Response: MHS explain Myra appears to be a nice and respectful young girl. MHS report getting to know Myra and understand her needs. MHS express wanting to advocate for the youth and provide assistance.
As Janet's parents is one of the stress so it is more suitable to seek help from her friends, classmates,social worker, or whom she trust, etc. She can shares her concerns and difficulties with them as it can relieve stress. They can share different opinions, advices and experiences with her. The study from American Psychological Association showed that many Americans benefit from emotional support. Therefore, the advantage of seek out peer support are helping reduce stress by listening and understanding her situation and problems.
She relays heavily on flashback and reflections to inform the reader how things connect at the beginning and end. The structure she uses is clear and engages the reader. For example she compares the old time people to the new world people to keep reading more to find out more information, this consists in a circular sequence by going back to themes to themes. She first started talking about beauty.describing herself.
We are like best friends now, the Uncertainty Reduction Theory has played a large role in us becoming not only partners, but best friends. I know how Diana would respond to certain answers or context, and vice versa. This allows us to communicate well and openly because we know how each other behaves. In our second meet we discussed plans and possible trips to take over the summer. I gave her responses I knew she would like, and responses I knew should would not enjoy, so I was able to determine what her behavior would be like.
I have worked with senior citizens before and I really enjoyed the time I was able to spend with them. Helping them with their daily task, and being able to sit and hear their interesting lives and struggles resonated with me. I am currently a pre-health student and I understand that healthcare is more than having a doctor prescribe medication. Sometimes people need others to just be there with them and help out where is
While I was being trained, I closely observed how the social worker interacted with the residents before she began assessing them. I also took notes of what I was told to do while I was in training as well as when I saw it being done in person. Before I started assessing the patients by myself, I would come home and practice asking the questions to my roommate everyday a couple of weeks. With the help of close observation and detailed notes I was able to properly practice on my roommate, which led me to feel comfortable with assessing the patients by
She uses humor to engage the audience with small remarks that are witty and smart, which helps the audience take her speech light heartedly.. The same way the audience in the room are impacted, it will impact the person watching the video. She makes the topic a mystery because she waits until the end of the introduction to say what it is. Mrs. Cain’s tone and rate is good because she is talking at a steady pace as she is explaining her visuals and it gives you time to picture the scenarios she is describing making it easy for us to understand her
My curiosity led me to ask questions and interact with patients. Naturally, the patients were willing to share their stories and I acquire invaluable wisdom from them. One thing I took away during my experience shadowing Dr. Ukoha, humility and respect for your patients comes a long way in bonding with your patients. It opens a plethora of opportunities for the physician and it
A pleasurable aspect volunteering at the United Hebrew Nursing and Rehabilitation facility was the opportunity to see the patients actively involved in meaningful therapeutic activities. In keeping the same schedule for several weeks it allowed me to briefly follow certain clients rehabilitation regimes. It enabled me to gain an understanding of the role of an Occupational Therapist in a skilled nursing facility (SNF) and rehabilitation setting. Therefore, I found it interesting seeing the strategies implemented in the sessions, such as, home hazard assessment and interventions before the patient is discharged. For instance, placing items on the floor and asking a high functioning patient how/if they could pick up the items if home alone.
SSW 197 Assignment #2 Kirstin Cain 9000736 The skills I learned within the classroom that I utilized during my practicum were active listening, active listening and active listening, reflection and having empathy. I also used some paraphrasing and summarizing, particularly when a client was disclosing some previous trauma that he believed to have occurred during his childhood (the psychiatrist was uncertain as to whether these were actual events or delusions). I had the opportunity to do role play with an individual wanting to practice making phone calls inquiring about apartments for rent. I used sessional contracting with this individual, did perception checks and had him score his anxiety at various points throughout the role play.
The last time I visited my friend, Lonnell I was praying on my way there and asking the Lord what I could say or do to encourage her. The thought entered my mind that I should sing to her. Now I can't say as I've ever done that before; gone to visit someone in the hospital and break out in song. However, I had a strong feeling about this the entire drive there so I thought maybe I should sing her favorite hymn since I knew she loved the old hymns.
Willa Cather used symbolism a great deal in My Antonia. One example can be found in book one, chapter six. Antonia had found a grasshopper. “Tony made a warm nest for him in her hands; talked to him gayly and indulgently in Bohemian. Presently he began to sing for us — a thin, rusty little chirp.
Day two clinicals. This day went so much smoother. I had the same two patient as the day before and one got discharged and I got a new patient. I feel like my second day I had an amazing relationship with my one patient. I got her to eat a little more that day because I knew what to talk to her about.