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English language courses cover beginning, intermediate and advanced levels of speaking, reading and writing in English, including grammar and literature skills. Generally UK English Schools and Universities provide seven types of English Language courses:

  • General English
  • Intensive English
  • Academic English
  • Junior English courses
  • IELTS Preparation Course
  • Pre-sessional English
  • Business English
  • General English:

General and intensive English are basic level language courses. This course is most suitable for anyone 16 or above who is interested in improving their general English language skills. General English courses will develop the practical communication skills in speaking and writing as well as reading and listening and, of course, the fluency and grammatical accuracy of the learner.

Intensive English:

Intensive English courses are full time as standard, usually between 22 and 30 hours per week of English study in a classroom environment. These programs practice the skills and language needed specifically for that area; examples are English for law, medicine or aviation.

Academic English:

English for Academic Purposes is designed for students planning to begin tertiary studies. It introduces students to academic study skills. In this course you’ll earn the quality of understanding and maintaining all your academic needs and requirements successfully. Academic English usually conveys some extra knowledge like literary terms, vocabulary, phrase, complex grammar etc. That’s not covered by other English courses. You’ll also be an expert in creating standard academic essay and doing well presentations by this courses.

Junior English courses:

Junior English courses designed for younger students which are run in winter from January to February and then in summer from late June to the end of August. Perfect for improving your English, making friends and having fun. Bespoke junior group courses year round – call for more details. The popularity of Junior English programmes for young learners between the ages of 8-18 is on the rise as more parents see the benefits of a child learning English whilst embracing new cultures and countries for the first time.

Many Junior English courses take place over the summer, allowing children to make the most of a nicer climate, meaning more trips, outside teaching and a much warmer atmosphere than studying in the winter. Once you decide to enroll your child on a course and the school have offered you a place, the language school will generally take care of everything to ensure a stress free transition.

Tracheostomy and Ventilator Care

Home care nurses are often needed for specialty care cases for both adults and children. Some of the most medically complicated cases they handle are tracheostomy patients. These individuals require a ventilator in order to maintain their breathing, which requires a high level of medical competence to manage. For many patients and families transitioning to life with a ventilator following a tracheostomy, these skilled home care nurses are an invaluable resource. What Is Tracheostomy Nursing Care? A tracheostomy is an opening in the trachea through the neck, allowing the patient to breathe. In turn, tracheostomy nursing care is the medical care of patients following a tracheostomy, speci×cally helping them as they transition into life with a tracheostomy tube. This includes aiding and educating the tracheostomy patient, helping them with the daily tasks surrounding their new ventilator. This can be especially challenging, considering many ventilator patients are children, and therefore require speci×c attention and care. Ventilator Nursing Care Services The nursing care of a ventilated patient encompasses a breadth of tasks regarding the care and education of both the patient and their primary caregivers. Just a few of these services include the following: > Cleaning and maintaining the ventilator by removing mucus and other secretions > Monitoring the ventilator for signs of infection at the tracheostomy site > Monitoring the ventilator for signs of displacement or unexpected movement > Dressing and promoting healing around the tracheostomy incision > Assessing the respiratory health and pulse rate of the patient and identifying signs of illness > Assessing drainage on the tracheostomy dressing and the appearance of the incision to monitor for infection > Assistance of pediatric patients in attending school and other activities > Facilitating communication between the patient, their family and others like them to foster emotional and psychological well-being . Because tracheostomy care involves a great deal of scienti×c and medical knowledge, nursing care for a tracheostomy patient will likely be long term. Why Choose Tracheostomy Care? Tracheostomy care provides patients and their caregivers with the support and coaching they need to make the transition into life with a ventilator. Nurses trained in tracheostomy care not only ensure the health of the patient as they recover from a tracheostomy procedure, but they also provide the patient and their family with the educational tools and support systems they need to enjoy relatively normal lives. With tracheostomy care nursing from Guardian Community Health Systems’ skilled nurses, you can ensure your loved one gets the ventilator care they need to enjoy life to the fullest. Learn more about Guardian’s tracheostomy care services today by calling or contacting us online.

Lung Rehab

Various conditions affecting the airways and the lungs can lead to shortness of breath, decreased vital capacity and reduced effort tolerance. Illnesses like Pneumonia, Lung collapse, Fluid collection in the lungs need a carefully structured lung and airway rehabilitation plan to complement the medical care. Obstructive airway disorders like Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) are long standing and recurrent in nature. Frequent exacerbations can adversely impact the quality of life and also result in recurrent hospitalisation. Our programs are customized for a duration of 2 to 4 weeks. Benefits of Lung Rehab at Home • Reducing shortness of breath through goal oriented Lung Rehab • Improving physical effort tolerance • Regular monitoring of Oxygen and Carbon dioxide levels • Avoiding recurrent hospitalization • Enabling patients and family for better long-term outcomes

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