Mar 25 2019 |
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It is 9:00 p.m. and one of the Group Lodging residents is returning for the night. She stumbles her way in the door. You check to see if she is okay and you smell alcohol on her breath. How would you handle this situation?
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You overhear an argument by two group lodging residents - a man and women. The argument escalates to the point where the man starts yelling verbal threats at the women. What would you do?
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A man enters the building inquiring about his wife and child. He claims that he heard they were staying at the group lodging facility. How would you handle the situation?
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It is 10:30 a.m. and you notice 3 children (between the ages of 5 and 8) chasing each other around the sleeping area unsupervised. You ask the children where their parents are and they reply that they have gone into town for the day. What would you do?
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You observe a parent verbally lash out at her child. This is the fourth outburst in the last hour. What would you do?
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A small group of residents approach you and start complaining about a minority group who is also residing in the group lodging facility. You inquire about their concerns but their complaints seem weak. After investigating, you suspect racism is behind their complaints. How would you handle this situation?
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Two group lodging residents approach you complaining about another resident. Your investigation shows that there is a major conflict in the facility with several people on each side. The situation is escalating. How would you handle this situation?
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Teenage children staying at the group lodging facility are found outside in a corner of the parking lot drinking beer. What would you do?
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You are approached by a group of residents who insist that a male resident be discharged from the group lodging facility as they have heard he has AIDS. What would you do?
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A group of boys staying at the group lodging facility are found in the yard throwing rocks at the windows of the facility. What would you do?
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A seniors’ special care home had to evacuate to the group lodging facility. Some of the elderly are feeling anxious over the entire situation and are complaining of shortness of breath, racing heartbeats and lightheadedness. What would you do?
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A small number of those evacuated to the group lodging facility cannot speak English and some confusion arises. How can this situation best be handled?
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A religious group has converged on the group lodging facility offering counseling to the evacuees. What would you do?
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Rumors are circulating that there may have been many injuries and there are several fatalities from the disaster. How would you handle these possible rumors?
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Local restaurants have shown up with various kinds or refreshments, pizza, burgers, etc. How would you handle this convergence of food?
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You notice that one of the group lodging residents is sitting on his bed rocking back and forth, chanting to himself. You approach him to see if he is okay and he does not respond. What would you do?
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A resident is taking pictures and video of other residents and responders in the GL facility and refused to stop when asked. What do you do?
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