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Transcript: During the ages of 13-15 years old type 1 diabetics transition through to independent management, as well as social, emotional and psychical changes of puberty. This may see their management become limiting as they get angry when considering diabetes before going out, staying at a friend’s house or exercising (Diabetes Australia, 1997). Diabetes can be seen as an annoyance in many relationships and therefore adolescents start to reject their diabetics and the management that goes along with the disease (Diabetes Australia, 1997). A diabetic ‘burnout’ can be seen in many adolescents as they have has the disease for many years and get frustrated with the ongoing, daily, lifelong management (Ambler, G, 2001). Adolescents who have type 1 diabetes also face choosing a career with limitations in what they can choose, eating disorders from the endless carbohydrate counting, as well as the added pressure when learning to drive, peer pressure to take drugs, consume alcohol and smoke which all elevate chances of diabetic complications such as eye, kidney and feet complications (Diabetes Australia, 1997). Purpose of Group - Educational, Socialisation and Support group - Teaching 13-15 year olds how to manage Types 1 Diabetes - This will be achieved over a 7 week time frame full of educational and fun activities. Agency Sponsorship Research conducted by Forlani (2013) has shown that using support groups, and focusing on the psychological aspects that arise with teenagers dealing with type 1 diabetes, decreases feelings of depression and anxiety. Forlani also found that teenagers had a more positive outlook on life. Céspedes-Knadle (2011) found that increasing diabetes knowledge, personal motivation, and social support increased positive change in health and behaviour. Learning about coping and management skills also increased these positive changes. Some of the methods used by Céspedes-Knadle include: psychoeducation (understanding type 1 diabetes along with Q & A sessions), meal preparation (learning about healthy diets), the use of mentors, physical exercise, skill-building workshops (on stress management and coping) and sessions on issues with risky behaviour and school. Seven, 30 minute, fortnightly sessions. - Week One: Introduction / group norms / expectations - Week Two: Bullying - coping with misunderstandings - Week Three: Healthy eating and boulsing/ correcting - correctly counting carbs / recap on norms (What we will be doing) - Week Four: Drugs, Alcohol, Smoking and Sex - Week Five: mental Health issues and diabetes - Week Six: career options - what to look forward too. - Week Seven: other services / help available, wrapping up, closing group. Recruitment - Males and females aged 13-15 - Staff will also consist of males and females but of any age - Demographic characteristics such as race, economic status and level of education aren't an issue for the group. Orientation - Group will involved various activities such as role plays and ice breakers. - Physical activities will be important to promote healthy living and exercise. - Real life scenarios - The activities will be educational but will be fun at the same time while also addressing topics and issues of type 1 diabetes. - Trust - Respect - Confidentiality - No Mobile Phone - Speaking one at a time unless suggested otherwise. - Everyone has a right to their own opinion - respect one anothers back grounds, religions and cultures etc. Heterogeneous: - Each participant will be at different stages of there diabetes - Some may have had it for many years or been born with it, some may have just found out they have it. This must be taken into consideration. Homogeneous: - All participants are at taking part in the group for the same purpose. - Participants can learn from one another, and from the leaders running the group. Literature Review Group Work presentation plan Affecting the norms and development Presentation Plan - Brochures, posters and billboards - Emails or phone calls -Monthly Diabetes SA magazine - Putting advertisements in newsletters, newspapers TV, radio and social media etc. - Indentifying potential members through waiting list, records or caseloads of the agency or other agencies. Demographic Characteristics Ambler, G. (2001). Caring for Diabetes in Children and Adolescents (2nd ed.). Sydney, NSW: Open Training and Education Network. Céspedes-Knadle, Y. M., & Munoz, C. E. (2011). Development of a group intervention for teens with type 1 diabetes. The Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 36(4), 278-295. Diabetes SA. 2015. Retrieved from Diabetes Control and Complications Trial. (2005). Intensive diabetes treatment and cardiovascular disease in patients with type 1 diabetes. The New England Journal of Medicine, 353(25), 2643. Forlani, G., Nuccitelli, C., Caselli, C., Moscatiello, S., Mazzotti, A., Centis, E., & Marchesini, G. (2013). A psychological support program for individuals


Transcript: NET PROFITS to make the children have fun while learning LET'S TALK ABOUT I make at least X10 on each of our investments. A summer school MOTHER-TONGUE TEACHERS Business @ GOBETTI-VOLTA PLAN NAME and address: Batnae municipium in Anthemusia conditum Macedonum manu priscorum ab Euphrate flumine brevi spatio disparatur, refertum mercatoribus opulentis, ubi annua sollemnitate prope An investor will have to check your competitive environment before investing. Do not hide it from competitors. SWOT WHO WE NAME: HAPPY KIDS Strapline: Happy Kids learn English in the summer Elevator Pitch: An innovative summer school for young children using the facilities of Gobetti-Volta, especially the new pool. Send letters,emails, texts to parents I MARKET I HAPPY Strengths: Need for an English summer school in the area Weaknesses: Recruiting expert mother-tongue teachers with innovative, dynamic, energetic teaching skills Opportunities: Possibility of using existing facilities Threats: Some outdoor activities could not be safe for young children ELIZABETH PAULS COMPETITION FINANCIAL Fees I SUMMARY I to set up a summer school of English for young children to use the facilities of Gobetti-Volta A summer school of English for young children ANALYSIS U.S.P summary ARE " I IRENE SIMPS PRODUCT MANAGER to adopt the "splash and speak" approach Batnae municipium in Anthemusia conditum Macedonum manu priscorum ab Euphrate flumine brevi spatio disparatur, refertum mercatoribus opulentis, ubi annua sollemnitate prope I for young children Arrange free open week at Gobetti-Volta, with prizes aims MARKETING HAPPY EVERY WEEK DAY I radio advertisements, local TV commercials 15% outdoor activities in English ELEVATOR Sponsors of children's items DEVELOPER STRATEGY Business I Competitor analysis: Humpty Dumpty school (Fiesole) Jack and Jill Summer school (Settignano) The Witch and the Wizard (Sorgane) happy kids I Enter here the history of your fundraising, what you plan to lift today, and under what conditions. I I KIDS 15% I EXPLAIN YOUR STRATEGY KIDS Batnae municipium in Anthemusia conditum Macedonum manu priscorum ab Euphrate flumine brevi spatio disparatur, refertum mercatoribus opulentis, ubi annua sollemnitate prope WELCOME OUR BUSINESS 70% Happy Kids @ Gobetti-Volta, Bagno a Ripoli during the summer Business RESEARCH MARKETING MANAGER NEEDS PITCH Leo SMITH Personal Savings H APPY KIDS LEARN ENGLISH YOUR FINANCIAL have fun and learn English I Great demand for English Residential area with lots of young children Few opportunities for parents to find interesting activities for children in summer Possibility of using Gobetti-Volta grounds and pool A minimum of 25 children paying fees for the various clubs, including : traditional tuition, fun&games, speak&splash, lunch & laughter. Other special treats in the pool: snakes &ladders , hide 'n seek, treasure hunt " TEMPLATE BY CONTENT BY JEREMIE BERREBI

Work Plan Presentation

Transcript: Dream > Plan > Act > Achieve Workplan Rocks Setting Goals Why is it important? What is...? Goals Goals Agenda We will be discussing Why we set Goals Breaking Down our Goals Common Mistakes Self Care Resources & Tracking Success Productivity Be Time Multiplier Bite Size Bite Size Create Task List Set timeline Define Milestones Check in with partners Tracking Monitor your goals Traditional way Calendar or note books wall calender Technology Outlook To do list Daily >> Weekly >> Monthly Tracking Time Multiplier Time to Plan Build time into your schedule Uninterrupted time write down your goals for the week Flexibility "work the workplan don't let the workplan work you" Adjustments Change methods Identifying the wrong goals or plans Prioritize Be A Multiplier Multiplier What is the most important thing I can do today? that would make tomorrow better. Can I eliminate this task? Can it be delegated or can I teach someone else how to do it. Should I do this now or can it wait? Common Mistakes Challenges In Goal Setting Avoid Internal Vague Lack of Planning Giving up Too Many Goals never Tracking Lack of Flexibility Challenges Labor Management Relationships Different Labor or Management Priorities Buy in from the frontline Unable to provide proper training Covid External Resources What you Have Resources Resources Support System Training and Development opportunities Alliance, Coalition, Management support Other regions and APR/UPR Local Unions Self Care Self-care is all about taking care of your mind and body so you feel less stress and more happiness Get Enough Sleep Eat Healthy Hydrate Hydrate Hydrate Set time aside to be a multiplier Eat lunch away from your work station Set up healthy station Acknowledge Your Accomplishments Happy Secret

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