Education regarding unit or group thinking is to be encouraged and reinforced. The fact that newborn Rosarie will be entering the home poses unique challenges that will require all members of the family to work together. Maria, Jamie, and Alice must be educated on the signs and symptoms of respiratory distress in the newborn and interventions that must be initiated when distress occurs. The nurse responsible for this teaching must require both verbalization and return demonstration of skills learned to ensure proper reception of the information. Once skills are developed by the adults within the home, the remaining children should then be educated on the signs and symptoms as well and actively participate in care.
Delegation as defined by the American Nurses Association (2005) is the ability to handover responsibility for the performance of a duty from one person to ano... ... middle of paper ... ...ves with practice, it is important for students to gain knowledge about the skill and use them when on clinical placements. Learning these skills will also prepare the student nurses in future to delegate task when they qualify and become RN’s. In relation to my nursing practice, when I become a registered nurse, I will assist student nurses in their career by delegating tasks to them that are within their level of competence as well as making sure that all tasks assigned to them are duly supervised and follow up on the delegated task. I will encourage them to seek clarification where necessay. Providing feedback and praising them for work well done is another thing I would bring into my practice.
How do we support our clients in transition? We call the program outpatient monitoring, but the monitoring is really a collaboration between our client and our staff. We want to teach clients to be accountable for their behavior and their choices. Even before our clients begin to transition to our outpatient program, we sit down and develop a comprehensive treatment plan outlining all of the challenges that we anticipate. We teach them how to flag the earliest warning signs so that they can let us know, in aftercare, that they need help.
The next step is to investigate where and who the forms are turned into. I’ll be looking at the Social Worker perspective because it’s the field of study I’m going in and would potentially help me when I begin my career in children and family services. Giving the information about mandated reports would educate me on the all the factual information needed after receiving a mandate report and from the information gathered, how do they deiced whether or not it’s a serious case or not. This research would uncover every aspect from beginning to end of the entire process of when a report is submitted up until the discussion is made on what to do after reviewing the information. The report is used my any profession to report suspect child abuse or neglect at any time or place.
This essay will examine and reflect on my organisations practices and policy procedures when dealing with service users SU also discussing my own personal reflection whilst on placement. Under section 17 of the Children Act 1989 local authorities have a duty to assess the needs of a child in their area who may be deemed to be a Child in Need. Guidance stipulated by section 17 of the Children Act 1989. Particularly part 1 (a) and (b) of the Act states that local authorities have a duty to: “safeguard and promote the welfare of children within their area who are in need” (Children Act 1989). My third year placement was within a Children Services Department of a Local Authority in the Tyne and Wear area.
In Psychodynamic theory, a therapist uses the concept of "interlocking pathology" to analyze how each family member connects to each other to produce an overall understanding of the family functioning. In systems theory, the basic concept a therapist would look at is how open or closed the family systems is, the characteristics of the family system, and how this family system
There are many different attributes which are required in the role of the registered nurse. These attributes help registered nurses with different aspects of client care, from explaining a treatment to the client, to supporting the family of a client with chronic illness. The attributes are an integral aspect of creating and maintaining therapeutic relationships with clients and their family (Day, Levett-Jones & Kenny 2012). The age of the clients has an impact on the way the nurse would interact with that client, hence it effects which attributes are more important to use. When caring for children it is particularly important to use the following attributes: effective communication techniques, advocating for the client when their rights are overlooked and interacting in a supportive manner.
Social Services and my setting will work together and will carry out a thorough investigation, talking with families, doctors, health visitors and teachers. And if, however they have special concerns about the child, they may hold a Child Protection Conference. This is a meeting with the family, Social Worker and other professionals to try to find a solution to the difficulties at home and will always try to work with families to support and help them cope. In conclusion, I have learnt services that interacts with my setting and how they work together to ensure every child receives special educational care.
I am also a mother and survivor of Domestic Violence. Through the agency for which I am employed, I provide advocacy based counseling and supportive resources to families whose lives have been affected by domestic violence. I also conduct children’s groups and provide community training surrounding issues relevant to children who have experienced domestic violence. This book can also be used to: Gain an understanding of the home environment of a child Allow ed... ... middle of paper ... ...trust. Children age 5 and up should know their Home address, complete phone number and the first and last name of their parents.
Interview During my time in the volunteer program at “A Kid’s Place”, I cross-examined Susan Stagon. Susan is the program’s director of the organization. She is a licensed clinical social worker. Through the interview, she told me that there were stringent requirements one had to meet before getting this LCSW license. One requirement is that one has to hold a Master’s Degree in a relevant field.