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I have written out each paragraph all I nee you to is redo in proof read, do in APA and add a reference to each paragraph.

Week 1 video response Good Morning Ms. Kelsey the process that you are referring to is called OPC. Order of protective Custody. Many schools resource officer and police officer that bring kids in already have the order written out are they do one while sitting in our lobby. Majority of the kids that are OPC are the ones that schools will not let return to school without an eval from a social worker or Therapist. Sometimes parents are feed up with their child and do not want to deal with the length process. The juvenile protocol is somewhat different than those hear at Dallas County. The parents bring their kids in for an eval from a recommendation that their Therapist but once they receive an eval from one of our Social Workers sometimes recommendation differ from ours and the juvenile are release back the same day to the juvenile dept. We have found that doing the assessment many of the kids lie to the therapist at the juvenile department just to get away from there and many of them know that they have a friend in therapy they also lie thinking that will get them with their friend. Once they let us know they are trying to get away for certain reason outside of dealing with there crisis we send them back to detention. We also notify the Social Worker on duty and staff the case with them to help inform the kid intention of coming here. The social worker then informed their parents of what happened. Thank you for providing a good detailed video. Good Morning Shayla the big brother and big sister program sounds like one of our agencies we have here at Dallas Behavioral. Which is called Adapt, they act as big brother and sister of our facility for patients that don't meet the needs of our program. They step in and find other alternatives for the clients and sometimes refer them to mentoring programs. If they do meet the needs of our program they step up and pay all fees for the clients. Also, the Big Brother Big Sister program help provide resource to families to help them meet their basic needs for as clothing, food, and medical services if they need them. Many of the organization that I have visited in the Dallas area are very different in practice and how they run their program. Majority of the mentoring program must make good sound decision to keep the program up and running and try to be very careful and no run off the client. Some must cater to some of their client that love to come to the program to keep them coming. Majority of mentoring program do get there funding from Big Brother Big Sister budget, so they must keep their number up to keep funding coming in. Big Brother Big Sister takes pride in choosing there recipient carefully of who they give their funds to because they are representing them in the community. It is very imperative that their image stay intact.
Hello Kelsey, ----Week 4 process video response We at Dallas Behavioral Health also go through what is called Soma it is a form of all three interventions that you mention. Whenever a patient has any problems if the client goes through a crisis we have someone are we find someone that patient is comfortable with help the patient through what ever crisis they are going through. The next one is verbal de-escalation we use this one first to have the patient calm there selves down by talking to them and hopefully that person calm down without the use of hands on. The last one is physical restraint; this form is used at a last result if the patient can no calm down own their own are wanting to cause harm to themselves are other we only then go into a full physical restraint but only if someone else is there to assist with the restraint. If no one else is there to assist verbal de-escalation must be used until someone comes to assist. We do have a code team in the building for what we call code 10 over the intercom. Once code 10 is called the code team arrive and take over where the tech has left off and go from there. Also, there doctor must be called and informed of the patient behavior so if he wants to give additional medication are whatever he orders for the patient behavior. If the patient is an adolescent the parent and the treatment team must be notified. Hello Shayla The Big Brother and Big Sister program are a big plus in any community, majority of all at risk youth need a big brother are a big sister if they do not have one are there own family are doing there own thing and forget about their younger siblings need them for guidance. We have a lot of single mother who are experiencing hardship are on drug and do not give their kids the help and guidance they need while growing up. Also, I have a non-profit program for at risk youth ever summer we do a feeding programs and provide breakfast, lunch and a snack bag for the kids to take home. Some summer programs we have extra funds left over from the feeding program, so we can help send the kids to swimming camp to help kids from age 5-18 learn to swim with a trained life guard at a local college in the area. They really enjoy playing in the water having a good time learning to swim. We also secure grants to help with kids with back to school clothing and immunization shots. We hand pick the kids that really need the cloths and shoes for back to school. Now that job is very hard to do because we know many children need cloths and shoes to look and feel good for schools. That really helps with the kids self-esteem and motivate them to want to go to school and make good grades.
Legal Concerns Doing an assessment, a patient became upset and thought we were violating his rights. Because the Dallas Police brought the patient in for wanting to harm his self. Now he was explained the process to him as I always do while he was handcuffed. The patient was told he has the right to call a lawyer or have a lawyer appointed to represent him in a hearing to determine whether he must remain in custody until a hearing on court -ordered mental health services is held. The patient became very upset and started cursing and yelling. The police officer was still present and explained to him any person that are brought in on an APOWW which is an Emergency Detention Warrant does not always have to stay. You must go through the process and if a social worker feels are think you will cause harm to yourself are others you will be put on an OPC Order of Protective Custody until the doctor decides that you don't need to stay. After the brief melt down the patient became calm and the officer took off the hand cuffs. All these court- ordered services are outlined in the Texas Health and Safety Services Code 573.022 After a brief assessment with the social worker the patient anxiety level and concern for his safety drop became second hand. The next step for the patient was for him to receive another assessment from adapt because he did not have insurance. If the OPC was valid from what he was brought in on Adapt will assess and fund the patient stay. Adapt is another part of intake that helps with patient that does not have insurance and no income. They would help secure the patient a bed and pay for the patient services while they are in the hospital. The patient information will be input in the computer for them to see one of the doctors and a 10-minute session with the doctor the patient will then have orders. Once the patient has order they are then assigned a room, nurse and a doctor that they will see in person on a day to day basic until the patient get discharged. Sometimes other legal concerns arise when the patient gets to the unit and become impatient. The patient thinks their rights are being violated and start acting out to get attention jumping the counter, kicking door and calling 911. The patient advocate must be called to the unit and the patient rights must explained to them reassuring them everyone is not out to hurt them are wanting them to stay additional days in the hospital. By the time patient gets discharge the treatment team comes in and make sure all the patient rights and their stay have been met if not they see what they can do to help the patient feel comfortable before they are discharged. Once discharged the patient receive meds and a taxi cad where ever they want to go if it a good address and someone there can do a safety plan.

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Response to Kelsey

We at Dallas Behavioral Health also go through what is called Soma. It is a form of all
three interventions that you mention. Whenever a patient has any problems if the client goes
through a crisis, we find someone that patient is comfortable with to help the patient through
whatever crisis they are going through (Moore & Pfaff, 2017).
The next one is verbal de-escalation (Moore & Pfaff, 2017). We use this one first to have
the patient calm themselves down by talking to them and hopefully that person calm down
without the use of the hands-on approach. The last one is physical restraint. This form is used as
a last resort if the patient cannot calm down on their own or want to cause harm to themselves
(Boulger, Werman & Pinto, 2017). We only then go into a full physical restraint but only if
someone else is there to assist with the restraint. If no one else is there to assist verbal deescalation must be used until someone comes to assist.
We do have a code team in the building for what we call code ten over the intercom
(Boulger, Werman & Pinto, 2017). Once code ten is called the code team arrives and takes over
where the tech has left off and gone on from there. Their doctor must be called and informed of
the patient behavior if he wants to give additional medication or whatever he orders for the
patient behavior. If the patient is an adolescent, the parent and the treatment team must be
notified.
Response to Shayla
The Big Brother and Big Sister program are a big plus in any community. Majority of all
youth at risk need a big brother or a big sister if they do not have one or their families are doing

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their things and forget that their younger siblings need them for guidance (Larose et al., 2015).
We have a lot of single mothers who are experiencing hardships, are on drugs, and do not give
their kids the help and guidance they need while growing up.
At the same time, I have a non-profit program for “at-risk youth (Larose et al., 2015).
Every summer we do feeding programs and provide breakfast, lunch and...

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