Our program provides intensive therapeutic treatment services, medication management, and family therapy. Our residential treatment program is dedicated to nurturing residents in a manner that creates positive change and personal growth. We strive daily to give our most challenged youth the tools they need to overcome the obstacles they are facing, and we provide a highly-structured program that empowers the participants to reach their maximum potential through positive reinforcement. This program may be the best treatment option for children or teens who have been unsuccessful in various acute, partial hospitalization or outpatient treatment settings. Using innovative programming as well as individual, group and family participation, the therapeutic experience will focus on a holistic approach that will ensure that resident needs will be identified and addressed appropriately.
In the midst of the war, over 179,000 African American soldiers served in the Union’s branches such as the navy, army, and support (Freeman and Jean). Many served as they believed this was a way to repay the Union in setting them free and possibly in the future could grant citizenship to them. Before the enlistment of African American soldiers, many laws prohibited the enlistment of African Americans (Freeman and Elise). This is surprising as many African American soldiers served in previous wars such as the American Revolution. Soon after President Lincoln gave his speech on the Emancipation Proclamation, he allowed many slaves to enlist in the Union military (Freeman and Elise).
The philosophy is to provide an excellent environment to children. The program emphasis social, emotional, cognitive and physical development. By doing this interview, I can know more about Candy’s background, reasonability, and educational value in her professional career path. She shares her experiences and difficulties when she starts her work. She also provides information about create curriculum, activity, and interact with family.
My interest is in the autonomous functioning of people with developmental disabilities living in different environments and its correlation to community integration. Autonomous functioning, ultimately their self-determination; allows social workers to provide effective services to people with developmental disabilities. If self-determination increases with deinstitutionalization, changes in services provided to people with developmentally disabilities should be discussed and evaluated. Therefore, self-determination is necessary in finding effective services for people with developmental disabilities, especially those trying to achieve community integration. Research on deinstitutionalization has become prevalent in recent years.
For an example, Keystone Community Services president stated ‘The mission of Keystone Community Services is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and families to improve their quality of life’ (KCS, 2015). It follows that Keystone Community Services is committed to improving lives and maximize human potential. Above all, Keystone Community Services goals and vision are to keep growing to expand their multi-service organization in their community in which is the ‘includes the greater Midway area, the North End of St. Paul, and the communities of the north suburban Ramsey County. Other agency programs extend into Hennepin, Washington and Dakota counties’ (KCS, 2015). A multi-service organization that caters to all ranges of
Each service or program from the organization contributes in the well-ness and improvement of children with special needs in different aspects of their lives. For instance, the purpose of The Community Resource Center is to provide family support and promote the inclusion of children with special needs
Speech and language therapist – These types of professionals support children and young people who have speech/communication difficulties. They can work in a variety of community settings such as nurseries and children’s centres. They also provide training to support practitioners so they are able to develop a child’s speech and language skills within the school setting. They also work in partnership with parents to help the child develop their communication skills to the best of their ability and reach their full potential, they do this so that all children are able to develop within the education environment and also have an increased development socially.
Upon completion of my OT program, the skills I will have developed will guide me to create positive outcomes for the children I will be working with. Facilitating direct involvement through one-on-one interactions with children, periodic assessment of improvement, and working with parents so they may consistently apply the same exercises at home, are some of the key strategies I plan to
Since this theory believes that children need to be provided with a nurturing environment for successful development, encouraging a community wide intervention ensuring there are enough treatment homes/facilities within the community to accommodate abused and neglected children would align with the humanistic perspective. The social work intervention could be writing grants to help supplement monies to build such facilities, to update current facilities or for professional development for staff working within those