Zara Thomas Criterion 3.1 Identify a range of appropriate resources in the local community. 1. Scenario- Kate and John separated a few months ago and Kate is looking after their son Ben (aged 2) on her own. She feels depressed and vulnerable and is worried about money and keeping her house. She wants to know about getting child support for Ben from John and any benefits she’s entitled to.
‘Deprogramming’ from FDLS, Warren Jeffs’ secretive cult Kenneth Thomas is a father and a husband that has lost his family to the church of Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, also known as the Mormon Church. He and his wife had been married for about seventeen years. They have children that range from four years of age to eighteen. The use of contraception and having a miscarriage was the reason the church is exclude them from the camp. Both Kenneth and Margret were required to ask forgiveness from afar until they receive punishment for breaking the church rules.
Human Service Scenario Analysis Jennifer French University of Phoenix Human Service Scenario Analysis My client is an 18 year old male who resides with his grandparents and has been there his whole life. As a toddler, his parents gave him up, stating they didn’t want him anymore. He was old enough to understand what they meant by that. His grandparents said they would take him in. He goes off to live with grandparents.
When Brenda was told this was the first time she had felt happy in a long time but Brian reacted very badly to the situation. At the age of 14 she decided she would like to be a boy again and call herself Da-vid. At this point Brenda started to make friends and underwent the sur-gery. For once he had a gender and he got com-pensation from the hospi-tal for the unfortunate accident that had hap-pened. He was later introduced to Jane and her three children and on 22nd Sep-tember 1990 they got married.
John also states that he was previously diagnosed with depression at the age 14 by his pediatrician in Seattle, but he has never received treatment or taken medications for depression. John describes feeling hopeless, exhausted, and having a general lack of interest in daily life. John was referred by St. Joseph’s hospital after being admitted by his mother. Mr. Adams is willing to explore treatment at this time; he states that he is tired of causing pain to his family and he wants to learn to be happy again. The personal communication style John would benefit from includes empathy, opened mindedness, asking open ended questions and waiting for John to respond in his own words,
Michelle Meacham RDG 096 Professor Battle 9 March 2011 Contemporary Version Of A Lesson Before Dying Joshua was a young man who always had a mind of his own; he lived with his mother up until the age of thirteen, Joshua told his mother that his father’s parents wanted him to go with them on vacation to Ohio to visit his father. While on vacation; Joshua called his mother, and said to her, “Mom” I think it’s time for you to enjoy your life and for my father to step up and be a man. Joshua’s mother Rochelle was not happy about him leaving; but Rochelle’s father said that if she didn’t let Joshua go he would resent her when he got older, so Rochelle told Joshua he could live with his father. Rochelle told Joshua she just wanted him
Not only would I be leaving me brother and my father behind, I would be leaving all of my friends behind too. I was depressed at first, but once I was settled into my new school and made friends it was a little easier. As my mom promised me before moving to North Carolina, we would travel back and visit at least once a month. During these visits every month, I always had a list of things to catch my father up on. I would tell him what was going on in school, how good I was doing in sports, or how bad of a play I made.
My mother at time was out most of the night and not able to get me up and ready early in the morning. When I finished the sixth grade( which I shouldn’t of) I asked my grandparents if I could live with them. They were more then thrilled to have me. I then moved to Murray, Kentucky where I finished grade school, middle school and graduated from Murray High School. I also spent half of a year at Wesleyan College, in Owensboro, Kentucky and had to leave to give birth to my son.
From crossing the Rio Grande in hopes of becoming someone to struggling with your English because your first language is Spanish is a struggle as well. It starts off with either both parents or just one parent coming over to the U.S. for a better life. With nothing at first you work for what you have, once you save up and get by you realize that as your kids grow up they too must learn new things, things there parents didn’t experience. I am one to agree that my father along with his brothers and sisters crossed over to do some work in the fields. He worked hard every day, and after several years he decided one summer he wouldn’t return to Ohio to do the annual picking.
I was scared, I knew this wasn’t right but I also knew it was the only way to see my parents again. My parents immigrated to the United States when I was three. My father had worked for several years all over the US following the harvesting season and was granted residency through an Amnesty Bill that was signed by Ronald Reagan in 1986. My mother was granted residency but I was not due to improper paperwork filing. The memories that I have over the ten years of “crossing over” are memories that I will never forget.