This paper will provide information regarding the personal interview with Mrs. S. B, a social worker who works in one of the long-term care facilities in Ca. She has been working with the company for almost ten years now. She has an associate’s degree in Human Services, which she earned from a community college. At present, she works as one of the department heads in charge of the social services department.
What type of agency do you work for?
Mrs. S B works in one of the long-term care facilities located in , Ca. She is one of the department heads that run the social services department. The facility she works at has a total of 299 beds and houses mostly the elderly. It is divided into three stations. Stations one and two are the SNF (skilled nursing facility) stations and station three is the sub-acute station. Residents who are ambulatory, mobile, or need short-term or long-term care, go to station one or two. Residents who are on a ventilator or have tracheostomy go to station three. As mentioned earlier, most of the residents are elderly but they also have younger residents, most of whom reside in station three.
What do you consider to be the main focus of your job (such as case management, advocacy, counseling, or problem solving)
Mrs. Sai works with all the residents in the facility as well as their families. Her main duties and responsibilities are counseling and advocating for the residents and their families, and aiding with whatever they may need. She works as a residential counselor, client and family advocate and gerontology aide.
What does a typical day of work look like? Please describe. Mrs. Sai check-in the new patient who just arrived from the hospital, checks the chart and calls the family when needed. She is the one who schedules appointments as well and set ups access rides for their doctor’s appointment. Mrs. Sai also makes referrals for mental health services or to a homecare agency and coordinate discharge...
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