Tag Archives: documentation

The Detective

Process problem in disguise. Whipping your detective’s cap and do your due diligence. Obsessively document what you already doing. Zoom in on the recurring hiccups the cracks in communication Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes … Continue reading

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In Case of Emergency…

The last thing you want to do is spend precious time searching the house for important documents. If you already have your important papers in a fireproof safe or safe-deposit box, good for you! If not, consider putting together an … Continue reading

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Workplace Discrimination

When Tanya Warrants* got a plant supervisor job in Pittsburgh in the early 1980s, she was the first black female manager in her company. I experienced sexism and racism all the time, says the 59 year-old, who still works there. … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Notes: Clinical Documentation

My career journal is filled with scraps of paper, my dreams, countless questions, and thoughts; all of which bring a flood of memories with one powerful statement, which is “I wish someone would have told me this.” So, I’ll be … Continue reading

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Clinical Documentation

Write known facts and descriptions, NOT opinions and assumptions. Write for an audience that includes your client and his/her attorney. Good documentation establishes accountability and evidence of the services provided. The social work record should provide accurate and appropriate information about the client’s situation. … Continue reading

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