On this date worker received a call from Tori Pettit. Ms. Pettit stated that Serv-Pro had visited Ms. Smith's home did an assessment and sent off the mold samples. The results came back that the house is not livable due to mold infestation. The mold is in the walls, ceiling, basement, and air vents. Ms. Pettis has spoken with Ms. Smith and Ms. Rachel Rodgers about Ms. Smith moving ASAP. Ms. Pettit stated that Tri-County could place Ms. Smith into a group home now due to her home being deemed unlivable. However, Ms. Smith is not interested in-group home placement and would rather live independently. Ms. Rachel Rodgers has agreed to assist Ms. Smith with apartment applications and any other thing need in order for MS. Smith to find residence.
My main focus would be the children who are suffering from the lack of a stable home and three meals a day. There needs to be steps taken to mobilize individuals to assist in the work to improve the lives for the children who are suffering due to the lack of sufficient food and housing. I would also work with individuals who want to get the information out to the public. There needs to be a portion of the organization who primarily deals with advertisements and contacting the government officials who could assist in making the organization prosper.
HomeInstead senior care is located in many parts of Minnesota; they provide services to seniors living at home or in healthcare facilities. HomeInstead is a private care organization the send healthcare workers out to seniors home to help them with daily living needs. HomeInstead is providing services that focus on healthcare improvement, and investing in professional staffing. HomeInstead senior care wants to give its caregivers all the tools to properly care for their customers. Many of the time seniors just need some companionship, this a service the organization provides.
Writer called Hope House to remind Patricia of our appointment to the baby pantry but the case manager, Stephanie said she moved out. Care manager was glad to hear that Patricia found a place. Care manager asked of Patricia’s new address and contact number. Stephanie was able to share only her phone number with me since Patricia’s new address was not yet in her system.
Home health care aid are becoming more demanding as the months and years come due that our aging population is requiring more care and according to NAHC, the cost for Medicare is nearly $2,000 per day for a typical hospital stay and $559 per day for a typical nursing home stay. Meanwhile, home care cost just $44 a day on average. ( Seegert, 2013). I do agree with you that these working individuals deserve same governmental protection as all the given American
CS will be discharged to home with assistance from a home care agency. Along with being a primary caregiver, CS’s wife also works as a nurse. Thus, a home care agency can provide an aid when his wife is at work. By then, the home modifications for the kitchen, bathroom, and lighting system will be in near completion. CS will fully comprehend how to drive a powered wheelchair in both indoors and outdoors. CS will perform his ADL tasks with mod I using adaptive equipment, which will be provided for him to take home.
On 10/9/17 at 2:30pm the patient’s aide’s father, Jacques lemonta, called New Century Home Care to inform that the patient, Divers Mary, and his daughter, Limonta Natania, were hit by the car on 10/09/17 and taken to Jamaica hospital. Patient and aide condition has not provided at this time. Well Care and patient’s PCP notified.
The individual has lived with a parent for this whole life and after twenty-four years is removed from the family home and placed in the care of a social service agency where immediate housing is secured. This transition from living in the family home to now living in residential setting with housemate’s and direct care staff who are unknown to him is difficulty on him as he misses the daily connection to his family and is in unknown environment with strangers. He experiences feelings of being trapped and insecure in his new enviroment. He is open to developing new relationships with his housemates and staff and tries to build these relationships by participating in chores and activities in the home when asked by others. However, he struggles with completing new tasks asked of him because he has never engaged in them prior to this placement.
If you've ever been locked out of your home, auto or business, then you know how utterly embarrassing and frustrating it can be. You'll especially feel really aggravated if you don't have someone you trust with an exact copy of your key ready to help you when you need them the most.
As per our discussion on Friday, October 20, you expressed your interest in creating a grant writing program for the organization. Attached is the written proposal for Residential Plaza to assist the organization in procuring funds and I’m thrilled to have the chance to submit a proposal that will help your organization increase its revenue by creating viable programs to be funded by private foundations. With my background experience in grant writing, I recommend Residential Plaza to develop procedures in data collection, benchmarks and goals to generate impact.
Beverly is a 58-year-old, black female who currently lives with her daughter and previously with her daughter's boyfriend. He caused her intense stress and anxiety which is the reason she began therapy. One evening there was an altercation between Beverly, her daughter, and the boyfriend where Beverly ended up going to jail for several days. Eventually the charges were dropped, and the boyfriend left the home for good. Having the boyfriend gone has alleviated one stressor, but client is now dealing with the trauma of having been incarcerated and lack of finances, because she lost her in-home care income. Client has been resilient throughout her life. She was molested as a child, came out as a lesbian to her mother and sister who didn’t approve
Residential Life is location in Grace King Hall. This department is responsible for on campus living that is offered at LSU. Residential Life’s role at LSU is to provide students with life on campus that meet all of their needs—from academic success to a safe environment. Students who wish to live on campus must contact this office. The services Residential Life offers are applying for housing, roommate requests, expenses, tours, help with moving in, and information on what to expect as well as what is required from living on campus. This office is also responsible for safety living on campus, which means they make sure all housing is well lit, has security, has safety equipment for fires, has peep holes in doors, as well as ways residents
(901) Mrs. Holt called down after checking in stating the carpet under the AC unit was very wet. Tony apologized and moved guest from 901 to 813. Guest was fine. Josh used the extractor and put a fan in the room so we can sell the room later.
Patient A lived at home though was sent away from the family when mum could not manage the behaviours. Patient A displays a high level of anxiety and aggression. The staff managed to deal with the aggression by using Enhanced Prone Techniques (EPR). However, Department of Heath (2014) asserted “Staff must not deliberately restrain people in a way that impacts on their airway, breathing or circulation, such as face down restraint on any surface, not just on the floor”. “If restrictive intervention is used, it must not include the deliberate application of pain”. Patient A’s team are facing many challenges in view of sensory issues, challenging behaviour with aggression. The aim is to reduce enhanced prone restraints (EPR) and to create an autism friendly environment.