During the month of September, I went to register for 12 week courses here at Wright college. I was appointed to one of the advisers named Cynthia Lawrence. I explained to her that this was my first time registering and that I 'd like to study law to get a job being a paralegal. I asked her for guidance on which classes to take she gave me options such as art and religion. I wasn 't sure how that would help me and explained my concerns to her
When that interview was over, I felt as if I had been run over by a train. I was so mentally exhausted from the barrage of questions I could’ve easily just crawled into my car and fallen asleep. I thought I had handled myself well and as I left the room was told that after checking with my references, they would be in contact with me, one way or another, “in a few days.” Unfortunately, those few days took a lot longer than expected.
MHP took the member home once his prescription was filed. The member states he forget to make follow up appointment with the doctor for next month. MHP told the member she will schedule follow up appointment and will let him know the date and time. The member report that he still want to find a senior citizen apartment. MHP told the member that he will be responsible for paying for the first month rent and security deposit.
The week of October 12, 2015, I was challenged with an ethical issue. One of my responsibilities here at NSU-STEP as a social work intern is to administer intake- a process whereby data is collected from potential clients to determine eligibility. Through the process we often ask questions and collect sensitive information such as social security cards, birth certificates, income etc. Confidentiality is essential through this procedure because we are gathering sensitive information from the client. However, because we were very busy one afternoon my coworker
Mrs. Clymer is a 58 year old female who presented to the ED with medical issues, however expressed some suicidal ideation per nursing staff. At the time of the assessment Mrs. Clymer was found asleep. She was awaken by QP calling her name. Mrs. Clymer appear 4Xoriented and willing to cooperate.
Members of the Admissions Committee: Re: Stephanie Marsh Stephanie Marsh has asked me to supply you with a letter of reference in support to her application for admission to the law program. I have worked very closely with Stephanie and as one of her supervisors while she worked Ashford University as an advisor. During our time together I have seen her dedicated manner in which she is able to carry out her work assignments and pursued her academic coursework. Stephanie has demonstrated an eagerness to learn. She is a quick study and has shown the ability to grasp general principles as well as subtle details.
Journal Log # 7 Working as an intern over the past few weeks has been rewarding but also draining. Today, I had the pleasure of meeting with Mr.Colaio at Bronxwood Prepatory Academy. Mr. Colaio observed a counseling session conducted by myself and a bright 10th grade student who has the potential to pass, but unfortunately she is failing. I will briefly discuss the background of the student I met with. This student also has an IEP, and is dealing with serious emotional disturbance.
Today I began my day with participating in the Toddlers classroom, where there was only one child when I arrived. I joined the boy as he played with animal shapes and with blocks. The instructor asked the boy questions. For example, “What animal is that?, Which one of these is blue? or Can you say blue?”.
During my local trip to Cypress Hills library, On February 16, 2016, at 1pm, I entered the library to return some of my overdue books and decided that I would conducted my observation at this located due to the fact that it was extremely packed with parents and their children. I decided that today would be a perfect day to conduct my assignment because all the children were on vacation. The tables were filled of children and their parents. I noticed some of the parents browsing the aisle in the library looking at books. The wait to get on the computer was about 45 minutes and as I looked over to that section three young children were on the computers and three adults sat on the opposite side on the computer as well.
For the color of the babies room I’d go with one soild color all around the room. I would do light colors such as a light purple, light blue, light gray, or a tan color. I wouldn’t have any bright colors because babys need to be able to sleep at any time of day and bright colors would be a distraction. I would have also have minimal bright colors in the room only because when the child is sleeping in the crib I don’t want them to be destracted while trying to sleep. As for toys I would have different shapes and size toys, soft and hard, fuzzy and squshy just to stimulat the babies thinking.