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Piero V Maniaci Social Rehab CSP 1 101300 Seeing My community service group goes to the Seven Hills Charter School in Worcester to fill our fifteen hours of service required for this class At the school our group does a few different things When we arrive the children are outside and usually playing some type of schoolyard game We usually join the children and play these games for a while Then after about forty-five minutes a teacher come out and announces Time to do homework We then go in and tutor the kids on their homework usually writing math and reading At this time most of the kids go into room 214 to do their homework Except for Jose who has trouble reading He goes with Mrs Rosetti for special attention and help Jose is Hispanic about four feet eleven inches skinny energetic and never tucks in his shirt I once joined him and Mrs Rosetti in their session because Jose asked me to there I saw the best example of a consumer receiving help from a service provider This human service relationship between Mrs Rosetti and Jose is exceptional The two worked together very well Jose is told to a read a story and when he reaches a word which gives him trouble Mrs Rosetti helps him spell it out phonetically Jose tries hard to read words he cant read just because he doesnt want to be helped and wants to be able to read it himself After a while though he has to give in and ask for help The way that Mrs Rosetti stays back and doesnt help until she is asked to works out well in my opinion It allows Jose to make his attempt at saying the word and feel reassured that no one would laugh at him or make fun because he cant read a word Jose also has a problem spelling which does usually
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