Jane Addams founded the Hull House which was a social and civic center that helped the poor and immigrants. She taught the staff to influence the government and issues movements in order to help and improve the slums and work conditions, to get rid of child labor, and lower the work hours. The settlement houses started to spread rapidly, in the end about 400 settlement houses were built across America. In the settlement houses, Addams made nurseries, penny savings banks, employment bureaus, social clubs, and music, lecture, reading groups. The settlement houses taught immigrants how to be more sanitary and it helped the poor work harder to take of their family.
I think that human services were greatly impacted by Jane Addams and the Hull House. It made people aware of what was going on in the poor sections of the city. Because of her and the other people who helped her, people could not just turn a blind eye to the poor. She was rich and vocal about what was happening, allowing her to recruit others from her walk of life to help. I believe she made helping others through human service programs “cool”, which made others want to
This scenario is about a young twenty-two year old woman, named Clare Macwurter. Even though Clare is twenty-two, she was mentally a child. Her being this way was due to complications during her birth that caused irreversible brain damage. Even with her mental state, Clare’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Macwurter, made sure she was able to live a happy life and carry out basic daily functions in order to care for herself. Clare was not able to read, but she enjoyed other basic things like watching TV and listening to music.
Her role as writer gives her a huge amount of responsibility to change her community since she inspires hope in the heart of her community with her vignettes the few times she has read them and her family has continued to encourage her. This is evident in the vignette “Born Bad”, were her aunt states “That’s nice. That’s
Since Max and Liesel have a huge support system it helps alot. Liesel has Rudy, Hans and Rosa; those are more of the main one. Max has Hans, Rosa and Liesel and everyone who want to keep him safe. Due to the hard transition Leisel faced at the beginning of the book Hans really helped her out. Not only did she lose her brother, she is being separated from her mother and is being taken in by another family.
Kate situation also caused a conflict of interest between her mother and father because the father just wanted Kate and Anna to be happy and comfortable, and the mother want her to be at the hospital to get better. He took Kate from hospital to the beach because she stated that she wanted to go to the beach, and her sibling come along with them. The mother was
The other day I went to softball (KGSA) and I was really nervous and did not want to go I kept thinking that I would embarrass myself. My mom took me to tryouts and told me how good and wonderful I would do and that made me feel alot better. She also bought me a gatorade to help me feel better. After my tryouts we were walking out and my mom started telling me how well I did and that she was very proud of me. My mom has influenced me to be supportive of others like when I was at tryouts there was a girl that had never played before so I told her she would do great and that she was really good at
How is this program funded? Criticism & Ideas for Reform: What criticism exists for this program and what is the source of such criticism? What ideas exist for reforming this program and what are the sources of such ideas? Opinion: This program was very helpful to many people and is still helpful today to people in other countries . Safety Net Program: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Year Established:
One important effect is that both of them inspired many organizations and people to make a difference to help those in need. Hepburn’s sons, Sean and Luca created Audrey Hepburn Children 's Fund to continue her work (Ferrer, 1994). Second, Kelly saved and changed countless lives and communities from suffering and death around the world. According to Carers Victoria (2013), Krishna Emmanuel, Ahmed Mustafa and the former conjoined twins Trishna and Krishna were all in orphanages and she became the legal guardian and mother for them, which made a difference to their lives. In the same way, Hepburn helped children with water, food and medical services in several countries (Karim, 2014).
They come from all walks of life, all educational backgrounds, socioeconomic classes and so on. Helping people that can be easily identified as "different" from you can inadvertently help worsen stigma for that group. But helping people that you can identify with can help break down social barriers. No matter your skin color or other identifier, if you volunteer with homeless services, you are likely to meet individuals in need with whom you and your children can identify in some