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Ecomap for JD Household

Ecomap for JD Household

OLD FRIENDS- 1st year roomate from university-God parents to eachothers children-Keep in regular contactEXTRACURRICULAR COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES- Curling Club- Gold Club- Running and weight liftingHarmonyStrong relationshipStrained relationshipJD HOSUEHOLD ECOMAPHEALTHCARE FACILITIES- MRI every 6 months-Optic nerve checked 1x/yrUncle with schizophrenia-Help financiallyMILITARY-Receives payouts-Pilot for 40 years-Had thrill seeking life experiences-Allowed flexible schedule which allowed medical appoitments to be easily madeCHILDREN/GRANDCHILDREN-All kids are independent and they give the JD's the most happinessJD's BROTHERS- Get along best with second oldest brother-Communicate the least with eldest and youngest brother/share least in commonSPIRITUAL PRACTICES- Relieve stress-All kids are baptisedFOSTER SYSTEM- Daughter has had multiple foster childrenJD HOUSEHOLD
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publish time: 2021-02-25
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Here is an ecomap for JD household, from which the relationships among family have been divided into 3 catogaries, like harmony, strong relationship and the strained relationship. An Ecomap is a diagram often used by social workers or nurses showing the social and personal relationships of an individual with his or her family. An ecomap is a popular social work assessment tool that is used to visualize the social and personal relationships an individual (or family) has with his or her environment. Check more details from this diagram and try to make yours.

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