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(Nursing Simulation Generator, 2018)Casper Park District is the most populous neighborhood with 63% white and 24% Hispanic or Latino ethnicity. I stopped by at ABC daycare which offers low-cost daycare in the city. The buildings and the roads appear to be in better shape than in Industrial Heights. There are trees with bench for picnics, but there’s also trash outside the buildings. The Affordable Housing Project is located in this neighborhood providing low-cost housing. There are police officers patrolling the community. People walking around and socializing. There’s a bus stop with bench and covered waiting area. There’s a small sushi place and a barber shop in the neighborhood. (Nursing Simulation Generator, 2018)Acer Tech’s primary ethnicity is 70.2% white and 13.7% Hispanic or Latino residents. As I drove by this neighborhood, I noticed that there’s more signs of industrialization. Buildings looksbetter maintained and lawn have green grass. There’s an Italian restaurant, a coffee shop, a fruitand vegetable stand. The City Center Historic Hotel is located here within walking distance from Lilly’s Restaurant. There are more people outside their homes; talking to each other, socializing and sitting under a tree in public areas. I met Julia Benjamin and she mentioned some issues in the neighborhood; like the increasing homelessness, crime rates, smoking and alcohol use among students, and the lack of resources for disabled veterans. Zaira Abdallah also lives in this neighborhood with her parents; her family are originally from India. Zaira’s mother is a cashier earning a minimum wage and her father is unemployed due to a stroke last year which causes him to have depression. (Nursing Simulation Generator, 2018) Nightingale Square has the highest median income level, but some buildings are also in need of repair, there’s no designated parking area, graffiti on buildings, a lot of trash outside of buildings, and rats running around. I met Anna Jordan, a retired elementary school teacher. Anna is homosexual, but doesn’t like people to know because said that the neighborhood is very traditional. She mentioned that the senior center offers resources for senior citizen but concerned about the lack of transportation. I also met the Pham family in front of the Palace multi-unit condominium. Hein and her husband Quang and their 2 kids are originally from Vietnam, they own a small nail salon. Hein stated that limited English is one of her challenges when they move to the USA, but she is happy to find ingredients to make her authentic homecooked meals from local stores. Hein shows some signs of domestic abuse with bruises on both arms. Alicia Clark, the woman on her wheelchair in front of the Department of Public Health; she is disabled and unemployed, she has multiple sclerosis and is now wheelchair bound. She receives a monthly disability benefits of $350. Her husband is her primary caregiver and her neighbor Ellen stays with her for 2-3 hours until her husband gets home from work; she

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