Ms. N is a 74-year-old female patient, who presents to the nursing home for admission by her daughter with complaints of being confused, falling and urinary incontinence over the past three weeks. Her daughter, Doris sates she is unable to care for her mother at home anymore and wants to permanently admit her. Ms. N presents with several problems that can be placed on her preliminary list. First problem is Ms. N’s recent lifestyle change from being completely independent and driving herself to her part-time job at the local library, to being completely dependent, all within one month. This alerts that some illness is affecting Ms. N, which has caused her to be affected by these changes in such a short period of time.
A couple day later my Grandparents, Debbie and Lonny Spaulding, Sat at the fair. Watching there kids, Renea’s siblings, go on rides. My Grandmother had a bad back so she didn’t go on any rides, my Grandfather just couldn’t be bothered. Jason had come up walking with his brothers talking about how my mother was a whore and she was a bitch. He was completely disrespecting her, even after all she had done for him.
I only heard stories but my mother’s grandmother on her mother’s side was a cold and numb woman, especially cold mother, no affection was giving towards my grandmother which laid the foundation for how my grandmother would raise my mother and her two sisters, which eventually trickle down to me and how I handled the responsibility of motherhood. The women on my mother’s side have difficulties expressing emotions and showing love by affection, it was more important to take care of the home, to clean and to cook then to worry about your children’s emotional well-being. I look back and I wonder what happened to my great grandmother, was she raised that way or was the impact of being young girl during WW1 losing her father and then had to live through WW2 raising two daughters while her husband went off to war and became a prisoner of war? Did WW2 affect my grandmother who still to this day tells me stories about the sirens and how scared she was when she had to hide and find shelter in church basements? Rebuilding Germany after the war was hard on both my father’s
In the play, Lady Capulet asks the Nurse, “Nurse, where’s my daughter? Call her forth to me.” (1.3.1). This quote proves that Lady Capulet does not keep track of her own daughter. While the nurse acts like the mom that Lady Capulet should be to Juliet, Lady Capulet is off doing other things. It is also clearly given to the readers that the nurse has been taking care of Juliet since her birth.
Towards the middle of the episode, you can hear a nurse referencing the patient and says “If it were mine, I bury myself in a grave someplace”. (“The Eye of the Beholder”) During another time you can hear the patient; Ms. Tyler say “I just want to be like everyone else.” (“The Eye of the Beholder”) As highlighted in this episode, the idea social conformity was relevant in the 60’s and is still relevant today. Depending upon what society says is pretty is what everyone believes is beautiful, therefore, Ms. Tyler believes that she was not beautiful enough. (“The Eye of the
Combining this with the further themes of fallen woman and woman as poet this poem reflects feminist dilemmas. As discussed previously this poem illustrates Victorian sexual concepts but the climax of the poem indicates much more: She sleeps up in the attic there Alone, poor maid. 'Tis but a stair Betwixt us. (ll.42-44) The wife 's decision to sleep in the attic indicates the physical
Right as Susanna moved in, she got cornered by Lisa, because Susanna took her best friends place in the room. Susanna’s roommate is Georgina, who is in the hospital for having pseudologia fantastica. Lisa starts to take Susanna under her wing and helps her to get to know the ropes. Susanna has sexual interactions with her boyfriend and with one of the orderly at the hospital in the same day, which is seen as promiscuous. Being promiscuous is a sign of her disorder (Mangold,1999).
Peg stated, “For the first time since my paralysis set in, I realized there was something worse than having polio.” She is referring to having a family who couldn 't visit or abandoning her. Alice was abandoned by her parents at the young age of 3, Dorothy could not go home because there was no one to care and tend to her needs and her parents try to visit once a month, Shirley’s family live too far to visit often so come only once every few months, and Renee’s family also lived very far away (200
In Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, Offred goes through many changes within her experience in Gilead. These changes include losing her job, being unable to read and being unable to have anything of value. Offred, alongside with many other women has been deemed as a handmaid. As a handmaid, the fertile women of Gilead are used to produced children for the infertile women and families. A handmaid 's life within this society contained of things such as the Ceremony where Offred would lie on her back, “fully clothed except for the healthy white cotton underdrawers.” (Atwood 93) this led to the Commander, his wife, and Offred getting the deed done to try for a baby.
Observation of an event, the surrounding circumstances and outcome: I was in the gero unit at Millwood. I got to see an older people suffering from different types of psych disorder. It was around breakfast time, I saw an old lady crying and laughing at the same time. She was yelling to the nurse saying she need her medication and she is in pain. She seems disoriented.
On 10-19-15, Linda (grandmother) picked Catyln up from Onnie’s home. Linda is not capable of caring for Catlyn. Linda is ill and abuses her medications. Linda would tell Catlyn that she is going to end up like her mother, or go to jail. Catlyn threatens to run away if no one helps her.
Deborah Bradford was unable to care for her children and placed them in the homes of relatives and friends, with Sampson being hired as an indentured servant to Deacon Jeremiah and Susannah Thomas, two patriots who swayed Sampson’s opinions. When she turned 18, Sampson’s indentured servitude was over, and she provided for herself by teaching school and weaving during the winter. Sampson eventually married Benjamin Gannett, having three children and adopting another. The family lived in Sharon, Massachusetts in poverty. In 1797, Herman Mann helped her publish a biography of her life called “The Female Review,” sparking interest in her and she became the first female public speaker in America, going on a tour through New England and parts of New York beginning in 1802.
Abigail Smith was born on November 11,1744 in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Quincy Smith, and William Smith are the parents of Abigail. Abigail 's was born as the daughter of a minister. Abigail Smith was the second of four kids; Mary, Elizabeth and William. Abigail did not attend school, like most girls did, due to chronic illness.
PER REPORTER: On 9-21-2015 Kaseyanna was brought to the Eupora Pediatric Clinic by her mom, Shamekia. The reporter said that Kaseyanna has injuies to her ankle and a broken leg. The reporter said Shamekia was unclea about where she was at the time of the incident and she was unclear about what had happened. However, the reporter said that Kaseyanna stated that she was playing on the cough and she fell. It was told by the reporter that inside of Kaseyanna’s chart t on 9-8-2014 she was seen at the doctor because of illness and a history sexual abuse was noted in her chart and history from an open case in the
Upon investigation, she found a cradle, and inside the cradle, a crying little girl. Carved into the edge of the cradle, “Pallas Nephele.” Surely, thought Nemesis, this could not be the daughter of Daphne? Magic affects the genes of those who hold the power to use it, giving them brown hair. The darker the hair, the stronger the magic. Daphne’s hair had been nearly black, though the little girl in the cradle only had pale white hairs coming out of her head.