The plan consisted of distributing weapons to the slaves and trying to get a rebellion started. Harriet mostly helped John with fundraising but would have been a part of it if she had not been ill at the time. “During one of her last interviews in 1912 she referred to John as one of her dearest friends.”(Women in History 4/18/10) Between 1861 and 1865 Harriet served with the Union army during the Civil War as a laundress, scout, nurse, cook, and spy behind Confederate lines. In 1865, she was caring for the wounded black soldiers as the Matron or senior nurse at the Colored Hospital in Fortress Monroe, Virginia. Even after the war she continued helping others such as raising money for the Freedmen’s School, helping the not so wealthy children, and caring for her
Comprehensive Nursing Assessment Tool Client History I. GENERAL HISTORY OF CLIENT Name ML Age 65 Sex Female Racial and ethnic data: Caucasian Marital status: Widowed Number and ages of children/siblings: 2 adult children, 1 sister, 2 brothers all living Living arrangements: Alone Occupation: Retired school teacher Education: College Religious affiliation: Baptist PRESENTING PROBLEM A. Statement in the client's own words of why he or she is hospitalized or seeking help Patient stated she was here because her family said she was a risk to herself due to her being depressed from the death of her husband earlier in the year. B. Recent difficulties/alterations in ________________________________________________________ 1.
(Franicis W. Gagnon vs. Joan G. Coombs, 1995, p. 145). In February 1991, Mrs. Gagnon was placed into a nursing home, wherein Frank, their son, and Joan’s brother, came to live with his father in Shelburne. At that time Frank learned of Joan’s arrangement, and convinced his father to revoke the power of attorney, which was executed on February 28, 1991 which Joan was never informed of (Franicis W. Gagnon vs. Joan G. Coombs, p. 146). In April, 1991, Gagnon was hospitalized, and Joan’s mother died, unaware that the power of attorney had been revoked, Joan, created a "Medicaid Qualifying Trust" that provided Gagnon, as beneficiary, with income for
Book Summary Robert E. Lee was born on January 19, 1807 in Virginia. Lee had two heroes that he looked up to. One was George Washington and the other was his father, Henry Lee, who fought in the America revolution. Henry Lee was also Governor of Virginia from 1791 to 1794. When Robert was eleven his father died and his mother became ill. Robert had to take care of his sick mother and still attend school.
June 20 , 2001 Andrea Yates shocked a nation as news stations aired stories proclaiming that she had taken the lives of her five children .As details unfolded over the next few months and stories would surface that revealed Mrs . Yates had a long history of mental illness . Numerous people have admitted guilt , expressing their shame and apologies for assuming the children were safe . Opinions of many believe that Russell Yates simply looked the other way , allowing his wife to have control and ultimately end the lives of his children . His character was consistently scrutinized over the course of the trial , only to be defended by family members .
CASEMAKER ASSIGNMENT #2 DUE 11/13/12 FACTS: Tim Ott (“Ott”) and Leila Nightengale (“Nightengale”) have been married since 1998. Shortly after their marriage, Nightengale learned that Ott suffers from severe depression. Since roughly 2002, Nightengale has carried on an affair with James Smith (“Smith”), and in that time Nightengale has told Smith about her husband’s depression and his sensitivity about it. In an effort to force Ott to divorce Nightengale, Smith emailed Ott’s friends and family and informed them about the affair. Two months later, Smith called Ott and some of his friends to say that Ott was a bad husband.
Essay on Baby Peter Connelly On August the 3rd 2007 17-Month-old Peter Connelly (known as Baby P before an Anonymity Order was lifted in 2009) died from injuries inflicted by his mother Tracey Connelly and her boyfriend Steven Barker, with at least the knowledge of flatmate Jason Owen, the brother of Barker. He had over fifty injuries including broken ribs, mutilated fingers, including missing fingernails, and a broken back. Peter had been taken away from his mother and put in the care of a family friend for safeguarding twice in the previous year due to concerns over bruises and scratches obtained whist in the care of his mother...once in December 2006 when only nine months old. Twenty-eight experts saw him in all and many differed in opinions on whether he should be in his mother’s care but ultimately, and tragically he was allowed to return to Connelly and Barker on both occasions. Police, health visitors and social workers had visited his home 60 times in the eight months previous to his death.
The day she found out her father had been shot and placed in a coma, one she was told he may never awake. Her heart rate increased as she’d waited for the bad news to come. PC Dawson took a deep breath and explained how they’d been called out on a job and shot in the middle of a drug bust. Covering her mouth, she started to whimper before her legs gave way beneath her and the darkness enveloped her. She prayed for hours every morning and night of everyday hoping that he would wake up to wipe away her tears and tell her everything
Sierra Luers AP English 11 Period 3 Psychological Analysis of Ethan Frome Edith Wharton, the author of Ethan Frome, grew up in a privileged American family. At a young age she took interest in writing about the inside of her family’s social circle. At 23 she was married to a man from a well-established family. After thirty years of marriage she divorced him as he had serious emotional and depression problems. Wharton was even thought to have resented him for his incapability’s of the life she wanted , she felt tied down and stifled; the passion and romance had been long gone.
Treating War’s Toll on the Mind Response Paper – By Aisha Pitt 03/12/2010 In reading this article written by Betsy Streisand it is apparent that thousands of soldiers suffer from Post Traumatic Stress disorder during and after combat. When they suffer from being traumatized during the war, and when they are still in combat, little help is made available to the soldiers and they are soon pushed back into the war before they have the chance to fully heal. When a soldier returns home with PTSD they have the inability to turn the switch from soldier to a regular citizen. They can return with depression and anxiety because they can feel like there is a complete lack of safety for them and their family. Soldiers have a hard time integrating