Tara Jones is a 16-year-old female who has been mandated by Alberdene County Court to Smith Center for Youth, residential facility, after running away from her current foster care placement with Ms. Judy Boot. Tara has come in involuntarily stating that she does not want to live in a residential facility and would rather hold residence with her maternal aunt, Sally Johnson. Tara feels that her behavior “is no big deal.” Smith Center for Youth will be closing and Tara will need to be transferred over to another residential facility, Tanner House. Her family therapist, Ida Dogoode, has behavioral concerns Tara that are present that lead to a questionable successful transfer.
How is Catherine unique? In the book, Rules by Cynthia Lord, Catherine was the main character who faced many challenges throughout the book. She has a mom who does not really understand her problems. Her dad does not really play a big role in the story. These challenges often include his little brother, David, messing up things. Furthermore, she has shown many different traits in the story that helped this story be so interesting. 2 main character traits that she showed in the story are protective and sensitive.
Shirley Cole (Family Court Counselor) prepared a report to the court tin May 2007 which included referring Rebecca for an addiction assessment. Rebecca provided me with a copy of a letter dated May 2007 to Shirley Cole from Addiction Services stating Rebecca completed an addiction assessment and was low Probability of a Substance Abuse Disorder. Shirley Cole stated in the conclusion of this report that her “clinical assessment is that Rebecca is a very capable, responsible, and mature young woman.” She states “Rebecca has demonstrated tremendous resiliency in spite of numerous personal and practical obstacles.” Shirley Cole continues to state that there was “no indication from collateral contacts with Child Protection, Police Services, the children’s Guidance Counselor or other professionals in Health Services, nor from Rebecca presentation across several contacts that there was any substance to the numerous allegations, John, her former partner, has made against her as a person or a parent.”
Katherine Collier, 54, of Mt. Pleasant was arrested Sunday, March the 13, for driving under the influence.According to the Maury County Sherriff's Department report, Collier had been swerving in and out of her lane. After being asked to step out of her vehicle she told the officer that she was the City Manager and asked if he was trying to frame her, to which he responded by saying that he did not know who she was outside of that interaction. Collier then said "That's the deal, that's what's going on, but okay." Collier had a cup of red wine that was almost empty in her middle console. When the Officer asked for her insurance she looked confused, the officer asked a few more times but she never handed it over. She was taken to Maury Regional
Karta is a 12 year old African American girl, who has experienced a long history of trauma. She was referred to me by her school social worker Ms. Johnson who reports that she has academic problems, severe inattention, hyperactivity, physical violent tantrums and is disrespectful to her peers and teachers. Karta was raised in a single parent household during the first few years of her life. Karta’s father died in a car accident before she was born so she never got a chance to meet him. Karta’s mother Michelle became depressed and turned to alcohol to cope with her pain.
Attended by Since his 9/9/16 Behavior Clinic visit, Mom reported Ben attends BTC/Day program; walks and exercise daily; She’s counting calories, Ben is still working (picking up paper); still going on community outings with a behavioral residential aide (Addus Health), appetite good, sleeping well and having regular BMs; CSS received copies of Ben’s BATC 10/1/16- 12/30/16 behavior data which show targeted behaviors but no reports of major behavioral issues and 16 absences due to illness. He had 2 reportable incidents per Therap (10/10/16 Physical Aggression & 9/22/16 rectal digging). On10/12/16 he had a visit to American Family care for an ear infection, 10/5/16 had outpatient surgery regarding excessive wax in his ear, seen by his PCP on10/5/16,
The mother has four priors the two prior adult intakes with physical injury by Paramour. She was listed as a victim with mild retardation. Shaquana states at the time of the two adult priors in 2006 and 2009 the play fighting she did with the paramour at that time sometimes have gotten a little rough. Another prior the mother was a HM during family violence investigation in 2012. One last prior she was the AP with no indicators in environmental hazards, substance misuse alcohol, and substance misuse-illicit drugs.
The reporting party (RP) stated there were a list of issues and concerns regarding the level 4 home. A resident named Tammy Sanchez was observed by Regional Center counselor staff member Constance Sifton standing on a street corner on Mooney Blvd., in front of MOR Furniture store unsupervised. The counselor from the Regional Center pulled over and spoke with the resident. The resident disclosed that she had been on the street for an extended period which was indicated by the resident being drenched in sweat and appearing dehydrated and shaking. The resident was initially with a staff person named Isabelle and her boyfriend.
Being a woman in the early twentieth century, she simply followed what her husband told her. She did not have her own voice and kept her thoughts to herself. With that being said, it is as if her identity is simply that of the average woman during her time. However, the days she spends in confinement go by, the identity of that woman drifts away and she is overtaken by the identity of her own mental illness. As said in Diana Martin’s journal on “Images in Psychiatry”, while the narrator in isolation she becomes “increasingly despondent and nervous”.
R/s Mr. Pittman does not go the doctors. R/s signs of physical abuse is present. R/s the home is very cluttered and unclean, it is described as “a place no one will want to live”. R/s the family may have previous DSS involved due Mr. Pittman being suicidal in the past. R/s this information was disclosed to her
Successful CC =1 CM received a call from Jennifer Wisely (DCP&P worker) for Alexia (youth). CM discussed her concerns with DCP&P. CM was informed that DCP&P met with Ms. Marshall (caregiver) and DCP&P is closing youth’s case before Friday, 3/17/17. DCP&P stated that they were open with the family due to child welfare; DCP&P reported no neglect from family. CM informed DCP&P that CM is unable to reach caregiver and needs to schedule a meeting for this month. DCP&P noted she will contact caregiver and have her call CM regarding this matter.
I. Date/Type of Interaction Face-to-face individual session with T.T. 03/21//2016 from 5pm-7pm at ForKids located on 4200 Colley Ave. Interaction was made during Hot Meals & Homework tutoring session. II. Purpose Statement The purpose of this assessment is to evaluate T.T.’s behavior and feelings after having to deal with moving from one our transitional housing into a hotel.
Visual Evidence for the Murder Trial of Andrea Yates The children could hear the terrifying screams from their siblings in the bathroom. One by one all five entered the bathroom where their mother waited for them, unfortunately not a single one would make it out alive. Within six months of this heinous crime Andrea Yates the mother of these five children was put on trial.