SUMMARY OF ALLEGATIONS A report was received on 06/05/2017 alleging that the mother (Hermionne) left Ashante (C-V 17) with a non-relative since 02/2017 without any legal rights. The mother refuses to take the child back to her home and refuses to provide legal documentation for the child and the caretaker (Traceyann Aarons). According to the report, the mother will not engage with Ms. Aarons and refuses to provide health insurance and social security card documentation in order for Ashante to enroll in school. Ashante has not been is school for the past 4 months and is unable to enroll in school without paperwork. According to the report, Ashante self mutilates her arms, and the mother refuses to get counseling.
Dee wrote to her family saying, “No matter where we choose to live, she will manage to come see us. But she will never bring her friends” (445). This showed how ungrateful she is of her family. Dee not growing up where she wanted to made her embarrassed of her home and family. Then, once Dee arrived she introduced herself as Wangero Leewanika Kemanjo, and her boyfriend as Asalamalakin.
In addition, J.B. requested that she did not want any pharmaceutical interventions during labor including Pitocin, analgesics, or an epidural. On Monday the 2nd, J.B. had reached her 41st week mark into her pregnancy but has requested to not be induced. Due to that decision, the provider
Jessica wasn't allowed to play with dolls or teddy bears. Jessica Hathaway wasn't allowed to go to grammar school with the other children. Jessica wasn't even allowed to read children's books. Introducing New Age mother and self-acclaimed spiritual healer, Lisa Hathaway, Jessica's mother. Lisa has her own ideas about how to raise her children, as do we all, but Lisa's ideas ride the fence between extreme New Age philosophy and 60s idealism.
The family resided in Section 8 housing and survives on welfare. Her first child, "Mongo" (short for Mongoloid) is a 3-year-old who has Down Syndrome. He is being cared for by Precious' grandmother whose name is unknown, though Mary forces the family to pretend Mongo lives with her and Precious just so she can receive extra money from the government. These Presenting problem(s) The presenting problem by the family system is Precious being arranged to attend an alternative school called, “Each One Teach One” because she is pregnant for the second time that causes her to be expelled from public school. Mary believes that school is not going to help Precious and wants her to apply for welfare.
Bone is “illegitimate” stamp on her birth certificate because her mother was fifteen and was not married. There are problems with the mother and Bone and gender after the mother is married, to Glen. Glen starts to abuse Bone, when Anney, the mother, comes to know of this she sides with Glen. This book deals with a lot of child abuse and how her family plays a part in her abuse. Asher, Jay.
The protagonist Emily, who is symbolic of the past, is in conflict with the present. Miss Emily was an only child to her father, who died and left her a house with no money. Before the death of her father, the Colonel Sartoris remitted her taxes. The “next generation,” (Faulkner 730), of mayors and aldermen made a decision that Miss Emily should also pay property taxes as everyone else. Miss Emily felt otherwise; they tried reaching out to Miss Emily but she was so stubborn that she did not reply.
In the beginning of Runaway Girl, Carissa, a second grader, is thrown out the house by her stepfather, Steve. Her mother, who watched, never checked to see if she was okay. (Phelps & Warren 2012, 3). The beginning was only the first part of her struggles of her life. When her mother and Steve were married, Carissa had to live with not just her blood related brothers and sisters, but her step brothers and sisters as well.
The rest of Norma’s life would now be filled with chaos since she didn’t have anywhere to go besides foster homes. In 1935, when Norma was nine her mother was declared legally insane. Grace McKee, Gladys’ best friend; applied to be Norma’s legal guardian. While waiting for the court to appoint a new guardian, she was sent to live in the Los Angeles Orphans Home until she was eleven. In 1937, McKee and Ervin “Doc” Goddard married and became Norma’s guardian.
Maria passed “less than a year after arriving in Haworth” (Bio of the Bronte Sisters, pg. 15). Patrick Bronte thought his six children, Maria (named after her mother), Branwell, Charlotte, Elizabeth, Emily, and Anne, needed a motherly figure in their lives. After several failed attempts, Patrick was able to convince Elizabeth Branwell, a former resident of Haworth to fill that position. Because of Elizabeth “Aunt” Branwell’s lack of affection for the children, Maria, the oldest child took on the ‘mother figure.’ At the age of seven, Maria was able to fulfill the duties Aunt Branwell could not do for the children.