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Week 3 Discussion Responses Response to Britney Fallen I tend to concur with your sentiments that quantitative assessment allows the social worker to gather all the necessary data such as the cognitive ability of the child. Quantitative tools entail the use of interviews, questionnaires, surveys, and observation to understand the client’s issues. It mainly focuses on numerical information. The tools are vital because the social worker can get quantitative data such as the frequency of the problem to identify the right clinical intervention (Holosko et al., 2012). It also eliminates bias in both the assessment and intervention. As a result, it can complement the results from the open-ended evaluation, which can, at times, be biased. Holosko, M. J., Dulmus, C. N., & Sowers, K. M. (2012). Social work practice with individuals and families: Evidence-informed assessments and interventions . John Wiley & Sons. Response to Nakesha Morgan You have pointed out that

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