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Whatever the procedure, it is always possible that it will favor certain types of cases in the population more than the others, in other words the data from the sample will be biased.

In descriptive studies the presence of bias is usully a grave handicap, because it can prohibit generalizing the results into the population. This is a difficulty that you will meet later in your project, when Assessing Non-Random Sampling and when writing the final chapter of your report, so it can be prudent to think about it in advance, when selecting the sampling method.

When assessing a non-random sample you should ask yourself: Will the results from the sample be the same that you would get from the population? Is it certain that the criterion that you have used in selecting the sample (e.g. the willingness of people to participate) has no relationship with those variables that you want to record from the sample? If there is correlation, your sample will be biased and you should consider constructing a new sample with less correlation.

As a contrast, in research and development projects the risks in using non-random samples are smaller, because often a bias can be compensated later. For example, it is common to use convenience sampling when selecting potential customers to a think-tank in order to develop an early product concept. The selection of persons will probably be biased, as well as the proposals from the think-tank, but normally the proposals will be rectified at a later stage when they are evaluated anew by another, larger group of people.

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1. Convenience sample. A coincidental group, e.g. people at a meeting, might be specified as a sample. More exactly, the sample contains those persons in the group who are willing to take part. Such a sample is often heavily biased, but this can be accepted if the data obtained from the sample are not really going to be used, such as is the case in demonstrations in survey method classes at universities. Likewise, this is a possible method when you need a few potential customers to assist in product development, on the condition that the obtained results shall later be tested with a better sample from the Madison Alycia Ankle Strap Pump Heels Black Black o7gpx
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2. Sample of volunteers is created when all the members of a population have the opportunity to participate in the sample, and all volunteers are accepted. If you insert a survey form in an Internet page and ask people to give their opinions on a topic, you will get this type of sample from all the readers of this page. Similarly, the persons who spontaneously send customer feedback to a company are a sample of volunteers from all the customers.

A sample of volunteers can be a practical alternative when there is no list of the members of the population from which a random sample could be drawn, or when it is difficult to contact the people in a sample because their addresses are not known. The disadvantage is that it is difficult to assess the presence of bias, i.e. whether the opinions or other interesting properties of the volunteers deviate from those of the population. When considering this question, there are two questions to ask:

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Who is the service for?

We work with two groups of people:

The service is available to families and care staff working with people who have diagnosed dementia and are behaving in ways that are challenging. This is why referrals are usually made by health professionals such as GPs, psychiatrists, community psychiatric nurses, or social workers.

What we do and how we help

We know that caring for someone with dementia can be very hard work. We also know that some people with dementia find it hard to communicate, can mistake what is going on around them, and can behave in ways whichare difficult to cope with. Such behaviours can include:

By giving practical advice and ‘hands-on’ support, our team’saim is to help to reduce the impact of these challenges on caregivers and, where possible, prevent the challenges from happening in the first place. The team want to improve the wellbeing and quality of life of the person with dementia, and of the people caring for them.

What kind of support will I get?

Whether at home or in a nursing home, we work with carers of people who have a diagnosis of dementia.

We understand that every case is different; it will take longer than one visit to develop an action plan. After the assessment, we will create a personal package that is suited to your circumstances. Our team will spend time with you, support you, and show you how best to care for the person with dementia – and specifically how to approach their difficult behaviours.

We provide:

We aim to leave you with better ways to manage within 12 weeks.

How do I make an appointment?

Often the people we work with are already in contact with mental health professionals, who will refer on to us. If you are caring for someone with diagnosed dementia who is presenting with challenging behaviour and you are not in contact with a mental health professional, please hand this leaflet to your GP, who will be able to help.

What happens next?

Once we receive a referral, we will contact you within 72 hours. During the initial conversation, we will offer help and arrange a suitable time to visit. We understand that caring for someone with dementia is a 24-hour job, and sometimes it is during the early hours and through the night when help is most needed. In these circumstances, we can plan a visit at a time that suits you.

We may ask you some questions about any help you have received up to this point, and what you are finding challenging. On our first visit, you will meet at least two members of our team. We will work with you to create aims and goals and to find out as much as possibleabout the person with dementia – this allows us to identify the best way to help you.

How to refer

If you are a carer for someone who has dementia and think that we might be able to help you, please get in touch and we will advise you how to contact the right professional to refer you. We will respond within two working days.

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