The aide did her job, addressed a possible issue to her administrator, and followed rules set by that administrator. Herman suffered the most. He was lonely, sad, and felt unsafe. He was a war veteran and an elderly man. Although not positive, he could have had PTSD and depression, which could have been evaluated and assessed if it had been acted upon.
Mr. Alewine has been informed being untruthful about wanting to manipulate the system is wrong and resources are shelters in the community to aid with with his stressors. He expresses knowledge of knowing what he has done. Mr. Alewine does not appear to be exhibiting signs of agitation, aggression, or responding to internal
The disease model of addition is the foundation of Narcotics Anonymous. The disease model posits that the addict has an incurable disease much like diabetes or an allergy; thus, exposure to a substance is viewed as the primary cause of psychological addiction (Narcotics Anonymous, 1983; Jenkins, 2016). N.A. is identified with the spiritual model of treatment (Jenkins & Finner-Williams, 2016). The spiritual model of therapy views addiction as a disease to which persons are defenseless without a “higher-power.” In this view, treatment focuses on the resignation of self, and instead, instruction from a higher power and a spiritual awakening toward recovery (Jenkins & Finner-Williams, 2016).
Jessica Smith is a 32 year old Caucasian white female with black hair and hazel brown eyes, Client is 5’8 inches tall and weighs about 160lbs. Ms. Smith is employed as an administrative assistant at a local human service program. She currently resides in Norfolk, Virginia with her daughter. She lives with her 11-year old daughter, Crystal in an apartment near her job. Jessica married her child’s father when she was 20 years old, but divorced him when he became physically and sexually abusive towards her. Jessica had a lot of gynecological problems during her 20s resulting in a hysterectomy at age 27. This type of problems happen when an individual is either physically or sexually abused. When asked client if she was sexually abused, but she
On 11/4/15 Ms. Brittany Terry and her daughter Lundyn met with CM for an ILP. CM introduce herself as the client temporary CM assigned to her case. Housing: Client 's exit strategy is to move by 2/18/16. Client must maintain employment and submit pay stubs weekly .Client is expected to comply with savings and have saved enough for one month 's rent and security by 12/18/16, Client is to seek for housing and obtain housing by 1/18/16.Client was reminded she must meet with her Housing Specialist Mr. Brown on a bi-weekly basis, comply with all housing requirements and explore all available housing options. Social Service: Client must meet bi-weekly with Case Manager for ILP Review appointments.
Paula is a 43-year-old HIV-positive Latina lady initially from Colombia. Aside from confronting the disgrace of her HIV status and a bipolar issue, she is a divorced person who loses custody of her child’s (Plummer, Makris, Brocksen, 2014). She is accordingly inclined to psychological and emotional distress (Plummer et al., 2014). The Physician who is treating Paula with her may physical ailment ended up baffled with her because she utilizing all-encompassing medication instead endorsed prescription (Plummer et al., 2014).
Nurses in Complex Continuing Care Encountering Ethical Dilemmas of Autonomy and Wellbeing When Patient with Dementia Wants to go Home Bhakti Amin Student # A0622083 Professor S. Cairns NURS 2047 23 March 2018 Introduction Dementia continues to grow as a condition diagnosed among elderly females, researchers have hypothesized that this is due to longer female life expectancy (Podcasy & Epperson, 2016). Allowing a client with dementia to stay in their own can have several benefits such as joy, comfort, socially connected, maintain identity, and have meaning in life; however, in many cases, clients with dementia require complex continuous care (CCC) to support their health and wellness needs and the needs of their family (Lilly
Later in the interview she reported that she had been experiencing fear and anxiety that the worst could happen to her. Ms. NS elaborated on the response that there would be always a possibility that unthinkable events could happen, especially after she had already encounter events like losing her home, getting kicked out from her Godmother’s house, and losing her grandmother and friend around the same time.
Medication issue: 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.
Mr. Chapman appears apprehensive and his agitation amplifies. Mr. Chapman express that he has already told the nurse and others what he needs multiple times and request that I review his chart, which stated that he has lower back and chronic pain. He stated
I agree. In some cases, knowing that you have a mutation and will be affected with the disease could be very emotional for an individual. One never knows how they will respond to the result and pretesting counseling may not fully prepare the individual for the result. One question that has been raised is should genetic counseling be allowed for diseases that are not treatable? It is thought that if an individual knows they will develop a condition that has no treatment it could cause psychological harm, stigmatization, and possible discrimination. Do we want to take this right away simple because there is no treatment? Family and career planning may be the motivation behind an individual’s decision to be tested. It is the individual choice
Panic hit my parents. It 's senior year, I just got accepted into UW Tacoma and they see the tuition fees. They were already in shock when they had seen my Application Fee was 70 dollars. Since we are residents of Washington my tuition fee is even higher; being about 5 thousand dollars more; the estimated tuition fees for nonresidents costs $34,791, not even counting the cost of living and supplies. The estimated costs to live on campus is $11,962 per year, which still doesn 't count the costs of food; which the estimated cost of food per year is $512 but, that is just for a meal card for their cafeteria not even counting outside expenses. For the average of most college students spend per year on miscellaneous items is $2,265; but for