An illustrated book with words and music to a children's song that introduces the people who take care of animals. Includes music CD and online music access.
There are people who help the pets that we adore, and people helping the animals that live outdoors. At the zoo you can see exotic animals like leopards and ...
Author: Janet Preus
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Illustrated song text about the people who help other people in the local community: mail carrier, firefighter, police, and garbage collector.
People helping people, all around. People helping people, in my town. Where is the fire? The firefighters know. Their red truck has a siren and a long water ...
Author: Janet Preus
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A useful book in which the authors describe and advocate self-help and mutual aid groups in the field of human services. Topics include support groups for bereaved parents, sexually abusive families, women who have undergone Caesarean childbirth, and former mental patients.
Self-help and Prevention Leonard D. Borman ... For one thing his work requires that he not use people for an end not related to their own welfare .
Author: Leonard D. Borman
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Plan for six weeks of learning covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS through the topic of people who help us. The Planning for Learning series is a series of topic books written around the Early Years Foundation Stage designed to make planning easy. This book takes you through six weeks of activities on the theme of people who help us. Each activity is linked to a specific Early Learning Goal, and the book contains a skills overview so that practitioners can keep track of which areas of learning and development they are promoting. This book also includes a photocopiable page to give to parents with ideas for them to get involved with their children's topic, as well as ideas for bringing the six weeks of learning together. The weekly themes in this book include: people who help keep us safe, help us stay healthy, help us to have food and who help us at home. Tie the learning together with a big thank you party.
The topic of People Who Help Us offers many opportunities for children's personal and social development. Time spent discussing the way people help them and ...
Author: Rachel Sparks Linfield
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Intellectual Background The World Bank, the leading multilateral development agency, begins its Mission Statement with a dedication to helping people help ...
Author: Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.). Dept. of Education and Research
Publisher: World Bank Publications
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Author: United Nations Information Organisation (London, England)
Category: International relief
In this guidebook, People With HIV and Those Who Help Them, author Dennis Shelby uses the reported experiences of HIV-positive men to chart the course of living with HIV. He offers a consistent clinical-theoretical framework that encompasses the vast range of clinical problems clinicians may encounter in their work with HIV-positive individuals across the span of infection. This book provides a detailed account of the many psychological transformations that infected people experience. People With HIV and Those Who Help Them enables clinicians and students to better address the problems commonly encountered in clinical practice with persons with HIV. Clinicians will be able to gain perspective on the process of knowing one is infected, infected men will see their process mirrored and validated, and family, friends, and partners of infected men will gain a greater appreciation for the experience of their relative, friend, and partner. As clinicians have gained experience in working with HIV-positive people, they have become increasingly aware of the complexity of successful clinical intervention with HIV-related problems. In his book, Shelby “breaks down” this complex process into its component aspects: psychological impact of HIV infection the process of adapting to the knowledge of infection the dynamic process involved with HIV infection common problems and solutions encountered by infected people case examples that illustrate the clinical framework intensive psychotherapy and HIV infection The study that is the basis for this book charts the initial psychological impact and many changes and transformations of the experience of being HIV-positive. While infected people are often encouraged to maintain hopeful outlooks and to think of themselves as living with HIV rather than dying from it, it is often a long and arduous process to achieve and maintain this perspective. People With HIV and Those Who Help Them is a guide to help those with HIV to keep a positive outlook on life.
Men may come to feel that future progress is blocked. ... NowIlook at my parentsin their seventies and I think that I will not be able to help them.” Men ...
Author: Carlton Munson
Category: Health & Fitness
The population is growing in size and age and people are more likely to suffer ... the way systems work and this includes helping people to help themselves.
Publisher: The Health Foundation
David Ellerman relates a deep theoretical groundwork for a philosophy of development, while offering a descriptive, practical suggestion of how goals of development can be better set and met. Beginning with the assertion that development assistance agencies are inherently structured to provide help that is ultimately unhelpful by overriding or undercutting the capacity of people to help themselves, David Ellerman argues that the best strategy for development is a drastic reduction in development assistance. The locus of initiative can then shift from the would-be helpers to the doers (recipients) of development. Ellerman presents various methods for shifting initiative that are indirect, enabling and autonomy-respecting. Eight representative figures in the fields of education, community organization, economic development, psychotherapy and management theory including: Albert Hirschman, Paulo Freire, John Dewey, and Søren Kierkegaard demonstrate how the major themes of assisting autonomy among people are essentially the same. David Ellerman is currently a Visiting Scholar in the Economics Department at the University of California at Riverside.
In any case, the content of those internal critiques is the basis for the ... to meet many people who understand how “to help people help themselves” and ...
Author: David Ellerman
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Category: Business & Economics
Mr. Livsey, like all men who have an intelligent honesty of their own, ... the country might be helped across into purpose and a definite policy of freedom.
Author: George Jacob Holyoake
A companion to How to Pray & Communicate with God, the Leader's Guide offers suggestions for using biblical guides and enhancing the study. It also contains answers to study questions.
It affects those who have made a commitment to Christ and those who have not. The Community of Faith can help a person who is experiencing a psychological ...
Author: Colleen Birchett
Publisher: Urban Ministries Inc
This new edition of Using Groups to Help People has been written with the interests, needs, and concerns of group therapists and group workers in mind. It is designed to help practitioners to plan and conduct therapeutic groups of diverse kinds, and it presents frameworks to assist practitioners to understand and judge how to respond to the unique situations which arise during group sessions. It deals with such issues as: choosing groups formats and structures to match the needs and capabilities if different populations of people observing and listening to groups, and making sense of what one sees and hears. problem situations, and how they can be turned into opportunities why, how and when to intervene in a group events which can occur in therapeutic groups which cannot occur in individual psychotherapy, and implications for the therapist uses and misuses of theory when planning and conducting groups planning and conducting research on one's own groups and those of colleagues. This practical and readable book will prove valuable to all those involved in making use of small face-to-face groups to benefit their members. It takes into account new developments in the field during the past fifteen years, including new writing and the author's further experiences and thinking during this time.
... and how participation in a group can help people in personal ways. They are not generally regarded by others as being in need of personal help, ...
Author: Dorothy Stock Whitaker
A community is only as strong as its individual members. What roles do those members play, and how do citizens work together to complete common tasks and achieve goals? A clear question-answer format, paired with photos kids can relate to, shows the importance of responsibility and cooperation. A simple activity encourages young readers to actively participate in their own community.
How Can We Help Others in Our Community? We make our community better by helping other people. We may cook food for people to eat at a community center.
Author: Martha Elizabeth Hillman Rustad
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A somewhat more difficult question is how many people with dementia who have an ... If training and assistance were available to help families and other ...
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
We know leadership isn't exclusive to corner offices and multimillion-dollar budgets--some of the best leaders are the mentors and technicians who are more comfortable behind the scenes. But what if being an effective leader isn't just about having innovative ideas and high levels of productivity? What if becoming a great leader is more about prioritizing self-awareness and people skills than production and performance? Help! I Work with People is not a book about leadership theory, but rather a handbook on how to connect with people and influence them for good. With his signature transparent and relatable storytelling, Chad Veach uses modern research and biblical principles to encourage you to lean into your leadership potential regardless of your level of influence or experience. In short and easily digestible chapters, he addresses the three phases of becoming a quality leader: · learning to lead the hardest person you will ever be in charge of--yourself · recognizing the power of becoming a people person · creating a culture and environment where the team's shared vision can grow People are the most important part of life. Let's learn how to lead as if we like each other.
HELP ! I WORK WITH PEOPLE GETTING GOOD AT INFLUENCE , LEADERSHIP , AND PEOPLE SKILLS CHAD VEACH HELP ! I WORK WITH PEOPLE HELP ! I WORK.
Author: Chad Veach
Publisher: Baker Books
Young people with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties (BESD - sometimes called 'SEBD' or 'EBD') need effective and consistent support, yet providing this can be highly stressful and demanding for the practitioners involved. Complete with practical intervention strategies based on research, theory and practice, this comprehensive handbook provides practitioners with the information and tools they need to deal with BESD in a way that is of benefit to them as well as to the children they work with. The book begins by expanding the reader's general understanding of BESD in children. The authors examine the underlying causes, explore what can be learned from past experience, and discuss research-based theory. They then offer a range of interventions and therapies for use in and out of school, and encourage practitioners to develop skills such as engaging with parents, identifying special educational needs and setting constructive boundaries. Finally, the needs of practitioners themselves are addressed. The authors advise on how to collaborate productively with other professions and stress the importance of supporting colleagues and developing the personal resilience needed to cope in difficult circumstances. Wide-ranging, accessible and current, this guide will be an invaluable resource for the professional development of teachers and other practitioners working with young people with BESD/SEBD in educational settings.
It points out that it is less stigmatising for pupils with SEN to receive most of the help they need from the same people who are providing it for everyone.
Author: Barbara Knowles
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
How does the Bible help hurting people? The answers are included in the 12 chapters of this book. Addressed are issues such as loneliness, guilt, fear, anxiety, grief and anger. Each chapter tells the story of a different biblical character and demonstrates God's power to overcome these particular challenges.
The counselor must be warm, gentle, patient, and intensely desirous of helping people. The counselor might not be connected to any religious body but must ...
Author: Colleen Birchett
Publisher: Urban Ministries Inc
The first book of its kind to focus on comparative self-help organization movements in Asia.
Disability statistics in the People's Republic of China . ... In Powell , T.J. ( Ed . ) , Self - help organizations and professional practice .
Author: Joseph K. F. Kwok
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Social Science
Born and raised on a farm in Munnsville, New York, Jim Marshall grew a passion for animals. After high school Jim attended Cornell University and started his career as a Veterinarian. After marrying his wife Ruth, Dr. Marshall built and ran the Fayetteville Veterianry Hospital, which was a great accomplishment. Four wonderful children were born and raised in the house right behind the vet hospital where Jim and Ruth reside today. Who would have thought that the man who had fulfilled so much would have attempted suicide at the age of fifty-one? Miraculously Dr. Marshall survived and is sharing his story of survival and hope with all of those that suffer from depressive illness.
... who gave his advice and help in publishing this book. Introduction This book is about courage and determination. It is x Where Animals Help People.
Author: James O. Marshall
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The Mental Hygiene Approach in Your Work with Youth Rudolph M. Wittenberg. ---- this is a LEADERSHIP LIBRARY book HOW TO HELP PEOPLE.
Author: Rudolph M. Wittenberg
Category: Mental health