Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment of a Couple or Family Gwendolyn E Simmons Capella University The Jones family is an African-American family consisting of Harold (42), Shirley (36), and their two children, Ben (13) and Tracy (9). Shirley has been deployed overseas for the past 18 months. During this time Harold's mother Barbara has been living with the family. Ben has become very withdrawn during his mother's absence; he is often truant from school and Harold suspects he is using drugs. Tracy is doing well in her school work, but has temper tantrums at home when things do not go her way.
Once identified, the nursing care plan can further progress and community interventions can be addressed. Identifying Data For privacy purposes the K family will be referred to as the Ken family. The Ken family is the prototypical nuclear family, which consists of a mother, father, son, and daughter. The father is 52 years old and is currently unemployed. He was a stockbroker at one point, but fell victim to the economy and lost his job December 9, 2008.
She lives in a city with modern convinces but comes from a traditional family from a Kikuyu tribe. She is nine months pregnant and wants to have her second child in her spiritual homeland where there is a divinity with the earth. She is raising both children the traditional Kikuyu way starting from birth. Her doctor doesn’t want her to travel so far to a place that doesn’t even have an hospital but it’s but she really wants to have her child in her homeland so her kids can grow up in a traditional way. She travels back home by van to her mother and other relatives who feel she is not being traditional enough.
Gilbert's mother Bonnie or Momma has kept herself isolated from society for years following the death of her husband. Her children have assumed complete care for her, once thin and beautiful she is now morbidly obese after years of depression following her husband's suicide. Gilbert has two sisters Ellen and Amy, an older brother Larry who left after graduation and has little interaction with the family and a younger brother Arnie, who is intellectually disabled, was not expected to live as long as he has and is about to turn 18. Gilbert is the main provider of the family, working at a small grocery store in town barely making ends meat, and spending a majority of his time watching over and caring for Arnie. Gilbert is in charge of the care of his families dilapidated farm house, "my dad built the house it's my job to keep up with the repairs", which is a huge stress on Gilbert on top of caring for his family.
His parents worked on a plantation in the fields. They lived in a cabin on the plantation. When Jackie was still a baby, his father left his mother. This forced his mother and his brothers and sisters to have to move. The family moved from house to house because his family didn’t have a lot of money.
He attended Ohio state university but dropped out after one quarter after failing to attend most of he's classes. After this Dharmer's father forces him to enroll in the army. Dharmer did well there for two years but ended up being discharged to he's alcholism. Dharmer then headed to Miami, Florida because he claimed he was tried of the cold and he did not want to face he's father. In 1982 Dharmer went to live with he's grandmother in West Allis where he continued living here for six years.
The novel was additionally inspired by his cousin Sook's dropsy medicine, which she made yearly until the age of 62, and whose recipe she took with her to the grave, despite Jenny's wanting first to patent, and then to sell the recipe to a manufacturer. The Grass Harp was entirely written while Capote vacationed in Taormina, Sicily. The last section was airmailed to the publisher’s, just days after he finished his writing, but it was not published for four months because the Random House editors did not care for the ending of the novel. Bob Linscott, a Random House editor, thought the ending was weak, because once the characters were up in the tree house, Capote, didn't know what to do with them. He asked Capote to rewrite the ending, and he made some changes, but did not concede to completely rewriting the ending.
Proper swaddling technique February 15, 2011 In the matter of a very short time, a newborn finds themself thrust from the comfort of a mother’s womb to a frightening foreign world. Swaddling is a technique that has been used for many years providing security and comfort while maintaining the newborn’s temperature within an appropriate range. On Tuesday February 15, 2011, I was assigned a patient who I will refer to as “C.M.” and while providing care for her during my clinical shift, I learned that she lacked knowledge relating to correct swaddling technique. C.M. is a 25 year old African American who previously earned a Bachelor’s in Business and currently employed by the corporate office of Gap.
Nicholas graduated from Notre Dame in 1988 with a degree in finance and married his wife, Cathy, in 1989, a year that would also bring a deep sadness to Nicholas' life — his mother passed away at the age of 47 from a horseback riding accident. That year was also when Nicholas wrote his second novel, The Royal Murders, which also remains unpublished. Over the next three years, Nicholas experimented with jobs in a number of industries, including real estate appraisal, home restoration, food service, and dental supply sales. With little training in medical sales, Nicholas then started an orthopedic products manufacturing company that brought in little income. He experienced two bright
Not only do the choices we make as a young adult lead our way through life, but also the things we went through in our childhood. Jackson, who is in a substance abuse program, has a history of trauma tracing all the way back to his childhood. He grew up in a single parent home, with only his mother and two siblings. Despite not having his father while growing up, Jackson’s mother’s boyfriend, Michael, of five years makes an attempt to fill the father role. Jackson has had a couple of relationships while in high school, which did not last long, due to his inability to commit.