The patient was placed on HOLD to see the Senior Counselor for an update on her efforts of contacting Blue Hill Hospital. Please note, the patient appeared to be irritable and upset about being place daily and missing her transportation. The writer had to remind the patient that she had 1 week prior to take care of the matter and did not comply. The writer and the patient called Intercommunity together and spoke with Julia from the Detox department. During the phone screening- the patient was found ineligible as it was determined that the patient is not a chronic user due to her only using Valium three times and stopped for the past three weeks.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is a book written by Rebecca Skloot. Chapter 1 begins shortly after Henrietta’s daughter, Deborah, and her son, Joe, were born. After those two were born, she then began to experience vaginal bleeding at the wrong time of the month. Feeling like something was wrong, Henrietta rushed to the doctor. She only went to see the doctor “If she felt she had no other choice”.
Medications are normally used to treat people that are ill, but a St. Louis mother had a much more devious reason to use it. Rachel Kinsella appeared to be taking care of her nine-year-old son, Patrick, who was born prematurely. Her son had epilepsy and hydrocephalus, but the hospital visits became more frequent and secretive. The woman took her son to St. Louis Children`s Hospital and Children`s Mercy Kansas City, getting medication from both places without telling any of the doctors, according to FOX2Now. Patrick suffered from epilepsy and hydrocephalus after a premature birth.
This is for documentation as to reason why my daughter Cadence Lookabill has had so many unexcused absenses. Cadence has struggled with chronic allergies for years and with those allergies she has a lot of mucus which causes vomiting and diarrhea. I have taken her to the doctor for these issues and they just send her home saying there is nothing they can do, so I didn’t take her on those days. If she had strep throat or any other illness I did. Cadence was given notes for the dates in question, she did not get the notes to the appropriate person and after she failed to give them those notes she threw them away.
Postpartum depression is a serious mental health issue which can pose as a risk towards the relationship between a mother and her baby (Thompson & Fox, 2010).Postpartum depression is a serious mood disorder experienced by women after giving birth. This complex mood disorder can impact the entirety of the mother such as mind, body and spirit. The dreams a mother has as to what they expected motherhood to be like can be compromised by this mood disorder. Most health professionals estimate that between 15 and 20 percent of mothers who have recently given birth will be affected by postpartum depression at some point in time in their life (Thompson & Fox, 2010). Research also suggests that 700,000 new moms develop postpartum depression on a yearly
R/s right now Mr. Schubert is under observation status. R/s the hospital has to a complete a therapy evaluation on Mr. Schubert. Mr. Schubert is alert and oriented and sated that his daughter, Samantha is the one that said Mrs. Schubert is unable to care for him. ALLEGATION R/s on 12/20/2015, Ernest Schubert was sent by ambulance to the hospital with a note attached saying his wife, Donna Schubert is unable to care for him at home. R/s on 12/21/2015, Mr. Schubert was admitted for pain in his knees and swollen feet.
‘June’, an 18-year-old girl, was referred to the centre by children services on turning 18. June presented in a state of acute anxiety, depression, stating that she was concerned she might accidentally kill herself when she hurt herself. June had been hospitalized before on numerous occasions after cutting herself with a razor. During her hospitalization, she experienced unexpected cardiac problems, which was as a result of an eating disorder. She has been diagnosed with Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD).
The child ran into the room of her brother, age 10 and grabbed him by his private parts and squeezed exclaiming repeatedly "I 'm squishing your nuts." When asked regarding her behavior, the child responded saying she was playing "doctor" the same way at her child care. The grandmother discussed the situation with the child 's teacher (name not provided) who stated "they were just playing doctor" with another girl. According to the teacher, she discussed the issue with the other child 's parents and the matter was handled. The grandmother requested to view videos due to the facility being equipped with camera; however, she was informed the cameras did not work.
D-The patient arrived on time for her session and informed this writer that she has decided to remain with the clinic as she learned on her own that no detox facility will accept her because she is testing negative and currently on methadone. The patient further mentioned that she is questioning as to whether or not her sister and her mother would help her as they said they would; however, the patient had a moment and looked back when her family did not help her as she struggled with her children. Furthermore, the patient reports, her sister did not give her the $80.00 for her rent. The patient reports that she had asked some guy for assistance. This writer addressed with the patient about her employment status and money management.
Incarcerated women have also shown a strong link between childhood abuse and adult mental health problems. A 2006 study supported the notion that greater exposure to childhood adverse situations were associated with behavioral problems as well as mental health problems (Daniel, 2007). Incarcerated women have a higher incidence of mental health disorders than the general population. For example, 12 percent of females in the general population have symptoms of a mental health disorder compared to 73 percent of females in state prison, 61 percent in federal prisons, and 75 percent in local jails (Daniel, 2007). Most incarcerated women do not receive treatment or assistance for these problems and are unlikely to meet goals of mental stability without the help of prison resources.
This August at the age of seven, beautiful Hannah was surrendered to Caring About The Strays by her family after they had a baby. Heartbroken and depressed, she spent her first few days hiding, crying, and not eating. Due to the circumstances we made sure she received extra care, love and attention. Despite our efforts, she grew weak and seemed to have just given up. After all attempts were exhausted, she was taken to the animal hospital and it was confirmed that her liver enzymes were dangerously high; Hannah was going into liver failure.
Immediately my mom calls 911 and sends them to the high school to take my brother to the hospital. They had taken Ben to Good Sams’ in Puyallup. When Ben reached the hospital, they had pulled him straight to the back knowing his situation and did X- Rays on his head. My mom reached the hospital trying to figure out where Ben was, what room he was in and what was going to happen. When my mom was finally able to speak to a doctor
The children in this from suffered from mood swings, and anxiety that their dad might come back for their mom. These children while healing were still suffering from the events of the domestic violence they witnessed years ago. As the mom described, her children went from happy and confident one day to sad the next. As the daughter, Chelsea mentioned,
Lupus is the fourth leading cause in disability for women. 38% of Lupus patient has been forced to stop working due to health complications from this disease. Patients spend roughly about $6,000 in treatments alone. It is unfortunate that this disease has taken a backseat when it comes to research priorities. Hopefully as time goes by, the attention towards gaining investment will increase before more of the population has to go through this disease that makes it unbearable for an individual to live their
Postpartum psychiatric illness is typically divided into three categories. Postpartum blues which appears in 50 to 85% of women after child birth. Postpartum depression is a mild stage of psychosis and appears in about 15% of mothers. Finally postpartum psychosis, which is the most severe form of postpartum psychiatric illness. According to Postpartum Support International, “Postpartum Psychosis is a rare illness, compared to the rates of postpartum depression or anxiety.