The Maggie L. Walker House is the historical home where Maggie L. Walker, a pronoun African American woman, resided for most of her life. The house was built in 1882 and was owned by two prestigious doctors before Maggie purchased the house. Much of the original décor and furniture are still in the house from when she actually lived there. The Maggie Walker House became a historic site in 1978, about 47 years after her death. When the house was first built it had nine rooms and throughout the years the room count grew to twenty-eight with many renovations and extensions to the home.
| |Past Medical History - Includes hypertension, CAD & osteoarthritis. At Consulate Rehabilitation Center, she received PT, OT & ST 5x week for 4weeks & discharged home with her spouse as primary caregiver & homecare| |services. Pt. was referred to QOL Homecare for OT, PT & skilled nursing services. Pt.
I’ve worked closely with women's missionary societies for over four decades. (2)For example, I advocate public libraries, mothers' allowances, equal parental rights, equal grounds for divorce, and penal reform. (3)I began my fight for women’s rights at my hometown in Montreal with my sister. This is a portrait of myself when I was young. (4)I founded the Working Girls Association (the precursor to the YWCA), which offered meals, reading rooms and study classes.
This was a case study on the effects of massage over a 5 week time period. 5 Week Case Study Paige Evans 3/12/12 MCL 135 My client’s name is Autumn Goodwin; she is 30 years of age, and my co-worker. She has a total of 3 different occupations including: sales associate, consultant, & an architect. Having three jobs means having three potential outlets for stress. Concerning her place among the special populations, Autumn falls under Caucasian working class female.
St. John Shelter * established in 1985 by St. John’s Lutheran Church to provide emergency shelter for homeless women with children * In 1988, St. John’s Shelter became a public charity, and incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization * The Shelter moved out of the church fellowship hall and joined the Loaves and Fishes complex. At Loaves and Fishes, the Shelter was able to provide space for 40 women and children for up to 30 days, with the clients having to leave the shelter during day time hours * In 2004, St. John’s moved to a larger facility and is now able to provide daily 24-hour comprehensive services to homeless women and children for up to 90 days. * St. John’s has implemented a Children’s Program to specifically
Outcome 1 : Understand what is required for competence in own work role. 1;1 Describe the duties and responabilities of own work role. I work in a resettlement 3rd stage aftercare setting, which provides continued support for clients after they have finished therapeutic treatment. We also provide supported housing for clients in the local area, or are processed though different service providers, out of area referral agencies whom want 3rd stage follow on care. After the client has been booked in by a member of staff, we provide the client with a care plan, which is revised monthly.
Professional Interview and Response Sheryl Arnett PSY 480 September 3, 2012 Amy McCall Professional Interview and Response Interviewees The interview questions were submitted to the Clinical Director, Tyra Hixon, LISW-S, LCDC3 S. Ms. Hixon is a graduate of The Ohio State University, where she received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Social Work. Ms. Hixon holds a MSW and is a LISW-S and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor with a Supervision notation (LCDC3-S). She has served as a counselor at Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices for 10 years, the past six years, serving as the clinical director. The questions were also submitted to Nicole Glazer, six years as the Legal Advocate for First Step, Family Violence Intervention Services, Inc. First Step is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to serving victims of violence in Coshocton County. The focus here is on similarities and differences between these professionals.
Reflection paper Interviewee: Name The name of interviewee is Ronda Stevens Degree, License and Professional Membership She is graduated with Master of Social Work (MSW) degree and is a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner (LMHP). She is also a member of National Association of Social Workers (NASW) in the United States. Designation Her designation at work place is a Counselor and Coordinator Place of Employment She is full time employed with a Counseling and Student Development Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha for last 26 years. It was a great pleasure to openly interact with enthusiasm during this interview on September 3, 2013 from 10.50 a m to 12.25 p m in her office, where she gladly welcomed me. Clients Students, residents and some times faculty of UNMC are the primary clients she is dealing with.
Great thanks to places like the Institute for Family Medicine and Barnes Jewish Hospital for offering to help provide immunizations to these new arrivals. Day after day immigrants and refugees take part in programs to learn English, get family support, and take literacy courses up to the advance level courses. Students get training, which can be customized to their needs to develop English skills for the workplace and daily life. New arrivals also attend job readiness classes, getting an understanding of the American workplace culture in order to adjust to the working world. Many enroll in job specific state certifies training programs,
An interview was taken from a 28 years old female health care professional from Pakistan. She was born and raised in Karachi a city of Pakistan, and has moved to US three years ago with her husband who is also a physician by profession. She completed her medical schooling in Pakistan and worked as a physician for three years as a gynecologist especially in rural areas of Pakistan. In US she has worked as an intern in a private hospital in Houston (TX) for nearly a year. I interviewed her with the consideration that she is the best person to describe the health system both of US and Pakistan as she was a part of this system and has closely observed the health care delivery in both the countries.