Sam Sangeeth

Sam Sangeeth
Bishop Heber College | BHC · Department of Social Work

[PhD] SOCIAL WORK

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Introduction
Sam Sangeeth. G currently works for older adults' and youth population. His current project is spirituality among older adults .He has in experience in teaching, practice and research in social work - gerontology.He is trainer in dementia care in India.

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Publications (16)
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COVID-19 has shifted social work education and widened the gaps in services for historically marginalised communities, including people of diverse cultural, sexual and gender identities and social classes. Existing inequities based on cultural differences have been magnified, perhaps most recently evident in George Floyd’s slaying and the subsequen...
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Elder abuse has to be prevented and to policy notice
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The purpose of this study was to describe the burden of women care givers of persons with dementia. Forty rural women caregivers of persons with dementia were selected as respondents of the study. The persons with dementia were registered in the District Mental Health Programme (DMHP) Thiruvananthapuram in 2014. Regarding community-based community...
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Family Care (also known as home based care or informal care) is crucial to person with Neuro-Cognitive Disorder. Neuro-cognitive disorder is characterized by cognitive decline in one or more cognitive domains. Neuro-cognitive disorders are organic brain syndrome. It is major public health challenge around the globe. The aim of the study is to find...
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Life skills are mandatory to redeem the marginalized adolescents and make them resilient in the days to come. Life skills are building blocks of positive development. Community based education will liberate marginalized groups and help them to lead a healthy and positive life. This community based Life skills programme makes marginalized Arunthathi...
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The aim of this scientific paper is to portray the psychological competencies of women informal carers of persons with late onset neuro cognitive disorder (NCD) in rural Trivananthapuram. The informal carers are essential as the population is increasing. The informal carers are family members to assist the care recipients in their desperate need in...
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India is a developing country where amalgamation of development initiatives co-exists with social problems. Development is empowering the society in to inclusive patterns of wellbeing and enhancing the quality of life. Marginalized people are individuals excluded from society known as Dalit’s. Inclusion means mainstreaming them into current develop...
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The article focuses on application of the problem solving model of case work proposed and developed by Helen parispearlman's [1957],The four P's of case work practice: Person, Place, Problem and Process are discussed in the Indian context. The model has been effectively administered on five elderly women residing in a welfare institution at Chennai...
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This paper will elaborately discuss on interphase between the enhancement of social work professional practice in clinical and social geriatrics through supervision as a tool among social work trainees having their concentration in clinical and social gerontology. Social work is swiftly growing all over the Globe and its impact is enormously develo...
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The aim of this article is to promote psycho-education intervention through developing insight as a component among the careers in specific and stake holders in general. This article is drafted as outcome of observation. The psycho-education on dementia is a greater need in the present scenario is heightened through its rapid spread of Neuropsychia...
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Social group work is a method of social work which is very much demanding in the field of social work practice in both community and institutional settings. This article throws light on effective and systematic practice of process recording guidelines to social work trainees and young professionals. This model helps the social work trainees and pro...
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ABSTRACT: The objective of this paper is to portray the skill set required in care labour at home based care. Home based care is evolving in urban and rural India, prominently in Kerala. This article is drafted in the light of Global action plan draft on the public health response to dementia (2016) Action area five mentions about action for "suppo...
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The aim of the case study is to demonstrate case formulation procedure by the researcher and to teach as a recording model in capacity building programme. It enhances case study formulation skillsformotivators/community level workers in activity centers for promoting the marginalised community childrens holistic development. The need is to promote...
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The purpose of the study is to make careful investigation and project the quality of life of neglected elderly women who are inmates of institutionalisation. The widowed, divorced and separated [WDS] from family are excluded, neglected and abraded from their fascinates. Elderly women are susceptible to institutionalisation or prone to homelessness,...
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The aim of the paper is to portray the importance scope of geriatric social worker in old age care. Ageing population is expanding dramatically and unprecedentedly bouncing increasingly. It is obligatory for geriatric social work to be ready to meet the challenges with preparedness. Social work profession is a profession which enhances the person b...
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The aim of the study is to find out quality of life of elderly people above 60 years in the non-institutional elderly care with reference to day care centre by ARUWE, Ayanavaram at Chennai. The study was conducted on a purposive random sample of 30 elderly attending Day care services. WHO-QoL-BRIEF version was used to measure the QoL. The interview...

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Palliative care are important and growing in present and in future. To sharpen my skills in practice and research in gerontology or palliative care. i am searching for paid internships and fellowships in USA, CANADA OR IN NEW ZEALAND in the coming days. please guide me. I am social worker from India

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YOUTH PERCEPTIONS ON COVID19
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To know the level of burden and psychosocial determinants (resilience, social support and family functioning) in neurocogitive disorders. To know the influence of burden on psychosocial determinants in informal carers of persons with neurocognitive disorder