The client met with his counselor for his 1x1 session for a case manager with his STOP worker. Client is currently in compliance with his STOP contract. Client has cooperative during his time here at the program is making progress regarding his TX plan. Client has attended outside NA meeting and church meeting after his 60 day blackout. Client is set to get his ID on Friday. Client appears to be willing to do the necessary work. Counselor will meet with the client next week to discuss a plan of action once his leave the program what tools that best fits if he gets frustrated. CADC -1 Yolanda Smith
UCM:CPSW received a text from Ms. Borkovec reporting that she has scheduled an appoitnemtns with Phyllis Wheatley and her first intake appointment is on11/29/16 at 3pm. Also, CPSW reminded Ms. Borkovec to schedule with her mental health assessment and let this worker know time and date for her 1st session. Goal 1-2
The Human Rights Act 1998 (also known as the Act or the HRA) came into force in the United Kingdom in October 2000. It is composed of a series of sections that have the effect of codifying the protections in the European Convention on Human Rights into UK law. All public bodies (such as courts, police, local governments, hospitals, publicly funded schools, and others) and other bodies carrying out public functions have to comply with the Convention rights. The Human Rights Act protects individuals from torture (mental, physical or both), inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment and deportation or extradition (being sent to another country to face criminal charges) if there is a real risk that they will face
Jennifer you continue to promote an atmosphere of camaraderie in your group which was difficult during this rating period with having one defiant employee and receiving over a thousand hotlines in 2015. You conducted monthly group meetings and you met individually with your workers to discuss their performance or lack of performance. You also discussed with them all pending reports that they have in Case Compass. During your team meetings you reiterate to your team the importance of compliance with all applicable policies, including but not limited to policies concerning initiating reports/contact/completion of reports, behavior, work performance and
Fetzko did not comply satisfactorily with the unit’s and Bureau’s requirements; Table 2. Performance Follow-up Timeline documents several of these instances: it was documented that the employee’s time sheet had discrepancies because once the employee was transferred to this unit, she adopted a different work schedule every day to fulfil personal needs, and required very close monitoring and counseling regarding her work schedule; staff in the Bureau are required to submit weekly activity reports and Ms. Fetzko received several request for a more detailed and representative report; The employee was counseled on six occasions; she also required repeated request for information, which she deliberately ignored, she was questions and limited on her non- position related CEU activities during work hours. Ms. Fetzko did not follow the standards created for the unit’s work and reports; she did not meet the deadlines even though she always had the advantage of setting her own deadlines; therefore, her reports were always delayed and incomplete. She did not show progress, and was non-responsive and
CM emailed Andrea Orlando (Daytop Program Coordinator) a copy of Dre’quan’s (youth) updated biopsychosocial (BPS) and court order. Ms. Orlando reported the clinical director will review youth’s documents and will determine admission date. Ms. Orlando will continue to keep CM updated regarding youth’s status. CM provided CM’s contact information.
Performance Improvement (PI) is another area we are in compliance. Therefore our base line data has been effectively analyzed to determine trends, patterns and exposed areas for making improvements. The result has been good services, treatment and care for our
On Tuesday July 7, 2015, at approximately 3:01 PM, Kiana Beekman, (MFCU Investigator) (Beekman) received a call on the state office telephone from HILL, Lucy (Service Facilitator of Lucy Hill Services (LHS). During the conversation, Beekman asked HILL to clarify her role and responsibilities as a service facilitator, in addition to the role and responsibilities of HARRIS, LaFrance as the Employer of Records (EOR) for Medicaid Recipient DANIEL, Rose and MCGHEE, Inocencia as DANIEL’s aide. She was also asked to provide any documentation of training on timesheet submission and approvals that she provided HARRIS and MCGHEE under the Department of Medicaid Services (DMAS) Consumer-Directed care aide program.
CCIB received a Corrective Plan of Action (CAP) detailing the visit to the home on 10/18/17 by Service Coordinator, Sally Cano. Ms. Cano arrived at the home, but no one was there. Ms. Cano proceeded to check Delta Home 3 (located next door) and found 2 of Delta Home Care IV residents along with residents from Delta Home Care 3 at the home. As Ms. Cano was leaving, she observed a bus arrive at the Delta Home Care 2. The bus driver reported that there was no staff at the home and that the residents were waiting outside. It was observed the Delta Home Care 2, 3, and IV to be lacking staff. On 10/19/17, RP and Quality Assurance specialist (QAS) Jesus Ozeda went to the facility to observe the staff to resident ratios and to collect the staff schedules
The Ontario Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse states that 10% of older adults are abused in some way; which is over 160,000 people in Ontario. Elderly abuse is categorized as the violence, mistreatment or neglect of an elderly person by caregivers, service providers, family, or even strangers (Canadian Government). A senior citizen can be abused physically, financially, psychologically, and rarely, sexually. The mistreatment is usually because of the influence a caregiver has over an older adult. The abuse on the elderly can happen in long term care facilities or in the home; it usually goes unnoticed and unreported (Elder Abuse and Neglect). The concern of abuse on the elderly population is a growing issue due to the increasing populace of older people and baby boomers; physical, financial, and emotional abuse are the most common forms. The problem needs to be taken more seriously, the types of abuse may vary, but regardless of the form, abuse among the elderly needs to end.
Steven is making progress towards his outcome because he enjoys weekend outings. Eddie note he goes shopping on Saturdays and goes to church on Sundays. He note he goes to the movies and watches stuff that make you laugh. He noted he like popcorn Eddie noted he also had camp so he didn’t get to go last weekend for outing at the park.
Generally, social work is affiliated with the younger population or topics of abuse and neglect in the home. While this can be a vital part of the job description, social work is a diversified field with many other career opportunities. A social worker’s ethical job responsibilities are outlined in NASW Code of Ethics (1999). The following sections will review these responsibilities in relation to aging populations and a social workers practice.
Health Care Integrator (HCI) met with Alana at her case address to assess and coordinates B2H services for her immediate needs. Alana has been diagnosis with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Currently, Alana receives Skill Building (SB) and Special Needs Community Advocacy (SNCAS). HCI inquired how is it going with assigned Waiver Service Provider (WSP), Jessica Reyes. HCI inquired about Alana’s current living situation. HCI inquired about how she is doing in school. HCI provided Alana’s with several pullups for her son. HCI inquired about how she is doing at work. HCI informed Alana to make a list of task she wants to accomplish for this week. HCI inquired if Alana had any issues that she wanted
Describe four issues of care applicable to battered women or abused children in a residential setting. Explain how a residential social worker can help resolve these issues.
Community development (CD) has been playing an important role within the society as it is a critical practice that identifies and attempts to address unequal relations of power (Forde & Lynch, 2015). In CD, social capital is an important term as it refers to the networks and norms that enable collective action. In general, social capital is the level of trust between members within the community. Social workers need to understand and empower the social capital to strengthen the community through collective action based on the existing resources.