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Which of the following is a node that you would expect to find on the cladogram for animals fur texture
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Which of the following words can be used as a noun? A. Younger B. Love C. Happily D. If
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LOVE can be used as a noun.
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what does service focused approach to rask assessment mean
Weegy: Traditional methods of risk assessment are full of charts and scoring systems, but the person, their objectives, [ dreams and life seem to get lost somewhere in the pages of tick boxes and statistics. ] (More)
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Asked 3/6/2013 11:39:14 AM
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1.2 Explain why it is important to work on a way that embeds person-centred values
Weegy: Person centred planning is used by self-advocates, families, friends and paid support staff. When someone wants to think her life using person centred planning, they may have the energy and drive to ensure that her plan happens themselves. [ [ [ There are booklets that self-advocates can use themselves, or with some help. One is ?Listen to me?, which is a way of someone recording what is important to them in their everyday life and what support they want to be able to do that. `Capacity Works` is another approach, which includes recording what someone hopes for the future. If the person does not want to, or for whatever reason is not able to, she may entrust this to a family member or a friend. This is what most of us do when planning changes in our own life. There are training courses for families to learn to plan with their son or daughter. There is a manual written specially for families learning to do person centred planning called, ?Families Planning Together?. If the person does not have the stamina to organise the process, and has no one in her personal network that can take this on, she will have to rely on a member of staff Each person is unique, with their own personal values and beliefs shaped by a number of factors that include culture, religion, [ and personal experiences. We value each person as an individual, respect their aspirations and commitments in life, and seek to understand their priorities, needs, abilities and limits. ] ] ] ] (More)
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1.2 Explain why it is important to work on a way that embeds person-centred values
Weegy: Person centred planning is used by self-advocates, families, friends and paid support staff. When someone wants to think her life using person centred planning, they may have the energy and drive to ensure that her plan happens themselves. [ [ [ There are booklets that self-advocates can use themselves, or with some help. One is ?Listen to me?, which is a way of someone recording what is important to them in their everyday life and what support they want to be able to do that. `Capacity Works` is another approach, which includes recording what someone hopes for the future. If the person does not want to, or for whatever reason is not able to, she may entrust this to a family member or a friend. This is what most of us do when planning changes in our own life. There are training courses for families to learn to plan with their son or daughter. There is a manual written specially for families learning to do person centred planning called, ?Families Planning Together?. If the person does not have the stamina to organise the process, and has no one in her personal network that can take this on, she will have to rely on a member of staff Each person is unique, with their own personal values and beliefs shaped by a number of factors that include culture, religion, [ and personal experiences. We value each person as an individual, respect their aspirations and commitments in life, and seek to understand their priorities, needs, abilities and limits. ] ] ] ] (More)
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Which of the following in an example of an informal salutation? A. Dear Sir: B. Hi Suzanne, C. Dear Professor Amato: D. To whom it may concern:
Weegy: Hi Suzanne, is an example of an informal salutation. (More)
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hpw are you?
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What can be done to improve burglary clearence rates?
Weegy: There is most likely very little that can be done to improve clearance rates for burglaries unless more resources are made available to the police. [ Outside of that, the best way to improve.............. ] (More)
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Which of the following statements is true regarding the role of the concentration on equilibrium? A. If we change the concentration of a reactant in a chemical reaction, the equilibrium will shift to the side that would increase that change in concentration. B. If we change the concentration of a reactant in a chemical reaction, the equilibrium will shift to the side that would reduce that change in concentration. C. If we change the concentration of a reactant in a chemical reaction, the ...
Weegy: If we change the concentration of a reactant in a chemical reaction, [ the equilibrium will shift to the side that would reduce that change in concentration is the statement that is true regarding the role of concentration on equilibrium. ***Effect of change in concentration Changing the concentration of an ingredient will shift the equilibrium to the side that would reduce that change in concentration. The chemical system will attempt to partially oppose the change affected to the original state of equilibrium. In turn, the rate of reaction, extent and yield of products will be altered corresponding to the impact on the system. ] (More)
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An example of an electrolyte is CCl4 A. True B. False
Weegy: This is False. CCl4 is an organic compound made up of molecules with covalent bonds. It does not react with water so is aa non-electrolyte. (More)
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Can you explain the neuroendocrine systems involvement with sexual development?
Weegy: The endocrine system controls the functioning of the reproductive system. The responsible endocrine glands are known as the gonads. [ The gonads secrete sex hormones, which are responsible for sexual development, and the associated growth spurts in the body. They are also responsible for the development of secondary sexual characteristics. ] (More)
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Erica is working at a real estate office. She would like to organize the information about houses they have for sale. Erica should use a _____.
Weegy: Erica should use a database. (More)
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Which element was first discovered on the Sun? hydrogen carbon oxygen helium
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Helium was the first element discovered on the Sun.
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What is a surfactant? Explain how it works.
Weegy: Surfactants are compounds that lower the surface tension of a liquid, the interfacial tension between two liquids, or that between a liquid and a solid. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surfactant (More)
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Which of the following programs was President Roosevelt establishing when he spoke these words?
Weegy: D. The New Deal was the rograms that President Roosevelt was establishing when he spoke these words. (More)
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Demonstrate how the knowledge of life history of an individual with dementia has been used to provide a diet that meets his/her preferences
Weegy: understanding that individuals may have specific nutritional needs because of their experience of dementia. [ [ [ [ Learners will develop their knowledge and skills in meeting these nutritional requirements and be able to provide evidence of their competence to enable individuals with dementia to eat and drink well. ] ] ] (More)
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Evaluate |5| - |-5|
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|5| - |-5| = 5 - 5 = 0
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