Health care experiences for recent Latino immigrants in Midwest communities. It is important for practitioners to be knowledgeable and conscientious of the impact of language barriers experienced by terminally ill Hispanics and to intervene with culturally appropriate practice approaches.
Furthermore, it would be impossible to obtain a true picture of the experience without the social context in which the care was provided. Fortunately, this was achieved in the study. To further understand this phenomenon, the present research uses a case study approach to exploring factors that influence hospice use among Hispanics currently receiving care.
The hospice sent him. Case studies for learning. Social Work in Health Care. Amy was 12 when she came to Hawaii. However, care gradually shifted to hospitals, where diagnosis, treatment, and cure were emphasized and the focus was on the physical condition of the dying person.
Perceived expectations for acculturation: Studies have identified several issues related to hospice access and use by these two groups, with lack of diverse staff and cultural barriers as being two important factors Bullock, ; Carrion, Together we read books about famous Chinese.
It was difficult to provide optimal care when language was a barrier. Solving Latino psychosocial and health problems: To this end, observations were documented and interviews with family members were conducted by the native Spanish speaking researcher, and were then audio-taped, transcribed, and translated from Spanish into English.
I thought hard and consulted with my husband in Canada. The staff, patients, and family members were informed about the research study and volunteered to participate. Respondents rated their ability to carry on a conversation in Spanish and how well they can read a book or newspaper written in Spanish.
Such barriers are reflected in the story told by Dominga, who was born in Puerto Rico.Case Study on Being Bilingual in America The participant was my daughter, Amy. As soon as she arrived in Hawaii, USA, from Mainland China in July Feb 01, · In existing research regarding Hispanics and hospice, a case study approach has not been used.
social workers, and other staff. She also added “I only get one thousand dollars a year extra for being bilingual; I'm going to go to human resources and ask them to take their money.” FL United States of America.
Karen. She came to the program fully expecting to study the extent to which her bilingual brain was adapted to succeed.
they found that it wasn’t so much a case of switching faster as it was being. The Needs of Educators in Intercultural and Bilingual Preschools in Chile: A Case Study case study focuses on teachers’ perceptions of their preparation to teach being open to the world.
Teachers know about: Indigenous and dominant languages. Hispanics in the United States break down into three groups when it comes to their use of language: 36% are bilingual, 25% mainly use English and 38% mainly use Spanish.
Among those who speak English, 59% are bilingual. but this is less the case in later immigrant generations.
Hispanic Apr 20, Rise in English proficiency among U.S. Let us write or edit the case study on your topic "Issues Related to Bilingual Education in the United States" with a personal 20% discount. GRAB THE BEST PAPER. Again, it is documented that there are more than languages being spoken in America.
The schools in America have witnessed diversity in the past twenty five years.Download