This was an eye-opener for us to advocate for public transportation especially the bus to be modified to accommodate persons with physical disability using a wheelchair. A lift or a ramp could be provided for easy boarding of the bus. Additional space
"Sgt. Martin had spent his entire adult life in the infantry and was not ready for release," the board of inquiry's summary states. He strongly identified with the Canadian Forces, the report adds. "Sgt. Martin was not emotionally ready to leave the Canadian Forces" (D'Aliesio, 2015). At adulthood, ones intentions is focused on satisfying personal and family needs, as well as contributing to society (Krause, Corts, Smith, & Dolderman, 2015). Sgt. Martin's society in particular was that of the Forces. Being deployed and terminated from what he had known his whole life, placed him in stagnation; failure to find a way to contribute. It left him feeling abandoned, disconnected, and uninvolved in the community that he called home.
She suggest that funding needs to be increase to accommodate the elderly and disabled (Linda, 2014). The second Article called the “Transportation Barriers” Author Cronk informs about the struggles and frustration the elderly and people with disabilities face due to the lack of transportation services available to them. Furthermore, the author tells the story of an elderly man who was taken to the hospital by ambulance. But, on the day of his release from the hospital he had no family nearby and had no way to get home nor had money to pay for a taxi. The hospital was unable to assist him financially to pay for a cab, frustrated the elderly patient told his nurse he would walk eight miles to his home. Cronk informs that in populated communities although many people live near doctors and hospitals they continue to face the issue of poor transportation due to financial struggles. The author states that for those who are disabled riding public transportation becomes a great challenge. In addition to missing important preventive care appointments because they have no reliable access to transportation. Cronk states that the problems were worst among minorities, stating that a high percentage of disabled and elderly patients have missed appointments due to not having accessible transportation. Cronk continues to inform that many times they just wait for medical emergencies to visit a doctor. To
1. In 1825, Philadelphians began debating whether to build a multi-million dollar canal through the Allegheny Mountains to connect the city to the markets in the Ohio River Valley. Who was Matthew Carey, and why did he push so hard for the canal?
Mr. S is a 29-year-old male with past medical history of (PMH) hypertension (HTN) and obesity who presented to local emergency room (ER) with headache and chest and back pain. Mr. s had been seen at urgent care three days prior for a headache and near syncope and was told to hold his metoprolol due to bradycardia. Due to health insurance related problem, he has been off amlodipine and lisinopril for a month.
Michelle Beets was a nurse manager of the emergency department at Sydney’s Royal North Shore hospital. She was found stabbed to death on the 27th of April 2010 by Walter Marsh, a former US marine. Beets and Marsh had a working relationship where Beet’s had authority over Marsh and she chose not to renew his 12-month contract. Without a job, Marsh would have been forced back to the US because he was on a work visa in Australia. Weeks before the night of the criminal act, Marsh had familiarised himself with the home and had practiced the attack moves he was going to use on his own wife and her brother. On 27th of April 2010, Beets was returning home, in Chatswood from work and Marsh was there waiting for her in the driveway. He ambushed her,
The issue is whether or not the search of student Maggie Williams’s bag, under reasonable suspicion of drug possession due to an anonymous report of methamphetamine possession, by the Logan High School principal, is a violation of respondent, Maggie William’s, 4th Amendment rights.
Shadale Gillespie is a Direct Care Provider for our agency since February 2015. Work is not conistant due to the amount of Respite hours authorized by the AZ DDD department for the child she services. The authorization avaialble hours have ran out and she has not been able to work with the child since July 9, 2017. Last paycheck on July 25, 2017 for gross amount of $400.00. Bi-monthly pay periods, rate of pay $10.00/hour on average of 10 to 20 hours per week when we have authrizations available to deliver services.
CLINTON TWP. — In a densely wooded and overgrown area, with temperatures in the upper 80s, a three-man crew battled pesky flies, buzzing mosquitoes, crawling spiders, marching ants, strong odors and trash mounds as they cleaned a property in the 8200 block of Newkirk Road Thursday.
Ms. McGinnis is an 82-year-old female, with history of Alzheimer dementia, diabetes, and hypertension. Her primary caregiver is her son, Michael McGinnis. Mr. McGinnis has admitted to the ER doctor, multiply employees at Senior Care and to DHR worker on the phone that he gave his mother methadone. Ms. McGinnis is not prescribed Methadone and is mental unable to consent to taking methadone.
Discuss the four components of corporate social responsibility and how they relate to a charitable campaign such as (Product) RED. How does participation in a cause-marketing event contribute to a company's social responsibility? What role does sustainability play?
Tyler Gamache is an 7 year, 4 month old male enrolled in the first grade at Loudonville Christian School. Tyler Gamache was referred for a comprehensive psychoeducational evaluation to address concerns regarding his performance in the classroom. Tyler is currently receiving speech and language services, as well as remedial reading support, but continues to have academic difficulty in first grade. To assess Tyler’s cognitive abilities, academic skills, and social-emotional functioning, norm referenced testing was conducted.
Mr. Chad Ewings has been an inspiring teacher, coach, friend, and role model for students and staff in the Union City Area School District for the past five years. Upon teaching 5th grade at the elementary school, he also coached track and field throwing and junior high football.
Patients with renal impairment should have a life prolonging care. For patients with renal impairment were a matter of life and death and all were willing to pay the amount it does not matter what you get dialysis. Soon, it became a controversial issue when it was realized that the demand exceeds supply and the equitable distribution of the few dialysis machines
Countless of different patients come to seek healthcare and advice for a variety of reasons including certain signs and symptoms they feel that their health is threatened by. It is a crucial skill that health practitioners have a working knowledge of different pathologies patients can present with to direct the patient appropriately towards the correct diagnosis and thus, prescribe the most effective treatment in return. Mr Smith is a 63-year-old male suffering from hypertension and diabetes for the last 20 years. He irregularly monitors blood pressure and blood glucose levels as well as inconsistently uses Minidiab and Tritace for treatment. He presents with shortness of breath worsening over the past five weeks as well as other multiple symptomologies. Throughout this case study, we will examine the pathophysiology of Mr Smith’s health concerns, clarify and interpret the physical examination outcomes and laboratory tests. Through the exams, we will then propose a number of possible and justified diagnoses and after that lead to further diagnostic tests suggested as a result of these interpretations.