Mum was a light in my life as I am sure she was a light in all of yours. She would give anyone the shirt off her back and go out of her way to help a friend in need. I remember one time when I was little Mum got a phone call late at night from a friend who lived on the other side of the Street. She had fought with her husband and was really upset. Mum dressed us and went out in her nightgown with us to go console her because Dad was working that night. She would always be there for her friends and family.
Within this case study I am going to use two of the Chapelhow et al. (2005) enablers to discuss and reflect on the care of a patient I have been involved with on placement over a period of 5 weeks. ‘Enablers are the essential and underpinning skills that come together to provide expert professional practice’ (Chapelhow, C et al. 2005, p.2). These include; assessment, communication, documentation, risk, professional decision making and managing uncertainty. The enablers work together to provide a holistic approach to the care of patients in health care settings. I am going to focus on and discuss two of the enablers, linking them both together, which will be assessment and communication as I believe these two enablers can be related most to my patient.
Her attitude changed. She didn’t want anything to do with us, the family. I chalked it up to being a teenager, but I was so wrong. He was teaching her to be sneaky, to lie, and to hide things away from the people who cared for her the most. She was becoming reclusive, withdrawn. I didn’t realize it at the time but his jealousy was keeping her from befriending the children in the school. At 16 a girl’s fancies should turn to sleepovers, makeup and boys. All she wanted was to go to oboe lessons.
She is wonderful and just awesome is even supportive of my friends and is always nice and caring to them. The girls in colorgard love her to she acts like a second mother to them. She also takes time off of work to help out at band camp every year. She is back school online and is getting her masters showing that no matter if you are an adult or kid you can always learn more and that's such a big inspiration to me. She has come to almost all of my volleyball, and softball games and helped me when I was having trouble with them and showing me the best way to do things. My mom also tells me to never give up like when I was doing volleyball I wanted to quit but she told to just finish the season and that I don’t have to do it again if I didn’t want to, I ended up really liking it and had a lot of fun. She even helped me to get back in a good place after my grades fell, and I was not in a good place then she helped me to get them higher and, try as hard as I can and do my very best. My mom is my hero for all these reasons and many, many more but the fact that I have her is a blessing in itself. She is kind, caring, smart, funny, lovable, Amazing,and
The purpose of the article is to identify a clinical approach and challenges around the transition from assertive community treatment to less intensive services. According to the article, the data used was collected from four focused group which includes client/clinical, family and natural supports, assertive community treatment staff and team, and public mental health system. In order to identify the challenges several factors were considered in the process, the belief that clients and families would not want to terminate services (due to loss of relationships, fear of failure, preference for ACT model), clinical concerns that transition would not be successful (due to limited client skills, relapse without ACT support), systems challenges
She is one year older than me. We grew up together in daycare and my grandma took care of her like she was her own daughter. She was the older sister I never had but always wanted. Seeing her upholding a caring, optimistic, hardworking character for me was inspiration. She accomplished many milestones with ease, took obstacles head on, and never gave up.
She makes sure that everyone around her is content in their day to day lives so that she can go on with her own. This shows me that even if I am minding my own business and not bothering anyone, I can always be more helpful to the community around me, and therefore, changing the public’s perception of me for the better. Emma learned from me how to not stress. Being in a similar familial situation as me, she was astounded to learn that I am acing my many rigorous academic courses, leading three clubs at my school, running my own community service program, and being completely involved in musical theatre. However, she was more shocked to learn that I was not pulling my hair out while proceeding through my day to day life as I have committed myself to many activities. I told her that the reason for this is because I live in the present, but keep the future in mind. By doing so, I enjoy my life and don’t have to worry about what the future entails all too much. She takes this information to live a more fluid, carefree life. She is someone who has changed my life, and has made my vision of the world more clear, and I will never forget
A mandatory aspect when managing patients is to provide a provisional diagnosis illustrating, diagnostic uncertainty. Analysis of the mechanism and pattern of injury give an understanding of obvious, underlying and life threatening traumatic injuries, whilst vital signs and patient presentation allow for a firm diagnosis. Once diagnosed, an understanding of the pathophysiological processes, of a particular condition is essential for adequate treatment. The pathophysiological implications provide a detailed understanding of the immediate and possible long term prognosis.
She was a leader that impacted my life serving me daily, and built the skills I needed to compete in a demanding global society. She inspired me to go past my background knowledge and use my thoughts to take initiative and bring my learning to life in ways that I will always remember. She made a change in me by scaffolding me through the skills I needed by being a positive role model, and motivated me to be an inquirer. She always gave me that drive to become a better me, and inspired me to become a more knowledgeable scholar and thinker. Mrs. Canales always taught us to look ahead to greatness because she new in her heart we shined with success.
The thing you should know about her is: She loved God, family and friends. She loved anything about John Deere. She adored Kids, (Lead a youth class at church). She lived for cheering and did it to perfection. She had a zest for life. Whatever she was doing, she gave it 110%.
Moreover, my mother listened to all my fears and nightmares with patience which can only be admired. She covered my heart and soul with caring love. Her eyes were so soft, wandering, and full of comprehension when they focused on other people. My
At that she would become irritated with me and she got sick of my whining. Throughout the years, I was more tolerant but I still struggled having her around all day, seeming to nag me to do my work. Even if I was sick she would still make me do some homework or at least read a book. She seemed like Robert Bly’s father when he refused for the school in town to close. This all changed in my next stage of life where I thought I could do whatever I wanted and nothing was ever fair.
As most people do, she has grown emotionally stronger. Married at twenty-two for thirteen years to a man who others warned against. Over the course of those years she was broken down emotionally. Cheated on, stolen from and lied to constantly. The decision she made to end the marriage and gain full-custody of us kids was the formation of who she is today. If she hadn’t made that decision she would still be a lonely, fragile woman because of who her husband was turning her into. Once that had happened she became strong. She made the choice to never let anyone push her around as she quite scrupulously points out when she’s pissed off at someone.