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Unformatted text preview: worked in group homes so I got to see it firsthand. Morally it was wrong and I believe it was wrong logically as well. Treating them poorly did nothing to help them get better or control the behaviors they would have. I immediately took a position; I could see that it was wrong the problem was that it was common. I used both logic and my morals to make this decision. I knew it was wrong and it made no sense to me on a logical level to do it. I made a decision to help do something about it. First I refused to treat them that way even though it was common. I reported every time I observed another staff person do it. Finally they got tired of state coming out so it did decline but not much. Then we started some coalition groups to help make sure that it did not take place. While it has not solved the problem completely it has made it better....
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course GENERAL Gen105 taught by Professor Smith during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.
- Summer '11