I then discussed with Molly her capabilities of managing on her own, and the risks of managing on her own due to her mobility which was very slow.
The reason for the discussion was to avoid a system which takes away her too much responsibility for action from the client.
Molly felt that she was discriminated and wasn’t understood.
As Mollys was chatting me, I explained that I would try as best as I could to help her and would also ask for opinion from my supervise, so as to be sure I am in the right direction.
An attachment is a bond an intense emotional relationship that is specific to two people., that endures over time in which prolonged separation from the partner is accompanied by stress and sorrow.
On my reflection of this incident I felt that the approach that I took was correct that this situation I could do no more for Molly except to make sure care management is providing enough service to meet her needs.
I empowered Moll by helping to understand why things have happened the way there have and that her carer had left and because of confidentiality could not tell her the reason, I found a way in which she could gain control over at least some aspects of her life. After two weeks of having no answer, Molly and I rang social services as she was desparate to get her pension she then called care management, information didn’t seem to have been passed due to poor communication, Molly was transfared from one department to another I made Molly feel I have been there for her by listening and being sympathetic Egan(2001) stated that by listening carefully with calm considerate and courteous attitude communication is an aspect of social work which must be strongly emphasised.
I was a friendly face to talk to, for Molly to share her fears and concerns with, I was not there to criticise or judge or even pass comments; I was there for Molly to unload her burden and get her to take the right person example care manage and housing I helped Molly to make a list of problems that we could work to achieve together.
I raised Molly`s self-esteem and relieved her feelings of depression.
As it was important to realise that Molly social circumstance I used a psychosocial approach which according to Coulshed and Orme (1998) a treatment process process which included establishing a relationship, building ego support via clients identification with the workers strengths helping the client to grow in terms of identity and selfawareness and working In future if anything like this happens to me whilst working, I feel that it will be very important not to let the situation to escalate to such a degree.