My mother, Wina Bailey, is a hard working woman who is very successful in life. She not only has a satisfying job, but she is also able to care for her family. When Wina graduated high school, she wasn’t able to achieve her college degree right away because of her family struggles. However, when she was 36 years old, Her best friend inspired her to go back to college because even though it took her friend years to achieve a masters degree, yet she persevered and that gave my mom strength mentally in which she was able to say “ I can do that too”. She decided to attend University of Phoenix’s online classes in extent to care for a family of 4 and juggle working full time.
Would you volunteer for this organization again? Why or why not? Of course, I will. Moreover, I have plans to persuade my sister, some of my friends and people who take an interest in volunteerism and social development. The Hub Childline Foundations gave me lots of good experience and good memories even though there are many facing problems come to me sometimes, but that makes me learn to resolve riddle and grow up because in daily life of mine didn’t happen that much.
I am thankful for my experience as an STNA and Restorative Aide at Darby Glenn in addition to my time at UD. Each has inspired my love for nursing and has influenced me to set new personal and professional goals. I ask for your consideration for admission into your program, which will facilitate my goal of becoming an Adult Gerontology Primary Care or Family Nurse Practitioner. I look forward to not only embarking on this new journey but also joining my mother and brother as a Buckeye
Within the poem, Flemings goal is to inspire others to be their own self even if others do not approve. Lastly, Fleming mentions "And how much more kindness/ And love I can show/ Before the Lord tells me/ It 's my time to go". By incorporating this, she conveys that she is going to keep doing what she loves and helping people until the day she dies. Fleming brings forth her meaning to life as her love to her job and helping others. Throughout "The True Meaning of Life", Patricia A. Fleming uses her life experiences to help others with their struggles, focus and view points, and purpose in life.
Not being with my family for a couple of months or even a couple of weeks would be hard. Getting home sick would be my biggest concern because I 'm used to being surrounded by many familiar faces and without those familiar faces I would get lonely, though, it would allow me to grow and become independent. Experiencing cultural shock, even when you return home is also very common. Once you become used to a foreign environment, your home might actually seem foreign to you. Another concern I had was how I would pay for the program cost, but after learning about the scholarships offered I feel it wouldn 't be much of a problem.
It is everyone’s job to accomplish his or her purpose in life. Soon enough they will know and want to conquer it. I believe my purpose in life is to help others and make the world a better place. I know that this is my purpose because I have wanted to do this since I was a child. It is to be a pediatric nurse.
A leader uses reward and punishment to get workers to perform their duties. Although nurses are self motivated, they still require affective leadership to function at their best. A nurse leader is charismatic and energetic. It possess that power which he can delegate to appropriate persons as at when due, the nurses leader is passionate about his or her career and possess that ability to influence fellow nurses to deliver high quality nursing care. They are always available to teach the junior nurses and counsel whom necessary, the nurse leader is a mentor, a critical thinker, creative, problem solver, a change agent, a role model, a communicator and a decision maker.
Building a culture of integrity will build a generation of nurses that have pride in doing the right thing and providing the best care that they can to their patients. It will create a generation of nursing students that put the care of the patient above their own selfish needs, and this starts with people that believe in following a code of honor. What is being done to deter cheating in nursing education? John Hopkins University School of Nursing (along with most other nursing programs) follow an Honor Code that is based on core values. Students that attend this nursing program are supposed to act in a way that upholds the values of this code.
In college you have more freedom when choosing classes, so you can learn more about things that interest you. In college the students pay an outrageous amount of money to take the classes so they are more invested. Students who are attending on scholarships have to maintain a certain GPA therefore they have something to lose if they don’t pay attention. My goal for college is to study pre-medicine at University of Nebraska Lincoln. I have decided to go to University of Nebraska Lincoln because it’s still close to home but I still have enough room to grow up and figure out who I am without relying on my family for everything.
There is a plethora of scholarships that greatly reward education. Being awarded the Alcorn Achieve scholarship has tremendously help cut down the cost of going to college, while saving my family some money for my other siblings to advance their education. I love being able to further my education so that one day I’ll be able to use my talents to avoid poverty. It is the key to a locked door, just waiting to be discovered. One day, I want to reflect on my younger years and know that I am responsible for something that was done to give me a great start in life.
Occupational therapy saved my family. Growing up with a sister with severe spastic cerebral palsy to include both cognitive and functional deficits, life existed on a day to day, hour by hour basis, as we were unsure of challenges each moment would bring. This all changed the moment occupational therapy brought quality of life back to me and my family. My very personal experience defined my purpose to become an occupational therapist, to pay the gift given my family forward. As an occupational therapist I would like to help individuals who are differently abled gain quality of life and independence by improving upon both mental and physical challenges to function as a whole person, as this is what I understand the role of the occupational therapist from both personal and observational experience to be.
For example, I took care of that lady when she was hospice and the family would always see me attending to there love one, and then when I was finished they would say thank you. However, what really got to me was that they said there family has high regards and respect for you cause you show a lot a dedication to making sure they feel normal as possible and not just a person who is forgotten. This is what a reward would feel like according to one of my interviews from Lucy Denz who I work with. She said when the family sees you as not a worker but a family friend is the most important thing in your work life as a CNA cause you were able to break a wall the family had up for fear and protection cause they don’t know you well enough at first. Then, as time goes on they see your compassion and dedication to the patience and that you never forget about them even if you’re super busy you always remember them and say your sorry and then start a lovely conversation and encouraging them to do there Activities of daily living.
Nurses have the ability to turn what can be a frightening experience in a hospital or doctor’s office into a mild or even enjoyable time. More than that, nurses are healers, problem solvers, and compassionate companions. For these reasons and many more, I strive to be a Professional Registered Nurse. When nurses explain why they chose this profession, many respond, “to help people” or “to make a difference.” Although these explanations are selfless and inspiring, my answer is somewhat different. I aim to be a nurse for the lifelong learning experiences that will allow me to grow and develop each day.