2014, I attended a course on Moving and handling at the College Centre, I arrived at 9am and was met by other students from the HNC Social Care course, and I met with my lecturer Russell and her colleague...
COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
Communication in Health and Social Care
Communication is a process by which people exchanging information, thoughts, emotions, and feelings through verbal and non verbal communications. Verbal communication is...
HNC BUSINESS COMMON LAW 1 ASSIGNMENT 1 Darina Byrne Explain why it is important to have an intention to create legal relations when making a contract and why is consideration of the parties to the agreement necessary-: Intention to create legal relations can be defined as follows. ‘An...
behaviour is and how this definition could help me to support behaviour. I will identify four types of behaviour which can be seen as challenging in a social care setting, also some internal and external factors that may influence challenging behaviour and why. I will describe two methods of intervention that...
HNC Social Care
Outcomes 2 (part 2) and 3
Project - maximum 1500 words
Students should base this project on the service users they are working with, or are placed with in a work experience placement. You should not use the names of the service users...
was no other bond as strong and unique. Bowlby mainly focused on his research of the 44 juvenile thieves as he wanted to find out the emotional and social effects of long term loss.
Bowlby collected findings from other research to bring together his theory for example case studies on spitz (1945) and...
health or social care Setting.
P2 outline how legislation,
policies and procedures relating to health, safety and security influence health and social care settings
M1 describe how health and
safety legislation, policies and
procedures promote the safety of individuals in a health or social care...
HNC Social Care |
Poverty and Inequality Assessment 3 |
In this essay we are going to look at the causes of poverty and inequality in the UK and the effect that it has on society. We will also be looking at sociological theories and how they can relate to poverty.
I am presenting this essay as an insight to how values and principles influence practice in a Social Care setting. The source of each individuals values stem from primary socialisation. I, myself have been influenced by my parents values and their endeavour to make choices for me and my siblings within...
Health and Social Care
How personal values and principles influence your work in professional practice.
Name: Arlene Haughey
Word Count: words
Comparison of personal values and principles of support for working in a health and social care setting...
between 18-35 years old providing person centered support and quality accommodation. The project is registered with the care inspectorate in accordance with the regulations of care (Scotland) act 2001. There are 5 flats with 5 rooms in each with 2 bathrooms and a communal kitchen/dining area. The service...
Does the Community
S1 Community Care. Module no.46706
MA Social Work/ DipSW
Total word Count (excluding bibliography) 3,348 Words.
Over the past twenty years, there has been a considerable shift in policy and practice concerning the care of often the most vulnerable...