severe condition. Taking public transport or taxi is an option as he can take a bus or a taxi at half price. However, walking to the bus stop can cause him SOB and utilizing taxi for transport is still expensive. These are imposing barriers of the community services, therefore he uses his car. It was suggested for him to have meals on wheels or frozen food delivered but he refused as he believed that the food provided isn’t good. A man occasionally comes to trim the tree in the garden, which he can’t
* Gerardo Lozano Community Project The community that I would like to focus on is East Chicago, IN. In this community and city there are a lot of things going on and even more things that can improved to help the environment. The three area that need action to improve its environmental sustainability are energy use, transportation and recycling. To begin with energy use, the community at large would have to make sure that they are partaking in all of these improvements. With energy usage
Community Health Advocacy Project- Part Five Sexual trauma among teens is a difficult subject within any community. The need for discussion in the schools, churches, community groups and political arenas is essential in attempting to end the sexual violence. In this paper discussion will be had on two outcome goals regarding teen sexual violence and the need for preventative programs within the community. Goals Goal 1: To enhance social norms that promotes sexual violence prevention.
Community Health Advocacy Project: Adolescent Suicide Linda Rogers Antuono NUR/544 April 22, 2013 Professor Nancy Tahara Community Health Advocacy Project on Adolescent Suicide Introduction This paper is on adolescent violence related to suicide in ages 13-19. Teenage suicide among adolescents 15-19 the third leading cause of death ("Childtrendsdatabank.org," 2013). According to "Healthychildren.org," (2013) “An average of four American teenagers commits suicide every day” (para. 3).
Community Project 7-5-12 I volunteer at the YMCA Early Learning Academy at Red Maple Grove Apartment complex. It made me feel great to work with children and trust you learn something new every day from kids. I started volunteering with the program this summer when my daughter joined the program at our complex. The ages range from 3-8 years old. I only volunteer on Mon, Wed, and Fri because I have classes on Tues. and Thurs. When I volunteer, I chose to work with the 8 year olds. We spilt in groups
Reflection #1 (a) What does community service/volunteerism mean to you? Volunteerism can be described as the act of carrying out activities for the greater benefit of a community with little or no benefit to the party carrying out the action. Volunteerism may be done for a number of reasons but should not include to receive an income or to gain publicity for the individual or group initiating the activity. There are a few benefits that the initiating individuals have from carrying out
EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY PROJECT A Community is a social group of any size whose members reside in a specific locality, share government, and often have a common cultural and historical heritage. A Project is a planned set of interrelated tasks to be executed over a fixed period and within certain cost and other limitations. A project whether on a small or large scale requires some sort of logical analysis and structured implementation. This logical processes start when planning a project. It is very
reflective cycle, I will reflect on a recent project experience including a description of the event, my feelings, an evaluation, an analysis of the experience, conclusion and action plan. An introduction to nursing in a community setting is a course which introduces first year students to the principles, philosophy and practice of Primary Health Care. The course also introduces the concepts of community, community assessment and nursing practice within a community environment. I was selected randomly
Community Nursing Project Katie Myint Nursing 262 11/22/2013 I have interviewed my daughter’s preschool teacher at Hampton Bennett Early Childhood Center in Franklin, Ohio. It is a public school in the Franklin district. There are approximately 18 students per one full time teacher. The full time teacher April Carter does have an assistant that is able to help achieve academic standards. Mrs. Carter has been a part of the school district for 5 years now
Nursing school opened new horizons for my community involvement. Previous year I volunteered for Red Cross Blood Drive and obtained valuable experience in helping others with blood donations. This year I decided to volunteer at Open Door Health Clinic, Muncie, Indiana. I thought being almost graduate nursing student would expand my current experience level at other healthcare setting. Open Door is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center which provides comprehensive primary, urgent, and preventative