" At the time of his presentation to the outpatient clinic of a psychiatric hospital, Eric Beck was a 32-year-old single Caucasian man who lived with his parents. Although he had worked as a stockbroker after college and had also been trained as a paralegal, Eric had been underemployed over the preceding several years. Currently, Eric was working part-time as a night watchman for a large professional building in the city. Although he had a few close heterosexual relationships during college, Eric had not been in a steady relationship for more than 8 years. Eric had a long history of emotional difficulties dating back to his high school years.
program available for inmates. She also has a history of drug related charges such as prostitution, theft, possession of paraphernalia, and shoplifting. She has stated that the crimes that she has committed were mostly in effort to use drugs. She has been an addict for over 10 years and has suffered many legal and family problems behind her addictions. She has attempted two outpatient treatment programs, the first of which was voluntary and the second referred by Child Protective Services.
Charles, then 31, stated that he had been a drug addict since the age of 16. While the case was dismissed because of the manner in which the evidence was obtained, Charles's situation did not improve until a few years later. Individuals such as Quincy Jones and Reverend Henry Griffin felt that those around Charles were responsible for his drug use. By 1964 Charles' drug addiction caught up with him and he was arrested for possession of marijuana and heroin. Following a self-imposed stay at St. Francis Hospital in Lynwood, California, Charles received five years' probation.
He has a 22-year-old son and an 18-year-old daughter who are in good health. A paternal uncle has hypertension and a maternal uncle has prostate cancer. There is no known family history of diabetes mellitus. On review of systems, he has occasional headaches, experiences shortness of breath when he walks up stairs, and gets up once a night to urinate. Questions: 1.
Case Management Plan Thaddeus Williams Delaware Technical Community College April 22, 2014 Client History Biological James Jones is a 17 year old black male, born June 26, 1996 in Dover Delaware. At birth the client was born premature and had to be feed by a feeding tube. James later experienced problems concentrating in Jr. High School and was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of ten, however he was not prescribed any medications at that time. James was recently prescribed Vyvanse for ADHD which he will start as soon as he gets his prescription filled. As far as the clients knowledge of medical issues in his family only his paternal grandmother have diabetes.
Throughout this assignment I will be using a pseudonym to maintain patient confidentiality in order to conform to ‘The Nursing and Midwifery Code’ (NMC, 2008). Harry Jones is an 82 year old male who was transferred to the ward with a left fractured neck of femur, following a fall in his home. As a result he was due to have a hemiartroplasty that day. Harry lived at home with his 79 year old wife and his dog. He has been retired from the police force for 21 years.
He was 21 years-old when this had occurred. Over the next few years he spiralled into a depression, and in his own words "stopped caring about himself." He did not turn himself in bed and ended up with pressure ulcers on each side of his coccyx. He stated that he was unable to keep them clean from feces, and they continued to get worse. On November 2, 2012 he underwent surgery to debride the ulcers and removed the necrotic tissue.
Part One Name: Harry Lahori Date of Birth: 02/06/89 Date of Assessment: 03/30/14 PRESENTING PROBLEM: Harry L. is a 25-year-old male of Pakistani descent. Harry is a medical student at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ)). Harry visited the UMDNJ Counseling Center seeking help for his current drug and alcohol abuse. Harry reports that his substance abuse began when he was deployed in Iraq as a result of the influence of the other soldiers. He reported that the abuse was compounded when his girlfriend of two years called him and told him that she had cheated on him and had a new boyfriend.
He had been on the waiting list for a liver since he was born. After waiting 24 years on the waiting list he died a slow and horrible death that I wouldn’t wish on anyone. His skin was bright yellow like he was glowing, and so were his eyes. He was in agonizing pain, and had to go through dialysis to filter his blood. I have seen what the effects of not having enough organs in surplus for the people that actually need them.
Is There A Direct Correlation Between Illegal Drug Use and Crime? In my personal opinion illegal drug use does not necessarily lead to criminal behavior. First, I will draw on personal experience. For many years, I was a regular user of cocaine, and methamphetamine. At the time I was raising three young sons and maintained employment as a Payroll Manager.