Systemic Intervention and Treatment Plan: A Family in Crisis Lauren Smith is a five year old Caucasian girl who is demonstrating anxiety when separated from her mother. The family was referred to this service by their pediatrician. Over the past few months, Mr. and Mrs. Smith report Lauren has
Today, MSC visited Maria at her residence for a face to face visit. When MSC walked in Maria was having a snack at the table. Maria waved and greeted her staff. MSC said, Hello, How are you?" She stated that she needs to talk to MSC in private after she finishes her food. MSC spoke wither Medical Direct Care Counselor Marie Rose. She stated that Maria has been doing good. He is cooperative at times, but requires redirection. Maria stated that she is medically stable and her behavior has improved over the past few months. She is communicates her wants and needs effectively. Maris continues to go to all of her medical appointments and enjoys attending program. Maria goes on all community inclusions and makes suggestions on places she would like to go. She struggles with balancing money, staff continues to assist her in budgeting.
I: This facilitator and PP, met the client and mother in order to open the case and begin the process of identifying client and family needs. FF went over the POC with the family. FF and PP asked client and family for good news. The client shared he didn’t have a good day at school. Client
Pt denies nightmares and sleepwalking Current Supports/ Family Composition Pt has a hx of conflict within the family structure. Per report from mother they recently been evicted from their home to living with a friend and her 2 children. Pt states she does not trust her mother because she calls her “retarded and crazy”. Pt reports having low self esteem. Per report from mother, pt father is not participative with the pt.
Dear Carly Nettesheim and Mallory Blain, Thanks very much for your timely feedback and advice. We will spend more time with her and work on her social and communication skills. Please connect me and my wife to the student’s services at Westmount, we would like to talk to them first then talk to Anh before connecting Anh to student services.
PER REPORTER: Keshia said she received the following information from a Nurse Practitioner by the name of (Tammie) that works with her. She said according to Tammie, Malia was brought into the clinic today by her babysitter (Linda) to be seen by a physician due to her suspecting that the child has been sexually abused. Tammie said Linda told her that she keeps the child for her uncle due to him being her caretaker at this time due to her mother being in jail. However, Tammie said Linda is suspicious that the child’s uncle may be sexually abuses her. Tammie mentioned that the Linda also told her that Malia has been displaying inappropriate behavior problems. Tammie said Malia is currently being taken to UMMC by the AMR due to her having scar
Diagnosis and Treatment of Separation Anxiety Disorder CASE STUDY 6 CLIENT DETAILS Diagnosis: Separation Anxiety Disorder. Age: 6 years. Client Gender: Male. Initial Consultation: 20th May 2011. Number of Sessions: 12 sessions. Place of Treatment: The agency. Treatment Approach: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Treatment Mode: Weekly one hour sessions. Referral Information The client’s mother referred her son to the agency because he was suffering from anxiety. He was resisting going to go to school and becoming distressed when his parents tried to leave him at home.
• Tools to access health care services • Tools to promote independence, increase self-dignity and self-worth • Tools to access helpers and use their services efficiently. • Case manager ability to identify client readiness for disengagement • Case manager needs to discuss disengaging with the patient or significant other and capacity to listen to their fears and or concerns.
The bill HB0186 attempts to address and alter the laws pertaining to the protection of sexual offense victims. For the more secure protection of the victims of sexual assault, the revised law requires ”a sentencing judge and the State Board of Pardons and Paroles to order an offender to refrain from contacting a victim of a sexual offense or an immediate family member of the victim if requested by the victim or immediate family member” (Montana). While a large amount of people would agree that the laws need revising, others may believe that the laws would be fine as they were.
(IS) is a 13-year-old African-American girl, referred for school supports due to her inconsistent attendance. She is currently in the seventh grade, and has periodic episodes of anger outburst due to a number of stressors over the past several months. (IS) reports that both of her parents have very busy lives and they don’t always have time to spend with her.
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Miranda’s mother joined a Facebook group with supporting members of FOP. She met with another family member who had a daughter also with FOP, and the two families formed a strong bond and relationship. The healthcare support for FOP isn’t high enough due to the rarity of the disease and lack of understanding among communities. Miranda has an educational assistant at school but it’s rare to have a specialized assistant due to the rarity of the disease. The school was apprehensive and not concerned about Miranda, and she had support from kindergarten by having an educational assistant. She is mentally and emotionally normal but just requires physical support.
Mom just by came to pick up child and I had Kattelene (HOB Aide) translate. She explained to mom that we are not preventing child from coming to school, but that we needed to understand that if he behaves the way he did today she would be called to come pick him up. She was also told that it is a safety concern due to not only could hurt himself but others around him. Mom told us that she is going to keep him home until the evaluations results come through. I asked Kattelene to make sure mom understands that we are not telling her to keep him home and if she does that would be her personal decision.
Background/history: Amy is an 18 year old woman who lives with her family in Ludlow Massachusetts. Amy, has been diagnosed with: Autisum Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Anxiety Disorder and a Learning Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified. Which impact her working memory, processing; reading fluency, essay composition, reading comprehension, math computation, and has social-communication deficits.
REFFERAL Mrs. Susanna “Susy” Benavides reported that she directly requested a referral through IEHP to complete a Functional Behavioral Assessment based on concerns with Mikey’s communication and socialization.