Based on what you have learned so far, think about a person you know who is struggling to have an appropiate adaptive response to an everyday life event that impacts their functioning. (This can be a current or past client or just someone you know.) Thinking about what you have ready what type(s) of sensory integration problems do you hypothosize that they have? Please list the problems and give your observations as to why you think this for each one. If you were going to formally assess this person what information would you like to gather? Do you have any ideas of assessment tools you might use to gather this information (formal and/or informal)? What ideas do you have of ways that you could create a treatment plan to help them with these issues to begin to create adaptive responses? *REMEMBER to create an adaptive response the client must be an active doer in the process not a passive recipeint. Don’t forget to use resources to back up your thoughts. Go to https://www.cl-asi.org/resources and scroll down to the recorded webinar called “ASI Theory” by Dr. Melisa Kaye, EdD, OTR/L. Click on the “watch now” button and follow the instructions provided (you will likely be prompted to download and install Adobe Connect at no cost in order to watch this video).
This is a report advising on the likely content and issues arising at each stage of a future Marketing Communications Plan for ‘Café Division’. Procedure: In this report I used academic sources and market research to support my findings and recommendations for a marketing communications plan for a new café called Café Division in Sheffield. This was between the dates of 15th December 2018 and 21st December 2018. Executive Summary: This report includes the business proposal for a SME café opening in Sheffield in June 2019, Café Division. I have conducted a marketing communications plan including; a SWOT analysis, objectives, promotional vehicles and a campaign schedule. Following this is ways to evaluate and control the plan and some recommendations for the future. Contents Table of Figures Introduction Findings: 1.1 Marketing Communications Audit and SWOT 1.2 Communication Objectives and Targets 1.3 Promotional Vehicles 1.4 Sales Promotion 1.5 Advertising 1.6 Public Relations 1.7 Social and Digital 1.8 Campaign Schedule 2.0 Evaluation and Control Recommendations Appendices Bibliography References Table of Figures Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 Introduction Café Division’ is a new, exciting Café opening on Division Street in Sheffield City Centre, in June 2019. The unique selling point of this café is the element of a quirky interior with a modern yet vintage twist. Specialising in fresh and quirky food and drink, it will appeal to the many students in the city due to the two Universities, shoppers in the area such as West Street, The Moor and Fargate and tourists. In the future, when the business has become more established and we have built more customer loyalty and brand perception, we hope to run evening events where customers can eat and drink with a source of entertainment in the café to create an exciting evening atmosphere. The business will operate as a sole proprietorship and for the opening will require one more managerial position to work alongside the owner, 2 supervisor positions, 3 kitchen staff and 6 front of house staff. Findings: 1.1 Marketing Communications Audit and SWOT To ensure that all the strengths and weaknesses of our new business are identified, we have carried out a SWOT and PESTLE analysis to determine these. A SWOT analysis includes internal (micro) and external (macro) environmental factors (Pickton
The most famous British dramatist is Shakespeare.He was born in 1564 in Stratford upon Avon River and dies at the age of 52 in 1616. When he was young, he left Stratford for London and he became an actor. His literary carrier began around 1587, when he started writing a history called King Henry the VIth – part one. In the following years he wrote part 2 and part 3. But the third part is three plays. There is a play about the 100 years war. The play King Henry the VIth takes action at the end of the 100 years war. When the 100 years war is over it is followed by the war of the roses. The war of the two royal houses: York and Lancaster. At the end of this first period Shakespeare wrote the famous play King Richard the IIIrd. The three plays about King Henri the VIth and the play about King Richard the IIIrd form a loose feudal tetralogy. King Henry the VIth is about feudal and intestine wars and about chaos. The play King Richard the IIIrd is similar to the play Macbeth. This is the story of a usurper who murders his way to the throne. He has hypnotic power. This is a demonic character who is also a great actor as a chameleon. At the end he is killed in a battle, but he died gratefully and bravely. King Richard is defeated and overthroned and his death marks the end of the middle Ages in England. He was defeated by Henry Tudor, who becomes Henry the VIIth. Henry the VIIth starts the Tudor House which rules during the Renaissance. In his first period form 1587 till 1592(3) Shakespeare also wrote four experimental comedies. These are: “The Comedy of errors”, “The taming of the shrew” and “The two gentlemen of Verona”. “The comedy of errors” is based upon the most famous Plautus’ roman – “The twins”. Shakespeare complicates the situation further because his main characters are not only identical twins but they also have two identical servants. This is a comedy of misunderstanding. The other famous play from this period is “The taming of the shrew” and it is based upon an old English farce. The play is set in Italy. It is about two sisters, one of which is shrew and the other is a model one. At the end the one which was shrew becomes a model one and the one which was liked by everybody becomes shrew. In the third play: “The two gentlemen of Verona” Shakespeare experiments with a conflict between two friends. In his first period Shakespeare wrote also one tragedy: “Titus Andronicus”. It is a bloody tragedy influenced by Seneca. At the end of 1582 the Great Plague, when all the theatres were closed, puts an end of Shakespeare’s first period. Shakespeare’s second period begins in 1593(4) and covers the years till the end of 16th century. Shakespeare wrote some of his greatest poetical plays in his second period. First is the romantic comedy of love- “Midsummer night dream”. Here Shakespeare contrasts rational versus blind love. The play is set in Athens, in a wood where the prince Theseus is getting married. He represents rational love- love guided by reason. By contrast the love which several young people feel is irrational and blind. In this play Shakespeare introduces several groups of characters: the characters mentioned above, the Fairy kingdom- represented by the King and the Queen of the Fairies, by other spirits and by immature lovers and the third group of characters, represented by the craftsmen. Before Shakespeare English fairies were represented as being the size of children. Fairies were short creatures. They were very mischievous, they specialized practical jokes. But Shakespeare enriches English Folklore by writing highly poetically and by presenting fairies as creatures that live among the flowers. Shakespeare created many little stories about the fairies. Thus Shakespeare enriches English folklore and creates more poetical image of it. The world of the fairies is romantic and poetic. This one of the craftsmen is utterly prosaic and literal-minded. Craftsmen have no head for poetry. Shakespeare shows the limitations of the romantic and poetical world of the fairies and of the prosaic world of the craftsmen. None of them is sufficient. These both worlds are complementary. Other comedies which Shakespeare wrote in his second period are “The Merchant of Venice”, which is a gloomy comedy and “Twelfth night”. Shakespeare also wrote his greatest histories in his second period. These are the plays: “King Richard the second”, two plays about king Henry the fourth and one play about king Henry the fifth. Shakespeare first wrote about the later kings and after that he wrote another tetralogy about the earlier kings. The play “King Richard the second” is a story about a weak king who is forced to abdicate. There is a famous scene in which Richard has to give up the crown and Henry to take it. Richard holds on the crown but the pretender is also anxious to have it. So we have two kings and one crown. Richard is a king for life but at the end he is killed and the pretender is left as the only king (a king and a non-king). The problem is solved by the killing of Richard and the pretender becomes King Henry the fourth. Shakespeare wrote two plays about King Henry the fourth, the most famous of which is Falstaff. The play Falstaff is based on the character of the bragging soldier. Falstaff is a braggart, a comic hero. Falstaff and his friends like to drink to be up to mischief. One of them is Prince Henry- Henry the fourth’s son. The prince and his merry companions upset the king, who is worried about his son. At the end of the play the prince is crowned and becomes King Henry the fifth. He gives up his former companions and ways of life and becomes a model king. Then Shakespeare wrote a play about this new king- King Henry the fifth. Shakespeare presents King Henry the fifth as an idealized figure. He is Shakespeare’s ideal for a king. King Henry the fourth and King Henry the fifth represent two opposite characters. Henry the fourth is villain and unscrupulous, whereas Henry the fifth is represented as a people’s man. But this is not true because in Henry the fifth’s time there were a lot of cruelties. These plays about King Richard the second, Henry the fourth and Henry the fifth represent another loose tetralogy. These are Shakespeare’s greatest histories. In his second period Shakespeare wrote also two tragedies. The first one is Romeo and Juliet. At that time tragedies had to be about kings and queens or about individuals placed very highly in society. Shakespeare introduces characters who belong to the middle classes, who are not a king and a queen. The tragedy Romeo and Juliet is about actions which are seen as inevitable. Professor Minkoff says that “not all the actions in Romeo and Juliet are inevitable” (Minkoff, A History of English Literature Part I).Juliet is asleep, she has taken some drug. Romeo sees her and thinks she’s dead. He kills himself. Juliet sees him in her turn and she kills herself. These are some misunderstandings which violate the fact of inevitability. However from the very beginning Shakespeare prepares us for the tragic outcome. There are images of disease and infection ( the rose eaten by a worm). The second tragedy was written ate the end of Shakespeare’s second period. This is ‘Julius Caesar”. This is a tragedy of lost ideals. The main character is not Caesar but Brutus. The third period of Shakespeare is from 1600 till 1607. This is the period of Shakespeare’s great tragedies. The first play Shakespeare wrote in the new century is “Troilus and Cressida”. This is a tragic-comedy. The beginning of the seventeenth century was a time of disillusionment with the ideals of the high Renaissance. This period is known as the revolt and many satirical authors emerge at that time. Troilus is one of the sons of king Priamus. He is a petrarchistic lover. Troilus is in love with Cressida but she is sent to a Greek camp where she quickly forgets him. In this tragedy we find the most cynical attitude to love represented by Cressida’s uncle. Shakespeare’s next play is “Hamlet”-1601. Hamlet is disillusioned with the ideal of the high Renaissance. He suffers from melancholy. Nowadays we would call it a depression. In Shakespeare’s day melancholy was considered to be the first step to madness. This shows that there is something wrong with Hamlet. Part of his problem is due to the fact that he has a vivid imagination, which paralyzes his ability to act. We see Hamlet in many roles. We see him as a beautiful son, we see him as a lover, as a friend, as a soldier, as a Renaissance scholar. Shakespeare contrasts Hamlet with other characters in a similar situation. Laertes also loses a father – Plonius. Ofelia is Laertes’ sister and Hamlet’s true love. Laertes is in a similar situation as Hamlet but he thinks little and acts rushly. Laertes is a man of action and Hamlet is a man of inaction. In 1603 died Queen Elizabeth. She died and a new dynasty started ruling over England. The house of Stuart came to throne. The first of them is King James the first. At that time England and Scotland became one country. Shakespeare wrote Macbeth in order to please the new king. The characters in Macbeth are Scottish. There are Scottish witches, Scottish king and so on. The story of Macbeth is similar to that of King Richard the third. We have an usurper who murders his way to the throne. Shakespeare shows us Macbeth’s deteriorization. At first Macbeth is noble but he is too ambitious and murders the king Dunkan. Shakespeare shows the impact of crime on the originally noble Macbeth who subsequently becomes a butcher and a harden criminal. Macbeth is the second of Shakespeare’s great tragedies. The third is King Lear. This is the story of a king who has three daughters. At the beginning of the play Lear acts like a madman in his anger but later in the play he really goes mad. He starts speaking wisdom in his madness. So we have reason in madness. Shakespeare shows Lear’s regeneration trough suffering. The culmination of the play is the famous store scene, in which Lear prays for all poor people. Othello is the fourth of Shakespeare’s great tragedies. Othello is a successful general but he is only half-civilized and he is a moor. The main conflict is between Iago, who hates Othello and seeks to destroy him and Othello. Iago is like a devil. His hatred to Othello is irrational. He is very witty. He is devilish, demonic. His opposite is Othello’s young wife Desdemona, who stands for Christian goodness and virtue. Iago and Desdemona struggle for Othello’s soul. The fourth tragedy is “Anthony and Cleopatra”, where Shakespeare presents mature lovers.At the end of the play Anthony dies and Cleopatra kills herself. They both are contrasted with the cold world of Rome. ” These five tragedies Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear, Othello and Anthony and Cleopatra represent the greatest achievement in the History of Drama. They are tragedies of the Unique Individuality and this makes them characteristics of the Renaissance” (Minkoff, Studies in English Renaissance Drama) Shakespeare’s last period is from 1602 till 1612. In his last period he wrote Romances. The most famous of them are the “Winter tale” and the “Tempest”. In his Romances Shakespeare often writes about a father-daughter relationship. These plays are different from Shakespeare’s great tragedies and they end in reconciliation. Old enemies become reconciled. In the “Tempest” Shakespeare returns to the beautiful poetical creatures the elves and thus he tells to his audience goodbye. Shakespeare returns to Stratford where in 1666 he died and he is buried in the church of Stratford.
Funding Sources. Paper details Write a paper in which you develop a basic plan for funding the program that utilizes public and private funds. Reference a Saint Leo University Core Value, Theory, or NOHS Standards I will have other information from project attached with sources, etc please refer to theseFunding Sources
SJU The Importance of Research Ethics & Cultural Upbringings Discussion
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Answer the following questions in your own words:- Describe something that you learned about research ethics that you saw exemplified in the film. (Do not describe the same things that I discussed in lecture). Were the researchers documented in the film guided by a universal set of moral and ethical research principles?- What are research ethics? Why are they important? In what ways are they guided by our cultural upbringing?- In what ways could you connect the behavior of the researchers in the film to their own cultural upbringing? Name names, describe their behaviors. – What were some examples of how you saw the researchers’ cultural values and the Yanomami cultural values coming into conflict? Do you think they would be easy to mitigate?- How can we strive for conducting ethical scientific research, if ultimately our ethical and moral compasses are guided by our cultural beliefs and upbringings?Must Watch Video to answer questionsMust Read Article in order to answer questions
SJU The Importance of Research Ethics & Cultural Upbringings Discussion
Toronto University Conveying Genuine Conviction Analysis Paper
Toronto University Conveying Genuine Conviction Analysis Paper.
Please post a thoughtful paragraph of no more than 300 words.The parrhesiastes speaks truth to power candidly and straightforwardly, but how do we know what truth is? That is a big question and one that is very hard to answer. Perhaps let’s consider this instead: in a world where we have more and more evidence of conflicting truths, of beliefs in alternative realities, how does the parrhesiastes or the protestor articulate their belief in a way that conveys genuine conviction that what they speak is truth? Consider how social media is used to share messages of protest. How should language be used in a way that avoids creating empty catchphrases? Why do some protest slogans remain meaningful and powerful and other don’t? Is social media a productive vehicle of speaking truth to power? Do you know of any examples? Are there instances where such protest is a true act of parrhesia? Do you know of any examples? Are some media better suited to protest than others? (eg. Instagram vs. Twitter). Does the most powerful truth-telling inevitably involve some kind of physical act?Reflect on these prompts and the lecture material and your own critical insight and develop a response that engages one or more of these prompts, but be sure to engage the question above: how does the parrhesiastes or the protestor articulate their belief in a way that conveys genuine conviction that what they speak is truth? If you like, you can share examples from social media.plz read power point trut to power.
Toronto University Conveying Genuine Conviction Analysis Paper
Sexuality in Older Adults mft/ lcsw
Sexuality in Older Adults mft/ lcsw. I don’t know how to handle this Psychology question and need guidance.
These are two separate questions that should be answered separately with a minimum of 200 words and include an in text cite. Please USE READING
1)You are precepting a student seeking the master of science in marriage/family therapy. On your schedule for the day is Mr. & Mrs. Jones, a couple in their 80’s who have been seeing the MFT for approximately 3 months because of issues of sexual infidelity on the part of the wife. The student is somewhat naive and surprised by the background information on this couple and says to his/her preceptor (I didn’t think people at this age still thought about sex).
In a considered posting informed by the literature, how would you address the intern’s comments. Suggest at least 1 peer reviewed resource that you feel would help the student to develop a greater appreciation of issues of sexuality/intimacy in aging.
2)You are an MFT working with an elderly couple. One member of the couple (you can select) has had a health “issue”, and as a result, has not been able to perform sexually. The individual is afraid that spouse may be upset if they are unable to perform sexually. In this posting, provide a description of how you would address this concern. Include how you would collaborate with medical professionals.
Reading to answer questions correct
National Institute on Aging (n.d.). Sexuality in later life. Retrieved from https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/sexuality-later-life
Sexuality and Physical Changes with Aging. (n.d.). Retrieved February 11, 2018, from https://www.cigna.com/healthwellness/hw/medical-topics/sexuality-and-physical-changes-with-aging-hw159186#hw159215. Be sure to follow links to learn about physical changes and how to maintain sexuality in aging.
Syme, M. L. (2014) The evolving concept of older adult sexual behaviors and its benefits. Generations, 38(1) Retrieved from Proquest database in the Touro Library.
Youdin, R. (2016). Psychology of Aging 101. (pp. 110-129) Retrieved from EBSCO multi-search database in the Touro Library.
Tyndall, L., Hodgson, J., Lamson, A., White, M., & Knight, S. (2014). A Review of Medical Family Therapy: 30 Years of History, Growth, and Research. Medical Family Therapy, 13-32. Retrieved from EBSCO multi-search database in the Touro Library.
Sexuality in Older Adults mft/ lcsw