Cultural Competence of a Social Worker

Imagine being a social worker assigned to an agency in an urban city. This agency primarily serves people with disabilities, a population that is relatively new to you. In order to serve this population, part of your job is to become culturally competent about their experiences in society. What does...

The social politics of "passing".

Assignment: The Social Politics of "Passing" Many people have had the experience of being informally tested for fitness for membership in a peer group. However, for members of an oppressed group who can pass as a member of the dominant group, such as members of a racial minority who look like membe...

Mental Health Counselling and Confidentiality

Over the years, you have developed a specialization in working with clients who have sexual issues or who are experiencing sexual problems in their relationships. You recently attended a conference on this topic and found that many therapists have developed Internet counseling practices for clients ...

Martha Nussbaum and Affordable Care Act

Can anyone help me with some points that are essential to Martha Nussbaum principle of "physical quality of life" and discuss how the Affordable Care Act either does or does not advance the principles of social justice (in particular the principles that pertain to the just distribution of limited h...

Social Policy Case Studies for Social Workers

Case #2 Sam Addams Sam Addams is a divorced 67 year old retired attorney with advanced liver cancer. After a long talk with his children and his primary care physician, Sam has decided that palliative care is his only realistic option. Although Sam would like to stay at home as long as possible, ...

Professional Standards of Care and Cultural Competency

1. Describe how multicultural competence is an ethical issue and why you need to consider this in your identity and practice as a professional counselor. 2. Describe how each of these goals contributes to multicultural competence. Provide a specific example to illustrate how you plan to implement e...

Ethical behavior is foundational in professional, productive, and trusting client relationships. NASW's Code of Ethics states a conflict of interest exists in personal and social relationships with clients. Rules of confidentiality endure during and after a working relationship, and continue when the social worker leaves the work setting. Ethical codes should guarantee professional, moral, beneficial, compassionate, and confidential client interactions.

What are your views about forming social relationships with clients during the time they are working with you in your professional setting? What are your views about forming social relationships with former clients after they worked with you in your professional setting? Does your specific professio...

Raising Babies in Prison

See the attachment. Please provide guidance wrapping up my hypothetical research proposal for my research and statistics class. I have completed the paper (rough-draft is attached) but I am having trouble summarizing it all without sounding redundant. Assist with writing a conclusion summarizi...

Creating a Social Program

I need to create a social program for my Public Policy Development in Health and Human Services class. Other than the text I am looking for websites or books that could give examples of the stages of development: the problem to be addressed, analysis, policy elements, financing, staffing, and eval...

Barriers to Human Services

Please provide assistance with the problem discussed below: I need at least 800 words of material and please do not copy or reference website material. ISSUES: Identify 3 barriers to services, planning, funding, or empowerment in a selected aspect of human services, and thoroughly discuss h...