The victim said, when her mother screams and yells at her, the dog barks. The victim said her mother and sister are mean to her everyday. Mrs. McAllister said that her parents have not filed for Brianna’s SSI. Melissa is on bed rest and she’s coming off of her
R/s Vickie stated she found her mother in feces and her father locked her out of the home. ALLEGATIONS: R/s Phyllis Fisher is in a wheelchair and has hypertension, weakness, COPD, O2 Dependent, anemia, and a history of alcohol abuse. R/s Mrs. Fisher lives with her husband, but he can’t take care of her. R/s Mrs. Fisher has been found in her feces.
Davis said that approximately three years ago Mr. Davis suffered a stroke and lost use of a good portion of the left side of his body. Mrs. Davis said that Mr. Davis' condition has been deteriorating and last week Mr. Davis had an appendectomy complicating Mr. Davis' condition. Mrs. Davis said this morning Mr. Davis began complaining he was constipated. Mrs. Davis said she helped Mr. Davis to the restroom where he spent approximately 20 minutes and she then helped him back to the bed. Mrs. Davis said Mr. Davis told her at this time that he "could not take this anymore" possibly referring to his physical condition.
3. As the story reaches a close, the descriptions of the wallpaper in the narrator 's bedroom become less realistic and start to mirror the narrator 's deteriorating mental state. The yellow color of the wallpaper isn 't as concerning to the narrator as the "yellow smell" (203) and the "many women behind" (203) it. She believes that the wallpaper "strangles them off" (203) so that the women can 't escape. In reality, the only woman the wallpaper is trapping is the narrator.
Sherri had been struggling with morning sickness and thought that she should try taking medicine. She watched her husband that had just gotten back Europe place the medicine all the way on the top cubboard. Regardless of what drug was inside, if I saw someone put something out of reach I think I would be pretty hesitatent to just grab it right away when I did not feel well. Once she realized what she took, Sherri called her doctor and told him what happened. His solution was, “‘If you were my wife, I’d give you the same advice,” the doctor told her.
R/s there is a hole in the celling and the floors are bucking up. R/s Chrishonna, Keausha and Adrianna don’t have a bed, they sometimes sleep on the floor and chair. R/s Kenidre sleeps in the bed with his uncle Anthony and Lavette sleeps in the bed with her mother, Carrie. R/s Lavette verbal abusive to child. R/s Chrishonna doesn’t want to go back home.
When the child told the adult neighbor what happened, she called Mrs. Bryant; Mrs. Bryant told the neighbor she didn’t have time for that and hung the phone up. The reporter stated Lakirah called her grand father and he came to pick her up. Ms. Cullop stated that Lakirah stayed with her grandfather for the night and when her mother got off this morning she went to pick the child up. The reporter stated when the child and her mother got home, Mrs. Bryant whipped her with the same strap and Mr. Bryant, punched her down stairs, and threw a metal trash can at her. Ms. Cullop stated law enforcement was called to the school to take the child’s statement and they have also taken pictures of Lakirah’s bruises.
“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, raises many questions from readers and makes us think about what has really caused the narrator to become insane in her story. Due to her husband’s controlling nature as a physician, there have been many moments where he treats her like a child that should be kept away from the outside world, which eventually drove her to insanity. She says, “dear John! He loves me very dearly, and hates to have me sick. I tried to have a real earnest reasonable talk with him the other day, and tell him how I wish he would let me go and make a visit to Cousin Henry and Julia.
R/s Sandra told Anna she was going to call DSS and said Anna couldn’t come back home. R/s Anna recently moved back with her mother due to having multiple surgeries on her mouth. R/s Anna is afraid she doesn’t have anywhere to go this evening. R/s Anna also reported that one her mother mushed her in the head.
In addition to this it talks about how some patients have remained without a bath or shower for two to three days. And because of this the patients have felt distress and in some cases they have even suffered from skin conditions because of it. This is an example that neglect is going on and it will need to be recognised and reported in order for it to stop happening and to stop the patient’s conditions to get worse then they already
Growing up as a young black African-American girl in the rural south, Atlanta Georgia to be exact was not just southern peaches and cream, but more everyday trials and tribulations that built character. Marie Linnette Scott, born on 09/21/1930 at a healthy seven pounds, 2 ounces to the late Fannie Brown and Fredrick Brown. She was the second daughter of the family and the last child. Marie was the baby in the family and brought so much joy to her family. Having a father as a farmer and a mother as a housewife taught Marie to work hard and always keep up on household duties. On April 13th, 2016 I had the pleasure to interview Marie Linette Scott and the information I received during my interview I will cherish and always remember.
As the assessment begins for Mrs. Adams there are many things that need to be addressed. Educating the patient on active participation in her healing will be of extreme importance. The interventions are only as good as the patient’s willingness to comply. We would need to begin with gaining control of the cleanliness of the apartment and that of Mrs. Adams. Opening the windows and allowing the sunlight to enter is important along with attempts at fixing the air conditioner.
Enclosed to the four wall of this “big” room, the narrator says “the paint and paper look as if a boy’s school had used it” because “it is stripped off” indicating that males have attempted to distort women’s truth but somehow did not accomplish distorting the entire truth (Perkins Gilman, 43). When the narrator finally looked at the wall and the paint and paper on it, she was disgusted at the sight. The yellow wallpaper, she penned, secretly against the will of men, committed artistic sin and had lame uncertain curves that suddenly committed suicide when you followed them for a little distance. The narrator is forced to express her discomfort with the image to her husband, he sees it as an “excited fancy” that is provoked by the “imaginative power and habit of story making” by “a nervous weakness” like hers (Perkins Gilman, 46). Essentially, he believes that her sickness is worsening and the depth of her disease is the cause of the unexpected paranoia.