I'm not particularly sure what you mean but if your talking about basic needs then yes do what ever it is to help out your help will be greatly appreciated sometimes it's hard for parents to do what is necessary for their kids who have learning disability so yes help if you can. Social Sevices or Human Services wouldbe the people to talk to. If he is at school see if you can talk to one of his teachers. Persons who are mentally challenged are eligible to receive many forms of public assistance including Medicare, Medicaid and other government aid and resources. In such situations a case worker is assigned to oversee the personal care of the mentally challenged person including educational and physical therapy, special medical needs and so forth. If the family is not receiving such aid it may be due to the fact that the parents/caregivers are not aware of the assistance that is available. The state's department of family and human services can assist in whatever matter is needed, telephone numbers can be found in the "state government pages" of the local phone directory. Before making the conclusion that said person is not getting what is needed, one must be very certain what those needs are. If the person is not being kept healthy by proper diet and hygiene, not receiving needed medical or dental care, or there are signs of abuse or neglect it is a serious problem and it should be reported at once. On the other hand it may be a misunderstanding of what the person's needs are by those who are not schooled in the care of the mentally handicapped. One option might be to communicate to the parent(s) one's concerns about the care being given and try to find an equitable solution before involving outside agencies. Depending on the degeree of "needs not met", there are a few things you could do to help. Ask the mother if she is aware of assistance available for special needs children and adults. If not, help her make some phone calls to various agencies; state and town etc... Sometimes it can be overwhelming for a mother of someone with special needs, and a little help can go a long way. Some parents a against any help from "outsiders". If there is outright neglect or abuse, you should call the state and find out which agency could help the situation. No child or adult should be abused or neglected, and the penalty is higher for abuse/neglect of the elderly and hanicapped. If the situation is high priority (abuse, serious neglect, serious lack of ordinary care), the person may need to be removed from their current living conditions. ANOTHER POINT of view is that it is a FELONY to abuse and/or neglect a person with MENTAL RETARDATION,, you can help your cousin by contacting the State Agency that protects people with retardation. They will investigate and if they find the handicapped person IS being neglected, they can help the parent to meet the necessary laws of proper care and/or help them get out of that situation....Best of luck...you are doing your cousin a BIG favor by helping them out. Do NOT call it retardation that word is not acceptable any more. The question you have to ask youself is how your cousin is being neglected or treated. If the situation is minor and your cousins carer is finding it difficult to look after your cousin on their own, or even with the help of family, there are polenty of care services that can help. Asking at the school or asking a social worker, if they have one, is a good place to start. If the situation is harming your cousins development, or mental, or physical help you may want to bypass your cousins carer and go to through the school or social worker and they will be able to assess the situation proffessionally and set in place what supports or actions that are needed.
If someone is mentally challenged, it means they have 'special needs' or autism.
They are often called mentally challenged, intellectually challenged, or people with special needs.
Mentally challenged, learning disabled, developmentally delayed, special needs, learning delayed,...or simply disabled. Retarded and slow are demeaning.
The answer to your question will vary, depending on the extent of the power that you've been granted, and the capacity of your mother at the time she named you as an agent, as well as the language of the document itself. There are different types -- or "levels" -- granted by a "Power of Attorney" document.Because you've mentioned that your mother is "mentally challenged," it is possible that the POA you hold is no longer valid. If it was granted before she became mentally incompetent (IF she is mentally incompetent), and if the document doesn't declare your responsibilities "in the event of her mental incapacitation," the document is likely void.If your mother is mentally incapacitated, she cannot grant Power of Attorney to anyone, including you. Rather, someone needs to file a petition to be named as her legal guardian.Because there are so many variables, and because laws vary from state to state, you need to consult an attorney in your area. You should be able to meet with an attorney for an initial consultation without any charge to you.
squeaky is the fastest thing on two feet she has a mentally challenged older brother that needs care also she needs to maintain her reputation and protect Raymond from Gretchen and her crew. she enter the race and Raymond falls and dies also squeaky does suicide.
If they are physically and mentally fit then there is nothing that needs to be cured.
You need to be emotionally, mentally and socially healthy. It is because it keeps you stable in society.
Physiological needs deal with what the body needs in order to function efficiently. Psychological needs deal with what a person needs to mentally feel good.
the field of social work is only limited, by the individuals schooling. A clinical social worker may work with mentally challenged or child welfare cases, or the needs of everyday struggles
Mother needs moral support from her husband and family as she face motherhood experience.
Yes, mother earth do needs a hero. A hero to save the whole entire planet.
a person who can be a care taker for the mentally disabled are nurses with an experience of taking care of them in the first place or a medical facility that has a specialist for this people and their needs
deaf blind special needs and mentally ill.
you will lose all your strengths and feel mentally weak.
In a simple phrase...NOT VERY.
Because whatever the growing baby needs has to come from what the mother is eating. If the mother isn't eating what the baby needs, the baby doesn't get it.
my baby cousin needs to get her ears peirce
they have server mental problems and needs to see a doctor.
The Child Needs a Mother - 1915 was released on: USA: 7 July 1915
everybody needs atleast someone there for them.reather it is a friend mother father uncle aunt cousin sister or brother even your school counciler.friends are there to comfort you when you are in trouble or just having a hard time.no you do not need a friend.
It really depends on the person and what illness it was. but the thing to remember is being mentally ill is an illness and needs treating, you wouldn't leave a broken leg would you ?
NO, and anyone who truly desires to marry their mother, needs some counseling.
Mother country? Needs to be explained a bit.
If the babies mother wants the baby to have your cousins last name then the baby can. When the baby is registered if the baby's mother takes the baby on her own then only her name can appear on the birth certificate and the baby will take her surname. If your cousin wants his name on then he needs to go to get her registered as well and then the baby can have his surname.