In March 2011, the senate special committee on Aging held a hearing on elder abuse; “Justice for All: Ending Elder Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation. Based on the Government Accountability Office and experts emphasized the lack of research, education training and prevention strategies to protect elders (Dong, 2014). What many people does not understand, is that elder abuse is a major concern that happens everywhere. Thus, the whole all health care field, the community as a whole, adults protective service can be a good source to help minimize elder abuse, which will contribute to elderly persons’
While these legal outcomes play a role between parents, their children are getting older and developing day by day being deprived of basic attention and come to the conclusion that they are the reason for the divorce as they are being neglected. Not being there for your child in his/her early stages of development can create mental health and behavioral changes. For example, one of the most influential psychological theorist, Erik Erikson had come up with the theory of personality development. It consists of eight stages of development starting with infancy and ending with late adulthood. Focusing on the second stage of autonomy versus shame and doubt; it is believed that the importance of the caregivers is seen and that they should provide guided opportunity for a child to explore their world, which then a sense of autonomy is developed where the psychological strength of self-control and willpower is gained .
The SPELIT power matrix. With the SPELIT power matrix, the reasons behind the high employee turnover in KSA Motors fall into six different types of environments, which are necessary for the success of any organization. Implementation of the Kotter eight-step change model The implementation phase of the Kotter model requires two months for each department and the overall process are expected to be due in 12 months. Each of the ten departments will individually be subjected to the model concurrently to the eight steps provided for in the model. For example, the various departments will be subjected to a given step in the transition and after successful undertaking; the process is shifted to the next step of the transition.
I agree with you that poor training for officer contribute a major part in this situation. The low offender classification result in pairing Garrido with a non-seasoned officer. However, there was clearly visible signs such as information that Garrido had violated his parole, feedback from neighbors, and presence of a 12 year old female during a home visit should have warranted a deeper investigation from the officer. These noticeable signs does not need a seasoned officer to question Garrido actions. Furthermore, regardless of what profession a person have, they are usually paired with a proctor to help him or her learned the basics of the job prior to becoming independent.
Many feel that will have nothing to support themselves if they report it violence because the abuser is the breadwinner. Others are scared for their actual life to tell anyone. There has been more attention drawn to the issue over the past couple decades, but only less than a century ago, victims sat in silence and if they spoke out about it, no one believed them and/or no one helped. Even now, there has to be laws just to make the police respond to these cries for help. This is mentioned by Julian Leigh in a book about the different viewpoints of domestic violence: “Because the police are often reluctant to become involved in domestic violence cases, more than half the states now require law enforcement officers to arrest those accused by their partners of domestic violence.” (Roleff 107).
This point is particularly relevant for Ian as due to dementia he is classified as ‘vulnerable’ as he lacks the ability to look after himself or protect himself from any form of abuse (Care Act, 2014:c23pt1). Safeguarding is a primary duty of my role as a social worker so it is something I always need to be vigilant about, especially as 12-55% of older people with dementia experience abuse, like financial, physical or emotional, by family members (Cooper et al,
Defining the issue Ageism is a form of discrimination and prejudice against an age group, and is actually felt by seniors (Ageism, 2009). Ageism includes false stereotypes which is applied to the seniors, also changes ones way of how they treat elders. As an individual society has taught us want to categorize people into groups, which often leads to use making incorrect and negative stereotypes on one another. A professor had asked her students if they were excited about getting older, and they all answered “no way!” Their explanation was a list of stereotypes such as, sick, unhappy, sexually inactive, as well as being alone. Ageism has been a huge issue for many decades now about the prejudice and discrimination towards seniors.
Grief is a complicated literature to describe as it is a powerful and personal human response, typically after losing a loved one. Grief is universal, every individual copes with grief in their own ways. The problem of this literature is that it has not been studied in depth and this complicated topic can become difficult to analyze due to misinterpretation of feelings and emotions, which is clearly foreseeable in the articles reported. Grief is a natural human reaction, however the outcome grief has on an individual is powerful and often dangerous to one’s own life. PubMed Health describes grief reactions into three terms; anticipatory grief, common grief, and complicated/prolonged grief.
THE RULE OF ISOLATION there not allowing interact some outsiders’ .Chapter3- FAMILY ROLESconcerning the specific role of the alcoholic family in order to help some problems.Chapter4ALCOHOLIC FAMILY vs. HEALTHY FAMILYcomparing and constructing the difference between the two. Chapter5ABANDONMENT living in the alcoholic family will be suffering anger, fear and hurt and “men have an easier time displaying anger and women have an easier time displaying hurt” on the other hand women is emotional. Chapter6CHARACTERISTICS OF ACoASespecially in emotional, mental, physical, and behavioural characteristics. Chapter7CHRONIC SHOCKthe reason that a child is suffering a trauma is when he/she satisfy the argument of the parents, and it will lasts for a very long period of time.
This means asking all patients about abuse and violence in their lives. Whether or not a person chooses to use services or leave her or his partner, a provider’s intervention is very important. People often return to violent partners many times before they feel safe enough to leave, feel that they can survive on their own, or can accept that the person they love will not change (Morrison & Furlong, 2014). When physicians fail to ask about abuse, they inadvertently isolate people who are living in danger.
While the compassionate response was amazing, the thought of this poor man being that disconnected from his surrounding community, that he could go this long uncared for, is devastating. No one should live in that much isolation. As more of the Baby Boomer generation ages, the problem of helping seniors stay connected is a growing one. There are a host of potential dangers to seniors left in isolation. Such risks include depression, risk of injury, decline in health, increase in blood pressure and much more.