Meanwhile, Barbara Ann quickly made her way out of the hospital, not knowing where she was going. She was holding her side, for her ribs hurt…a LOT! She walked east of the hospital, and soon ended up on Highland Avenue, traveling south. She kept looking around for the police, but saw no one. Therefore, she turned her attention to the constant hunger pangs in her stomach. She thought that if she could just get something to eat, she would feel better, and would be able to think better.
Just as she saw RIFA’s sign about 75 yards away, the pain overtook her and she slumped to the ground.
A few hours later, two homeless men passed her slumped body and they decided to help her. They resuscitated her, and allowed her to tell her story once again. The men found some food for her, and since they were afraid that she would surely die if she continued alone, they promised to “take care of her” if she would come with them. Barbara Ann touched her now full stomach, and agreed to go with them.
Address the following:
1) Capture your initial thoughts/impressions. What are your first impressions about Barbara Ann now? What concerns you about this client?
2) Apply the Strengths Perspective to this client/situation.
3) If you were the social worker, what would you have done differently?
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