As a matter of fact most things that have to do with the military are unknown to the public. But that is the case with most things in life, if it doesn’t effect you then don’t know much about it. The FRG is a place that a specific group of families that are going through similar experiences during a specific time period can come together and feel welcomed, a sense of belonging and a place to unleash your troubles upon and have the members of the group completely understand because they are experiencing the same things. The military especially the Army has changed its ways of doing things through the years. They use to say “If we wanted you to have a family we would have issues you one.” But now they have realized the importance of a family is to the soldier and their well being while their fighting for our country.
Family members include persons who are related by blood or law, are legal guardians, siblings, or adults with a meaningful relationship with the child. Family members should contact the child's case manger to request visitation. The Foster Care Review Board
There are many students in the school who have fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, or grandparents in the war. Many of the personnel at the school have family members or spouses in the military as well and I feel as though it will help the school grow as a community by coming together to help out the military by sending care packages. The school can set up their own care package drive for donations. They can set up a table where other teachers and classrooms, volunteers and parents can drop off items if they feel the need
Day centres offer help and respite and that will help the individual and family members. Social services can be contacted for guidance and support and also the individuals community social services. Friends and family of the individual may offer help and support
Referring to the interview above, most of their time is spent with their extended families. They genuinely enjoy their time together. They spend their time being creative and learning from each other through stories and experiences. The children do have friends outside of their family, but their time with them is limited to school events and church socials, and the majority would rater be with their family. As stated best by Coleman, Ganong, Clark and Madsen (1989) “This can be due to the frequent contact they have with their extended family”.
The makeup of communities is working individuals who have careers. Households have children and some stay at home moms; however the majority of households work. Each member in the community feels socially responsible for the community in which they live. Taking care of the community by picking up after themselves, recycling, keeping yards tidy, and helping plant seems to be a general contribution to making each community clean and inviting. Helping other within the community is also a commonality.
The last one are sure start centres these work with parents and children from birth to child giving parents advice and support as well as training and employment help. 2. Explain what the following types of schools provide. (1.2) a. Community schools This is run by the local authority and they set the catchment area for there school , they also employ all there own staff and they are run by the lea and are linked to the community they bring together many partners to offer a wide range of support and opportunities for the children , families and the community.
But because of our experience, we make that judgment. Each one must be held accountable for their individual actions and we should strive to not lump them altogether. A person’s worldview can be handed down from generation to generation. A prime example is my own belief that dependence on public assistance can be generational. Grandparents are on public assistance and then the parents find
Specific Population and the Advocate Role Gail Coash BSHS/442 September 12, 2011 Melinda Barker Specific Population and the Advocate Role There are many different populations within the world that need advocates. Persons with disabilities are one of the many types of populations specifically children with disabilities. In the Human Services field they are equipped with people can help them get what they need and the services they may require. In this paper we will discuss the problems that may arise and how as an advocate I would help this population. The areas are housing, treatment, short and long-term medical care, education, probation, and lastly domestic violence.