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

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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