Health and Well Being, Health Status, Hierarchy of Needs, Care Setting basic info

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  • Health and Social Care - Unit 1.1 Factors affecting the quality of life of individuals
    • Health and Wellbeing
      • WHO 1948 "Health is a status of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of dises or infiirmity"
        • This is a holistic approach. A holistic approach looks at every aspect of a persons life. The holistic approach is often refered to as P.I.E.S
          • P.I.E.S.
            • Physical
              • The basic needs in relation to supporting the body. These include food water, warmth, shelter, clothing, rest, exercise and personal hygein
            • Intellectual
              • The development  of skill through metal stimulation, education and employment
            • Emotional
              • The ability to be able to feel, express and recognise different emotions in order to cope with different situations
            • Social
              • The development of skills to enjoy relationsthips and friendships. Opportunities to mix with others in an apprpiaqte environment
    • Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
      • Self Actualisation Needs
        • Achieving full potential
    • Health Status
      • The level of health of the indivdual group or population as subjectively assessed by the indivual or by more objective measures
    • Care Settings
      • Day Centre
        • For children, older people and disabled (physical and learning)
      • Residential Care
        • For children, older people, disabled, hospices
      • Health Care Setting
        • Hospitals, dentists, clinics, health centres, GPs
      • Education Setting
        • Nursery, creche, special schools, playgroups
      • Recourse Centres
        • For deaf and blind
      • Domicillary Care
        • Caring for someone in their own home
  • This is a holistic approach. A holistic approach looks at every aspect of a persons life. The holistic approach is often refered to as P.I.E.S
    • P.I.E.S.
      • Physical
        • The basic needs in relation to supporting the body. These include food water, warmth, shelter, clothing, rest, exercise and personal hygein
      • Intellectual
        • The development  of skill through metal stimulation, education and employment
      • Emotional
        • The ability to be able to feel, express and recognise different emotions in order to cope with different situations
      • Social
        • The development of skills to enjoy relationsthips and friendships. Opportunities to mix with others in an apprpiaqte environment

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