Health and social

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Health and social by Mind Map: Health and social

1. Life events

1.1. expected life events

1.1.1. starting compulsory education Positive: - Build new friendships - Learn and develop new skills - Improved self-esteem Negative: - Anxiety about new routines and meeting new people - Young children may feel insecure when first leaving parents

1.1.2. Getting a new job Positive: - Develop independence - Improve self-image and self-esteem - Build new relationships - Learn new skills Negative: - Stress and anxiety

1.1.3. Living with a partner/ getting married/ entering a civil partnership Positive: - Feel secure and content - Develop intimate relationships Negative: - Loss of independence - Have to share

1.1.4. moving house or area Positive: - Excited by a new challenge - Develop new friendships/relationships Negative: - Loss of friends - Anxiety and stress of moving - May feel isolated

1.1.5. Becoming a parent Positive: - Feel content - Improved emotional well being - Develop strong attachments Negative: - Worry about responsibility - Feel tired - Loss of independence

1.1.6. Retirement Positive: - Reduced stress - Socialise more with family and friends Negative: - Loss of relationships - May have negative self-image - May lose mobility/fitness

1.2. unexpected life events

1.2.1. Accidents injury or ill health can lead to: Loss of mobility Depression Restriction in social activities A lack of interest in appearance

1.2.2. Death of a partner, relative or friend can lead to: A feeling of loss and grief Low self-confidence Loss of friends Unable to cope/function at work

1.2.3. Exclusion/dropping out of education can lead to: Low self-esteem Loss of friends Restriction in social activities

1.2.4. Imprisonment can lead to: Depression Loss of social contact Low self-esteem Loss of independence

1.2.5. Promotion can lead to: Improved self-esteem Positive self-image More independence

1.2.6. Redundancy can lead to: Low self-esteem Stress Fewer opportunities for learning and developing skills Fewer opportunities to interact with people Opportunities to train for a new job

1.3. Support

1.3.1. Formal Provides for health needs such as prescribing medication or changing dressings Advising and helping with exercise to improve mobility Referring people to other services that can help Counselling to give people the opportunity to talk about their worries Advising individuals and their family about a health or social problem and ways to improve own health and welfare Liaising with other professionals to provide care Managing expectations about health and welfare

1.3.2. Informal Support to maintain independence Reasurance Help in coping with change Support with coming to terms with changes in health or circumstances Help with day-to-day tasks, such as shopping and cleaning Help with washing and dressing

1.3.3. voluntary support Voluntary organisations Community groups Religious groups