Originally posted by LeoVirgo
In all honesty, the more and more I ponder on this...the more I think this assignment just sucks.
I will do it..but I dont like it at all. I have had to write many papers...and none of them have been this vague.
Hiya, i think its vauge on purpose. part of the assignment to fill in all the gaps ...geech dont you watch "House"
what ever condition or illness it is you choose you will be right in context with the assignement and i think its
more about how you can arrive at your diagnosis than diagnosis itself. could be anxiety, depression, bipolar,
fibromyalga, throyide problem, yest infection, etc.
allthough you are not given too many facts on paper about this client, there are more to be deduced from the facts
Facts we know:
frequent visits to the medical clinic
Feeling of jitter
trouble focusing "at work"
Gaps we can fill deduced from the above after watching several episodes of Dr House:
Hispanic: are there any thing stats wise you know about hispanic ( is that spanish?) are more dispositioned to:
such as dietry trends, general lifestyle deductions - and im not being racist before anyone flames. also any stats
you know of on genes in "hispanics" ???? i dont know.
Female: and age 42: could be hormonal condition caused by some female thing i dont know anything about.
Age 42: Most psychological adhd, bi-polar, depressive, type problems would become apparent earlyier on in life.
dont they say early 20's is common. and to 30's (difference in men and women) thats when things surface usually .
so why is she only getting this now. maybe its not a "chemical problem" she is dispositioned to. could it be alien
factors.. sorry. i mean External factors . Diet, lifestyle, work pressure. marrage problem that have created the
unbalance. possible substance abuse? Well that dont add up to the type of person. substance abuse more like mid
20's type thing. cos being an accountant they are not wired up that way. Also women are more sensible arnt they
than men, and female accountant, age 42, well thats a fairly reasonable combination of sensible-ness at a time in
life when most have become more sensible
Accountant: typicall accountant type would be quite a studious person and pays good attention to detail. has Bunch
of certificates and reasonable qualified for job, this kind of person Like things to add up both sides of the
balance sheet must stack up and wont like to leave it unresolved. so we can say this carrys into personal life
behaviours, like making groceries lists, paying bills on time, keeping car taxed and serviced..etc. and hence
this kind of person may not like things to be out of balance, so i think this leads us to how long she has been
suffering with this condition. it wont be like she has been suffering with this for years and has been told to
live with it or has just accepted to live with it as these symptoms are the our of balance like a glaring amount
on company balance sheet.
Work enviroment we can deduce: Workplace probably office enviroment, sits a desk all day with computer, TFT
screens, Fluro lighting, Photopopier and plenty of electromagnetic radiations. Probably typical office chairs
nothing too fancy ergo chair like you would find in Architechts office thats good for posture. probalbly worked
as accountant for a good number of years so developed the classic posture so also we could deduce shallow breather
than say other person who works standing all day in a department store. Sits all; day infront of PC and under