I will also provide them with documentation that explains more information about her condition and effective ways of treatment. I don’t think the siblings are being abused. Sarah is doing things in reaction to her condition and I think the siblings understand that. The siblings also stated that they wish her to stay in the home. Family taking care of family is something that most families just have to do.
My intent is to not persuade them to see the situation my way, however, I would want them to understand the principle behind self-feeding. Self- feeding is more than building independence in the child, which still is very important, however self-feeding also helps the child with their hand-eye coordination and fine motor development. As I gather my information, I would consult with my director and other professionals to get their feedback about this type of situation. Once I collected my research I would then arrange to share in some way with the family through a newsletter or hand-outs, email, even a parent board that other parents could see the information as well. My number one priority with this type of interaction with the family is to not embarrass them or treat them like they are not being practical but to show them support.
A client must be able to trust that the personal information he or she shares with me will not be revealed to other people. A counselor must explain the benefits and problems inherent in counseling services and clarify the limits of confidentiality to the client. As a social worker I would do the following to maintain confidentiality in thi case: 1. I would provide informed consesnt in the sense that I must explain the benefits and risks of counselling. I would request permission to record counselling sessions in writing, with a video or recorder.
As a parent their duty is to be a role model for the child show the child the correct and mental stability that it is in. Becoming a role model means helping and showing guidance and support towards the child. Coming into a new home the child might have trust issues, might be shy, a little rude, scared. Depending on what has happened to the child in the past everyone has a different background story but don’t pressure the child to open up he/she will adapt differently towards other. People can’t one day wake up and think “ I want to become a foster/adoptive parent today”.
Holding a child back from who they are just because you want them to be something different will also separate you two and can affect their future happiness greatly. In the end, new parents should try their best to not be too strict with their children and need to let their child express themselves. In conclusion, my parents were a mix of authoritative and permissive with me and my three older siblings. Their mixture of parenting styles had both positive and negative influences on my behavior as child. However, I hope I am the same way with my children as my parents were with me.
Some time talking or taking away their cell phone might not always be that effective. A good explanation is quote by Ruben Navarrette the author of “Spanking isn’t child abuse” which states “in disciplining children, parents should do everything as kindly and gently as they can first. They should try to understand a child, make sure the child
I will listen to my patients to find out what the voices are telling them. I will not argue with the patient because I do not hear what he/ she hears, but I will rather point out the reality that no one else can hear the voices to help distract them from the distressing voices. I will also work with them to find ways to help them cope with the voices. Some of the recommended techniques that were mentioned by the teachers during this experience include listening to music, being among friends and loved once, involving the patient in interactive activities and most importantly decreasing any stresses in the milieu. The teachers also mentioned that, patient will complain of the voices coming back when they are stressed out by either family or health issues.
If I were to ignore this core value of respect, I would not be a good role model for my pupils. They might think that since I do not value respect, it would also be 'okay' for them to do so, and thus it might result in them behaving badly and disrespecting their classmates, their teachers, and even their family members. Respect is the foundation of a good and trusting relationship, and since I want my pupils and their parents to trust me, I should treat them with respect for them to learn that it is a valuable moral necessary for good
Participants may include the family members who understand what happened in the family and what needs to change, and professionals with expertise to share and are working with the family such as therapists or probation/parole officers. The group may also invite other key members of the extended family or community such as a school counselor, religious leader, or childcare provider in a position to encourage and monitor the family’s safety plan who are fully aware of what happened. After the group has been created, they will need to clarify each person’s role to ensure the family’s success. For family reunification, success means that no more sexual harm is caused by any member of the family and no one is sexually harmed by any member of the family. Everyone is critical because each member of the group has access to different information and may have more or less authority.
Being hard on them may cause a strain in the relationship of us and the client, but we would always think of their best interests over anything. To me, social workers have the task to befriend the client and their family in order to build a good rapport, but that shouldn’t distract us from getting to the bottom of helping client with the issue(s) that they may be struggling with. To me, what ultimately matters to a social worker is the client’s well-being – if they really don’t want something even if we emphasized on the benefits of it, we should not force the solution down the client’s
As a social worker it is Evita’s responsibility to always practice honesty and to not be associated with any dishonesty. It is also Envita’s responsibility to ensure that parents are doing their jobs and the children are safe within their current situation. Even if Evita may assume that reporting this information to the physician will do little good, it is still what is right especially when referring back to the Social work code of ethics. Evita has agreed to act in a certain professional standard as a social worker and she is not following these standards if she chooses to not be honest about the information regarding this situation. If Evita in fact recognizes that Eric has died from a different cause then SIDS, it is wrong for Evita to not go ahead and report this knowledge to the physician.
My opinion is that yes it is ok for parents to spy on their child, to make sure that they are not doing anything they are not suppose to do and making sure they are safe. First, it is a parent’s job to be aware of everything that their child is doing online or when their parent’s are not around. For example, “I don’t call it spying, I call it parenting.” I also think it’s a parent’s
In Pappas 's article, she gives suggestions on how to handle bullying as a parent. I believe that this is just a band-aid. The suggestions she gives won 't fix the problem. Pappas states that if a child is more social it will prevent bullying. She supports her solutions by giving supporting sources.
In this scenario, Amir would need to understand Michael’s relationship with his parents, since they are his support system. It includes asking open-ended questions, being present and respectful, actively listening, being non-judgmental, and truthful (Pollard, 2015). Since Michael has stated he would like to know the results of his tests, but he does not want to incur familial dysfunction, Amir should further investigate the reasons behind his insecurities. There should be open-honest communication between the patient and nurse, as well as family members. If Amir withholds information from either side, it will be damaging for the relationship between nurse-patient, patient-family, and nurse-family (College of Nurses of Ontario, 2009).
Making sure a person is safe should be everyone 's number one priority. Even though people go to therapists because they want someone to talk to who won 't judge them or divulge their secrets, divulging information about harming another person does not fall under that category. I agree that it can be very difficult for a therapist to decide when a patient actually intends on following through with the death threats or if the patient is just trying to vent. However, if he or she is a good therapist, then he or she should know their patient well enough to decide whether they are being serious. Not only that, but when a patient begins therapy, their therapist is required to tell them all the things that if they say, the therapist is required by law to tell the police.