Near the end of 2014 my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, and in early 2015 my father was diagnosed with colon cancer. Our PCP and the nurses focused their approach to each of us individually and assessed each of our needs, perceptions, and understanding of everything that was going on at the time while all of this was going on. They were concerned with my sisters emotional coping strategies and identified she needed some behavioral assistance to help guide her through this trying time in our lives. Therefore, our PCP referred her to the appropriate providers to assist her. They were concerned with me because I was in my second trimester of pregnancy, a nursing student, and the stress was affecting my blood pressure.
Summary Recently a group of therapist administered the SAFER v. 3 to assess MM’s safety in her two-story home in Blue Bell, PA. After completing the assessment it was determined that MM has several areas that were deemed either “mild” or “moderate” problem areas. Much of this has to do with her intellectual disabilities or her mild CP, which causes her to toe walk. Of note, however, is the face that MM lives with her two parents and has an aide that comes to her home four times a week. Without her parents providing support she would most certainly have scored differently on some areas of the assessment. MM’s first area in which she experiences mild problems is in functional mobility.
Her clinic was spread verbally and helped aid more than four hundred women total in the ten days it was operating (Posts about Comstock Law on Margaret Sanger Paper Project). This clinic eventually got shut down ten days later by the police (Feldt). After a few more attempts of reopening the clinic, the police say Margaret Sanger’s actions as a nuisance and requested that she would be evicted by her landlord. Sanger was convicted and was proposed a temporary sentence if she promised not to repeat her actions that got her into the mess she made previously prior to her arrested, but she ended up refusing to compel to the promise. As a result of her declining to make the promise, she was given an option of a fine or a jail sentence.
Joan Didion discusses in her piece, “In Bed,” about her life as a migraine sufferer. She has dealt with this debilitating condition since she was eight-years-old. One of the important things she mentions is, “… Migraine headaches were, as everyone who did not have them knew, imaginary.” She admits that many assume migraine sufferers “bring it on themselves,” and that it is their fault. They are told to simply take a couple aspirin to alleviate the pain. How would you deal with this neglect and disregard if you experienced the same serious condition Didion does?
She was not pleasant to listen to; her tongue had sharpened terribly. For three years she sat out on the front steps every night, alone and silent looking down the road and waiting. But the hunchback never returned. There were rumors that Marvin Macy used him to climb into windows and steal and other rumors that Marvin Macy had sold him into a side show. But both these reports were traced back to Merlie Ryan.
When the pain inside acts on Mildred, she subconsciously takes over 30 pills in an attempt to commit suicide. After her stomach is cleaned free of the pills, Mildred claims no recollection of her ever taking more than two pills. The life she lives along with the rest of the population is not a life at all but in fact a fabrication to bury away the true feelings they all experience. Bleach stains encompass all areas of the head. The bleach represents the artificiality that Mildred has spent time and money to become.
“The Yellow Wallpaper” is her best-known and important 19th century short-story dealing with the subject of madness. The story is believed to have been inspired from the real life experience of Gilman who suffered a severe depression during her decade-long marriage and “underwent a series of unusual treatments for it”. She was refused to perform any intellectual actions by her specialist Dr. S. Weir Mitchell and prescribed a complete bed rest “rest cure” for several weeks. She was prevented from pursuing her ambition as a writer and suggested to “live as domestic life as far as possible”, making her sick more than ever. Her sufferings, depression, mental trauma, and oppression, find its full eloquence in this very story where she uses madness as an agency to give voice to her mental sufferings and rebellion against the women oppression.
One of these mothers I speak to regularly and her entire world has been shattered when her daughter stopped speaking to her and never allows her to see her grandkids for nearly four years now. While it’s completely not my place, I cannot help but to give a piece of my mind to any of my friends that have done this or complain about their
Frankie Evens lost everything with only two words “I’m gay”. She’s been gay her whole life, but with her homophobic parents, she was unable to tell anyone except for her younger brother and her best friend. Both of which accepted her no matter what. Soon after coming out by accident, Frankie’s parents kicked her out which forced Frankie into foster care. Even with everything happening, Frankie only worried about her brother, who was a bisexual boy left alone in an unsafe home.
Peg stated, “For the first time since my paralysis set in, I realized there was something worse than having polio.” She is referring to having a family who couldn 't visit or abandoning her. Alice was abandoned by her parents at the young age of 3, Dorothy could not go home because there was no one to care and tend to her needs and her parents try to visit once a month, Shirley’s family live too far to visit often so come only once every few months, and Renee’s family also lived very far away (200
Previous substance abuse treatment and unsuccessful attempts to decrease substance use was not assessed Other Relevant History Ms. Lewis had completed 1 year of a 10-year sentence in prison for the distribution of an illegal substance. She reported that 3 years ago she had served 1 year for possession, but denied responsibility for the sentence. She disclosed getting into a fight between 1 and 2 years ago, but did not provide details about the fight. She endorsed a significant history of physical abuse throughout her childhood, and during her romantic relationships. Military, immigration, and custody status was not assessed.
Lucas parents were spoken to about the situation with their daughter. They report she was recently released from SHR Monday, and has not taken her medications since being discharged. Mother reports Ms. Lucas has reported to her in the past attempting to drinking mouthwash and peroxide to self harm. The mother reports she has had several boyfriends within the past year and becomes very attached to them. The parents reports Ms. Lucas has been talking about and shown interest in bizarre topics about secret societies and government conspiracy, which has come up more frequently in recent weeks.
There are concerns with regards to underlying mental health for Selena Goodall. During the intake, Ms. Goodall reports that she was diagnosed with bipolar. Then during the course of the six month with working with Ms. Goodall, she then reports that she was also diagnosed with ADHD and mood disorder. She was unable to provide dates of when she was diagnosed and where. According to Ms. Goodall, she reports that she diagnosed as a child.
The average weekly wage has previously been established at $2,499.27. Through your last reimbursement request it looks like the claimant has continued to receive her wages up to 06/27/17. Her attorney confirmed she was continuing to receive her wages at this time. Since the last hearing you had the claimant examined by a psychiatrist, Dr. Conciatori, who finds causal relationship for an adjustment disorder with anxiety and depression. You also had the claimant examined on 06/24/17 by a neurologist, Dr.
Jessica Stemp is a 27-year-old female army veteran with no pertinent past medical history presents with insomnia and irritability. Jessica, an administrator assistant at the chaplain services at Veteran Affairs was urged to come in by her employer or boss following a verbal and physical altercation two days ago with a client who wanted to reschedule an appointment with her boss - This event happen in light of her potentially being laid off because of her performance at work as well as her tardiness. She doesn’t remember the progression of the encounter however, she just remembers shoving the client. She describes how this never happen before. Additional symptoms she has been experiences has been lack of focus, nightmares, depressed, anxious, headaches with double vision and increased sensitivity to light about 2 times a week or 3 time per month, experiencing flashbacks following certain smells and loud noises.