The first few chapters of the book are dedicated to various communicable diseases and the issues surrounding them. Give an example of a communicable disease that is of issue today and apply the Model of Disease Causation to its disease process ( the panic virus book, the answer need to be at least one page).
Explain how folate serves “double duty” during pregnancy and why deficiencies of this vitamin can be devastating (define the condition that you incorporate in your response). Include in your response what type of vitamin folate, the DRI for pregnant women and two excellent food sources. PLEASE ANSWER ALL PARTS OF THE QUESTION!
This discussion requires you to watch a Ted Talk that is related to food or nutrition in some way. Go to ted.com/talks and search for “food,” although there are other keywords. Choose any food/nutrition-related topic that sparks your interest. You may choose to watch several videos and write on your favorite one, or compare/contrast them. After watching the video, reflect on what you learned. Address the following in your discussion: Title and speaker name, and link. A brief summary of the talk, and why you felt this was an interesting or important topic. Any new questions or areas that you’d […]
On a computer, perform a web search for nutrition-related websites. You will need to search several sites to look for ones that have reasonable and reliable nutrition advice. Review potential websites and find out from each the source of the information. Identify the information sources of the websites: is it a private company, a government agency, or a school or university? Compare the different websites for their level of reliability of information and summarize the websites chosen by supporting your ideas with relevant facts or research, with references included.
Case study 3 Naomi uses a wheelchair and has autism. Her behaviours of concern are that she hits and bites staff when she becomes agitated in the evenings. At this stage, one of the interventions used has been to try and ask Naomi to count her breaths. This only makes Naomi more agitated. One intervention that has been successful has been to run Naomi a warm bath. When Naomi’s behaviour has significantly escalated, however, some support workers have wheeled Naomi to her room and locked the door. This usually worsens her behaviour. Eventually she calms down and falls asleep. Maahir, […]
Outline two policies and two procedures that can help you support the person with their daily living. Explain how the individualised behaviour support plan can help you support the person with their daily living. What are the legal and ethical considerations regarding code of conduct when supporting people with disabilities with their daily living activities? What are the legal and ethical considerations regarding dignity of risk when supporting people with their daily activities? Explain what a support worker’s legal and ethical considerations are in relation to duty of care when supporting people with disabilities.