This case involved Giselle Hernandez being a danger to herself. Hernandez was transported to the Exodus Urgent Care Center, where she was placed on a WIC 5150 hold.
Would you bash a man with your fist, if he didn’t understand you? And if so would you get the death penalty? That’s exactly what Billy Bud had to face. Everyone agrees that Billy went to court, and some believe that he shouldn’t have obtained the death penalty, while others think he should.
1.1: Describe the physical, psychological, social and emotional changes that an individual may experience as a result of ageing.
On 7/9/15 worker made an unannounced visit to the residence of Ms. Bernice Connell, for the purpose of making first victim contact. Ms. Kayley McKinnon, granddaughter-in-law of Ms. Connell greeted worker at the door and showed worker to Ms. Connell 's room. The room was cluttered but did not present with an odor. Ms. Connell was lying in bed watching TV, she was appropriately dressed with good personal hygiene.
Thompson was badly abused by an unknown member of staff at the care home. Mrs. Thompson was however being neglected by care professionals in which they fail in seeking medical attention for her and also fail in reporting the abuse to her Doctor.
CCIB Intake received the SOC 341 for resident Clothide McCord. Reporting party Tonya Hill Conservator- Deputy Public Guardian 222 W. Brookside Ave., Redlands CA 92373 (909) 798-8500. The reporting party and Public Health Nurse, Sandra Garcia visited Clothide at the facility on 12/13/16. The resident was found barely responsive and dehydrated. The Public Health Nurse called the paramedics and the resident was transported to the hospital. CCIB LPA Lasso-Hills received a phone call from reporting party Kristen Carter with Kaiser on 12/12/16 which resulted in complaint control number
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 reporter stated Lakirahs’ mother told her if she told anyone what happened she would kill her and doesn’t care if she dies anyway; Lakirah is afraid to go home this afternoon after school lets out. The reporter stated that the family has previous history with DHS and after the interview, the child’s parents got her again. Ms. Cullop also expressed concerns for a bruise seen on the child’s neck and looks like someone may have grabbed her but Lakirah told her she ran into a
In June 2016, the Adult Protective Service reported a case of elderly abuse to the Lafayette police after a family called them to report that their mother was a victim of abuse. Julie Steenhoek, a 53 years old, was accused of financial abuse to a woman with health problems. The victim was Lavinia Reno, a 79-year-old woman. The police found that Julie was living in the house of the victim after she has gained the victim’s trust. Once Julie and her family moved into the house, the family members of the victim noticed that Julie did not allow the victim to communicate with her family or neighbors. The police also discovered that Julie was in the victim’s will and she was trying to sell old woman’s house. The investigators
Karta is a 12 year old African American girl, who has experienced a long history of trauma. She was referred to me by her school social worker Ms. Johnson who reports that she has academic problems, severe inattention, hyperactivity, physical violent tantrums and is disrespectful to her peers and teachers.
My older brother Larry has been in and out of jail since he was 17 years old for hanging out with the wrong crowd. Soon after my brother’s first arrest, my mother lost strength in both her knees and was unable to stand and walk for long periods of time, which made it impossible to work. She developed blood clots in her legs. I was home for spring break during my first year of college when a blood clot in my mother’s leg traveled to her heart and killed her.
The narrative is strikingly familiar. Police are called by concerned friends or family to deal with an out of control male. The callers report that the suspect has been acting in a bizarre fashion for a number of hours and has been destroying furniture in the house. They are worried that he will hurt himself and are insistent that he be brought to the hospital for observation. When the police arrive, they find the partially dressed suspect making unintelligible guttural noises while sweating profusely and complaining that some unknown party is trying to kill him. The police agree that the suspect’s behavior presents a danger to himself and decide to detain him for his own safety. While initially compliant, the suspect unpredictably resists efforts to restrain him and continues to fight with seemingly superhuman strength. Officers continue their attempts to subdue the suspect using an increasing array of less-lethal tools and techniques. Officers attempt to hold the suspect on the ground, who, despite being handcuffed,
Received a report on 10/7/15 stating Ms. McGinnis was not given medication properly and scoring a 0 on MMSE. Son, Michael McGinnis reported he gave her dose of Methadone because she was hurting.
The patient is a 52 year old female who presented to the ED via EMS with bizarre behaviors. Per documentation neighbors found the patient screaming in her house. Per documentation LEO found the patient attempting to drink a closed bottle of alcohol hand sanitizer fluid. Patient presents with disorganized thoughts and irrelevant subject matter when asked questions about behavior upon arrival. Nursing staff was asked about status before the assessment and reports improvements in the patient bizarre behavior.
West End Villa nursing home of the Extendicare chain in Ottawa recently had one of its residents, eighty-nine-year old Luba Ignatieva, sent to the hospital following a detection of maggots in a wound. Following the unsightly discovery by staff at the nursing home, Luba was treated at a hospital, concerning her family and the police. This prompted an investigation further into the case by the elder-abuse unit; however, according to the Ottawa force 's official statement it was regarded as a non-criminal matter.
The victim has MR, he hallucinates, and can be very manipulative. Mr. White was admitted at River Region on 08/25/15 and is currently ready for discharge. Whenever Johnnie is told he 's about to go home, he begins to scream and hollers "no no". Mr. White told hospital staff Mona whips him with an extenstion cord and Lawrence beats him up, chokes him, and hits him in the head; Johnnie was able to demonstrate how he 's beat. Johnnie doesnt have any visible marks or bruises on him and appears to be well taken care of and has been trained to take care of himself properly. Mr. White has told administration the boogie man comes at night but he 's since gotten better. The reporter spoke with Mona about Johnnie 's allegations, she states Johnnie has