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THE CARE-GIVER
by Richard Christopher Criso Suarez

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IF ANYONE FINDS THEMSELVES BEING HARASSED FOR DOING A GOOD JOB AT TAKING CARE OF ONE OF YOUR LOVED ONES, PLEASE CONTACT ME


I am writing this to emphasize what has taken place in my life and in my mother's life, particalarly since summertime 2008. This has been a horrible and completely unjustified series of manipulative and seemingly teamed efforts.
I don't live in the world where I need to preoccupy myself with false delerium of persecution. Too much of that happens on it's own .Nor am  on a contiguous processing of the what happens in the minds of others, there is also too many doing that-- in the modern world.
I do  though state here, like it or shove it -The truth's that will probably rock the Intrusive self appointed , self annoited one . I have recently been forced to contact people who know the core depth of all that I am ( whatever that be and the moral fiber that I am made of.
I have had little choice but to involve the opinions of Others about me and the way I have cared for my mother for years, and all the Unwarranted assaults I sustained trying to protect my mother--and of course myself.
There is LCSW-R whom I was introduced to shorty after the death of my father and my sister- Did help me like perhaps no one ever has, In the end we had a falling out ---That needs no mention of it here.

 

 I will state in her right that she helped my family more than any other person who never knew us prior. And here end the comments about her.
I will state here whatever Is true and as you read you will see why I am left no choice.
Let me commence from as far back as 1980 my mother's second bout with Rheumatoid Arthristis, where the disease first twisted her body in painful and strange awarkward positions then froze the joints right at the juncture of each. It little less than almost completetely bent her body and then left her joints frozen in locked position.  She didn't ever give up and faught through as I did right by her side. I right the details of how in 1981 I left to live with a childhood Friend, who had then just left the block and the south shore neighborhood.

 

even when I left to live in Fords, NJ , with my dearest friend Deborah Alex C.
I was prompty shaken into reality that mother would not make it unless I returned home. According to my sister , Sylvia , May She Rest In Eternal Peace''; None of the family would make unless I returned, I felt she was right so;
Since she'd it crystal clear that she would no doubt be returning to live suffolk County. Her honesty is what I embraced and made my mind up to return. I would like to take the oppotunity to state here that yes as I searched through the troubles that had altered my life, I did work as a Hands On Assistant to elderly Disabled People, usually Spanish Non English Speaking, two elderly women, suffering from the Effects of Cancer and Aging, Blindness, Stroke, and Severe Grievance over loss of the head of their family, I also am proud to say I counseled little boys , who are grown men today with extremely healthy lives- and gratitude for my presence in their early lives. two Young Girls dealing peer pressure and the Hostility that sometimes makes it's way into the Low income communities and the Latino Popultion, they too have recently encouraged me as I was reminded by each of their Struggles. So I returned to Freeport in a 1966
 plymouth Valiant three speed with stick shift on the colom. I used that car and three other used cars to do every chore for my mother and I loved it, again I mention the details to bring it all out.

in which I took my mother to every appointment , whether it be medical, I did the food shopping, I cleaned the house, .
For more than 30 years almost 30 I took care of my mother's every need--Without the help of Case workers and or Home Health Attendants &I could not take her , I myself did every transaction by myself. Never with the help of Social Worker, Clinical or other wise. Even the celebration Citizenship of her American United States, which I had the honor of not only place in but also of saying the pledge of allegiance with her, something she longed to do. into effect, but sat along side her wheel chair to see her proudly become a Citizen of the United States a county she adores, and taught us, her children to adore it as well for reasons such as this . Freedom of speech,
The Original Document, being the possession of my sister In law's as in fact, all is and I pist. It was done really forcefully and we were left no alternative. Instead, I my private documents regarding the feeling I had expressed in private were only read and then without shame whatsoever----I was scolded by a 21 year old who read all of Anger, all of my plans to protect my mother, and compiled it to the liking of the social worker and herself. First , I endured the attacks that were Lies--but dispatched to legal system, Then the entire even works itself where I have no rights what so ever. I may not have the time to write everything perfectly but these pages help me recall the harm intended and the cleverly shaped into something other.
Now
. Frankly the following statements together with the fact, that she has been very comfortable making critical remarks about me , before she even knew and her unifying with the Home Health Attendants, as defeintely but not entirely but me at odds with her.
No, that happened recently after my mother spent a few days at my brothers home and My sister in law told me that she almost knocked my mother's teeth out.
I was called one night in early november and told the hostile and menacing nighbor would be making a call to APS, And I was told that the claim would be supported. I figure it was done for a multitude of reasons, for one since this worker , once my friend?''---Had been making remarks about the mental health of my mother and how she would never stand up in court. Then put this little manuever in place, She is completely covered. While The Assualts did not come from me. They have Now!
And if nothing else, read the assessment at length and you decide.

 
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Narrative Output
of MAPP Assessment
For

Richard C Suarez

This MAPP™ narrative is a part of all complete assessments, Richard. Your responses to the MAPP™ assessment are truly unique. We’ve processed and interpreted them to reveal your true motivations.

 

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YOUR TOP CAREER AREAS

In this sample section MAPP presents 10 of the top 20 career areas that match your motivations. When you are searching careers or being considered for jobs, this list of top careers should be given serious consideration. All MAPP Packages present your top 10 career areas as well as more job matching capabilities.

1 Customer Services: clerical, duplicating, sending 1
2 Corresponding: prepare, edit, send communications 1
3 Secretarial: clerical; minor executive assignments 1
4 Guidance, Counseling: personal, work, school, spiritual 1
5 Interview/Inform: gather, dispense information 1
6 Health Physics: safety engineering, occupational 2
7 Kindergarten, Elementary Education: teach, nurture 2
8 Child and Adult Care: health maintenance, support 2
9 Nursing, X-Ray; technical care for patients 2
10 Courrier Service: escort, assist, deliver 2
11

 Information Processing: gather, verify, send, file

2

12

 Creative Writing: author; imagination, vocabulary

2

13

 Volunteer Social Service: social, personal

2

14

 Craft Management: plan, oversee craft activities

2

15

 Legal and Related: practice of law; judges, lawyers

2

16

 Supervisory and instructive: teach/manage service classes

2

17

 Translating/Editing: language, format, composition

2

18

 Training Services: human resource development

2

19

 Research, Social Science, Psychological

2

20

 Therapeutic: rehabilitation, physical or mental

2

Narrative Interpretation

INTEREST IN JOB CONTENT
(Those tasks you want to perform)

The Interest section identifies the ideal job content for you by identifying your motivations and preferences, called Worker Traits. These traits are listed in order of priority. Typically, what one wants to do is that which he/she is most likely to do and do it often enough (including training for it) to transform the raw interest into real skills, and then, to stay on that job. The Interest section of your MAPP report outlines your preferences toward work in relation to people, creativity, social activities, routine, tools, equipment and more. The Interest section is the first glance of your top motivators. Each section thereafter will inter-relate and you will begin seeing themes about the types of tasks and work that you prefer.

Richard is conscious of existence, meaning, purpose, potential and destiny of humankind, people, and self. Richard is motivated by a self-felt, self-accepted calling to the cause of good, growth, and gain in the lives of others. Influential communication of ideas is a primary way of achieving those objectives. Perception and thinking tend to be holistic and conceptual; i.e., seeing the big picture. It is important to see which of the other traits are interactive with this trait because there can be many interesting combinations. This is a major trait in cultural, intellectual, academic, and creative activities. It includes ideas, concepts, theory, ethics, and values.

Richard is motivated to manage people and their activities. Such management can be exercised with a variety of talents Richard may possess and for a variety of reasons. The primary reasons may be: 1) to exercise executive, managerial, or supervisory responsibility and authority, 2) to have the management position, role and recognition, 3) to not be in a subordinate, supervised position or role. Because emphasis is on the management of people, this is seen by Richard as a service role where the managing is in the interest of those being managed. Whether Richard is motivated and equipped to manage on a "take charge" or "given charge" basis (an important difference) can be determined by the motivational strength and involvement of other related traits.

Richard prefers to associate with others socially, organizationally, and recreationally. In addition to assuring company with others, association is an important arena and environment for interacting with people in a variety of ways: leadership, managing, supervising, communicating, serving, caring, etc. Other traits have to be considered to determine how and why Richard is motivated to associate and interact with others.

Along with other mental activities, Richard is aware of abstract ideas and concepts. Ideas about new or different ways of doing things are commonly called innovating or inventing. Rather than creating in ways unrelated to present or past activity, Richard uses an abstract, innovative, and/or creative set of preferences, to extend or expand what already exists.

Richard is motivated to work on projects that are planned, scheduled, and completed. This indicates a preference to complete a project rather than leave it unfinished. But completion or achievement may be offset by switching to a project of higher priority and/or interest, with the hope that the uncompleted project may be done another day. What is not completed will probably be kept in mind until it is completed.

Richard's preferences can include routine, organized, and methodical procedures, but this is not a need or dependency. Richard is most likely to adapt immediate preferences to change if it isn't too sudden, radical, or disruptive. The predominant motivation is to strike a good balance between stability and flexibility.

Richard is generally not interested in or motivated by scientific research of a technical nature or in technical systems, equipment, programs, or activities. This strongly suggests that trait combinations and/or trait motivation for scientific and/or technical activities are probably not vocationally important.

Richard prefers to be with people and will most likely avoid activities that are done apart from others. Richard considers "one-among-others" togetherness as an essential environment for personal, work, and/or recreational activities.

Richard has little need for or is not motivated by recognition, status, or competitive gain. Comfortable and satisfied with a subjective estimate of self in relation to others, opinions others hold about this person do not present serious effects, one way or the other. For Richard, personal and internal interests or drive motivates performance, not the promise of favor, recognition, or reward from external sources.

Richard is motivated very little by physically working with things and objects as a primary or important part of work or recreation. Other activities carry a higher priority. Sensory/physical traits have probably not been developed well enough to be considered a motivational feature of work.

TEMPERAMENT FOR THE JOB
(How you prefer to perform tasks)

This Temperament section identifies the motivation and talent an individual possesses in twelve Worker Trait Areas and coincides with the Interest section. The Temperament and Interest sections say the same thing from a different perspective. Your highest motivators will be displayed first. In this section you will learn things such as; do you prefer lots of change and variety on the job, are you persuasive, do you prefer to work in teams or independently, are you a naturally driven to evaluate and analyze, and more.

Richard is most likely benevolent, voluntarily giving of self to help others, especially regarding current pain, hurts, stress, needs, and problems. This means empathetic, sympathetic, intentional, personal involvement in the personal lives of others to give help, sacrificially if necessary, and to subjectively gain personal satisfaction from providing personal service. (NOTE: emphasis is on the word "personal." This is a heart trait and is totally self-motivated and voluntary. It is one of the most strongly motivated traits in determining vocational dedication. The word "others" is important in the context of benevolence) Richard is probably more benevolent toward persons not intimately, formally, or organizationally related. (NOTE: Benevolence expects those in close relationships to join in the giving rather than being a priority recipient.) Nonetheless, Richard probably exhibits benevolence toward all persons. But benevolence does have priorities about eligibility of persons for help.

Richard is strongly motivated to be organizationally active with others. Richard senses and accepts a certain degree of self-assumed responsibility for the good, growth, and gain of others.

Richard has a strong preference to work under the management or supervision of others who are competent and knowledgeable in their area of expertise. This also may indicate a preference to avoid work of an independent nature (i.e. self-directed, self-planned, self-managed). Performance, morale, energy, enthusiasm, and quality of work tend to reflect how satisfied Richard is with the working environment as created and managed by the motivational and inspirational leadership of a manager, director, supervisor, or lead-person.

Richard willingly accepts responsibility for exercising motivated talents. These may include leadership and/or management talents and, therefore, involve responsibilities for others. This is an important, broad, in-depth factor that includes social, leadership, management, and mental activities. Perception and thinking include seeing the big picture and handling responsibilities in that context.

Richard readily adapts to change and may even be stimulated by it or motivated because of it. But it is not so important that it forces termination or interruption of more routine activities. It is beneficial for some change, variety, or developmental progress to be in Richard's work and/or recreation. But Richard prefers that it not be an unexpected, abrupt, or radical change.

Most likely, Richard is logical and analytical and is motivated to make sense of perceptions by identifying how things logically fit together. This motivation fits well with scientific, research, management and literary and/or computational preferences. This mix of motivational preferences usually function in a conceptual context.

Richard is open-minded, curious, creative, and innovative, having new ideas and concepts and preference to be involved in creative or developmental activities. These are complementary preferences and motivations rather than any major drive or specialization. It is important, then, to determine how these fit in with other mental and functional preferences and motivations.

Richard has good ability to remember, find, and use exact detail. Although considered abilities, these generally effect motivations and preferences. This combination can be useful in many activities that include clerical, computational, administrative, literary, technical, operational, supervisory, and/or managerial.

Richard accepts and exercises responsibility for organizational management but may not necessarily seek out that role for self. Emphasis is on management of people, but that is directly tied to performance of existing, available skills and abilities. Performance and results are the main emphasis. Other traits must be studied to determine if Richard manages best on a take charge or given charge basis which has much to do with how personally or impersonally, performance-based or service-based, that management style will be.

Richard is motivated to influence and convince others as part of social, organizational, vocational, or recreational activities. A motivation exists to speak up when there is reason, occasion, or opportunity to sway others to Richard's ideas or way of thinking. Persuasive efforts may be oral, written, or via some media (like email). Motivation behind that persuasion is to get others to accept what one is communicating.

Richard does not prefer being tied to or tied down by timed, repetitious sensory/physical activity. Such work quickly becomes boring, frustrating, and stressful. In such work, Richard seeks and needs frequent breaks and other change and/or variety. Performance and quality of work tend to fade as repetitive activity continues.

Richard highly prefers a given, known, managed, and supported organizational position and role, in which and from which, to functionally serve the interests of the organization. This is an involved service role.

APTITUDE FOR THE JOB
(Expression of performing tasks)

This is a highly generalized section in which the narrative deliberately focuses on the combination of motivations and preferences as they relate to personal talents or skills. It lets the individual look into a vocational mirror and see his/her own talents and then decide for themselves where they fit and function the best with regard to motivation and preference. It is another context in which to see if priorities are mental, sensory, or physical: "To thine own self be true ."

Richard's preferences and motivations are derived from understanding the deeper or 'real' meaning of ideas and words and uses them effectively in written or oral communication. Literary in this factor means intentional search for ideas expressed by the minds of others for one's own use, assimilation, learning, etc. The source can be books, other publications, historical documents, research information, drama, movies, television, the "information highway" or internet, etc. Emphasis is on communication: picking up information from minds of others or communication aimed toward the minds of others. Journalism and writing are major activities. Literary activity is not exclusively intellectual, academic, or cultural. It may be an end in itself as in a bookworm for instance. And literary activity is not always accompanied by communicative activity, written or oral. On the other hand, communicative activity need not be literary in the classic sense. And one need not be persuasive to be communicative, but it helps. When the trait is highly motivated, as it is here, it suggests both literary and communicative abilities that are or could become a usable skill or a developed talent. By now you can see that only a review of all traits will clearly show the specific content of Richard's literary and/or communicative preferences and motivations.

Richard is aware of details for their own sake, and sees the linkage and relationship associating that detail with something larger, unitary, and complete. Therefore detail is seen as a piece of the picture. If not seen as part of the known picture, it is seen as most likely important for a probable picture. In other words, Richard is motivated to build or fill something meaningful with what is at hand. This is a practical, objective, manipulative, or managerial orientation related to what must be or could be managed.

Intellectual and/or analytical work, most likely represent somewhat important types of mental activities. A review of the other traits will identify Richard's potential for philosophical, cultural, scientific, managerial, and/or computational activities. Motivation for this factor means that interest in all areas listed probably does not mean equal motivation or ability for all.

Richard's preferences and motivations most likely revolve around an adequate ability to see, retain, and recall detail. Preferences and motivations do not fixate on detail or a vocational specialization based on detail. (NOTE: Awareness of detail at this level is a useful talent in functional, operational, or administrative activities).

Richard's preferences do not deter from seeing the big picture and handle things in that larger context. This ties yesterday and tomorrow to today, ties possibilities to present fact, and leaves open options instead of closed systems. This is a useful combination of preferences and abilities if Richard is involved in analysis, planning, strategy, assessment, or choice of options.

Richard's preferences are effected but not dominated by such things as beauty, color, and spatial measure: size, shape, perspective, and dimension. If and how that artistic awareness is applied depends on the presence, motivation, and influence of related traits and to what extent talents and or abilities exist. (NOTE: art, photography, oil painting, sketching, abstract art, mechanical drawing, landscape architecture for golf courses, layout of newspaper ads, computer publishing are all examples of potentially appealing activities given certain skill sets). Depending on the extent to which talents and abilities may exist will determine certain motivational levels Richard will have and how these preferences will be used and applied.

Although Richard does not specifically prefer mathematics, motivation is not swayed one way or the other as there is an adequate awareness and ability utilizing mathematics. Other traits will indicate which kind of math that preference applies to: theoretical, statistical, analytical, computational, business, administrative, clerical, arithmetic, or posting. Wherever it works best, it is a vocational asset.

Richard has clear preferences that do not include handling minute manipulation of detail for extended periods of time. If asked, splicing telephone wires at a switchboard installation or knitting a sweater to enter in a county fair competition, Richard would likely indicate that these are not a preferred career or avocation.

The motivations and preferences influencing Richard's mind tend to not be oriented toward placing importance or emphasis on sensory/physical activity. Instead of `thinking' what to do physically, or how to do it, other activities have much higher priority and therefore, preferences and motivations tend to lean towards those alternative activities. It is unlikely that Richard has a high preference for sensory/physical activities.

More than likely, Richard does not have highly developed, consistently reliable sensory/physical motivations either learned or naturally. There is little motivation to physically perform better each time, to beat one's last score (as in a game), to be the best operator in the crew, to look forward and back at sensory/physical activity as challenging and fun. Instead, Richard prefers to consider the sensory/physical system (the body) as 'on call' and adequately able to perform as expected.

Richard is not motivated for what is called `workbench' activity where a person manually (primarily arms, hands, fingers) processes materials. There can be many reasons for disinterest in that activity: 1) Richard is motivated to do other things, 2) Richard does not naturally have the talent for sensory/physical activity of that kind, 3) the activity is too monotonous for Richard's activity preferences, or 4) it is too non-social where social activities are preferred. It is important to identify the reason(s) so Richard can function where natural talent or already existing skills and abilities as well as motivation are greater.

PEOPLE
(How you relate to people, in priority order)

In this section, seven people factors cover important activities related to the interaction of a person with other persons. These are very important for individuals motivated and perhaps even naturally talented or specifically trained for associating and interacting with people. They may also be important traits for certain “people intensive” jobs. Low motivational ratings in this section may also be quite positive and valuable, if occupations necessitate or require that an individual function apart from others, manage his/her own activities, or be satisfied with work in isolation.

Richard feels both privilege and responsibility to use communication (including persuasion) to voluntarily provide beneficial information to others. This includes strongly motivated benevolent and literary traits. Self-satisfaction comes almost exclusively from the subjective realization that the information, voluntarily given, has been helpful to other persons. Richard is further motivated to learn and understand the other person(s) needs wishes and listening preferences. Non-persuasive service communication can become persuasive and persistent when expressed in the interest of someone needing Richard to stand up for them.

"Mentor: a trusted counselor or guide." Richard is interested in and consciously prefers to consider the existence, meaning, purpose, potential, and destiny of mankind, people, persons, and self; with self-felt, self-accepted responsibility to influence and/or cause good, growth, and gain in the lives of all concerned. Richard has intuition and philosophical curiosity that causes an awareness of personality, intentions, emotions, ethics, values, and moods of other persons, and of self. By itself, this is not benevolence. If Richard is highly motivated for benevolent activities, this trait is compulsively central to personal and vocational activities. If there is a lack of personal motivation, then the preference for consideration tends to be more philosophical or academic in nature, but still service oriented.

Philosophical, literary, scientific, managerial and/or persuasive traits may be involved in Richard's motivation and drive to educate, train, or influence others. The main preference is to share knowledge and information that will be useful. So, conveying information to others assumes that educating self precedes educating others. Richard is motivated by learning, seeing the big picture, recognizing how pieces fit the picture, and prefers passing information on to others. Because so many traits might be involved in instructing activities, it is important to scan the other traits to see which traits are important.

Richard is compulsively motivated to personally help others, to voluntarily, perhaps even sacrificially, give of self in the others interest. On a single trait basis, this trait subjectively imposes more vocational calling, responsibility, and duty on the individual than any other trait. It is compounded if accompanied where philosophical traits have very high motivational levels. It is further equipped for vocational ability by motivated managerial, gregarious, persuasive, scientific, clerical, and/or routine traits. It becomes more sensitive, intuitive, empathetic, and sympathetic if accompanied by need for, and dedication to, harmonious, and compatible relations with others. Therefore, it is evident that many other traits can be involved. Review of all traits will show which traits are involved in Richard's social service. Medical practice, nursing, psychiatry, psychology, counseling, guidance, ministry, social work, volunteer social service, search and rescue, public defender activity in law are specific areas where Richard would find vocational expression and satisfaction.

Richard's personal motivations support the willing acceptance of responsibility for planning, assigning, and supervising work activities of others in operational or administrative activities. Preferences focus on daily scheduling, procedures, expediting, motivating, solving problems as they arise, and meeting functional objectives. This sort of preference considers the prime responsibility as developing the will to work with employees and motivating them to higher levels of attainment and performance.

Richard is moderately motivated by being "on stage" in order to pleasantly influence others toward a particular viewpoint, objective, or product. Richard probably has moderate to high motivational levels in other gregarious and persuasive traits. Richard is comfortable with a spokesperson role, and may even prefer it or be personally energized by it. Richard is only moderately motivated within this trait, (s)he is probably not "stage-struck" toward entertaining or acting to the exclusion of other activities or responsibilities. The preference is more toward influencing rather than promoting or selling.

Richard is ready, willing, and perhaps even able (or trainable) to persuasively influence others with the intent or hope to convince them to agree with what is said. Because this trait is moderately motivated, Richard is probably not inclined to make a living by selling on a commission basis. Instead, persuasion is interactive with other traits and finds expression in other ways such as teaching, counseling, etc.

Richard does not prefer to have the responsibility for, or involvement in, negotiating activities: is not motivated or comfortable to be in confrontational, adversarial, or competitive interaction with others, Richard would rather associate with others on the basis of mutual interest or service or even function independently.

THINGS
(How you relate to things, in priority order)

Working with things, manipulation of materials and processes, and cognizance of operational and mechanical forces or objects, highlights this Worker Trait Code section. None of the factors in this section are directly related to people nor call for exclusive talents whether or not they exist within the individual. However, these factors do call for the interaction and interplay between mental, sensory, physical, and mechanical skills and/or abilities as possessed by the individual. If the individual has a natural mechanical savvy, and likes to work with his/her hands, this becomes a highly important and relevant Worker Trait Code section.

Richard is most likely not motivated to engage in activities requiring close, constant attention to precise standards, exact measurements, close tolerances, detection of minor defects, and long concentration on the process. Instead, there is a demonstrated preference for change, variety, and activities with less concentration and specialized focus.

Richard's preferences and motivations in vocational activity are not oriented toward routine, alert monitoring, recording, and reporting of operational or machine processes. Such activity is too clerical for Richard's preferences.

Manual labor is not an activity where Richard is in any way motivated. Routine, elementary, sensory/physical activity is not preferred; instead, it probably is experienced as boring, frustrating, and stressful.

Richard's motivations are not compatible with assembly line activity where one is locked into operational processes by station, function, and timing. Such activity would most likely be boring, tiring, frustrating, and stressful for Richard in a short time.

Engineering activities, regarding mechanics, systems, etc., do not fit Richard's vocational interests.

"Being stuck to a machine all day" is not Richard's definition for a satisfying vocation, occupation, or job. There is little preference for understanding machines, little preference for steadily monitoring machine performance, and little motivation for coping with the routine that is required.

Richard is not motivated toward processing activities, no matter what is being processed or who is doing the processing. There is no natural preference for this sort of activity.

For one or more of a variety of possible reasons, Richard does not prefer working with heavy equipment operation.

DATA
(How you relate to data, in priority order)

The data section identifies preferences, motivations and priorities for certain kinds of mental activities. If interests and preferences are primarily intellectual, academic, scholarly, scientific, mathematical, or professional, this may be the most important section of the Worker Trait Code System for the person appraised. If his/her preferences are not primarily mental, this section may have little value. If these factors are important for this profile, then factors in the reasoning, math, and language sections will also be both relevant and important.

Compiling means more than simply gathering large volumes of data sheets and stuffing them in a filing cabinet. It means that Richard is motivated to find, identify, classify, store, remember, and retrieve what is important or what might be important for future use. (NOTE: This is crucial for researchers, technical writers, lawyers, academic teachers, consultants, systems engineers, and programmers). This trait indicates a subconscious preference we could refer to as a "packrat" orientation, i.e., if it glitters; stuff it in the nest along with everything else because it might be useful sometime. Other traits will indicate how motivated the individual is to be thorough, practical, and efficient within this trait.

Copy activity involves detail and routine, which is preferred by Richard and includes reproducing images, information, etc. by machine operation and/or graphic design and layout. (NOTE: It is an asset for database management, computer publishing activity, administrative or library work, and/or warehouse processing).

Richard is motivated to a degree for handling and solving routine, factual, mathematical problems. This set of preferences holds value in operational, technical, processing, or administrative activities. (NOTE: When interacting with other traits, as it does here, this trait has vocational value in many areas).

Along with other mental activities and preferences, Richard sees the big picture or assembles perceptions, thoughts, information, data, numbers, etc. in the context of the big picture. It is important to determine, by scanning other factors in this section, how high motivational levels are for synthesizing relative to other mental processes, regarding analyzing, comparing, and coordinating in particular. This comparison determines whether Richard prefers to start with the big picture, or build up to it later. Because Richard has moderate motivational levels for mental process, it will be more "down to earth" than "on cloud nine", more logical than fantasy or abstract.

Richard prefers an emphasis on utility when called upon to recognize and identify or classify important factors related to the context, content, operations, and objectives of projects. (NOTE: This is an important trait for research, technical activities, systems engineering, operations management, and administrative activity).

Richard has analytical, research, and innovative preferences. Establishing an objective for new breakthroughs, innovative pathways, and achieving developmental progress motivate mental activity. It is important to determine where this analytical part of mental activity fits with other mental traits and their preferences or motivations. It assures that Richard is most likely open to new ideas and also motivated to identify the usefulness of those ideas.

Richard is motivated to coordinate (i.e., manage, manipulate, administer, etc.) that which is at hand to achieve planned, known or strategic objectives. This means that Richard prefers to do something functional, directional, and goal-oriented with thinking processes, decisions, and actions. When and how Richard coordinates can be determined by reviewing other traits.

REASONING
(How you relate to reasoning, in priority order)

This Reasoning section is closely linked with the Data section. The Data section identifies an individual's priorities or preferences (high and low) for ways of thinking, while the Reasoning section focuses on where, why, and how this thinking will most likely be applied. Just like the linkage between the Interest and Temperament sections, Data and Reasoning are coupled very tightly as well.

Richard prefers routine tasks that are explained, demonstrated, and supervised in a familiar environment: Key motivational responsibilities may include dependability, a steady work record, thorough and clean performance, and trustworthiness relative to the property of others. (NOTE: Many maintenance positions are in this category, as are some temporary or seasonal jobs).

For Richard, natural preferences can comfortably adapt to get into the "swing of things" and "go with the flow." Becoming synchronized with operational flow can be the result of many trait combinations, the most likely being mechanical savvy, attachment to the familiar, and attention to detail, plus certain social traits at even low motivational levels. It is likely that Richard is motivated in methodical, thorough, and routine activities as long as those activities are a necessary part of interests with stronger motivational levels. (Note: Many people like methodical, meticulous, routine activities as a break or departure from vocational activities that call for constant change, variety, quick decisions, risk, etc.)

Richard is motivated and perhaps even mentally equipped for troubleshooting: to recognize or otherwise identify problems or developing problems in familiar operational or procedural areas; to tackle problems with intent to solve the problems and restore function to former levels or better. (NOTE: This requires onsite familiarity with those operations, a sense or suspicion of where things might or could break down, and savvy about ways to fix the problem).

Richard's mental preferences include holistic and conceptual thinking, awareness of the essential meaning of things, ability to deal with abstract variables, consideration and selection of options. The big picture is kept in mind as Richard works with ideas, plans, or activities, which is where the motivational level is derived.

Given the vocational task, Richard's motivational level is adequate to participate where understanding of operational aspects of systems, procedures, and/or maintenance is required. Because Richard has only motivation for an activity that is based on repetition (in both function and time), it is likely that tenure will not be for the long haul unless Richard seeks, needs, or enjoys stability and routine. (NOTE: Motivation doesn't guarantee the ability or talent just as aptitude for an activity doesn't guarantee the motivation).

The preferences in Richard's mind tend to be oriented toward systems engineering: identifying, analyzing, and solving challenges and/or problems by collecting data, establishing facts, connecting abstract and concrete variables, drawing valid conclusions, determining appropriate actions, and devising strategies and systems to achieve objectives. Many traits are involved. Since there is a moderate motivational level to work with systems engineering for Richard, all of those traits may not have strong or equal motivational levels. Review of all traits will identify which area or areas of engineering represent higher motivational levels for Richard.

MATHEMATICAL CAPACITY
(How you relate to the applied usage of math)

Math is a natural talent like art or music and requires a certain natural preference. In most instances, you have it or you don't; you like it or you don't. If the individual has talent for math, this section shows where the greatest vocational interest and motivation occurs, and that is where he/she has probably developed the most talent or could. Low ratings for some or all of these factors imply that math, or possibly that specific application of math, is not a motivational factor to this individual.

Richard is naturally motivated when called upon to be aware of and attentive to detail in perception, recording, and processing. This is valuable in many occupations such as pharmacist, registered nurse, transportation and distribution, switchboard activity, data processing centers, etc.

Richard has a moderate motivation where business math related to commercial calculations and transactions are called for. This means there exists a natural ability to be competent and accurate with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. (NOTE: Where the ability does not already naturally exist for Richard, in this instance, motivational levels support training, most likely).

Richard's preferences tend to be methodically curious, exploratory, analytical and systematic, with math as an important tool for such activity. However, math is not an end in itself but used more as a tool as just stated. Richard prefers to consider proof as a primary basis for thought.

Richard is motivated and probably equipped to work with, use, and apply math at management levels for tracking, analyzing, and proving business activities and performance. This is part of a management generalist preference.

Richard prefers to consider math extending more toward theory, abstract concepts, experimental applications, etc. Because of the moderate motivational level for this theoretical activity, it is not likely that it would be satisfying as a primary vocation or have too heavy an emphasis. However, it remains a valuable asset that extends normal capability beyond usual activities.

Richard's motivation for considering numbers probably supports a natural ability to: add, subtract, multiply, and divide and come up with the right numbers each time. Some assume this is natural for all persons. In reality it isn't so.

LANGUAGE CAPACITY
(How you relate to the usage of language)

Four language traits are included in the narrative to cover basic activities that utilize words. They aren't very specific, but there are related factors for literary, journalistic, and communicative activities in the Interest, Temperament, Data, People, Aptitude and Reasoning sections. If a high motivational and/or preference level exists for one or more factors in this section, scan those other sections to discover preferences the individual has for those activities. Not all jobs call for orators or authors, while some jobs require such skills.

Richard is motivated to describe, explain, teach, illustrate, and interpret. This is a journalistic trait dedicated to inform people. Social, leadership, influential, technical, service, and functional traits are involved as well. Therefore, it is necessary to review all worker traits to more closely identify Richard's preferences relative to this trait.

Motivational levels for Richard support activities including word processing in its widest application: administrative, secretarial, editing, library referencing, management information systems, electronic transmission of information, etc. Preferences lean heavily toward proper language usage, spelling, punctuation, keyword identification, referencing, and cross-referencing. Attention to detail is essential and remains a motivational factor in vocational activity and success.

Richard has a unique motivation to carefully, thoroughly read simple explanatory or instructional statements (like the directions on the label of a soup can) and fully/accurately know what was said. (NOTE: This is not a widely shared trait. Unless the subject attracts the reader's attention in the first place, reading of elementary instructions is just scanning, and some information is probably overlooked, ignored, or bypassed. Richard should regard this unique asset as vocationally important.

Richard is highly motivated to consider creative writing and communicating at professional levels. Preferences are holistic, conceptual, imaginative, and creative. "Ideas trigger more ideas" can probably be said about Richard. High motivational levels for this worker trait indicate an interactive combination of literary and philosophical traits. As Dean W. R. Inge said, "Literature flourishes best when it is half a trade and half an art." That probably makes a great deal of sense to Richard. Motivation at this level indicate preferences that probably include writing fiction, poetry, scripts for movies or television, advertising copy, marketing copy, teaching creative writing, etc.



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I was introduced to A LCSW-R and though she helped like no one I had ever been in contact with. She later became reluctant to back up my claims but maintained her own. Every so often calling me to ask how my mother was, getting the main frame then I would not hear from her in anoter long time.

LCSW-R, certified Forensic Counselor, who did for the most part save the lives of my mother and myself.
It was 2 years after my sister's Sylvia's death, and seemed almost directly following my father's passing as he choked  on a piece of meat in a Nursing home.
In June , late June 2008 my mother was about 130, she had certain Home Health Attendants in place that she no longer wanted; especially one particular agency.
I had tried tirelessly to call the head of these agencies amd try talk with them. Each time I called, I would get the same name with a different title.
There was one Home health attendant here who was absolutely great, there have been home attendants here whom after long time care, left to return back to el salvador.

Among the Great Home Health attendants I salute the following. Maria Lopez, who should be the trainer of trainers as far as decency, providing professional services, and I respected her immensely, also a home health Attendant on the less aggressive side Sonia , Eras unas de las mejores trabajadoras quien tuve yo el gusto de conocer.
But now into the reality of the other Extreme.

My mother had one Home Health Attendant after another ,

of an agency I Together with Clinical Social Worker put in place, through her HMO agency.
This was a phenomenon in from the impetus, from it's genesis. They stole, they absolutely refused to work and one who had been as daring as to call hear looking for re-employment , it was upon granting this worker the entry that I later found out horrific details, from my brother and my sister in law. Then came in the other who stole everything in the apartment, I will only state, and the Social Worker is a witness to this woman together with a  man form the same caribbean country were emptying my mother's apartment of everything . All my summer tea shirts, all plates, silver wear, at one point we had one glass to drink from , and again I state; ''the Clinical Social Worker did not believe until she opened our cabinets and saw to what extreme we had been robbed.
I love the clinical social worker, but very ofter her probably exhuasted replies, focused on the wrong I was doing and in fact , in all fareness, I will state this always. She Saved our lives. But it became so overwhelming and little services, rendered and so much time wasted on irrelevant information that can possibly save someone from having  to experience this for themselves/. One day the Home health attendant was unaware that  I was in the room and I hear her demanding my mother last five dollars, I went out to see that theere was an entire roll of garbage bags, ( her excuse for demading the money from my mother,)

Again I will mention here the collaboration of efforts made by my sister in law. in fact. On one occasion the clinical social worker had bought me some bed spreads and pillow cases and out of the kindness of her heart re-did the bedroom,..... I will never forget it,.

I called my brother and my sister in law to see the changes in the room, and my sister in law immediately states to the home Health Attendant, Maria , have you seen all the new things that are in the bedroom. These are necessary examples I need to make here and now.
Everything had been stolen,
  Only and ALL'' summer clothing I owned. During her long stay here, even the clinical Social Worker witnessed The times there wasn ot even a fork or knife,

that not even one fork, knife and or spoon were left here, and possibly, at most we have been left some rusty pots , pans, and dished to eat off.
One afternoon , I heard the Aide demanding the last five dollars my mother had to her name, because she claimed that garbage bags were needed. This AIDE was demanding money on all levels to maintain , what in retrospect was minimal help for my mother.
Upon her entry here, I stated I only ask that you provide me with the same level of respect I provide,.
No bargaining could be made, because one way or another she would just take her right to do as she pleased
Some times the monthly delivery of things like Cheeses and canned milk, and many other foods and goods my mother was FINALLY entitled to again receive, never made their way here to my mother's home forget about all sorts of things I gave her,. A 400.00 dell used computer that worked well , but I did it to reassure my mothers safety.
The AIDE took her yearly vacation to DR and when she returned. She simply didn't return here.
On to the next cases, Home health attendants, were completely unaware of how familiar I was with the system, and the fact that It was I who placed all the systems in place coupled with my decency got me absolutely NOTHING.
No common courtesy , despite the fact that one Home Health Attendant was coming in to help an 84 year old woman and did absolutely nothing but lounge around all day in slippers, talking about sex, violence and upon taking my mother downstairs to the community room would not stay near her, in stead she would spend the time in ways, I won't even mention here.
There was another Home Health Aide,.and in fact the very last one from that agency who my mother really wanted nothing to with. In fact, I had called her HMO and I asked the caseworker to dismiss that agency and gave her detailed, information regarding the scenarios here.
Though I am and always annoyed these agencies debilitated me, and then using the very authority I placed in their hands through my signing them to care for my mother , further found ways of retrobution. I had no one to help me through this maze of injustice and the Clinical Social Worker is that this time doing little to help me and in fact, did call me one late night
, my mother told me firmly I don't want these women in the house any more;  I finally stopped from coming in.
But not before it spread like fire that I was abuser and a faggot that I brought strange men home. For trying to save my mother and afford her some quality of SAFE' life, my mother and I have been put through an incredible persucution. To the point where I go to make a local complaint to at least have docuameted referrence and My complaints have been too many even for local law enforcement to document. Recently a false claim was put into . concurrently , In fact, a false claim was in against to Adult Protective Services, and the case worker.
After a thorough and repetitive intrusive investigatory
invasion of announced visits , nothing but the justifying of this mans means meant anything to him. My mother and I both told this man on more than one occasion to stay out of our lives, and he has been persistently showing up here.
Even the RN says things that are not her legal place to state. with such a lack of respect, and such a clumsy overstepping of authority , they continue to hold me accountable and at the same irresponsible. The RN for the current agency went as far as to tell me the job description that was assigned , and making determinations about the conditions of my mothers apartment.

I have evidence on tape and off process records and all the Credentialing I have myself trianed for , together with the fact that I have no criminal record and the interviewing of all the people who have witnessed the truths concerning my integrety and the honest contents, of this aritcle.

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