Her parents never realized that after every meal Rachel would secretly go to the bathroom upstairs and throw up everything she had eaten. Her father would beat her up and treat her like trash and her mother would just stand there and not say a word because she was weak and always did as Rachel’s dad said. In her kindergarten class, Rachel treated all the other little girls with rudeness, anger, and jealousy towards anyone who was better than her. She often spent her days in the principal’s office because of her strong character and misbehaviors. Rachel grew up, went through her dating stage, and then finally met a wonderful man that she could not picture herself without; a caring, positive, supportive husband that goes by the name of Tim.
When the teacher noticed that Jojo was rapidly losing weight, she contacted Anna, who told the teacher to mind her own business. Because Jojo continued to lose weight and was hardly able to move during class time, the teacher filed an abuse report for neglect. Jojo was removed from Anna’s care and placed in a foster home. Jojo gained weight and began to thrive in foster care. Whenever she visited with her mother, she cried and ran away from her.
Where are the papers at that I told you to do about our financial issues? You looking dumb saying to yourself, I should have paid attention at the meeting yesterday. Now I am at risk of losing my job all because I did not pay attention in the meeting. The funny part is your boss fires you because you did not pay attention in the meeting. That day when the women came to speak, and class was over, I put myself in her shoes see what she went thru; it is hard to try to talk over like 30 kids in one room.
Instead, a cleaner named Zulema from the social services comes to her house every week to clean for her. Zulema always tries to persuade Doris to move to Stafford house which is an old people’s home, but Doris despises the thought of Stafford house, ‘I don’t want to be stuck with a lot of old lasses’, this is humorous as she is an aged old aged lady herself, just like the people in Stafford house. She doesn’t consider herself as one of those ‘old lasses’. It’s as if throughout the play she is making gradual steps in deciding to die. She regrets not having children because her husband has died and now she feels isolated and lonely, as she doesn’t know many people anymore.
In essence she is a dictator and takes advantage of the other workers, and the patients. Nurse Ratched humiliates the poor patients, which makes them lose faith in humanity, and lose their dignity. They no longer feel like they are men because during the therapy meetings she always makes them talk about topics that are reasons for why their life is horrible. During the therapy
Matthew McHale 301 Assessment. Task B Case study You are a social care worker and a service user, Hannah, tells you that she is unhappy taking her new medication. She thinks she does not need it and so she is throwing it away. You know from her care plan that Hannah does need to take the medication regularly and gets confused. Hannah begs you to keep this confidential and not tell anyone especially her daughter, who she sees regularly, as her daughter will be very angry.
Patients also made formal complaints, due to contracting C-diff, E-coli, Mrsa and severe pressure sores. This was in July 2004. One of the patients nurses tried to raise an alarm to the head of the department, and was told the lack of staff and equipment was a temporary measure as they were trying to achieve foundation status and once granted the situation would improve, patients felt afraid to speak to their nurses regarding basic human rights such as a drink of water or going to the bathroom and they were even ridiculed about receiving medication. One visitor witnessed patients drinking out of flower vase, how “filthy the wards and toilets were and the chaos the wards were in” when this was reported; again the person was made to feel this was an isolated incident. Little did they know that the person was a senior social worker and in 2008 had been busy making reports to the health service regulators, and the health care commission in 2012, they were shocked at the findings they uncovered an extra 400 deaths between 2005-2008 and made over 290 recommendations.
The Other Side of the Rainbow Sophie Johnson is the neighborhood’s head mom and chief bitch. My entire middle school staff is in the habit of disappearing whenever she has an appointment and I even had a secretary once who called in sick on the days of Sophie’s scheduled visits. When I fired her she unrepentantly informed me that her job description didn’t include sucking up to a know-it-all, ex-Homecoming Queen with a Napoleon complex. Since I couldn’t argue with her logic, I wrote her a glowing recommendation but had to let her go just the same. Sophie has a furious tick in her left eye when she gets angry that slows down or speeds up to match the level of her outrage – it’s a dead giveaway.
One night a women name Wing sneak in some medicine to save Mrs. Roberts because she was really sick and people didn’t notice but among the girls they have a snitch in group. Next day morning the Japanese soldier Captain Tanaka burned Wing alive in front of all of us as a warning not to disobey and do anything we want. This is really bad
“A Cream Cracker Under the Settee” is set in the semi-detached home of a frail, old lady called Doris. Doris has a cleaner from the council who threatens to put her in nursing home, if she continues to clean her house. Doris is very concerned about this happening to her, even though she is at the moment situated on the floor of her home, unable to get up. “The Laying on of Hands” is set at a memorial service, which is being held for a masseur, who was also a male prostitute to the rich and famous. No-one knew as to the real reason for Clive Dunlop’s death, but everyone had surmised that it was because of AIDS.