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29-03-2012 21:34 #11
29-03-2012 21:34 #12
Yes I would for sure. Etienne.
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29-03-2012 21:37 #13
I definitley would
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29-03-2012 21:50 #14
For me it would depend on when she stated she had the supervision. Usually for supervision you would have a log book or a plan that was written with the supervisor and sent off to the board before supervision began (if this was her pre registration period). If she had a log book that documented each supervision (or clumps of it) the supervisor would have signed off on it therefore she would have forged signatures too. I would call the board and speak to someone about what you should do if you know this information, they will advise you on what the options are. I have done this over the behaviour/actions of another allied health professional and they directed me on how to complain as I felt that holding on to the information was causing me guilt issues and I also felt I had a duty of care to others.
29-03-2012 21:50 #15Hell yes. What she is doing is beyond wrong. Wrong! Wrong! Wrong!
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29-03-2012 21:59 #16
Yes, not for revenge but for the sake of her clients.
29-03-2012 22:08 #17-
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It will be out of revenge though. Everyone will wonder why she didn't report her before she got moved out of her mums house?
Even the organization she would report her mother to, will ask her this question.
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29-03-2012 22:26 #18
Your right mischeif. But Lets say I did report it, they wouldn't go based on my word anyway it would only prompt them to investigate. And I Want to add, I've been in foster care and living independently since I was 12 years old so it's not like I got kicked out of home and I'm sulking.
I made the mistake 3 years ago by renting a property they owned, she had that over my head the whole time. I wouldve liked to report her as soon as she told me 3 months ago but didn't want to find myself homeless with a newborn.
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29-03-2012 22:32 #19
i would, yes
29-03-2012 22:55 #20
Sure would! That's disgraceful that she has been able to get away with that!
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