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Q: Analyse factors that contribute to the wellbeing of individuals
A: Analyse factors that contribute to the well-being of individuals Well-being may include aspects that are: ? spiritual ? emotional ? cultural ? religious ? social ? political Support an individual in a way that promotes their [ sense of identity, self image and self esteem ]
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User: Analyse factors that contribute to the wellbeing of individuals

Weegy: Analyse factors that contribute to the well-being of individuals Well-being may include aspects that are: ? spiritual ? emotional ? cultural ? religious ? social ? political Support an individual in a way that promotes their [ sense of identity, self image and self esteem ]
clouise|Points 459|

User: Support an individual in a way that promotes their sense of identity, self image and self esteem.

Weegy: The first thing is that the person is an individual in their own right - you need to understand what they are about and not judge, pick the bright nuggets of information and use this as a a springboard to encourage self esteem and their self image. [ As they talk about themselves you will be able to get a sense of self and where they are in their image. You need to feedback to them what was said as positive rather than the negative - if they say Ii am always failing" reply with " really, you at least have the guts to try something out of your comfort zone - not everyone can do it" the negatives must be turned to positives but it takes time and consistency - and as their self worth and esteem improves - you will find they will need less and less re-enforcing ]
MrG|Points 1440|

User: Demonstrate ways to contribute to an environment that promotes well-being

Weegy: A clean safe environment promotes well being. So does an environment where all persons are respected and given something productive to do. Green environments are a must also.
jeifunk|Points 7346|

User: Compare different uses of risk assessment in health and social care

User: Explain how risk-taking and risk assessment relate to rights and responsibilities

Weegy: Young people are less likely to recognise the risk of accidents or ill health than older workers for a number of reasons. [ If they do recognise the risks they may be less able to take appropriate action, and physically or mentally less able to carry out certain tasks or work. Factors include: Lack of awareness of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) inexperience and unfamiliarity with the job they are doing, and their surroundings lack of skill/training in the job they are doing physically or mentally immature being given jobs that are beyond their capabilities lack of OSH information/training lack of awareness of employers duties and their own rights and responsibilities not paying enough attention to health and safety, and high risk-taking behaviour among some young people lack of confidence to raise OSH issues. ]
shaellaambray|Points 30|

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