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  • Vocational Rehabilitation Case Study Plan Examples

    Hello Ms. Finkelman, I would like to express my sincere thanks that you have taken time out of your schedule to work with me on my Vocational Rehabilitation Case. I’m aware that you made an exception to your busy schedule to even see me on Monday, 26 October, at 10:30 am. That is why I wanted to ensure that I express my thoughts to you in a written correspondence that you might reference in my absence. Requesting vocational rehabilitation services to attain a doctoral degree is not the normal; I know and fully understand that; however I would like VA to know by doing so they will be fulfilling a lifetime goal of a disabled Veteran. One of the vocational rehabilitation program goals is to help veteran train, or retrain to a new profession that will not aggravate their service connected disabilities, that is my plan, it just executed to a higher degree than most. Presently, educating myself in a new profession at the highest level is in my best interest. My VA disability claim was awarded on or about 1 August 2015, so the true concerns that I needed assistance in were really ignored until they were substantiated by the VA. While educating myself, focus will be on addressing medical concerns and necessary treatment before entering back into the workforce. The medical concerns that I am currently being seen for are as follows: Condition Treatment PTSD Group Therapy Session Right Knee Physical Therapy Sleep Apnea Sleep Doctor Bladder Control Occupational…

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  • 1983 Study Motion Blindness

    The 1983 study by Zihl, Von Cramon and Mai investigates motion blindness, or akinetopsia. The patient suffering with this disorder had a very limited perception of visual motion, motion in depth, apparent motion and did not see motion after effects. Brain damage, specifically bilateral, posterior brain damage, can sometimes result in disturbed perception of color and, as in the case of L.M., motion. More specifically, the area that was damaged was assumed to be the posterior part of the middle…

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  • The Mental Health Act 1983 (MHA)

    Q10 Social and cultural attitude can create a feeling of being discriminated against or a reluctance to speak about your fears to anyone. Telling carer you feel fine when in fact, you don’t! This can have a knock on effect as you are pretending everything is ok but hiding the stress, strain and depression which are getting worse but your support is being reduced. Q11 The Mental Health Act 1983 (MHA) dealt with the assessment, treatment and rights of people with mental health conditions and their…

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  • Family Climate

    The overarching topic from the readings for this week is that family climate plays a critical role in the success and longevity of family businesses. This topic is spread over nearly every reading for the week, including that from the textbook. In the article by Prof. Miller (from Frontiers in Psychology), family climate is broken down into three main categories: intergenerational style, family cohesion, and family process. From the readings, along with the research by Prof. Miller, it can be…

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  • The Effect Of The Fair Labor Standard Act Of 1983

    “On Saturday, June 25, 1938, to avoid pocket vetoes 9 days after Congress had adjourned, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed 121 bills.” (Grossman). This is the day the Fair Labor Standard Act of 1983 was born. The FLSA was made to save the U.S. from the Great Depression. This Act help ended the Depression the next year in 1939.The FLSA set up a minimum wage system that the employer have to pay the employees. As time went on so did the minimum wage, the wage steadily climb its way up as…

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  • Person Centred Care Essay

    With duties commonly encroaching upon personal life quality, carers are one service user group who would significantly benefit from informative information explaining rights. Aldbridge and Hughes (2016) report 1.2 million informal carers experience poverty because the demands of caring restricts working. Social and emotional support are key to overcoming pressures as stronger caring situations, like devoted and supportive mother/daughter, usually help each other achieve better outcomes (Reblin…

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  • Alice Walker's Essay 'In Search For Our Mothers' Gardens

    1.4. Womanism Womanism is a term coined by Alice Walker in her essay In Search for Our Mothers’ Gardens (1983). In her publication, the scholar defines womanism in four ways: first the term defines “a black feminist or feminist of color”, second it describes “a woman who loves other women, sexually and/or nonsexually” and third, as Walker states, womanism refers to a woman who “loves herself” and accepts herself fully (in Mazurek, 2009: 9). In her fourth definition, Walker states that the…

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  • Scarface Shame Of A Nation Comparative Analysis

    Both Scarface films are gangster films which makes pinpointing the theme of both films fairly easy. They are both filled with guns and violence so the theme stands out in both films. The overall theme in both movies is the rise and fall of crime kingpins through lies and deceit corruption, and murder. In Scarface 1983 it is about the rise of Tony Montana drug-empire and how he let money take over his life and eventually be the cause of his death in the end. In Shame of a nation it is about Tony…

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  • Christo And Jeanne-Claude's Art Analysis

    Christo and Jeanne Claude's were American's. They are environmental sculptures, noted for their contentious outdoor sculptures and enormous displays of fabrics and plastics. Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s huge, usually outdoor sculptures are provisional and require hundreds of subordinates in their construction. Their work look at the way viewers see them, including those who don't visit museums, these works force viewers to address questions concerning the nature of art. On May 7, 1983, the…

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  • SIMS V. Argovitz Case Study

    The DETROIT LIONS, INC. & SIMS v. ARGOVITZ case involve three separate parties: the defendant Jerry Argovitz, President of the Houston Gamblers, Inc.; the plaintiff Billy Sims, who was a running back for the Detroit Lions; and the Detroit Lions, a corporation and a professional American football team based in Detroit, Michigan. Jerry Argovitz was acting as Billy Sim’s agent when he was negotiating contracts between the Detroit Lions, Inc. and the Houston Gamblers, Inc. throughout the months of…

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