Catherine Gibbs is a 25-year old female who functions within the Mild range of Intellectual Disability. She has a diagnosis of Intermittent Explosive Disorder, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Catherine is verbal and ambulatory. Catherine resides in a residential home and requires 24-hour care and supervision. She has a history of challenging behaviors, which are monitored by her Residential Behavioral Plan. There is no noted history of arrests.
Stakeholders are considered as valuable, because they have an affect or have an effect on prevention. In order for stakeholders to get involve, it is important to include action research so that they have an ideal of construction effective explanation to the issue being researched (Stringer, 2007). Furthermore, there are different stakeholders to involve in homelessness, because they can help create results to issue. Lasker and Weiss (2003) claim individuals that reside in a democratic societies can voice their issues that affect communities.
The pro-choice/pro-life is a major argument in politics in the United States today. However it is not so simple as pro-choice and pro-life. Pro-choice has been coined to mean that women should have the right to choose abortion and it should be a legal option. Pro-life has been connected with the banning of abortion and looking at a fetus as a life so abortion is basically murder. However this pro-life view has gotten very convoluted. Often times recently people who believe in pro-life do not care about the child after they are born. Their lives are not cared for past birth. Pro-birth is a new term has been made for people who believe in the banning of abortion but not any of the legal aid to help the children and their families after the child is born. With the introduction of the term “pro-birth” pro-life’s meaning is slowly evolving. It is not only pro-life but “pro-woman, pro-adoption,
How do you see this position tying into your career path? (Respond in 100-200 words.)
COI Donnie Piveral began his career with the Department of Corrections on December 1, 2014 at Maryville Treatment Center. COI Piveral is currently assigned as a Utility Officer on third shift. His probationary period completion date is originally August 31, 2015.
This is a grant based job and they have limited our working hours. We reduce healthcare costs, but the value of our work is difficult to measure. Our emergency shelter allows clients stay for up to 90 days. During their stay we act as medical case managers. We encourage our clients to see their Primary Care Providers (PCP) and specialist to help address their health needs. It lessens the cost burden for medical assistance, but our outcomes are difficult to measure and it is hard to quantify the cost savings. We continue to encourage clients to see their PCP or go to urgent care rather than going to the
Although homelessness is caused by many things, homeless people are usually labeled as homeless. But there are types of homelessness. One type of homelessness is Situational or Transitional homelessness. This is when someone is forced into homelessness because of uncontrollable circumstances such as losing a job, important material lost, lost of a main breadwinner (Father, husband, wife) etc. The second type of homelessness is Episodic or cyclical homelessness. This is when a person repeatedly falls in and out of homelessness. This usually happens with drug addiction and with people experiencing mental health issues. The person may be able to stop consuming for certain periods of time and get off the street, while being at high risk of homelessness
The CP addressed with Mrs. Navarro about the CP conversation with Dr. Freddie Marton with regards to Tyler’s medication regimen. The CP asked Mrs. Navarro if she is providing Tyler’s with his medication and her response was that she needs to do a refill and then she says, “Oh, I cannot find them since we are packing.” However, Tyler intervenes and stated that he knows where the medication is and based on Mrs. Navarro reaction, she appeared stunned. Tyler left the living room and returned with the bottle at which appears to be full. The CP glazed at Mrs. Navarro reaction and she immediately stated that she will start giving him his medication and will also considered the school nurse providing Tyler with his medication at the school. The CP discussed with Mrs. Navarro about medical neglect and encourages her to comply with her son’s medication because it
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).
Secure Dwellings continues to assist homeless children and their female caregivers throughout the state of Alabama and surrounding states. The program is currently serving 10 mothers and 22 children as of this board meeting date. I often wonder how they able to continue live with all of the unfortunate circumstances and experiences that have cause their lives to be in disarray, some situations due to poor choices and sometimes due to no fault of their own.
I want to be a volunteer with Homeless Outreach because I enjoyed the Homeless Outreach community service when I was at Reality Camp. At Reality Camp, I participated in an "Urban Plunge" walk. Afterwards, I listened to homeless people speak about their circumstances. Then in the morning, we had breakfast with the homeless people. I found all three of these experiences to be very eye-opening and rewarding. The "Urban Plunge" showed me how extensive the services are for Spokane 's homeless population, how low their self esteem is because of how they are treated, and how the no loitering laws really hurt the homeless population. Hearing them talking was a very eye-opening experience for me. It taught me that anyone can become homeless and how
We share some common experience as I also worked for a homeless service organization, serving homeless families. As the Assistant to the Director, I took this job very seriously as well. Shelter Programs are in the media, therefore, I agree that this course is important for business to understand ethics in working with the consumers, Executive Staff, Board of Directors and Stakeholders.
From my first semester in college I could not decide what career I want to be in. After a long time thinking and researching I narrowed down my interest to political science, and my interests have directed me towards international relations and laws. I am fascinated by how the states of the world cooperate together to build a safe place for everyone. American government places a huge role in the world and many countries need American Foreign Service to help them with their problems. After hearing Melissa Martinez, I understood maybe it is good to think about working in Foreign Service. How she talked about their work is pleasing and incredible. Melissa Martinez changed my way of thinking about Foreign Service and interested me in her work.
A challenge in our world would be the amount of homeless people. Companies or the government can help provide housing for them and once they get on their feet charge them from how much their income is. It is hard getting a job without a permanent address. He or she goes and puts an application for a job the manager would question if that person were reliable enough to get to work on time and have transportation. Some managers would take a risk but some just would not consider it. A company that invests in the homeless would be salesforce it is an American cloud company headquartered in San Francisco. Google also donated to Hands up a homeless organization, of around $500,000. I wouldn’t invest in google because they aren’t reliable they are