Retain, Release, Refer Nicole Perez May 12, 2012 BSHS/322 Jean Holtz In the human service field there are many issues that are being presented. As a manager of the human service workers, the manager not only helps clinicians assist their client but they help the clinician as well. In this paper the manager will show different scenarios with different situations. There are different ways to handle these situations. The first would be to retain the clinician.
Even though it is the patient's right to be able to participate in regimens for anti-aging therapy, the nurse has the obligation to warn the patient concerning side effects of such treatments. During the 30 day program, Scott experienced the negative effects of the injections. Not only was if affecting him physically but also personally. The patient is a whole person and must be able to function in various roles in society. Exposure to unregulated drugs and therapies could wreak havoc on the form and function of an individual's abilities to accomplish these
He was able to help bring my mother back to her children. In the beginning it was rocky getting to trust him, but eventually I began to trust them both. Today, I have back my nurturing, loving, and God fearing mother. In conclusion, a memory of heartache and tragedy no longer has a hold on my life. Witnessing my mother going through her struggles and overcome her addiction crack to gain her life and family back has helped me to see there is a future.
Shanna L. Cannoy Professor Sarah Lupinacci English 102 26 July 2011 The Effective Use of Medication is Needed for Controlling ADHD Symptoms in Children When parents have children with a health issue such as diabetes medication is sometimes necessary to control the disease. While ADHD is a mentally debilitating disorder, many people including some parents of their own children, with ADHD, will not help their child by the use of medication. It is a parent’s job to do everything possible to ensure their child’s ability to succeed with their best interest in mind. Why would a parent deny their children a sufficient way to survive better socially, academically, and emotionally when the option is present to help them do so? Robert Findling says it best with his question ‘‘Why would you want to let a child suﬀer unnecessarily?’’ ( qtd.
I visit them on holidays… I still call them mom and dad. They’re always there to support me.” Nai advises potential and current foster parents to encourage teens in their care to be the best that they can be and to do things that will affect their lives positively. “Every kid is different, so try to support them in what they want to do. [My foster parents] really tried to help me out as much as they could. I’m really thankful that I got placed in foster care as I might have otherwise been in a much worse situation with my education and in terms of becoming a successful
Case Study 1 You are a senior social care worker and have been asked to mentor a colleague who is finding it difficult to understand the importance of obtaining consent from individuals receiving a service. Describe the different factors that might affect an individual’s ability to express their view: You have think about different things such as their mental capacity, whether they are able to express their view, if they need an advocate to help them make the choice. Maybe look at if they have already made their needs and wishes by having it written in a consent form or in a will. Think about how the person is, so maybe there are unwell and not able to decide or they could unconscious. Think about how the person is feeling, they could be frightened to speak out or they may not have been asked or talked about
Luna Williams English 100 02/10/2014 Just Whom is This Divorce “Good” For? Divorce is a huge topic a lot of parents think about when they feel that there spouse is no longer compatible with them and also the fact that it’s not working out for reason only they will know. It may just be the fact that two people that were deeply in love just feel out of it because of no connection anymore. In the article “Just Whom Is This Divorce” Good” For? Written by Elizabeth Marquart talks about how divorce can cause children even from a good divorce go through it there selves when they get older, children also feel that they are to blame for their parents getting divorced and they lose all interest for other things, there is also a lot of controversy about which parent gets which day can just lead up to a huge custody battle for most.
They provide treatment and support to client and their families to recover from addiction or to modify their disorder. So they can have a more pleasant satisfactory way of life. To be honest after graduation I can see myself doing any type of counseling I personally want to help people become a better them. The ideal counseling for me would be family therapy. Because I believe that even though you help a member of the family the rest of the family are still in a mindset that can eventually be damaging to the person.
There are some patients or employees with strong accents that can make it difficult for one to understand and may cause a misunderstanding between both parties. Not only do healthcare professionals use communication to provide service but also for financial planning of service, it is used to build a solid relationship between the patient, patients’ family, and the healthcare professionals. Working in such a diverse health facility all employees, volunteers, patients and family need to take time and educate themselves on other cultures because what you might do to others as a joke or just cause might offend or hurt others. All employees should respect the patients’ culture and try to work and communicate as thoroughly as possible to avoid offending their culture, moral, religion, and beliefs. Many individuals think that is immoral to not administer any type of pharmaceutical medication to a dying patient, but out of respect we healthcare professional respect their culture and provide as comfortable as possible according to their
Kids without parents suffer the most, there is no mutual agreement for what's best for the child. The mother would like to have things her way and the father his. They can't combine the sight of each other, even if it means sake of their child. This makes very hard for the child and for the school and for other facilities that has to accommodate for both parents separately. For example “in parent teacher conferences there are two copies of report cards, two of everything because the parents can't agree to share.” This is very sad.