Here are some links that relate to the units in this course. Click on the titles below to view them.
You can use the links below to build on the knowledge you've gained from the unit. Each link, which leads to valuable information from the experts, will expand your business knowledge and help you put your plans into action.
Care needs of major client groups
Types of services for babies and children
Types of services for adolescents
Types of services for adults
Health services for older people
Types of services for disabled people
Who provides the care?
Ways of obtaining care services
Barriers that stop people from getting access to health care
Jobs in health, social care and early years services
Universal skills and qualities
What values should care workers promote? – 1
What values should care workers promote? – 2
As you proceed with unit 2, these links will build upon your background understanding of each section.
Understanding health and well-being
Factors positively influencing health and well-being
Risks to health and well-being
Diet and stress
More risks to health and well-being
Poverty and inadequate housing
Further risks to health and well-being
How can an individual's health be measured?
Indicators of physical health
How can people be encouraged and supported to improve their health?
Getting healthy and fit
Here are some useful links to help you complete the final part of the course. Hopefully by now you'll feel well informed about health, social care and early years services.
How do individuals grow and develop during each life stage?
Infants and children
Social and emotional factors affecting growth and development
Economic and environmental factors affecting growth and development
What effects do relationships have on an individual's personal development?
What factors influence the development of a person's self-concept?
What factors influence the development of a person's self-concept? – 2
What factors influence the development of a person's self-concept? – 3
How can life events affect an individual's personal development? – Relationship changes
How can life events affect an individual's personal development – Physical changes?
Changes in life circumstances
Sources of support for individuals experiencing life changes
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