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Transcript: Hobbies and Interests Right now, I work for the city of Hamilton as a lifeguard and swim instructor. I teach children from the ages of 3-14. When I am not in the water correcting the strokes of my students, I am watching over the pool located at Ancaster High School. As you know, swimming is a huge part of my life, so you could say I love my job. Family Background Interesting Fact About Me In my lifetime, I have been to Rome, Italy, Germany, France, England, Switzerland, Buffalo, Montreal, Ottawa and Egypt. I own two houses in Egypt and have lots of family there. I have been to Egypt the most times out of all those places. I love to draw. In my spare time nothing is more amusing to me than drawing a portrait of Marilyn Munroe with a hot cup of tea beside me. I also love being around children, I love to babysit. Music is also a huge part of my life. It can change my mood drastically. I always have my headphones close by! Starting two years before I entered high school, I swam competitively on the Hamilton Aquatic Club. (HAC) As soon as I began high school I joined the swim team. In grade 11 I won the award for most valuable player, the same year we won the championships! Swimming has always been a huge part of my life. My father is the best chef in the world. He has been the manager of his fair share of restaurants around the world. I always come home to a new and unique gourmet meal. Despite my fathers wonderful cooking, I will never hesitate to go out for sushi, mexican food or thai food. In all honesty, I don't think there's a food I don't like! Favourite foods All About Me Part-time Job Clubs/Sports My dream was to always follow in my mothers foot steps. Once I finish this year of High school, I plan to leave Hamilton and pursue a nursing diploma/degree. I am the youngest of 5. I have 3 brothers and 1 sister. 2 of my brothers are married, one has 3 children and the other is waiting for their first. I have wonderful parents. My mom is an ICU nurse at St. Josephs Hospital and my dad a correctional officer at the Barton St. jail. I love my big happy family. My mother is French Canadian and my father is Egyptian. I was born here in Hamilton. At home I speak French as well as English. Dream Job


Transcript: YEARS SERVED Joseph Story born on September 18, 1779 in Marblehead, Massachusetts. He was the first born of elven children of the second marriage. . His father Dr. Elisha Story was a member of the Sons Of Liberty and took part of the Boston Tea Party in 1773. Story married Sarah Waldo Wetmore, the daughter of Judge William Wetmore of Boston. They had seven children but only two survived until adulthood (Mary and William Wetmore). POSITION ON THE COURT Supreme Court Justice: Joseph Story One case that Joseph Story was a part of was the Amistad Case. Story was the author of the opinion of the Amistad Case. The Amistad was a case resulting from the rebellion of Africans on board the Spanish ship, La Amistad, in 1839. Illegally purchased African slaves being transported from Cuba killed two crew members and were able to get control of the ship and direct it to Africa. EDUCATION Story served 33 years, 7 months, and 7 days. FAMILY BACKGROUND AMISTAD CASE Story was the Associate Justice on the court. WHO WAS JOSEPH STORY NOMINATED BY? Alyssa Kafarski Joseph Story's reason for leaving the Supreme Court was death. He died on September 10, 1845. SOURCES Joseph was nominated by James Madison on November 15, 1811. REASON FOR LEAVING Joseph studied at Marblehead Academy until fall in 1794 when he was taught by schoolmaster William Harris. Later he was accepted into Harvard University in Janurary 1795. While at Harvard, Story joined a student-run literary review, and was accepted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society. He graduated in 1798, second in his class. He was then admitted to the bar at Salem, Massachusetts in 1801

Family Background

Transcript: Questions How is her family coping with her being at rehabilitation center for the second time Issues Family Background Extent of positive perception of current life circumstances Aphasia from her left frontal stroke in 2012 Monitored for potential diagnosis of depression Interventions Can you propose an alternative interpretation to that of depression? Schedule follow-ups at indicated times, using the identified NOC rating scales to guide evaluations Depression is a serious condition in stroke patients as it has “an average prevalence of 33% across studies... and post-stroke depression is associated with poorer rehabilitation outcomes and worse health-related quality of life” 1. Tamplin, J., Baker, F. A., Jones, B., Way, A., & Stuart, L. (2013). ‘Stroke a Chord’: The effect of singing in a community choir on mood and social engagement for people living with aphasia following a stroke. NeuroRehabilitation, 32(4), 929-941. 2. Corsten, S., Konradi, J., Schimpf, E., Hardering, F., & Keilmann, A. (2013). Improving quality of life in aphasia—Evidence for the effectiveness of the biographic-narrative approach. Aphasiology, 1-13. 3. Maratos, A. S., Gold, C., Wang, X., & Crawford, M. J. (2007). Music therapy for depression. The Cochrane Library Plus, (4). 4. Robinson, R. G., & Benson, D. F. (1981). Depression in aphasic patients: frequency, severity, and clinical-pathological correlations. Brain and Language, 14(2), 282-291. (too old) 5. Bradt, J., Magee, W. L., Dileo, C., Wheeler, B., & McGilloway, E. (2010). Music therapy for acquired brain injury. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (7). Music Therapy Lack of communication Social isolation Decreased motivation for rehabilitation Pronounced decrease in quality of life due to the hindrance of identity recollection Identity is created through social interaction with others, telling life stories, and affirming identity through developing the meaning of life * Depression is a common result when language is impaired * Clients dealing with aphasia have a difficult time communicating their needs and thoughts, which subsequently creates emotional distress and frustration What examples can you find to provide evidence that aphasia might be a factor that contributes to her depression? Chosen based on potential to improve confidence, positive moods, social interactions, sense of belonging and self esteem What evidence is there that shows client's frustration with aphasia? Co-morbidity Family Issues What questions did you ask in regards to the issue that are/were critical in understanding the health/social issue and its impact on the family? Extent of understanding conveyed about depression, its treatment, and the prevention of complications Evaluation Providing for safety, stabilization, recovery, maintanence of a patient who is experiencing dysfunction depressed or elevated mood How would you continue to motivate client to participate in rehabilitation if the client is depressed? Evidence of Interventions Timeframe How would you describe the frustration the client is having with aphasia? Nursing Interventions Classification Extent of understanding conveyed about depression, its treatment, and the prevention of complications What is the relationship between aphasia and depression in stroke patients? How would you compare standard care therapy with music therapy? Stroke, Aphasia and Depression Goals & Outcome Choir group Demographic Frustration and outbursts of crying as a result of her inability to communicate with the staff and fellow clients Eventual withdrawals from her social environment, including rehabilitation, due to her inability to cope with her current medical conditions, like aphasia. Interest in music (keyboard and CD player in her room) Therapist assistant brought client to her room and started singing with her Intervention Using music to help achieve a specific change in behavior, feeling, or physiology How does her son having a heart attack influence the clients' condition? What approach would the son use to communicate with the client who has aphasia? Melodic intonation therapy Choir group Structural therapeutic setting 1 Month 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year 2 Years 5 Years Evaluation Evaluate contribution of incorporating her interest to rehabilitation Peer reviewed articles (no older than 2005) (Cobley, Thomas, Lincoln & Walker, 2011, p. 373). Music therapy 1. Music Therapy (4000) 2. Mood Management (5330) Melodic Intonation Therapy What might happen if client's depression-like symptoms are not addressed? Left pons stoke (2014) Left frontal stroke (2012) Anemia (Iron deficiency) Atrial fibrillation Osteoporosis Angiodysplasia Age: 89 Lives in Calgary, born in Munich, Germany Widowed for 18 years Primary Language is German English is second language Completed high school Geriatric Depression Scale: 11/15 Diagnosis For implementating and achieving goals and outcomes Hoping to reduce the feelings of family burden and maintain positive and supportive family

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