Unformatted text preview: with Mrs. W’s situation is having her daughter come and live with her to care for her. Although, the case worker cannot make this happen, it would be a better alternative than having strangers take care of her. The widow lives by herslf in a two story home. I would guess that the house is big enough for the daughter and her three kids. The daughter works an entry-level job that can easily be replaced anywhere in the United States. This would give the daughter a shared cost of living so she could support her children for cheaper and still be able to help her mother. This is a lot of responsibility, but she should make exceptions for her mother. There are no changes that I can see from the case workers perspective. She is doing everything in her power to make this woman’s life as easy as possible for her. The case worker cannot provide her with more income or give her medical attention for free so her hands are tied....
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- Spring '10
- Long-term care, Care of residents, case workers, Mrs. W