Imagine you are a teacher in Reese's new school. Describe three ideas you have for building a relationship with Reese's family and how you would go about making the family feel welcome in your school. The first thing that I would do is having Reese a welcome party, this will help her feel welcome in her new classroom! This party could give Reese the opportunity to meet more students and form friendships. The next thing that I would do is set up a meeting with Reese's mom and explain to her that if she needs anything to please contact me.
Ms. Stevens and her child, Tjayda Stevens are receiving preventive services with Harlem Dowling Westside Center for Children and Family Services (HDWC). Ms. Stevens’ case was referred from ACS and accepted thru HDWC on 03/02/2015. The services provided to Ms. Stevens are casework counseling, community advocacy, housing advocacy, and monthly home based visits to ensure stable family functioning and child safety. Ms. Stevens has been receptive to services since the agency obtained case planning responsibility. Administration for Children’s Services recommended the following service plan for Ms. Stevens to complete parenting and anger management class, individual counseling, and domestic violence.
By establishing a worker/client relationship, this will provide Laura with a secure base to operate from in the future. She will be able to confidently explore her historical, current, and future relationship with her mother knowing that she can receive comfort and reassurance from me, her social worker. Once she recognizes this secure base, I will assist her in discovering how she currently handles her relationship with her mother. During this relational discovery process with her mother, I will also allow her to explore her relationship with me, showing Laura how her previous ways of dealing with others could be positively changed through the change of her various internal behavioral models. Through this social worker and client relationship exploration, Laura will discover how her current perceptions of her mother are connected to expectations from their relationship when she was a child, providing her the opportunity to view the current relationship differently.
Focus: Myra adjusting to the home and community. Ms. Smalls (MHP) and Ms. Simmons (MHS) discuss Myra adjustment to the home and community. Intervention: MHP requested an update of Myra behaviors in the home. MHP provided MHS with a DSS update of establishing services for the youth. Response: MHS explain Myra appears to be a nice and respectful young girl.
The Aunties are uneasy by Jing-mei's statement “‘Not know your own mother?’ cries Auntie An-mei with disbelief. ‘How can you say? Your mother is in your bones!’” (Tan 16). Jing-mei little by little understands her mother's ways after her passing. Jing-mei and her father travel to her mother’s homeland to comprehend what her mother endured “She must not only hear her mother's words, and later, her father's, but also she must see the landscape that those words, or mini poems, interpret in order for her to discover her own individual place” (Wood 13).
“Strategic therapy is any type of therapy where the therapist initiates what happens during therapy and designs a particular approach for each problem” (Santisteban, Suarez-Morales, Robbins & Szapocznik, 2006). The beliefs of Milan developed the idea of family functioning as a system. Family therapy is a form of counseling that assist members of a family in the areas of communications and familial conflicts to name a few. (Mackinnon & James,
MAIN IDEAS/LITERARY DEVICES NOTES: Purpose Audience Epiphany Dialogue Comparison Figurative Language Ethos Pathos The purpose of Tan’s essay is to show readers the vital role that language plays in everyday life and show that the quality of a person’s ideas does not rely on their knowledge or application of standard language. The audience could be aimed at generally anybody who is interested in English. More specifically, it could be targeted at people who do have encountered problems with language barriers. Tan had a minor epiphany while giving a speech with her mother in the audience. She realized the different variations of English she exchanges between her mother, husband, and the rest of the
125) to accept students in a positive way. Mezirow’s transformational “learning is the ‘process of using a prior interpretation to construct a new or revised interpretation of the meaning of one’s experience in order to guide future action” (Garneau, 2016, p. 128). This is perfect for this dilemma of nurses questioning the students being on a critical care unit. The nurses must reflect back to when they were students and they thirst for clinical exposure and experience. The three main focuses of this transformative theory are based on “experience, critical reflection, and rational discourse” (Garneau, 2016, p. 128), which are important to nursing.
Finally, parents and guardians will be involved in ward rounds in making decisions for their patients. They would be offered the option of being present with their child during medical procedures and offered support before, during, and after the procedure (Academy, Pediatrics, & Care,
Shug introduces Celie to same-sex relationships and masturbation. At this point, the protagonist begins to address her letters to her sister Nettie rather than to God in order to tell her about her experiences. Shug Avery appears in Celie’s life at a moment in which she is confined within marriage with Albert. Touched by her unhappiness, Shug promises her that she will not abandon her until she will be sure that she feels protected. During one of their meetings,