Health Care

Assessment Task

Present a 700-word document of detailed version of presented materials researched for your component of the group presentation complete with references and in text citations. This is not a direct copy of the notes/narrated text in the PowerPoint but shows thorough research of presented materials and background to the individual’s topic. Include a critical evaluation and self-reflection as a conclusion; What concepts emerged and analyse the overall themes presented as they relate to wellbeing.



Presented materials researched is below. The presentedmaterials from Slide1 to Silde3, topic title is How the Social capital: enhancing wellbeing in a high-density community, and the country our group doing is on Singapore, and target community is Old Age(elderly). Basically, what I am presented is define Social capital. And define what is high density community in Slide1, define wellbeing and dimensions of wellbeing, such as Cultural, Community, Family and individual in Silde2, And Links and explain the Health promotion on 5 key areasbase on Ottawa charterin Slide 3.





Slide 1:
What is Social capital?

Social capital is defined by the OECD as “networks together with shared norms, values and understandings that co-operation within or among groups”.
In singapore, social capital has emerged as an area of great interest to a large number of government agencies, community and welfare organisations, research institutions and community development practitioners.

There’s much debate over the various forms that social capital takes, but one fairly straightforward approach divides it into three main categories:

Bonds: Links to people based on a sense of common identity (“people like us”) – such as family, close friends and people who share our culture or ethnicity.

Bridges: Links that stretch beyond a shared sense of identity, for example to distant friends, colleagues and associates.

Linkages: Links to people or groups further up or lower down the social ladder.

The potential benefits of social capital can be seen by looking at social bonds. Friends and families can help us in lots of ways – emotionally, socially and economically. In the United Kingdom, for example, a government survey found that more people secure jobs through personal contacts than through advertisements. Such support can be even more important in countries where the rule of law

What is high density community?
Higher density community is essential for provide with various of services, activities or facilities, for improving the quality of life for people living around the community. Consider a high density city with over 7000 persons per square.

Slide 2
What is wellbeing?
Basically every aspect of your life influences you state of wellbeing. But we can see “wellbeing” as the whole picture in singapore, it relates to Cultural, Community, Family, individual.

Cultural: With such a cultural diversity, Singapore is a multi-religious related to ethnicity, language, religion, gender life experience, Collective sense of purpose of yourself, achieve happiness through the Cultural.

Community: connectedness, livability, and equity.
1)         Connectedness: offer social support, enhance social trust, support members living harmoniously together, Foster civic engagement.
2)         Livability: Housing, Transportation, Education, Parks and recreation, Human services, Public safety.
3)         Equality: All member are treated with fairness and justice. There is equal opportunity to get education and meet individual potential.

Family: a good family relationships play important part of wellbeing, we find that parents and carers with stronger relationships have better social and emotional wellbeing.
Individual: physical, relationships, mental.

Slide 3

A successful social capital also need to achieve the health promotion Based on
Five key areas from Ottawa Charter

Building healthy public policy: Health promotion requires the identification of obstacles to make healthy choices for people easy to achieve by policy makers and the development of ways to remove those obstacles.

Create supportive environments: A supportive environment is one that promotes health and assists people in making healthy lifestyle choices. This priority recognizes the impact that broader, promote a healthy physical and social environment for the community to allow people to live healthy lifes.
Strengthen community actions: Community development focuses on pre-existing human and material resources to increase self-help and social support, developing flexible systems to strengthen public participation in health issue.

Develop person skills: Achieving personal and social development through information, education and enhancement of life skill. Such as people should be enabled to learn through life to prepare themselves for injuries.

Reorient health services: The reorient health service, the health system must encompass not only doctors and hospitals, but all members of the community including individuals, community groups, health professionals, health service institutions and governments.



Becker,G.(2007). What is social capital? Human Capital, 6.A Bigger Picture, p102-105. Retrieved November 02,2017 from







































ASSESSMENT TASK 2b: Individual Task


N (0-49)



P (50-59)



Credit (60-69)


D (70-79)




High Distinction



Individuals topic focus is defined and synthesised within the frameworks of wellbeing.


Submission reflect the student’s oral presentation topic and elaborates with supporting literature.


Critical analysis and Reflective evaluation

The student shows reflective and critical analysis of their presentation and builds on knowledge by discussing emerging concepts in the group project analysing these in relation to wellbeing constructs.



Evidence of thorough research and support within the literature


Presentation (2)

Writing is succinct and well presented.



Referencing (APA) In text and referencing list correctly formatted.


Word count is 700-800 word +/- 10%


Final Mark  /10 




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