OCR Health and Social Care for GCSE by Hilary Thomson, Sylvia Aslangul
  

OCR Health and Social Care for GCSE

Written by Hilary Thomson, Sylvia Aslangul
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Synopsis

OCR Health and Social Care for GCSE by Hilary Thomson, Sylvia Aslangul

Endorsed by OCR for use with the OCR GCSE Health and Social Care specification, this book is a clear and comprehensive introduction to all aspects of health and social care. OCR Health and Social Care for GCSE is a brand new, full-colour resource that provides an accessible guide to the OCR qualification as well as other Level 2 health and social care related qualifications. Contents include: 1. Health, Social Care and Early Years Provision 2. Understanding Personal Development and Relationships 3. Promoting Health and Well-being 4. Safeguarding and Protecting Individuals. The book is supported by a separately available Teacher Resource CD-ROM.

About the Author

Hilary Thomson is a lecturer at Esher College. Sylvia Aslangul has had a long career working and teaching in the health and social care sector and now works in the voluntary sector.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
264 pages

Author

Hilary Thomson, Sylvia Aslangul
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

24th April 2009

ISBN

9780340975084


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