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Lecture 3 1. Prevention 2. Eco map 3. What to look  for in agencies 4. Supervision 5. Evaluation 6. Case notes 7. Practice  exercise Lesson Objectives Review of Prevention To understand the concept of person-in-environment and the whole person To learn to develop tools to help complete a successful field placement These tools include:  how to handle supervision, learning what to expect during  the evaluation process, and how to write a report. The following will be used in class exercises Prevention Social problem Primary Secondary Tertiary Economic Poverty Social Assistance Programs aiding individuals living on  the streets Out of the cold Social Addiction s Abuse Family  Problems Premarital  counselling Parenting Skills Detox centers Psychologica l Mental illness CMHA Hospitalization Eco Map Family Education Friends Recreation and Hobbies Client Employment
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Religion Health Social service agency What to look for in Agencies for Field Placements Write down what you think are important factors in looking for Field Placements. _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ __ Supervision Define individual, group, ad hoc supervision and formal case presentation Effective use of Supervision Evaluation Report writing (tools to be  discussed) Verbal ability Initiative of relationship with  colleagues Relationship with  clients/consumers  Gains more of an in-depth  knowledge of client issues Knowledge of community  resources Displays evidence of  professional/ethical standards  of conduct (code of ethics) Punctuality Were learning goals met? Were tasks completed?  Knowledge of procedures,  mandate, and philosophy of  agency Report writing (Client Records)  “What is not documented did not occur” The dos and don’ts of report writing Describe behaviour - do not make assumptions  Observations:  Just the facts (ma’am – from Dragnet, Joe Friday!) Objective information (direct observation) Do not diagnose Summarization – important points  Each organization has developed a formula for entering information.    1.  Background – who the client is: a. Personal information:  age, gender, marital status b. How client came to agency  c. Presenting problems—what brought them to the agency – their perspective) d. Family social supports e. Health issues f. Client’s employment and educational background g. Past experience with social workers or other agencies 2.  What transpired – responses from client (verbal, non-verbal)
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a. What transpired  – client’s affective (emotional) responses b. Subjective (the client feels or perceives her situation (self-report)
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course SSW 147 taught by Professor Susan during the Spring '11 term at Seneca.

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