That’s when I walked in and I saw Miss Hilly run to her room. Miss Hilly sat there crying and saying she didn’t know what to do. Miss Hilly has always cared about Mister Jeffrey. She was scared she was going to lose him. She was upset because this fight shouldn’t have happened like this.
The doctors couldn’t seem to make it stop are make her all better. She was ready to go, give up, but as a family we keep holding on not understanding her wishes of let me go this is horrific on my mind, body and soul please free me. All of the morphine and manmade medicine was doing her no good the pain was still persevering through. Definitely she wasn’t eating drinking are even trying to communicate any more. She had lost her will to go on with life.
Matthew McHale 301 Assessment. Task B Case study You are a social care worker and a service user, Hannah, tells you that she is unhappy taking her new medication. She thinks she does not need it and so she is throwing it away. You know from her care plan that Hannah does need to take the medication regularly and gets confused. Hannah begs you to keep this confidential and not tell anyone especially her daughter, who she sees regularly, as her daughter will be very angry.
A lot of hateful words were said amongst the two of us, some words I just recently forgiven her for. My mother was diagnosed with bipolar disorder years ago. She refuses to get treatment. As you can imagine, living with a bipolar person can be extremely difficult. While growing up, I felt confused, lonely and hated by my mother.
She was initially very happy to see her family, but is having trouble adjusting to being back home. She does not get along with Harold's mother and the two women argue constantly. She has been having difficulty sleeping, feels like she is "in a daze" much of the time, refuses to go into town saying it is "too noisy and too crowded," and doesn't seem interested in connecting with her old friends. When the children want to spend time with her, Shirley becomes irritable and says she is too tired. Tracy has been crying frequently since her mother has returned, and Ben disappeared for two days without telling anyone where he was.
her daughter would ask if she was okay and all Maria would do is cry and say no. Jane was upset by her mother’s response which is why she decided to buy a hidden camera It was the only way she was going to get answers and to know what was really going on. It was recorded that two female carers hulling Maria out from the chair and manhandling her onto the bed she was crying out in pain and you see one of them drop her legs onto the bed, all you heard Maria say was “oh god oh god!” they would comment on how bad her breath smelt. The second night she filmed she noticed the male carer on the footage obviously in Marias room all on his own and Jane stated only female carers. He was seen tugging Marias clothes, shoving her on her side whilst Maria was crying with humiliation and pain his arm swung back whilst he slapped her thigh.
Elizabeth on the other hand was rather nervous about the situation and guilt began to eat away at her. The guilt had a strong effect on the younger girl. She became rather distracted, and confused. She babbled nonsense, woke up screaming at night, and became weak, refusing or even forgetting to eat. But her guilt did not give her the courage to report to Reverend Parris what was taking place, and so the meetings continued.
After the whole night of thinking, he felt regret and wanted to apologise to the family. However, when he went back to the house, he heard that the family decide to leave the house because they think that the monster will threatened their father’s life. In nowadays, there are examples about the regretful of people who isolated themselves. There’s a girl, she don’t like meeting with people, so she always stayed at her house, her parents use a lot of strength to ask her to go out and meet the others. However, the girl just ignored them.
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The patient has a history of diabetics and hypertension and she is ESRD. She did not receive her dialysis because her dialysis access was not working. The same time she was desaturation. I had to call the primary doctor to come and see. They monitored the patient very closely.