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Health Education Council and National Extension College for Training in Health and Race. Providing Effective Health Care in a Multiracial Society. 40 A PERSONAL APPROACH TO PATIENT CARE Health Education Council, London, 1984. Henley, A. (Asians in Britain Series): 1. Caring for Muslims and their Families: Religious Aspects of Care, 1982. 2. Caring for Hindus and their Families: Religious Aspects of Care, 1983. 3. Caring for Sikhs and their Families: Religious Aspects of Care, 1983. Published by the DHSS and King's Fund Centre.
Loss of hearing Intellectual capacity Intelligence quotient around 100 21. High intelligence quotient (gifted) 22. 18 Profile of a person who is at the limits of normal height and weight • For gaining knowledge Independent • For air Breathes without assistance • For aesthetic and sensory satisfaction May be limited in pursuit of pastimes • For food and drink For height extremes may need to alter height of work surfaces. For weight extremes may need professional advice for selection of food and drink • For realisation of potential May be limited in pursuit of a chosen career, for example there is a minimum height for entering the police force, limits of height and weight for ballet dancing and for nursing • For elimination Independent • For shelter Could have difficulty in purchasing suitable clothing.
For very tall and overweight extra long or firm beds are needed SELF-FULFILMENT NEEDS PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS 17. A PERSON WHO IS AT THE LIMITS OF NORMAL HEIGHT AND WEIGHT ACHIEVEMENT NEEDS SECURITY NEEDS • For approval From family, friends and workmates. g. g. g. many do not have wheelchair access • For realisation of potential May be frustrated by physical limitations • For air Breathes without assistance • For food and drink May need assistance with selecting food, cooking and eating and drinking • For elimination May need assistance with elimination • For shelter May be dependent on others for dressing and providing a shelter • For exercise May be dependent on others for providing opportunity • For sleep/rest May be dependent on others for providing a safe, warm environment and may need help with getting in and out of bed SELF-FULFILMENT NEEDS PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS 18.
A Personal Approach to Patient Care by P. J. Hunt, B. Sendell (auth.)