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 …show more content…
Pt 's husband was in change of the finances and once he passed, she no idea how to balance her incomes and become too stressful for her. Patinet said her neihbors assist her with transportation to the store and MD appointments, however she has to pay them $100 a week. Patient stated she needs assistance with house chores, transportation and cooking meals. MSW connected local private caregiver, Donna and left message regarding pt 's needs for assistance within the home. MSW connected IHSS of San Berdentio county and spoke to an representive regarding a referral for caregivering assistance for Pt. The representive stated a packet of paperwork with mailed to patinet in 2-3 weeks to be completed and mailed back within the deadline date. They stated a social worker for IHSS will contact patient to schedule an evaltation appointment with patient. Patient understood the MSW instructions about looking out for the packet and contact MSW if futher assistance is needed. Patinet had other concerns about hearing from Medicare regarding not receving the completed Medicare Coverage Re-determination packet, which was due by 09/01/15. Patient stated she never received the packet through the mail. MSW connected Medicare, but was on hold for 40 mins and unable to get through at
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CG stated she will inform MSW once Darel contacts her and report the status of HEAP setting up an appointment. CG assist with meals, landry, transportation to get food and MD appointments. She states she also assists with his bills if needed. CG makes it very clear that she wants the Pt remain in the home and NOT sent to a nursing home! MSW educated CG about the importance of the patients safety within his home.
Tov and his mother completed the VIDES. He met one category therefore doesn 't met functional eligibility. Intake Support Coordinator explained this to his mother and she understood. RBHA was notified and the Supervisor Ms. M.Puckette removed Tov from the DD waitlist and mailed the family the Appeal Letter.
Dr. Keith requested a mental health evaluation on a Mr. Alewine. He is a 28 year old male who presented to the ED via EMS for chest pains, suicidal ideation, and symptoms of psychosis. Mr. Alewine reported arriving in Siler City from Tennessee after a 16 hour bus trip. He reports after his 16 hour trip, he went to a mechanic shop to call 911 for chest pain and suicidal ideation without a plan after stressing about having a place to stake for a few days. Per documentation Mr. Alewine was asked about current chest pain on a scale of 1 to 10, he reports a 1.
On 9/28/2015client met with Dr. Shuster and she was diagnosed with: Axis 1: Post traumatic stress disorder; 309.81 (primary), symptoms regarding the traumatic event in Columbia. 2. Mild neurocognitive disorder 331.83, rule out in light of the reportedly forgetting appointment, and being unable to recall any of 3 objects, needs neurocognitive testing to rule. No medication was prescribed and in the event that the client agrees to see a therapist Dr. Shuster will issue a referral, and if client memory becomes more of an issue client should be re-assessed for safety.
IN THE HEALTH CARE ALTERNATIVE RESOLUTION OFFICE OF FLORIDA NORTHCHASE NORTH PARCEL 45 COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, Claimant, -vs- LINDSEY RICHMOND, SPTC 480 Central Region Road Suit B-3 Fort Myers, FL 32666 Defendant Healthcare Provider __________________________________ FACTS 1. The claimant is a resident of the State of Florida and all services were given to her by the Defendant in the State of Florida. 2. The Defendant is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor that is licensed by the State of Florida and regularly continue engaging in the practice of psychotherapy. Defendant sustains her principle office at 480 Central Region Road, Suite B-3, Fort Myers, Florida 32666.
Task 3 Preparation I will explain on how my chosen service is designed to meet the health needs, developmental needs and social care needs for my chosen client group. How will Carters Green Medical Centre meet the needs of my client group (children) with their health and growing up as well as socialising skills? I will briefly explain the role of informal carers supporting my chosen client Evaluate the impact this could have on that child’s life. So how would the role of the extended family support my client group (children). I will use a secondary research of data from textbooks to research about informal carers.
1. 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.
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Her symptoms presented when Client A’s father started a new job and when she transferred into a new school (precipitant). Client A admits to feeling anxious, angry and frustrated when she is being ignored and misunderstood. She firmly believes everyone in her life should listen, believe and try to understand her. When others do not abide by her decisions or value her thoughts and emotions, she feels abandoned and that no one cares for her (maladaptive cognition). In response to her thoughts/emotions, Client A reacts with angry outbursts and becomes defensive, defiant and disrespectful towards others along with efforts to controlling them as well (maladaptive behavior).
First of all, I had the opportunity to interview Kim Bartells who’s a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) in Michealsen Health Center and learn more about her role as a social work. Before I started interviewing Kim, I asked her if it was alright with her if I recorded the conversation and she said it was fine with it. I started the interview with asking what type of population Michealsen Health Center serves and she told me it was mostly elderly people. Kim works in a “Microlevel intervention involves working with individuals--- separately, in families, or in small groups---to facilitate change in individual behavior or in relationship” (DuBois and Miley 69). This types of individuals she is working with are elderly residents “who utilize long-term care experience a combination of physical or cognitive limitation that require some level of assistance in activities of daily living” (DuBois and Miley 314-315) and their families as well.
Given my range of experience and unique inside knowledge of the local market, I feel that a partnership between us will result in increased professional referrals to help with your expansion throughout Riverside/Southwest Riverside County even into North San Diego County if desired. I am enthusiastic about the prospect of joining your team and thrilled to assist even more families and Veterans realize the hard-earned Veteran's benefit they may qualify for. By also educating them and other senior professionals what it would do to bring their residents, clients and families peace of mind of having their affairs in order, a trust prepared and advisement of Medi-Cal Planning issues that are so overwhelming and complex for most of us to understand
According to Razack & Badwall (2006) there are number of factors to integrate social work professionals and students to practice in North American regions. In this field the social work practice and education need some changes from its long established awareness base to internationally accepted patterns. In this context “the impact of globalization and internationalization in social work education and changes in North American regions is very relevant “ In this essay ,” Regional Perspectives…from North America “ Narda Razack & Harjeet Badwall (2006) try to emphasizes on significant challenges that common in North American region in the field of social work. The first and most important concept is globalization and internationalization
Portfolio Part B: Reflection on the overall learning within the module Prior to starting this course the MA Social Work course and the PPSWP module I felt very confident in the aspects of communicating effectively and working with a diverse range of people, and after the reading the professional capabilities framework I believe that I hold the same personal values which is expected of a social worker. The PCF6 talks about the importance of critical reflection and reflective practice explaining that it helps improve accountability, professional development and helps to you understand your own tacit knowledge and gain new knowledge, which improves outcomes and experiences for social workers. (Capabilities within the PCF, 2016) For this reflection
Money is an important aspect of everyday life. Without money, we would not be able to meet our basic needs of food, shelter, and clothing. Another important factor of money is its ability to provide us with a sense of safety, security, quality of life, goals, and aspirations (Klontz, Britt, & Archuleta, 2015). Based on my knowledge and understanding of financial social work thus far, it can be defined as helping individuals overcome money issues, particularly, those that lead to poor money management. Poor money management includes overspending and missed credit card payments, partner and family conflict, gambling disorders, bankruptcy and legal issues, and even substance use/abuse issues (Hill, 2016).