I first take into account that the parent only has their child's best interest at heart and that their anger is most likely not directed personally at me. Next I would work with them to achieve the results they are looking for.
An 80's movie about Pool hustlers staring Paul Newman and Tom Cruise.
(Well played, Chad.) (Well played, Chad...)
Seems like a critical thinking question. The temptation if you're from the US is to say "green," while in reality it depends on the country. This question isn't really relevant now though, US money is getting more colorful, though still mostly green.
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if you are talking about the 1932 movie it's black and white, if you are talking about the song money, it has no color
By all means the color of my money is white as I give no room for black money to enter my province come what way.
It's the exact color of de-oxygenated blood, filling your body as you have a heart attack. It's this color that scares the poop out of people and makes them give money to the American Heart Association
"That's racist!" then demand to speak to someone in HR concerning a hostile interview.
money, like music, has no colour- it's universal...
Money is either gold or has no color, like Bitcoin. Money is a standard with a tangible value independent from global fiat, and not a pretty slug or a piece of paper.
Since this is the American Heart Association, I don't know and don't care about money or the color of money. The AHA is about helping people, since it's a non-profit. If the interviewer disagrees with me, then obviously I'm interviewing with the wrong organization.
Depends on what kind of money - and what country it's from.
I'll make it whatever color you want me to say it is. After all.....It's only money.
never force or trick a client into doing anything.
You can only offer a explanation of why they should take their medication but thats all you can do. You cannot force adults to do what they do not want to do (whether they have a disability or not) . Refusing to take their medication is their personal choice and they have the right to deny it just like any other adult. A person refusing to take their medication will have to learn the consequences of not taking it. *Bottom line, you have no control over adults they have the right to choose what they want/dont want to do.
If a client refuses medication you are not able to force the client to take it. How ever you can ask twice and if refuse again I believe it should be taken up with a higher person, some one that can help assist you with the client.