The father who is currently 38, and mother who is 44, met when the husband was working odd jobs and was struggling to find stable work in Northern California in the month of June 1996. At that time the mother was working as a care giver in Northern California for a medical company. The father is 50% Choctaw Indian and 50% white Caucasian and the mother is English and German. They soon married and had two children, the oldest son who is currently 13, was born on December 1, 1997, and the youngest son who is 9, who was born on January 1, 2002. The mother had a daughter when she was 21 years of age out of wedlock.
Physical Observation Milli The child’s name is Milagros Romero. Her identification is a female. Her age is four years old, and her date of birth is April 09,2008. Her grade in school is pre-kinder. She attends Beachy elementary school witch is a LAUSD.
Emma has a 4 year old daughter and she is a single mum. She took a year’s break from her studies following the birth of her child. The two main issues that may affect Emma’s learning are; time management impacted by being a single mother and lack of experience in a forensic setting. When Emma commenced on the ward, we had our initial meeting within her first week and we identified her learning needs and issues that may affect her learning. Strategies for supporting her learning were also identified (see learning contract).
Dan and Roseanne were the parents of three children. Becky was the oldest of the Conner children. When the show first aired Becky’s character was thirteen years-old. Becky was a good student, very in touch with her femininity, boy crazy, and concerned with the latest fashion. Darlene, who was in sixth grade during the pilot episode of Roseanne, was the middle child, and the character that this paper will focus on.
SF is a homemaker, and has been for 20 years, but enjoys attending a gym for exercise, getting out to the book club, and shopping. She is 40 years old, born in New Jersey and is trim, but expressed concerns several times over her weight. She is primary caregiver to daughter HF and stated she is overwhelmed by the care she needs to coordinate for HF, brain-injured in a car accident that HF’s sister, EF was responsible for. SF was tearful several times in talking about her life. HF is 17 years old, born in Lancaster, and a year ago was injured in a car accident, sustaining head injuries which left her partially paralyzed and blind in the right eye.
, 2002) is a good self-report measurement to use to assess the presence of DSM-IV criteria for GAD (Craighead, Miklowitz, & Craighead, 2008). Environmental Factors Susanna is happily married for 16 years and has 2 children, a boy who is age 12 and a girl age 8. She has a very demanding job as a vice principal of a middle school on the lower east side of Manhattan. Her daily commute is by subway and during regular rush hours it takes her approximately one hour to get to work. She has to leave home at 6:30 am to arrive at school before the opening bell rings at 7:55 am and to prepare for the day ahead.
A Biography of Raymond Cason Griffiths Raymond Carson Griffiths was born on January of the year 1947, in San Francisco, California. He attended school there and spent most of his childhood playing with friends and hanging out on the beach. At the age of 17, Griffiths joined the military and was shipped off to serve in the Vietnam War. He served in the military for four years and was discharged at the age of 21 to return home. Upon is arrival back in San Francisco, from Vietnam, Griffiths rejoined his family, friends, and girlfriend.
Also, a genogram and ecomap was drawn, including home safety assessment. Firstly, occupational and educational data revealed M.S to be a truck driver for one of the reputed companies in the neighborhood and has high school and two years of college education. His mother who is an older adult still works in a hospital as a desk officer; she has a two year college degree in business. M.S’s wife E.S is a housewife, and she looks after the baby. She has high school level education and used to work before she had her child.
This paper will summarize the article and Lu’s findings, describe the intervention strategy, and whether or not I would consider this type of strategy as an instructor of young children. Lu (2010) begins her study with observation in each of the classrooms of the three first grade students for a one week period. All three students were from middle socioeconomic families and although they were in separate classrooms with different teachers, each had been labeled as having “low motivation, little confidence, less engagement, were very restless, and were labeled with reading and writing disability “(p.2). Before beginning instruction with these students, Lu (2010) felt that much could be learned by interviewing the students and finding out their interests and preferred learning styles. From these interviews, she was able to obtain some basic information about the three students interests such as pets, friends, relatives, activities, vacations, celebrations, favorite television programs, and so forth.
She was born April 21, 1993 weighing only three pounds fourteen ounces and was sixteen and a half inches long. She was a preemie. When I held her it was like holding a baby doll. After a brief stay (2 weeks) in the hospital she came home. Her father moved in with me to my parent’s house.