I would go for a targeted communication strategy to each of the different stakeholders. The first one will be to Jessica’s parents to re-explain the true nature of these unfortunate circumstances. I would explain to them the entire process and where we went wrong and apologize. I would also convey that the unfortunate circumstances were not specifically targeted at them but it was a bad lapse in the entire process and while we can help at this particular time with your daughter, we will reevaluate the entire process to ensure that nothing like that ever happens again. I would also inform them that from now on, to reflect the changing demographics in the area the hospital covers, the hospital will be offering language classes to all their staff to better communicate with people from different social and cultural
CPSW did a home visit to meet with Ms. Berner and to discuss about her safety plan since the children are moving with her on10/29/16 from the foster provider. Ms. Berner was late for her appointment and CPSW waited a 40 minutes for Ms. Berner. Ms. Berner apologized for being late. CPSW explained Ms. About safety plan. Ms. Berner understood and she signed them. Ms. Berner stated that she will be doing a house arrest for two weeks and the recommendation of her criminal court is to obey law and continue taking her medication on time and seeing her therapist. Also, cooperating with her PO and CPSW. CPSW consulted with the supervisor and she has approved both children to move back with Ms. Berner. Goal 1-2
He reports the patient’s roommate was subsequently evicted from his home after the landlord inquired about the ambulance visiting. He reports he contacted her father concerning the patient residing within the family home, but the father has said no. In addition, he reports he has attempted to contact her uncle but has been unable to make contact with him. He reports he has attempted to make contact with her said friend who is considering allowing her the opportunity to reside with her but she has not answered her phone and he has been unable to leave a voice message. He reports no one wants her in their home, and the patient has “burned her bridges” with family members. He reports her family would benefit from counseling. In addition, he reports her family has high expectations of CPS. He reports her current case was not going to close within 12 days of 06/30/2017. In addition, the case will not
On this date, Matthew Mitchell APS supervisor conducted a meeting on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Beaird well-being. In the meeting, Mr. Mitchell presented Mr. Joey Beaird and Mrs. Julie Johnson with solutions that would allow Mr. Gail Beaird to return home. However, both Mr. Joey Beaird and Mrs. Johnson
This officer has had contact via face to face and phone with the mother, Ms. Evelyn Edwards. Discussions have taken place with her regarding Marquel’s Comprehensive Re-Entry Case Plan. She has participated in a video conference with Marquel since his commitment. She is aware of his placement in the Virginia Beach CPP Program. She has not visited him at the facility, but she has had contact with him via phone. She is currently unemployed. Upon Marquel’s release from DJJ, the anticipated parole plan (CRCP) will be for him to return to her home with intensive supportive services via 294 funding. Additionally, in the event this placement is no longer available, an alternative placement will be sought via 294 funding for a group home placement or
On August 3 I met with Colleen Wheeler and her daughter Kelly regarding Colleen’s termination from Rhode Island Hospital. Colleen is employed as the Gamma Knife Supervisor and has held that position since 1994. She previously worked in the Cath Lab for 4 years, and previous to that she worked at the Cath Lab for approximately 10 years before she left for 1 year to take care of her children.
The defendant, Katherine D. at the time was a seven-year old girl who suffered from cystic fibrosis and tracheomalacia. Katherine’s condition required her to wear a tracheotomy tube. The Department of Education determined Katherine was eligible for special education services under Education for All Handicapped Children Act. The Department of Education determined that the medical services Katherine required could not be met at a public school and composed an IEP that proposed a homebound education program consisting of speech therapy and parental counseling. Katherine’s parent declined the IEP, initiated a due process hearing, and placed her in private school. The hearing officer determined that the Department of Education offer of a homebound
MSTT met with Christine and Calysta for a session. MSTT ask Christine and Calysta to explain what has happened over the past week because MSTT was on vacation. Christine explained everything has been going good and Calysta have been helping out around the home more. Christine stated she believe there has been a change in Calysta's behavior because she has not had contact with her friend. Calysta did have her court hearing and was assigned a probation officer. She has not met with the probation officer has of yet but they have spoken with her and a home visit is scheduled for following week. MSTT will schedule to attend the meeting with the probation officer. MSTT will continue to work with Christine on setting age appropriate consequences for
MSTT met with Christine and Calysta to review their desired outcomes and plan for discharge. Christine stated she is happy with the progress but stressed her concern with Calysta leaving home without permission. Calysta stated she feels as if all her goals were met and she is going to miss talking with MSTT. MSTT discuss with family any remaining concerns and will review the discharge plan and have them sign it for the last
A miscarriage of justice is when a person gets convicted and punished for a crime they didn’t commit. The criminal cases review commission is an independent public body that review possible miscarriages of justice and refer appropriate cases to the appeal courts. They try to bring justice to those that
The case of Elizabeth Smart was a nationally recognized case of a man and his wife who captured a young girl. The captors were Brian David Mitchell and Wanda Ileen Barzee, that led to daily rape, tied up at all times, religiously wed and threatened with her death and loved ones if she attempted to escape. Ultimately leading to her rescue and time in prison for the captors.
The patient is a 18 year old male who presented to the ED with depressive symptoms including: fatigue, tearfulness, weight loss, insomnia, irritability, and anhedonia. The patient denies suicidal ideations, homicidal ideations, and symptoms of psychosis. The patient reports obsessive cannabis use over several months. During the time of assessment
-Working with Mary, I feel that one barrier that she is facing in regards to her expressing/accepting her sexual orientation and gender identity is fear of being rejected and shamed by her family. Evidence suggests that for LGBTQ young adults, a heightened level of