DCF case status: According to the patient, her grandson 's mother has unsupervised visitation with her son as long as it is not overnight visitation. Furthermore, her grandson mother has to follow through with DCF recommendation such as having stable housing, no THC, and parenting class. Patient 's health: The patient admits to not following through with seeing her PCP about the thyroid issue.
Bill confirms that Pa is receiving services as specified in the ISP in the following type, scope, amount, frequency and duration: Pa receives Agency Model PAS 2 hours x 7 days per week (9:00am - 11:00am) via Aurora Home Care the personal care aide will provide assistance when needed and supervision with bathing, dressing, grooming, and light cleaning. The SC discussed Self-Directed service, Bill and he declined as he reports that both him and Pa prefers Agency Model PAS (they can’t handle the paper work). Bill confirmed that there is no duplication of services. Waiver is the payer of last resort for services. Pa reported that his back-up plan is, the agency will send a replacement aide in the event of a no show this has not been
I hope all is well. Denise Smith 800-66-5061 the Cornerstone Program Coordinator is needing access to a few things in order for her to fulfill her job duties. She does not have access to add/drop classes in Banner or TopNet. Also, she cannot view the General Student Information page to determine student college readiness needs. Lastly, she will need access to view Billing information.
Case management services were provided through an FTM (family team meeting) in Costa Mesa. Present at the meeting were WYP (Wraparound Youth Partner) Andy Ngo, WCC (Wraparound Care Coordinator) Omar Gomez, WSUP (Wraparound Supervisor) Tanya Carcamo, PO (Probation Officer) Daniel Arreguin, the youth, and the youth’s mother. The service minutes are high, due to the family filling out the Medicare Intake Form that could not be rushed.
Usually the husband or family of the expectant mother would give her a ride to or from a birthing. If this did not happen she was independent enough to get there on her own. There are very few instances that she records her husband or sons taking her. She also took care of her own payments and debts. This was usually taken care of by the man.
The house supervisor and DON were standing by the nurses station, so Nurse A asked if one of them could do the admission, since she was still administering medications and treatments to the other residents. They agreed to help. At 1500, it was change of shift. Nurse A gave report to Nurse W, and relayed that there was a new admit and the admission was being done by the DON and house supervisor. A brief assessment on the new resident was done upon administering medications.
My statuses and the roles attributed to those statuses contributed to the decision to attend college. For my Mother, there was no option, my brother and I were attending and finishing college, but she did not care where we attended. With and indifferent standpoint, my father did not stress the importance to attend college, but would support us no matter what we decided. A major aspect of my role was obedience. Traditional values and a family centered on a mother figure were values that my brother
I have a conversation with Mrs. Johnson and see if she is willing to go into a facility. You have to let the client be a part of the service plan. I will verify if Mrs. Johnson has the capacity to make her own decision and level of care from her primary care physician. If she has the capacity and Mrs. Johnson is now willing to go into a facility. I will speak with Mrs. Johnson to see if she has any children or family to assist with care and if she does see if someone could move in with her to provide care.
Even though the doctor had confirmed that no serious damage occurred due to the fall, she hesitated to try walking. Therefore, her children were thinking to get her a wheelchair, although they knew it was not necessary. When I heard that, I considered to talk to my family to encourage my grandmother’s independence instead of limiting it by giving her the wheelchair. I was motivated to apply the knowledge I learnt during my clinical placement about encouraging independence of senior residents into my family current situation. I explained to my parents
The Process of helping is client oriented as the helper focuses on assisting clients to meet their needs." Mary say " as a Human Services Worker she has to address if a client report the nursing department not meeting all the clients needs ." Mary said at time a clients could call a nurse in their room every five to ten minutes, but report neglect on the nursing department for not answer their call light. When problem like this occurs Mary said "she has to do a care plan to address the problem and come up with a solution." Mary say they have to also investigate the nursing department also to make sure no neglect has occurred.
128 Treas, Wilkinson) in which include vitals, auscultation of breath sounds, observation of activity, and asking the patient how they are feeling and family for observation. The RN would record the evaluation summary in the nursing note or care plan about the conclusion whether the outcome was achieved and the reassessment data supports the judgment. In order to revise a care plan, an RN must " review all the steps of the nursing process. "(pg. 130 Treas, Wilkinson).
In Rita Dove’s “Daystar”, there are several phrases and words that lead the reader of the poem to a profound understanding of the struggles that the main character of this poem experiences. According to the context of the poem, the main character appears to be a mother and wife in distress. Throughout the poem, she is presented as having a dreary, lethargic, and disconnected outlook of her current situation. The main question that must be asked is what the narrator tried to convey by stating that “she was nothing, pure nothing, in the middle of the day” (21-22). There are many possible answers strung across the poem that suggest why this mother describes her state of being in this way, such as the words that were being used to express how
As a child grows up, they have individuals whom they look up to and these people make negative or positive impacts onto the child’s learning. For the majority of children, adults are the ones affecting the way they learn while growing up. Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird is a Twentieth Century text that informs the readers about the injustices taking place in a sleepy southern town from a perspective of a child named Scout. Throughout Scout’s experiences in Maycomb County, the characters that have affected her learning in a positive way are Boo Radley, Atticus and Miss Maudie.