The reporting party (RP) stated there is a belief that the licensee and Maria Dickerson are committing fraud. According to the RP the licensee is never available. The RP stated Maria Dickerson lives in the licensed home with her son. The RP stated when they arrive to the facility Maria
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
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
On 03/11/2016 SC met with Pa in her apartment for a RA visit. Pa 's Agency Model PAS aide was not present while SC was there. The Pa appeared poorly groomed and dressed in dark color clothes. The apartment was dirty and cat litter and feces on the table and
The reporting party (RP) stated resident Sofia Miramontes age 27 DOB: 11/23/88 has developmental delays, deaf in right ear and is bipolar. The RP stated the resident was issued a government cell phone, however the caregivers take it away from her and refuses to let her charge it. On 6/13/16 the police were called to the facility due to resident's inability to enter the facility. The North Hollywood Police Officers Winter (#38878) and Officer Radke (#39569) arrived to the home. The Officers removed the resident due to her being battered and concern for her safety. The Officer informed the Director of agency Sherry Winston that the resident was coherent and walking to her boyfriend’s home. The RP contacted the facility and spoke with a staff
On Thursday 07/21/2016 at approximately 2223 hours, Security Supervisor Steven Evans was contacted by Assistant Nurse Manager Robbie Philips via landline and asked to conduct a (44V) Enforcement Escort Visitor Off Property for the discharged female patient in E.D. #48. The patient, Susan Harris (DOB: 03/22/1952), had been quarrelsome and refusing to leave. SOs Christopher Paz and Ariel Weiland responded to the scene. Upon arrival, we observed the patient laying down on her bed, we approached the discharged patient and spoke with her. Mrs. Harris agreed to leave without further incident. Security staff escorted Mrs. Harris outside of the E.D. lobby at which time she requested to stay in the lobby till 0530 hours. No incident occurred during
The patient was placed on HOLD to see the writer to address his non-compliance with treatment. The patient was reminded about his Step 3 of the patient engagement. According to the patient as the writer reviewed the patient case history of his no show for counseling, group attendance, and continuously AWOL, the patient only response was, " I, know." The writer then inquired of the patient efforts to engage in mental health services through ICRC. The patient admits that he haven't done the intake when the deadline was extended for the third time. The writer discussed with the patient about the risk of facing an intent to discharge due to his non-compliance and addressed alternatives such as suboxone and transferring to a clinic in Massachusetts to accommodate the work location. The patient declines the writer's suggestion as he wants to remain with HCRC-Hartford due to the positive treatment and said. " You guys really care....I do not want to be discharge.....I, mean what is the process of the intent of discharge?" The writer explained to the patient about the appeal process as his record will be reviewed by the Practice Manager to determine as to whether or not to forward with the discharge or the discharge to be overturn.
It comes down to the fact that an intoxicated person cannot consent to sex. AR 600-20 very clearly states. “Consent is not given when a person uses force, threat of force, or coercion or when the victim is asleep, incapacitated, or unconscious”. (U.S. Department of the Army, 2014, p.71) My paper revolves around Sexual assault and what the proceedings are once aware a sexual assault happened. All actions following an assault are to be focused on what the victim wants, even if that means do nothing.
On August 26, 2015 around 2335 hours, Security Supervisor Steven Evans, Security Officer Allan Topher, and I was dispatched to room 5104 in response to a non-Baker Act patient, Lillie M. Smith (FIN:84487321) who was arguing with medical staff. Upon arrival, we made contact with Nurse Julia, who stated that Mrs. Smith did not want to leave her room. She further stated that Mrs. Smith was going to be transported to room 510 bed #2. Security staff went inside the room and observed a very confused 86 years old patient who stated that she pays rent in the hospital and that the hospital is her house. Nurse Julia tried to convince her nicely to sit on the wheel chair in order to be transported to room 510. After several attempts from Nurse Julia,
In March 2015, RP overheard one of the caregivers state that one of the residents had scabies but facility never notified the families. RP stated that an order for Benadryl was made for the resident on 7/12/16 but the resident never received the medication because it was reported that the order was not signed. Staff never contact the physician to request a signed order so the resident was without the medication for 16 days. Resident's husband contacted RP on 9/9/16 and said that he had a confirmed case of scabies. On 9/10/16, RP spoke with administrator who disclosed that there has been confirmed cases of scabies. Administrator stated that due to the resident and resident's family members contracting scabies, Terminex was at the facility on 9/12/16 to treat residents room. RP also mentioned that on one occassion she visited the resident and the room "reeked" of urine and the resident's Depends was on the floor. RP stated that there is not enough staff to handle the amount of residents in the facility. RP stated that on one of her visitis, there were residents sitting in the living room for over 2 hours before anyone was able to check on
At approximately 11:36 hours, the writer and S/O C.Mason responded to a call from POC to attend MHSU for an eviction. The officers attended and met with the clinical staff (Tav Randhawa), who informed the officers that the discharge patient in consult room #9, need to be escorted off property. The officers were also told that the patient is really agitated and might put into a fight. The writer requested for two additional officers to attend and assist them with the call. S/O C.Mason broke up from the call and returned to the main booth to relieve SSS J.McCuaig, so he can attend.
The reporting party (RP) stated minor Anthony Silver DOB: 6/19/99 resided in the facility until when he was given notice on 10/4/16. According to the RP, Anthony went AWOL from the facility on that date. While being transported into custody to Juvenile Hall he disclosed that staff members brought drugs
Pt. called this writer to report that he no longer wanted to be in the program. Pt. asked if he needs to sign a Voluntary Request for Termination. Pt. reported that he is going to stop by the clinic to pay his tx services fees. Pt. stated, "I am done wit methadone. I'll go there tomorrow and pay my bill in full." Counselor told that he needs to talk to the head nurse and to sign the AMA Detoxification Agreement tomorrow, Saturday 2/25/17. After discussing this issue with him, he still insisted that he did not want to be in the program and he wants to sign the AMA Detoxification Agreement
Late Entry On 8/12/2016, CM met with the client to complete Bi-Weekly ILP Review. In the meeting CM observed that the client was wearing the same clothes from last session. She was hostile in the meeting. Client was wearing a yellow skirt and black blouse. Client was wearing summer hat,
The reporting party (RP) stated her husband Vernon Ferguson DOB: 11/29/29 was sent to the emergency room due to a frozen shoulder on 3/29/16. The resident was released to return to the facility 3/30/16, however the facility refuse to allow the resident to return. The facility notified the family on