Evaluations were done together with the parents while treatment was done one on one with the child. My supervisor has years of experience as an occupational therapist and was very helpful. I watched my supervisor as she was teaching the children how to discover new motor functions. Volunteering was a great opportunity for me to enrich myself in information I need for my career goal as an occupational therapy assistant. Not only have I gained more knowledge in the field of occupational therapy, but I have experienced hands on the tasks that occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants perform.
My experiences will contribute to the Educational Opportunity Program because they show the positive attitude that I have maintained amidst constant struggles. It serves as a motivation to others because not only do I set goals for myself, but also encourage and motivate my peers to accomplish their own. I would be an asset to this program and contribute to its overall richness because just like myself there are others who face adversity and I would like to be a voice for those who don’t see potential in themselves to know that it is possible. Overall, my work ethic and
Family education is a fantastic addition in the treatment process because it not only educates the family about the symptoms, treatments, and problem solving skills but it also gives them access to care providers in time of crisis. This process has proven to enhance the person’s social and emotional outcomes, as
Highly competent, motivated and driven; I have proved to be capable of transporting my skills and adapting them where necessary. I am excited at the prospect of working with parents to raise aspirations and improve the well being of children across the
Reflect on own personal and professional development. Reflection is an important skill for the health and social care environment because it helps to improve your skills by reflecting back on your reports. Throughout the p5 I will reflect on my own personal and professional development by using techniques such as. I believe I have made positive progress and overcome any mistakes that I have previously made to myself as an individual. I did my first placement within the sure start children’s centre which I was responsible for showing empathy and compassion for service users who came in and out of the centre especially pregnant mothers.
1.2 Analyse how integrated working practices and multi-agency working in partnership deliver better outcomes for children and young people. Children will be more positive if professionals working with children and their families can agree and share the information where they might be assessed also implement and plan. Its a great why to get children and their parents involved in any of the planning so that child is able to accomplish their full prospects in life. If a child is going to be more positive we need to understand the importance of all adults who are involved understand that what information
Therapy will help Amy to develop new perspectives and life skills so that she can free herself from habitual patterns of anxiety, depression, and self-criticism. It will also help her to reclaim her sense of personal power and learn to take responsibility and move forward in her life rather than feeling stuck, helpless and hopeless. Therapy will help her to feel better about herself, feel more at peace; it will reduce stress last but not least help her to work through problems with a skilled and compassionate professional. ( Benefits of Individual Therapy 2012) Every individual is, in part, a product of the environment they grew up in. Family plays an important role in our emotional, physical and spiritual development since each individual in the family system impacts and is impacted by the others.
Lastly, I have just recently applied for a position as an intern at the - and I am confident I will acquire that position. I believe that the RBHS ASB program will benefit from having me as part of the program as a result of my creativity and enthusiasm towards helping the community and school. Besides bringing original ideas and activities to the table, I am also lighthearted and humorous. In order to maintain proper leadership, I believe a good attitude and an open, flexible mind is required. I believe RBHS will truly prosper with me as a member of ASB.
Mentoring A Mentorship program provides an enormous benefit to all parties, especially the mentors and mentees that participate in the program. Mentoring consist of a variety of diverse methods and means of conducting the sessions, opening the door to a vast audience of participants. Time has proven that mentoring plays a significant role in shaping and developing young ones as well as opening new doors for career bounded individuals. Merriam-Webster defines a mentor as a friend of Odysseus, entrusted with the education of Odysseus’s son Telemachus (Webster, 2012). A mentor is also defined as a trusted counselor or guide, a tutor or coach (Webster, 2012).
Residents and employees make it known that the help being offered is one of the most importance. The community of which the facility sits also sees the benefits of having this reentry program. Looking at where the program started and where it is now proves that it is something that is important to society. The second chance which is given to these men and woman which take residency at VOA, gives them a learning experience and a chance at rehabilitation. With the continued support from the government and its departments the future of VOA is one that can be seen as a positive one.