I am the employee that is the first to arrive to work and last to leave, the student who picks up the slack when other group members don’t hold up their end of the assignment, the friend that is always there when you call on them, and the mentor that will do anything to ensure my mentee is always at his/her best. Reflecting all of these attributes is my only weakness; always going above and beyond without reward although it may go unnoticed and sometimes can be exhausting. It is a passion of mine to extend a helping hand to others and watch others grow to reach their full potential as I have. Hopefully, I will be that Residential Assistant that residents feel that they can call on whether I am on or off the clock. In terms of strengths, I will examine two strengths outside of the cliché hardworking, critical thinking, and professional strengths commonly named.
• Ensure service members’ records were filed properly and maintained in the individual record. • Procure service member records in-order to be mailed out to other claim offices, having major effects on individuals. • Ensure all regulatory requirements pertaining to individual privacy were adhered to. • Research and obtain all necessary paperwork and relevant information regarding cases and issues pertaining to individual records. • Identify records, inconsistencies and initiated actions to correct the problems.
Some of the residents of the assisted living facility required special equipment such as wheelchairs, oxygen and special medication in order to be evacuated safely, and due to the severity of the high winds and flooding, the residents or staff members couldn’t drive out of the area. Emergency managers should conduct an assessment of their community in order to identify the individuals with special needs
Separate from the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland, the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland is an independent organization designed to protect patient rights. It is not associated with the 2003 Act. The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland looks for deficiencies in overall patient care and issues that arise due to negligence on the part of the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland. It also publishes an annual report on the results of the 2003 Act (Hothersall, 2008, p. 52) The Adult Support and Protection (Scotland) Act 2007 updated both previous acts with the idea of further protecting the patient.
Are met by professionals, because due to their illness they are experiencing changes and therefore the relevant staff will be able to help with the specific care that they need for their specific needs. This will help professionals to be able to support the client in the best possible way that will benefit them overall when receiving their care
“Veteran poverty should be unimaginable, but sadly, it is an unpleasant fact today for some veterans” (“The Ugly Face of Veteran Poverty in the United States”). Many homeless veterans are not getting the support they need. People need to be witness to this injustice and stand up for it. “The kind of hope we need is an orientation of the spirit a willingness to position ourselves sometime, someway, someplace in hopeless spaces and be a witness and say something” (Stevenson). Veterans are living in horrible conditions after serving in the military because the government is not providing enough support for veterans.
World Health Organization (WHO) has defined disability as an umbrella term for impairments. Disability is an individual with a health condition such as Down syndrome cerebral palsy and depression, body functioning or structure on activity limitation. WHO, (2016) supported that people with learning difficulties they deserve privacy and dignity like everyone The Health and community Care Act 1990 protect people service users from abuse or neglect so that deterioration can be prevented or to promote physical or mental health and to allow independence and social inclusion. It also to improve opportunities and life chances, to help families and to protect human rights around people in need of the services. It has been argued Department of health, (2015) state that “people are living longer, which means there are likely to be more people with complex
In my current role as Probation and Parole Officer, I have learned and gain a lot of experience with the Delaware Court System. While supervising individuals on level 2 Domestic Violence, level 2 interstate and current case load standard level 2 and pre-trial supervision, I have gain a lot of experience with the different court systems which entails, Family Court, Court of Common Pleas, Superior Court, and Justice of Peace. When the court orders an individual to serve Probation, It is my duties to make sure I’m enforcing the terms and conditions of supervision and keeping the Court informed of the individuals compliance or noncompliance. The courts have various programs and resources they can implement to not only help the individual but also the probation officer with their recommendation. The court can request that an individual get evaluated by a physiatrist (most time the evaluation is funded by the state).
The Youth and School Resource Officers School Resource Officers (SROs) are sworn police officers trained to serve and protect the community. As such, they have a duty to serve and protect schools within their jurisdiction as part of a total community-policing strategy. Research has shown that the youth with healthy relationships and “protective factors” have a reduced chance of becoming involved in serious delinquency. These “protective factors” include adding school resource officers to school campuses with the growing number of at-risk students. It is important for schools to have SROs because the SRO’s role on school campus is keeping students safe and supporting the education mission not only as law enforcement officer but also as a teacher and a counselor.
Analyzed policy and medical information to provide clients with timely and accurate eligibility data while notating all necessary findings in a clear, concise manner Qualified payments and issued disqualifications; elevated calls to management when necessary and referred calls to other offices when appropriate Perfomed actions in accordance with Disability Insurance (DI) policies and procedures; such as referring customers to other agencies and available resources when appropriate; identified and reported any suspected fraudulent policy activities Made accurate, timely, adjustments and corrections at the time of initial policy writing and documented all pertinent information in policy notes Resolved disputes with insurance eligibility issues with clients, including timely notification of the department’s staff to ensure all information was correct and accurate Gathered and analyzed data and reasoned logically; comprehended written material and interpreted and applied rules and instructions; communicated effectively; analyzed situations accurately and took effective action Established and maintained cooperative relations with others; and related to members of all ethnic, racial, and disability groups while being sensitive to community group
Harry Markham’s Loyalty Dilemma Markham was hired as an investment advisor to give advice on the state pension fund. He has concerned about the pension funds running out of money due to the liability risk associated with the higher values that were not being reported (Walsh,2016). The problem is that how can Markham give good advice on investments decisions to his clients when they don’t want to hear a negative report. He has live up to his moral obligation which is to be honest and trustworthy to his clients and all other parties when it involves investment decisions (Northouse, 2016, p.346). 1.)
Through self-reflection and academic readings, I have discovered that I identify with three different leadership theories. During the first meeting in a Strength Based Leadership class, we were asked to write our leadership history. The class then began an ongoing exploration of various leadership theories. Upon reviewing my leadership history from the first class and synthesizing the information from the theories that were examined, I discovered that I most resonate with the Trait Leadership Theory, the Skills Leadership Theory, and the Path-Goal Leadership theory. These theories are leader focused, describing the process and techniques a leader uses to accomplish goals.