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Wellbeing
is how a person feels about themselves, and the satsfaction we feel when our needs are met.Wellbeing is dependant on our ability to access resources that fulfill our emotional,physical, economic and spiritual needs.
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A want
is a desire to have things that will enhance our wellbeing, but are not essential for life.
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A standard
is a measurement of how well we achieve our goals
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Resources
are things or people we access for a purpose or to achieve a goal
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Interchangeability
refers to the ability to exchange one resource for another therefore preserving limited resources and using resources that are more readily available.
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Factors that influence access to resources for families and individuals include
age, disability, education, culture, gender, geographic location, socio-economic status
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Values
are things that are important to people giving a direction to their life e.g respect, trust, honesty
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What are the five stages of Maslows hierarchy
Physiological needs (e.g food, water shelter), safety needs (e.g security, protection), social needs (e.g love, sense of belonging), esteem needs (e.g self-esteem, status), self actualisation
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Needs
are things that are vital to surstain our life, that is things we require to be physical and mentally healthy.
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Short Term Goals
things we want to achieve in immediate future
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Medium Term Goals
things which may take longer to achieve
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Long Term Goals
that may take a long time and need small goals to realise the final
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Communication involves
verbal and non-verbal communication
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Verbal communication
use of written or spoken words
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Non-verbal communication
use of body language and hand guestures
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Assertive communication
people can express their opinions whilst still respecting others and their right to express theirs.
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Aggressive communicaion
these people fail to respect the views/feelings of others, forcing their opinion
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Passive communication
communication fails to express the views of the person as they may feel intimidated or lack confidence. Often refrain from commenting
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Effective communication involves
*effectively listening, acknowledging and responding *not using too many hand gestures *using appropiate body language *misunderstanding or failure to respond can lead to ineffective communication
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Barriers to effective communication
language, age, physical/intellectual disability, skills and knowledge level
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Decision making involves:
analysis of the problem, investigating alternatives, choosing and implementing an alternative, evaluating the outcome
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What is communication?
the method by which people share their ideas, information, opinions, and feelings. Effective communication is essential in interpersonal relationships, decision making and management
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Effective communication involves
*effectively listening, acknowledging and responding *using hand guestures and body language appropiately
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A micro-decision is:
when the decision is quite simple, probably not influencing other people too much
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A macro-decisions is:
involves a more complex decision, where more thought and investigation is advisable, as the outcome could have serious implications for the individual and others
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Types of resources
human, non-human, economic, non-economic, renewable, non-renewable,formal and informal
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Steps for the interview process
1.Select topic 2.Carry out preliminary research 3.Construct a list of questions 4.Select group of people to interview 5. Arrange time and place 6.Conduct interview 7.Record responses 8.Anaylse and interpret responses 9.Present results
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Wellbeing is dependant on our ability to access resources that fulfill our:
Emotional, social, economic, physical, spirtitual and cultural needs
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Levels of communication
Interpersonal, Public/mass, Intrapersonal
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Interpersonal
When one person interacts/communicates with another
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Public/mass
The communication that is targeted at a larger group of individuals
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Intrapersonal
The internal communication that a person possesses
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Factors influencing decision making
past experiences, education, access to resources, attitudes to change, gender, socioeconomic status and complexity of the problem
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Types of groups
Family, friendship, leisure, sporting, work place, specific groups (e.g. book club), religious, cultural, leaders
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The wellbeing of individuals, & so the contributions that they are able to make to a wider group, depends on:
*the satsifaction of their needs *comfort of their environment (physical and emotional) *autonomy, or their ability to have some control over their destiny *their ability to communicate effectively and elict a response
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Membership of a group is generally base on
shared values, goals and belief systems
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Reasons for group formation
shared interest/common goal, security, sexuality, social interaction, locality, gender, culture, and specific need
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What is a goal
Something that a person or group set to achieve
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What are styles of decision making?
impulsive, intuitive, hesitant, confident and rational
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Intuitive
acting on a gut feeling
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hesitant
taking time, feeling unsure
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impulsive
based on how you feel
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rational
thinking of alternatives through in a logical matter
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Confident
Based on past experiences, acting on a positive manner or having thought of all alternatives
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Role
The part played by somebody in a given social context, with any characteristics or expected pattern of behaviour that it entails
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Leader
An individual who guides or directs others by showing them the way, or by telling them how to behave
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Individuals who belong to groups adopt specific roles:
*To ensure tasks are achieved *To maintain/build relationships *3 main group roles; Task-Oriented, Socioemotional and Destructive
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Destructive
Members work at diverting the attention from the task so that tasks are not achieved or achieved at substandard level (e.g. delayer, distractor and blocker)
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Task-oriented
Members are concerned with completing the task within a specific time (e.g. expert, brainstormer and representative)
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Socioemotional
Members are largely concerned with the wellbeing of the group and its members so that they can best cater to their needs (e.g. advocate, tension reliever and encourager)
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