When working with children and young people, it is important that their safety and well-being is paramount. There are a number of guidelines, policies and procedures which cover the safeguarding of pupils, including;
Patient is a 51 year old Caucasian female living alone in her own home. The patient has a history and current syntoms of geralized anxity disorder, social phoina and panic attacks, which she takes madications for and sees a psychrist 2-3 times per month in Havasu. Patinets lives with six cats and the house environment is somewhat cluttered. The patinet is orinally from Glendale, CA., has a brother in Palmdale, CA, who is stays in contact with sometimes. Pt has a daughter in Big River, who is not supportive of her, but has three grandchildren who visit her. Pt does have a car and drivers licence, but chooses not to drive because she afarid she will have a panic attack. Patinet stated she has always been this anxious..all started when her
I am employed as an on-going social worker by the MA Department of Children and Families (DCF). DCF is a child protection agency, which is responsible for protecting children from abuse and neglect and strengthening families. The Department has offices throughout the Commonwealth; I am located at the New Bedford area office. As an on-going social worker I am assigned families after a report of abuse or neglect has been reported, investigated and supported. It is the on-going social worker’s responsibility to provide professional child welfare social work services, through home visits, to the family. This is done by assessing the family’s strengths and needs, developing
The past decades have seen rapid developments in the Local Authorities. Consequently, In the UK they have a responsibility to give accommodation to 'look after ' children who cannot live with their parents for many reasons. For example, socio-cultural reasons like abuse (domestic violence) and neglect (substance abuse). This may be for a short period of time or until they are an adult. It stands a challenge for professionals and a commitment is required when planning to meet positive outcomes for the child.
Partnership working means that, all agencies and professionals work together to safeguard children. Each professional or agency will have a different role to play but each of them is all as important.
safeguarding and welfare requirement for the EYFS this includes and entails, this gives details of the guidance available to childcare providers, this guidance is given to ensure that all children have their needs met to a high standard. this includes,; child protection and what we can do to protect the children in the care , suitable people includes those deemed appropriate to work with children by the requirements., staff qualifications what qualifications are needed to work with children , training what training staff need to help improve the standards of care and what support and training are available, key persons and what their responsibilities are to best help the Childs development , staff; child ratios and what the ratios are appropriate
Even with our medical advances, the United States ranks 29th because of lack of health care for some individuals but also the lifestyle Americans have. Another reason is that class statuses correspond with our health outcomes. What I meant about this, is that lower and middle class individuals are exposed to more health threats than higher class. This is the connections between healthy bodies and healthy bank accounts and race/ethnicity. Higher class individuals live in better neighborhoods which have a higher life expectancy.
When working within the care sector it is vital that services provide a reasonable quality of care to the individuals who require support, and to ensure that this is the case services have various policies, procedures, individuals and staff teams that must collaborate together in order produce a high quality of care and maintain it with the ability to evidence as to exactly how this is established and to whom is accountable.
The rational for using these observations retrospectively is to make sense of the whole person Amy’s life history, looking over her notes, why had she not engaged historically? Why the resistance? I wanted to understand how and why this was happening not just respond to the immediate crisis, rehouse and decontaminate her home for the behavioural pattern to be repeated. This method allowed me to explore theories of human growth and development and evaluate them with criticality (Monette et. 2014).
Having the knowledge of FLC gives me a foundation for understanding what typical issues stand out in each season of one's life. This helps me to pay special or extra attention to an individual's progress or stagnation in the area, how that presents symptoms in the client, and how it may impact their later growth or progression.
Rose and the social worker need to address biological factors in her situation in order to have success in her case. The most important goal is to manage her health, more specifically her asthma. Rose’s father and social worker must work with Rose in order to make sure her asthma gets better than what it currently is. The objective would be to link the father and daughter, if needed, to physicians, transportation, insurance resources, and develop medication compliance, and help manage healthy eating habits. This will minimize the possible occurrence of fatality and emergency room occurrence due to medical complications. Despite her risk factor of medical complications, she has a great protective which is her intellectual ability, she is a smart, resilient, bright, creative, and does well overall. Combining those imperative skills and characteristics she will do great with assistance of creating a medical plan to make sure she stays healthy.
An ethical dilemma happens when two or more ethical principles conflict with one another. Ethical dilemmas are problematic situations in which it is not clear which choice will be the right one. The CP is stuck as to what to do next because there is not just one outcome that will satisfy the ethical principles as stated in the Singapore Association of Social Workers (SASW) Code of Ethics (Kirst-Ashman & Hull, 2012).
In this assignment, I will be explaining about three experiences and with a brief description of how I plan to integrate each with my overall themes. I will be thinking in terms of my core values, of why do I think those experiences strike a chord with me. What about these experiences makes you want to hold onto the lessons you have learned through them and take them with you into life? My thesis is through doing a 450-hour senior level practicum at Noah’s Ark and building relationships with others in Uganda, I have begun to solidify what I am most passionate about in Social Work: advocating for vulnerable children.
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