Case Study 2 Latalvin Bullock Liberty University Sheila is a 34-year-old Caucasian woman with 3 children ages 18, 7, and 5. Sheila grew up in a low socio-economical community by a single mother. Her mother worked two jobs to take care of her and her siblings and did everything she could to shield them from the things in their environment. But Sheila started hanging with the wrong crowd and eventually dropped out of school. Her mother attempted to enroll her in Job Corps to see if that would be a way for her to gain a diploma in a different environment than the school she had attended, but once Sheila found out she was pregnant she did not complete that either.
Sullivan exemplify her perseverance through her childhood, but through her teaching of Helen as well. As Helen grew older, her frustration with her disability advanced, and she became much more difficult to control–eventually driving her parents to recruit a teacher for their six year old child. Anne Sullivan, “an inexperienced half blind Yankee schoolgirl”, as described by Mr. Keller, was enlisted to help the family, and was sent to Alabama in order to educate Helen. Anne’s task was difficult from the start, as her region of origin, the North, was greatly disliked by Southerners during this time period. On her first day working with the Kellers, her charges doubted her ability to educate Helen.
I decided to help her because I wanted to please her also. Even though my daughter became upset that we were running late, I ran around the house trying to get her ready for homecoming. As I was rushing my daughter out of the house, a neighbor stopped by and asked to borrow my laptop. I had forgotten my laptop at work after my coworker stopped me. After dropping my daughter off at homecoming, I drove thirty minutes back to work and picked up my laptop to please my neighbor.
Sometimes, in life, you have to make hard decisions. The book ‘Lyddie’ by Katherine Paterson is about a girl named Lyddie that leaves her life in Vermont to go work in the mills in Lowell, to earn money to pay off the debt for her family’s farm. The working conditions at the factory are horrible and there is a petition going around by one of Lyddie’s friends, Diana Goss, demanding shorter work hours and better conditions. Lyddie is unsure whether or not to sign the petition. Although some people might say that Lyddie should not sign the petition, for she might get fired and take in no more money for the debt, but she should, because if she does sign the petition and get fired, she will have a better life and be healthier.
When Emily was young, her mother was forced to work hard to support the family and she was sent to her grandparents’ home. It was two years old when Emily was taken back to home again. Without her mother’s accompanying and love, Emily didn’t know how to express her feelings. We could discover this from following passage that Emily unrequited love with a boy and she stole money to buy candies for him in order to show her love. She was not good at speaking.
Her mom teaches Esperanza many life lessons throughout the story. The reader learns that the mom dropped out of school because she “didn't have nice clothes” (91). The mom regrets this decision as staying in school could have let her lead a better life in a wealthier place. Esperanza quickly realizes that she wants to stay in school to move out of Mango Street. This mom is also there for emotional support when Esperanza needed it.
Phoebe’s mom leaves and Phoebe goes on a frenzy trying to cope with the loss of her mother in the family. Then when her mom was gone Sal wrote that Phoebe “... wore a fixed expression: a sealed, thin smile. It must have been difficult for her to maintain that smile, because by the time English class came around, her chin was quivering from the strain.” Phoebe tried to ignore the fact her mother left and isn’t really accepting change but she is learning to accept it but not in a healthy way. Phoebe is trying to find why her mother left. Phoebe thinks her mother was kidnapped and is coping her mother’s disappearance by believing in this theory instead of accepting the fact.
When Dumas started going to college she went back to using her original but then she gradauted and started looking fo jobs unfortunately no one hired her because of her foreign name so she went back to naming herself Julie. Also, when her childhood friends would meet with her school friends they would start wondering and asking her questions like who's Julie and what does she have to do with you she ignored the questions because she didn't know what to say. She eventually got married and had children so she wasn't put in a position where
Aibeleen had a son who was also an aspiring writer like Skeeter, but, unfortunately, passed away in a work related accident, and Aibeleen had to take months off to recover from his death. Minny talks about her mother teaching her about being a part of the help when she was 14. She talks about how her mother told her not to talk back to the people she works for and other things to keep in mind when working for the white families. Constantine held her daughter up for adoption when she was little because she looked white because she would be in danger if people found out her mother is
Now I feel that she was kind of set up not being able to meet the two people she would be working the closest with. According to the Lis Benton case (1994), it was stated that "As was standard procedure at Home Care and other consumer packaging companies, she was informed that she would not know until the first day of work who her boss was, or to what product she had been assigned" (pg. 3). Houseworld failed to connect Benton to her colleagues that she will be spending her time assisting. During the time of the socialization would have a great time for Benton, Scoville, and Linton to bond, get a better understanding of one another and their
In the first part of the case study the Dunphy’s owned an older home in Los Angeles California. The home needed a new roof, painting and cosmetic repairs. His wife Claire noticed some worker in front of the house but after questioning her husband didn’t think they were their to do work on her home. When she left to go shopping the foreman can up to her home and talked with her daughter Alex who appeared to be 20 or 21. Once Mr. and Mrs. Dunphy returned home they were approached by the foreman and realized he has mistaken taken their home for their neighbors.
Her mother called that afternoon and told her that Sea Pines says she is refusing treatment and they will remove her. This gave Callie a bit more confidence than usual to quit what she was doing and speak up. In therapy she spoke out on how she thought it was her fault her brother suffered from asthma and that her mother made her feel that way. She still felt as though she needed more answers to her own situation. She left and ran away from the rehab center calling her dad from a payphone and he eventually met up with her at a donut shop.
Speech-Language Pathologists in Long-Term Care At the beginning of my senior year in high school, I was still having trouble deciding what I wanted to do with my life. My mom, who works as a COTA in nursing homes, always pushed me towards nursing or physical therapy. Neither occupation interested me, nursing was too broad of a topic for me to handle and physical therapy seemed too difficult. A friend of mine brought up Speech-Language Pathology one day, a term I was unfamiliar with. I researched the strange word “pathology” and was surprised that I found the profession interesting.
She also hopes that this interview session will leave her with a link to an agency that can help her work things out. 8. Insight Client know that her financial problems is causing her distress but in looking into her past she don’t seem to see that things from her past may be affecting the present. The client may be able to work through her financial issues but there may be issues from her past that she may need to work through with the help of therapy. Such as abandon by her son’s father when she was sixteen years of age.
The first essay I chose to read was called I Am in Dementia Prison with My Mom, Janet had no prior knowledge or understanding as to why her mother’s health, mind, and thought process was deteriorating. She couldn’t come to terms with her mom being mental sick and when she did she had help and support from her entire family. The second was titled Transferring Mom was New, But Restlessness and Inactivity Kindled her Agitation. Against her and he husband better judgment she took her mom to the store. I believe she did this because she did not want to tell her mom no, as a caregiver, especially to a loved one sometime following your intuition and saying no can be difficult being I may feel like you are taking away their rights as a person.