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  • Ethical Dilemmas In Foster Care

    During the first meeting the case manager, adhering to Standard 3 of the National Organization of Human Services (NOHS) ethical code, will thoroughly explain the client right to privacy and confidentiality as well as the limits of both (NOHS, 2015). In addition, discussion about the state’s legal limitations and expectations, as they relate to parental right to know, will occur. Covering these topics with the family is necessary…

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  • Human Services Career Path

    Listed below are the average starting wages dependent upon each level of education. Each level of education builds upon the one previous (National Organization of Human Services (NOHS)). Associates Degree $31,000 Bachelor’s Degree $44,000 Master’s Program $60,000 Licensed $76,000 I will obtain my Associates Degree in May of 2018. I intend to continue my degree at the University of South Carolina – Upstate where I will gain my…

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  • Gray's Case Study

    In regard to Gray’s environment influencing his conduct and his determination –reaching his mother played an important part, her non-ability of being responsible for Hillary and Gray left him hopeless. Referable to the fact that they were inadequate and his mother did not appear to be doing anything about the financial standing or encourage Gray to remain in school and try to perform the best that he can. Furthermore, the fact that his mother brought home random “new boyfriends” in a drunken way…

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  • Yamauba's Cannibalism In 'Spirited Away'

    Yamauba are generally endowed with supernatural powers. In the Medieval Noh text entitled Yamamba, the protagonist Yamauba makes use of her supernatural vigor to darken the sky in order that the courtesan who's reputed to be just right at yamamba dance would be compelled to spend a night at her lodging. In Spirited Away, Yubaba is an ancient lady with white hair who controls her staff via the vigor of language and magic. She’s freely able to turn humans into animals and consume them, which in a…

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  • Bone Of Blood And Macbeth Comparison

    Destiny Jones English 12 Period 4 February 26th, 2017 Unit 3 Comparison Essay: Topic 3 The adaptation of a play by Shakespeare to a film of a different culture can only be done if done correctly. Akira Kurosawa managed to do this flawlessly by creating “Throne of Blood” uniquely, but also along a similar storyline of the famous play “The Tragedy of Macbeth” by William Shakespeare. Kurosawa saw a chance to accomodate 16th century Japan to what was happening in Scotland during the 11th century,…

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  • Samurai Culture Research Paper

    role in their lives. Due to this, the samurai appeared as actors in plays and supported art in the community. The actors performed in the Noh theatre because it appealed to the aesthetic of the samurai class. This is because samurai were trained by painting, calligraphy, poetry, flower-arranging and the tea ceremony. Also, the played that were presented in the Noh theatre reflected samurai history. As samurai afforded the art of women, female beauty ‘contrasted to the austerity of the samurai…

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  • Person-Centered Counseling: A Case Study

    It takes a lot of time and hard work to achieve the position of a Child and family welfare agent. Providing services to the populations takes a lot of skill, research, and compassion. Starting out in the human services field can be scary, intimidating, and difficult. Reaching out to the community and providing services is more than just helping a person in need. To reach to potential needed to become a supervisor, director, or possibly an executive director of a human services agency, one must…

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  • Ethical Dilemmas: What Ethics Means To Me?

    Demonstrate professional behavior consistent with NOHS’s ethical standards. a. The assignment that made me aware of this competency was speaker Tammy Wilson b. The NOHS standards need to be followed at all times. If you take work home, it’s in a locked briefcase. This was mandated by HIPPA. 10. Adhere to state and federal laws pertaining to human service practice and profession. a. The debate was the assignment…

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  • Career Counseling: A Case Study

    human needs through an interdisciplinary knowledge base, focusing on prevention as well as remediation of problems, and maintaining a commitment to improving the overall quality of life of service populations” (National Organization for Human Services [NOHS], n.d., para. 1). Human service providers work in many different work setting, such as in community, residential care, counseling departments, institution setting, or etc... “The type of assistance they offer caries by client group, the…

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  • Summary Of Dualism In Atsumori

    In the beginning, Kumagae was a general, was from the Minamoto Clan engulfed in a great civil war against the Taira or Heike Clan. The Heike clan were an aristocratic group full of cultural refinement and arrogance. Their defeat was imminent, for the Minamoto clan slowly restored order and peace through strategic military actions. Through Atsumori’s story, a member of the Heike clan, the buddhist ideals of reconciliation and enlightenment are embedded as social messages. In the beginning, as…

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