Aimee's Ethical Dilemma

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Aimee's Ethical Dilemma by Mind Map: Aimee's Ethical Dilemma

1. Stakeholders

1.1. Mrs. McGee

1.2. Aimee

1.3. Community

1.4. Aimee's worship commmunity

2. Action #1 Do Nothing

2.1. Positive Outcomes

2.1.1. Mrs. McGee would get some of the home improvements necessary.

2.2. Negative Outcomes

2.2.1. Mrs. McGee does not get the equipment she needs.

3. Action #3 Make A GoFundMe Page

3.1. Positive Outcomes

3.1.1. It can raise enough money for Mrs. McGee to get the improvements to her home.

3.2. Negative Outcomes

3.2.1. Mrs. McGee feel like she's helpless.

3.2.2. Other clients may feel like Mrs. McGee is getting special treatment.

4. Action #4 Get Help From Aimee's Worship Community

4.1. Positive Outcomes

4.1.1. The worship community can help improve Mrs. McGee's house in a quicker amount of time.

4.2. Negative Outcomes

4.2.1. They would only be able to improve the home based on the money Mrs. McGee has.

5. Action #2 Talk To Her Home Health Agency to See If They Have Money

5.1. Positive Outcomes

5.1.1. If they have money they can assist Mrs. McGee.

5.2. Negative Outcomes

5.2.1. They might not have enough money to get Mrs. McGee the needed equipment.

6. Core Values

6.1. Justice

6.1.1. address "unjust inequalities that limit opportunities" and participation (AOTA, 2015)

6.2. Altruism

6.2.1. concern for the well being of others (AOTA, 2015)

7. Chosen Course of Action

7.1. #2 AND #4

7.1.1. If the agency has money to assist clients in this situation then Mrs. McGee could pay for the needed equipment. If not Aimee can look for local agencies that assist elderly clients who need home improvements.

7.1.2. The worship community could assist Mrs. McGee with the home improvments.

8. Ethical Principles

8.1. Beneficence - taking action to help others

8.1.1. Principle 1A Appropriate evaluation and plan of intervention specific to needs (AOTA, 2015)

8.2. Nonmaleficence

8.2.1. Principle 2 Remedy problems and limitations that may cause harm through appropriate action (AOTA, 2015)