On 12/3, APS SW Jamie Gaines spoke with Rosa Naremore about the possibility of Ms. Mullins receiving home dialysis. According to Ms. Naremore, Ms. Mullins would not have the mental capacity of what needed to be done with home dialysis. Worker explained to Ms. Naremore that Ms. Mullins had recently moved into Eagle Rest and the owner could help Ms. Mullins with the process. Ms. Naremore stated the person willing at assist would be required to attend training at Princeton from 8-12 for a month. In the training, she would learn all the requirements.
Background Statement: In this particular case, Dr. Rose is going to her usual 6-month cleaning appointment with her dentist. She is a 65-year-old nurse. She gives the receptionist her insurance card and an intake form which contain lengthy allergy information, including her previously discovered allergy to chlorhexidine. This allergy was discovered during her appointment the past summer.
Bloom informs clinic of her pregnancy HealthPartners employed Jennifer Bloom as a certified medical assistant at Coon Rapids Clinic from 2004 until 2012. Before her termination, she used FMLA leave twice for the birth of her two children. In March 2012, Bloom learned that she was pregnant with her third child.
CCIB received a call from Susan, her Grandmother was at the facility for four weeks, moved in 11/17/2015, Mable Werane (DOB 09/08/1914). While she was there, the family thought maybe she was having trouble adjusting to the new place as the one she lived at for 8 years had just closed. Two days after she moved in, she had a doctor appointment, her family noticed that she was wearing depends, even though she never wore them before. They discovered that the staff was not taking her to the bathroom every four hours as she was accustomed, just left her in the depends. The family also started to notice that when they changed her, they seemed to just toss her around, she would be overheard saying "Don't, Don't and Ow, Ow."
In my 2402 clinical placement, I had a patient with acid reflux and Gaviscon was ordered for him for 4 times a day. After 3 hours of taking the second dose his symptom worsened and he asked for more medication. When I spoked to my primary nurse regarding the patients’ ordered, he said we can not change the doctor’s order. I asked my primary nurse if I could speak to the doctor and he said yes. I presented the patient’s situation to the doctor who adjusted the prescription so that the patient could get a dose of the medication immediately.
I write to report a violation of principles number 2, section B, C, D, I, and J of the American Occupational Therapy Association code of ethics by Lucy Jackson. During my Fieldwork in fall semester (September-November) of last year, I noticed a pattern of behavior by my supervisor, Lucy Jackson at Mannor Care Center in Washington. The supervisor has been verbal abusive to Maryann Smith, a 68 years old woman with acute kidney injury and obesity. The verbal abuse started on my first day (09/7/2016) working with Lucy Jackson and ended when the patient was discharged on 9/27/2016. My supervisor always conducted treatment sessions in Maryann Smith’s room and since the other therapists aren’t around, she used the opportunity to verbally abuse Maryann
Meldenson uses the ethnographic approach in which she took two different samples and compared how they managed with living with Lupus. Sample one was drawn from the local community and were diagnosed within a year of symptom recognition. Sample two were drawn from the internet and described a frustrating process of diagnosis. Each sample went through many life changes after being diagnosed and had to learn how to cope with it. Confidence in Medical Care Linked to Depression in Lupus
Samantha, a 6-year, 10-month-old female, was evaluated at the Eastern Illinois University (EIU) Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic (Clinic) on April 1, 2011. Speech-language pathologist (SLP) Lynn Calvert referred Samantha for an evaluation. Samantha’s mother, Mrs. Brown, noted that Samantha currently uses pronoun mix-ups that may not be age-appropriate, confuses verb tenses, has speech sounds errors, and leaves morphemes off words. Her mother first noticed the problem around the age of four and currently is not sure what may have caused the problem. She reported that Samantha has made slight improvements since the problem was first noticed.
A nurse watched me talk to her and later explained she has autism and had been hospitalized in the rehab unit for over two months from a motor vehicle accident where her best friend died, and she was severely injured. The client clearly expressed her main concern was being discharged from the hospital. She had become acquainted with the hospital setting and formed relationships with her health care team, especially the nurses and aids. The client verbally and physically expressed she was unhappy about terminating the relationships she had formed at the hospital.
An example was the case of a woman who brought her newly delivered set of twins to the hospital for immunization. She complained that she was not lactating. She had started giving her two weeks old babies artificial milk. It was not even the correct type of milk. She was interviewed by the nurses and was allowed to speak her mind concerning her family; her husband, her job, her in-laws, her husband’s job, her eating pattern, et cetera.
Ms. Jessica Rabb came to the SSO office for a meeting with HS De La Torre in order to develop a Housing Plan to explore different Housing options available for the family. Family stated that last permanent address was located at 676 East 141 St. Bronx, NY. Family left this address due to continuous argument with the owner of the house (cousin). Family is currently residing at 1466 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY Unit 3C. Family composition consist of Jessica Rabb (self, ) Matthew Kennely (Domestic Partner, 23y); Jermaine I. Rabb (son, 2y).
CCIB Intake received the SOC 341 for resident Clothide McCord. Reporting party Tonya Hill Conservator- Deputy Public Guardian 222 W. Brookside Ave., Redlands CA 92373 (909) 798-8500. The reporting party and Public Health Nurse, Sandra Garcia visited Clothide at the facility on 12/13/16. The resident was found barely responsive and dehydrated.