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    and awareness. Patient with physical and intellectual disabilities are at a higher rate of being vulnerable to being mistreated by fellow peers on and off the unit. It is up to the staff of Sheppard Pratt to educate the clients of the unit to be mindful of individuals with differences. If Sheppard fail to step in and handle issues of discrimination, not limited to racial slurs, then we fail the clients. The clients will feel that it is ok to bully and that it is ok to get bullied. Sheppard Pratt staff must remember their core values and mission statement to protect clients daily and to promote healthy living practices. Sheppard Pratt of Ellicott City is the campus that I interned with. The campus is three times as small as the campus of Towson. Space is a major issue for staff to provide services. There are three main units on the Ellicott City campus as well as a Day Hospital. Each unit must have a nurse’s station, treatment team room, a quiet room, pt. rooms and space to conduct assessments and interviews with clients. Some of the units on the Ellicott City campus have only enough room to provide adequate services making it difficult for a social worker, a doctor and a discharge coordinator unable to meet with clients at the same time but in three different locations. The lack of space on some units causes for delays in staff meeting with clients to gather needed information such as completing a psychosocial. Client equipment also takes up a significant amount of space.…

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    Towson Reflective Essay

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    Coming to Towson was like entering a whole new world. It was my first time being away from home for more than a week. On top of that as an out of state student, I was starting fresh socially and geographically. As I have grown I have become a firm believer in learning from every experience, big or small. So, I can easily say that Towson has shaped me through the years; from learning the shuttle system, adjusting to roommates, and building stronger study habits. However, there is one specific…

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    Towson University Journey

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    Towson University is my dream college for several reasons” it’s a prestigious school and it’s affordable. The university is located in Baltimore which allows me to stay in Maryland. Thus, I’ll still be able to receive Maryland’s grants that will assist in making college more affordable. However, price isn’t the only reason why I have a desire to attend Towson. Towson offers countless opportunities for students interested in the medical field such as pre-medical program and pre-pharmacy advising.…

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    Case Study 1 AIT 652 Sache Bond Executive summary: Towson University is responsible for complying with both Federal and Maryland state laws. It is essential that all employees are aware that the proper procedures must be followed to ensure that the legal action remains unrevised once the legal hold notice is issued. The legal holds notice will inform all necessary employees of their new profound obligation as an employee. The notice refers you to the policy written on the legal hold…

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    Towson Town Center With the creation of the URDL in Baltimore County an issue and challenge for developers and planners was what are they going to develop with this new boundary. During the 1960’s and 70’s Towson (a town within Baltimore County) became a very popular residential area for people to move to after the invention of the automobile, which accelerated urban sprawl. Although when originally developed there was potential prosperity in this area but it did not thrive as expected, which…

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    Amy Poehler was born on September 16, 1971 in Burlington, Massachusetts. Ever since her college days, Poehler has always had an interest in performing and comedy. She began cultivating her acting talents when she joined a team of improvisational performers while attending Boston College (LeVasseur, 2016). Collectively, they were known as “‘My Mother’s Fleabag’” (LeVasseur, 2016). After she graduated college, Poehler went to Chicago where she joined the theater troupe, The Second City (LeVasseur,…

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    two or three excellent areas. Yet, most important of all, it shows how to solve a relevant issue that has an actual impact on the student. The first school I had considered was Towson University. In regards to their tuition costs for a full time semester comes to be $3,280 dollars (Towson University, Fall Semester). Furthermore, the commute is considerable since it takes approximately eighty minutes round trip and approximately sixty-two miles (Bing.com). This adds to the overall cost by…

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    India Afriyie Towson University Undergraduate Admissions Who Am I and Why Do I Want To Transfer to Towson University? Attempting to explain who you are is one of the most difficult things a person can do. Although you live with yourself everyday it is easy to get caught up with day to day processes and never truly analyze who you are. When I think about who I am, I try to ignore my day to day self and think about the parts of me that are constant all the time. The part of my life that I feel…

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    Ben Smith, a student from Towson University, successfully graduated. What is extraordinary, is that he was able to overcome barriers, challenges and struggles that came with having autism. Autism is estimated to have affected over 21 million people around the world. It impairs social interaction, and restricts certain verbal or non-verbal behaviors, oftentimes repetitive. But one student with diagnosed autism beat the odds. When he was two years old, Ben Smith was diagnosed with autism. At an…

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    When I was thirteen, my sisters and I tried our hand at filmmaking by entering in Harford County Public Library's book trailer video contest. Our first ever film went on to win second place. With this newfound interest in film, I began spending several hours each week volunteering in the video production department at my church. This volunteer position enhanced my skills and showed me how filmmaking can be used as a powerful agent for social good. When I began my college journey at the age of…

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