Some patients were also made to shower with their clothes on. The program un-covered serious abuse within the Hospital and there was a public outcry. Several people wrote to the Prime Minster who was reportedly “appalled” by the findings. The national regulator Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) involvement, Ms Margaret Flynn was asked to investigate what was happening at the Hospital and undertake a Serious Case Review. Whilst investigating she spoke to patients, workers, NHS staff and family members and learnt that there was a high level of physical intervention by the staff and some of the patents very badly hurt with some seen to be self-harming.
Analysis of “The Wall” When humans go through a very hard time we can have problems showing our feelings. Instead we lock them up in our self, and create a place inside us filled with hate, anger and guilt. This is also what happens to the main character in the film “The Wall”, Pink. Pink has felt a lot of pain in his life. He lost his father in war, his wife was him unfaithful, he had controlling teachers in school, and he had to deal with a very overprotective mother.
Throughout both Harriet’s and Frederick’s life, they both had experienced very traumatic events. These events include physical and emotional punishment or abuse that they received. Although they experienced different types of punishments from their slave owners, it left both of them feeling embarrassed, vulnerable, and angry. Harriet received sexual harassment and emotional punishment from her owners at the young age of fifteen by Mr. Flint. He would show her naughty pictures, talk to her in a vulgar way, and eventually touch her physically.
She began to cry and knocked over the tower the male child had built. This made the male child very angry and so he went over to the caregiver and told her what had occurred. The caregiver asked him “ _______ you seem very upset take a deep breath and let me know what is wrong.” He responds’’___________ kicked my blocks.” The caregiver responds “Well that wasn’t very nice of ______ .Do you know why she would do such a thing?” He replies “Shes stupid.” The caregiver replies “ That’s not a kind word _________ how about we ask her why she kicked your
1.1 Know the main types of abuse. These are the main types of abuse with examples of what they mean: Physical – Hitting, slapping, pushing or kicking, forcing people to eat or take medication, leaving people to sit in urine or faeces. Sexual – Unwanted advances, indecent exposure or harassment, rough washing or touching of the genital area, rape, being forced to watch or participate in sexual acts. Emotional / psychological – Intimidation, not being included, being ignored, threats, bullying, humiliating and blaming. These include discrimination that relates to age, race,
Module: NH2312 Delivering Quality Services Words: 2630 Delivering Quality Services within Forensics Woodside et al (2011) describes how people with Learning Disabilities and Mental Health have been subjected to terrible treatment due to the lack of understanding of their needs. Laws have been created that labelled them idiots, imbeciles, lunatics or objects of dread resulting in these vulnerable people being placed within institutions. Care within institutions has been seen as a concern, where patients did not receive correct treatment and where living conditions were poor. Gates (2007) describes that the criteria of being institutionalised
The social problem is why women stay in an abusive relationship. Men use various ways of physical abuse toward their spouse in many ways. Physical abuse is caused by shoving, slapping, kicking, punching, tripping, choking, pulling hair, arm-twisting, and by raping. Physical abuse creates low self-esteem in women. All of these are all causes of physical abuse by a man toward a woman.
This case was not looked at thoroughly and Anderson was treated unfairly and unjustified. Have any cases that use the same law turned out differently than this one? The Marissa Anderson case was a case in which a mother was in a very abusive marriage. The spouse, on this day was very upset with Anderson and decided to let her know. The spouse said some very threaten words to her while he was assaulting her.
The treatment of children in factories was often cruel and unusual, and the children’s safety was generally neglected. The people who the children worked for would constantly beat them. For example, if a child worker came late to work or stopped to drink water, the factory owner would beat them with pieces of thick leather which had iron buckles at the end that drew blood every time it was applied. Many children were beaten so hard that they were unable to move and would become unconscious. Some of these beatings would lead to death.
It is said that the mirror reflects everything truthfully. However, Plath doesn’t like what she sees when she steps in front of the mirror. “I see her back and reflect it faithfully. She rewards me with tears and agitation of hands”. This gives me the image of Plath standing in front of the mirror and crying, rubbing her hands uncomfortably.