i need an autobiography about myself. My name is______ , i was born on _______. (I WILL FILL MY NAME AND PERSONAL INFORMATION IN THE ESSAY) I was born in the Dominican Republic, lived in San Francisco de Macoris, lived with my 2 sisters mom, and grandmother in my grandmother’s house. My father lived in the USA. We had plantain and orange trees. I played in the backyard with my sisters and friends daily after attending class at the age of 4 years old. The light would go off for various hours a day and my grandmother used candles and a lamp when the light went off. I grew up in a neighborhood that is very united, we respect the elders, saw each other as family. Go with my mother and grandmother for bingo and domino day while we played, we didn’t use technology, instead played with rocks, toys, sand, climbed trees, and life seem so perfect. I am very outspoken, i like to help anyone in need, my family always comes first, I am a hard worker. I dislike liars, rats, people who don’t like to help others, i dislike the city and would like to move to the suburb. I came to the united states of America at the age of 5 to be with my parents and sisters. I traveled back home yearly to visit my family back in the Dominican Republic. I have two daughters, a four-year-old and a two-month-old. I lost my oldest sister ___________ to gun violence in the Dominican Republic on 12/30/2019 while she was on vacation. She was my best friend, I spend almost all my weekends with her, spoke on the phone daily and this changed my life completely. Due to her death, I decided to change my major from nursing to human services, so I can help out those in need, kids, parents, orphans. I also decided to get life insurance and focus on my career so I can give my daughter and nephew a better life outside of NYC. Any information helpfull for this essay please ask me.
ption 10/11-2 (a): Special Topic Essay Option: Select the topic of Gender or Marriage or Family Relationships. Create a 3-page essay fully discussing 10 key concepts from the chapter. You may use the terms from exercise 10-1 to do this, or others found in the chapter.key termsnuclear familyextend familybean pole family structuresocial support systemgeneration Option 10/11-2 (b): Movie Option. Watch the movie In Her Shoes. Create an essay in which you integrate 10 topics from the text in a 3-4 page paper connecting the topics to the movie and the experiences of the characters with each other. Option 10/11-2 (c): Re-establishing Contact for Grandparents and Grandchildren during the Pandemic. Create a fictional family as the case study and describe the basic demographic features of each person.* Create a brief (1/2 page) history of the family and some of their key issues or experiences.* Use Internet, interview and any other resources to identify four specific options for this family to create, maintain or re-evaluate contact at this time of social restriction. Please be creative, add images or other visual examples as you fully discuss. Integrate at least five (5) terms from our chapter as you bold the term and add it to your discussion of the proposed plan. * You may use your own or a known family for this exercise, however it is important that we never assume that such resources are available to clients or students in a form that would be applicable. For those who do not have that resource, the assumption that it does exist by others can deeply further the pain or sense of loss, etc.you pick the topic you will like to write about
HUS 510Module 3 Case Study “Creative Grant Writing for Study”Summary:Lori, the new Executive Director, is concerned about getting enough funding for her addiction recovery non-profit. Funding is not as available as it has been in the past, as most grant providers are changing their focus from therapeutic to punitive and medical approaches. Lori faces the dilemma of changing her organizations mission in order to get more grant money or upholding their current therapeutic-based mission, increasing fundraising, and potentially reducing their services. This case study lesson examines the ethics of grant writing and analyses relationships between the Executive Director, board, and staff members.You will identify the ethical conflict in this scenario and create a solution for what the Executive Director should do. You will make an argument for your solution, using one of the ethical theories. Then you will utilize another ethical theory to make an argument against your solution, and discuss with your classmates.INSTRUCTIONS:Step 1: Step 1: Read Case 20: Creative Grant Writing for Study (pages 117-119).NOTE: You may have to login to the library website to access this material.Step 2: Submit a 2-4-page paper that analyzes ethical theories. The conflicting issues in this case study are: agency survival verses creative grant writing. Compare the Kantian and Utilitarianism ethical approaches to this case issue. Presuming you were in Loris shoes, provide a clear discussion of your proposed course of action including a which ethical theory you would utilize to guide your response to this ethical dilemma? Utilize the course SLU values (integrity and community) and two standards from the Ethical Standards for Human ServicesProfessional to defend your course of action.RESOURCES:Mayers, R. S., Schoech, D., & Souflée, F. (1994). Dilemmas in Human Services Management: Illustrative Case Studies. New York: Springer Publishing Company. Access the case study through the Saint Leo University library.NOTE: the course LibGuide has a direct link to the case study.Ethical Standards for Human Services ethical code.LEARNING GOALS:Use ethical theories to analyze a real world scenarioAnalyze the purpose and challenges of grant writingDetermine the best potential solution and evaluate itDetermine the least intrusive intervention or treatment option for the clienteleLEARNING OBJECTIVEAt the end of this case lesson you will have a greater understanding of the complexities of funding an organization while also staying true to its mission through identifying the ethical conflict in this case.For this course, the Saint Leo University core values Integrity & Community are most applicable.IntegrityThe commitment of Saint Leo University to excellence demands that its members live its mission and deliver on its promise. The faculty, staff, and students pledge to be honest, just, and consistent in word and deed.CommunitySaint Leo University develops hospitable Christian learning communities everywhere we serve. We foster a spirit of belonging, unity, and interdependence based on mutual trust and respect to create socially responsible environments that challenge all of us to listen, to learn, to change, and to serve.Council on Standards in Human Services EducationStandard 17The curriculum shall incorporate human services values and attitudes and promote understanding of human services ethics and their application in practice.Council on Standards in Human Services EducationSub-standardsa. Choosing the least intrusive intervention in the least restrictive environment.b. Respect for client self-determination.c. Respect for confidentiality of information.d. Recognition of the worth and uniqueness of the individual including ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, age, learning styles, ability, and socio-economic status.e. Recognition that individuals, services systems, and society change.f. Interdisciplinary team approaches to problem solving.g. Respect for appropriate professional boundaries.h. Integration of the ethical standards outlined by the National Organization for Human Services/Council for Standards in Human Service Education (available on NOHS website).
Please read the following chapter in your text:Chapter 12: Family Resilience to Promote Positive Child Development, Strong and Flexible Families, and Intergenerational VitalityChapter 12 discusses the biological, social, and emotional principles that affect families over their lifetime. In addition, this chapter identifies scientific evidence on the types of parenting that lead to long-term resilience of children. Finally, this chapter discusses the importance of modeling, mentoring, and monitoring in the development of family resilience.THE TEXT CHAPTER MUST BE USED AS ONE OF THE REFERENCES!Understanding the biological, social, and emotional principles that affect families over their lifetime is important for human services professionals. In order to develop and deliver family services, it is necessary to recognize and understand various characteristics of family households and learn how they impact resiliency. Please use your readings and research peer-reviewed journal articles in the Purdue Global Library to support your post.Please respond to the following:1. Analyze the biosocial systems principle, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, as it relates to family resilience. How does this impact the type of services that a human services professional should deliver?2. Provide a brief description of the RPM3 model and discuss the importance of modeling, mentoring, and monitoring in the development of family resilience.
Please read the following chapter in your text: Chapter 17: Strengthening Family Resilience: A Community Capacity ApproachChapter 17 examines the role that a familys community plays in the development of resilience across the lifespan. This chapter also discusses social organization theory and the use of strengths-based approaches when helping families become resilient. The reading also addresses four distinct types of communities and discusses the role of collectivism in family resilience.In Chapter 17 of your text, you learned the role that a familys community plays in the development of resilience across the lifespan. You also learned about social organization theory and how it can be used in tandem with strengths-based approaches to help families become resilient. Finally, you learned about four distinct types of communities and the role of collectivism in family resilience. Please use your readings and research peer-reviewed journal articles to support your post.Please respond to the following:1. Identify and discuss various ways a familys community can impact resilience in both a positive and negative manner.2. Discuss the importance of using a strengths-based orientation when working with families.3. Briefly examine social organization theory and discuss how it can be used with a strengths-based orientation to increase family resilience.THE TEXT MUST BE USED AS A REFERENCE.
Students will complete one 3-5 page paper in APA style outlining a research topic for their Research Project.Your paper should include the following:1. Introduction paragraph(s) (at least 1 paragraph) explaining the research topic2. Literature review of the research topic. You must include at least 5 references in your literature review. These must be references from scholarly, peer-reviewed journals. Refer to the link below on how to write a literature review.3. Summary paragraph(s) (at least 1 paragraph) outlining a general research question that you will develop more fully in HSRV 306.4. Include a Reference list for everything you have cited. See the link below for an example of a Reference list in APA styleYour paper must be in APA style with headings and a title page, BUT for this course you do NOT need an abstract.Be sure to use Spell Check/Grammar check before submitting your paper. Points will be deducted for grammar and spelling issues.
PART 1 (AT LEAST 350 WORDS)You will explore some of the reasons human service professionals may advocate for children and their families. You will also be discussing ethical issues that may arise when advocating for children and their families. To prepare for this discussion, please review the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) Ethical Standards for Human Services Professionals.Please respond to the following:1. Explore some of the reasons behind why human service professionals may advocate for children and their families. Analyze whether or not you think enough time is devoted to advocating for this population. -In your answer, justify how advocacy for children and their families is related to client self-determination.2. Describe a situation in which human service professionals may need to advocate for children and their families. Evaluate the steps that a human service professional may need to take to advocate specifically for the situation that you identified.3. Discuss two possible ethical issues a human service professional may encounter when advocating for children and their families.4. Examine how ethical components of advocacy relate to client self-determination.5. Provide an example of an ethical dilemma that human service professionals may encounter when advocating for children and their families.Outline why what you presented is an ethical dilemma and what can be done about this type of situation in the field.The reading from your text will introduce you to some of the goals of advocacy, as well as different reasons human service professionals engage in advocacy with clients. The additional resources will help reiterate some of the challenges present with advocacy and will help you understand the role of human services professionals in advocacy with children and their families.Please read the following chapter in your text:Chapter 2: Contemporary Issues Affecting Social JusticeWeb ResourcesAkbar, G. L. (2019). Thinking critically about self-determination: A literature review. Journal of Social Work Values & Ethics, 16(2), 917. https://jswve.org/download/fall_2019_volume_16_no._2/articles/9-Thinking-critically-re-self-determination-16-2-Fall-2019-JSWVE.pdfLucas, K. (2020). Challenges of being an advocate within the human services field. Houston Chronicle. https://work.chron.com/challenges-being-advocate-within-human-services-field-28996.htmlNorth American Council on Adoptable Children. (2020). Advocacy basics. https://www.nacac.org/advocate/how-to-advocate/advocacy-basics/PART 2Learning is enhanced when you take time to reflect on the process. This week, you will have a journal that asks you to discuss your thoughts in relation to the topic for the unit. Your reflection and writing will help with your understanding of the content covered.Your response to this journal should be clear, concise, and organized. The expression of information must be well written and original, with few or no errors in format and mechanics.To prepare for this journal, please watch the video below:TEDx Talks. (2013, October 17). How to believe in yourself: Jim Cathcart at TEDxDelrayBeach [Video]. https://youtu.be/-ki9-oaPwHsPlease respond to the following questions:As an advocate, you may encounter resistance, and the path to change may not be as easy as you envisioned. What strategies would you utilize to keep yourself motivated when it seems as if you are making very little progress?Please share two major ideas that intrigued you while watching the video.How will you apply what you have learned?
In what ways have societal attitudes and behaviors toward persons with a disability changed from 1950 to now? What do you think is responsible for eliciting this change? What changes in policy/legislation/laws have directly affected this change?
What are your perceptions and what factors have influenced your beliefs about persons with a disability? Describe a situation where you had your first direct interaction with a person with a disability. How did you feel when approaching that person? when you do the cover letter party make sure put my name jaliyah broome
This assignment is an individual assignment DO NOT WORK WITH OTHERS. ANY PLAGIARISM WILL RESULT IN A 0 FOR THE ASSIGNMENT FOR BOTH (ALL) PARTIES INVOLVED.Directions: Answer the questions that follow in short-answer form. In order to maximize points, the following must be included in your response to each question: At minimum, 5-7 complete sentences A correct response to the question showing that you have read the material Proper and correct in-text citations1. It is important for counselors to continually monitor their own reactions and feelings during the therapeutic process. Think about your experiences with and feelings about death and dying. What do you think about the grieving the process? Are you afraid of dying? Do you think you can be empathic and objective and rational when counseling clients who are grieving? Would the age of the deceased and circumstances surrounding the death affect your ability to counsel a grieving client? Discuss your reactions and feelings with a partner. (15 points)2. A 32-year-old woman is seeking counseling to help her adjust to the recent separation of her parents, precipitated by the discovery that her father has a girlfriend. The woman, who idolized her father and thought her parents had the perfect marriage, is angry and doesnt want to have a relationship with her father unless he leaves the girlfriend. What interventions would you use to counsel this woman? (15 points)3. What are some issues that someone faces when they lose a job? (10 points)