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A brain injury can have a dramatic effect on all areas of a person's life. This manual is designed to provide an understanding of some of the effects of a brain injury and how to manage them. It focuses on how brain injury may affect thinking skills (e.g. memory), emotions and other related areas (e.g. sleep, work and driving). This manual provides techniques based on psychological approaches, which have been shown to be effective with people who have experienced a brain injury. As well as being an important resource for mental health professionals, it will also be useful for families who wish to help a person with a brain injury. It has two clear functions: a resource manual for clinicians and carers / families to work through with brain injury survivors; and a self-help resource for clients with a brain injury.
Complete, collected episodes from four seasons of the Channel 4 drama set in Summerdown Comprehensive, where the teachers are just as juvenile (if not more so) as the teenagers they are supposed to be educating. Series 1 follows the misadventures of teacher Simon Casey (Andrew Lincoln), who has as many problems in his personal life as he has in his classroom. Lowlights of his school year include being kicked out of his father's flat, getting dumped by his girlfriend and getting caught smoking a joint with a pupil. In Series 2, the focus shifts away from Simon as he decides his life is boring and buys a one-way ticket to South America. But there are still intrigues and politics aplenty unfolding at Summerdown... In Series 3, it's business as usual for the young teachers who specialise in immaturity rather than the traditional subjects, as they continue to spend their working life making friends, falling out, trying to figure out the opposite sex, smoking in the playground and dealing with lippy pupils. In series 4, Summerdown Comp has merged with a rival school, Bob (Lloyd McGuire) goes in search of a Thai mail-order bride, and the rest of the staff begin to suspect that Penny (Tamzin Malleson) is a Nazi after learning that her real surname is Eichmann.
All 16 episodes of the gritty hospital drama dealing with intrigue and malpractice in an NHS maternity unit. Young registrar Rob Lake (Max Beesley) works under established gynaecologist Roger Hurley (Patrick Baladi) whose record and methods are worthy of question. In series two, Rob finds himself out of a job whilst Hurley is promoted to Clinical Director. Rob's affair with Donna (Neve McIntosh) is still strong, though remaining extremely quiet. Hurley's patented close shaves on the operating table continue to give staff cause for concern, as he butts heads with fellow consultant Tony Whitman (Keith Allen). Meanwhile, accusations of sexual harassment are levelled at Whitman, Donna crumbles under the stress and hits the diamorphine, more patients die and all the while, Rob quietly plots Hurley's demise.
Instantly acquire all the knowledge you need to pass as an expert in the world of cats. Never again confuse a Cornish Rex with a type of pasty, a Turkish Angora with a cardigan, or a LaPerm with a bad hair day. Bask in the admiration of your fellow cat people as you pronounce confidently on a tendency for anthropomorphism among feline fans (ascribing human characteristics to animals), assure them that it isn't catching, and effortlessly hold your own against the most pompous of 'ailurophiles' - especially if they don't know the difference between vomeronasals and vibrissae. The chances are they won't know the real reason that ancient Egyptians revered their cats as demigods either. Written by experts and offering readers the opportunity to pass off appropriated knowledge as their own, the Bluffer's Guides provide hard fact masquerading as frivolous observation in one witty, easy read.
When a Methodist minister meets a Mormon missionary, his life is changed forever. But this new convert soon finds himself struggling to recognize the promised blessings of the gospel when violent persecution shakes the fledgling Church in Wales. Told with passion and heart, this triumphant tale is guaranteed to uplift and inspire.
Who knows what's going through your cat's mind when he does the things he does? Why does he dart from room to room for no real reason? Why does he hiss at empty spaces? And where does he go when he disappears for days on end? Cats are curious creatures, but with The Secret Life of your Cat you'll soon be able to decipher his actions and gain a greater understanding of his world. Written by the most popular cat author in the UK, Vicky Halls' affable and insightful prose analyses every situation and reveals your cat's inner-most thoughts, unveiling the mysteries of his behaviour and helping to build a better bond between you and your pet. Fully-illustrated throughout, with in-depth explanations for all feline habits and a quick-reference section allowing you to quickly locate any issues, The Secret Life of your Cat ensures that you'll no longer be bemused by his peculiar antics.
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