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Helping People 2 - Acceptance(direct...

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Intervention Case Management and Teamwork Case management defined Actions taken by worker To mobilize resources and services necessary to Provide effective and efficient service delivery Indirect Intervention Not to be confused with indirect practice which refers to administration tasks, like supervision Instead, indirect intervention refers to interactions with systems that affect clients during intervention stage Often, most challenging for beginning level practitioner Skills used Providing evidence Publicizing Bargaining Organizing Demonstrating Taking legal action Throughout these 4 types of interventions, certain practice principles apply Controlled emotional involvement (indirect)
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Unformatted text preview: Acceptance (direct) Confidentiality (referral) Self-determination (referral) Evaluation Evaluation is a time to study and measure the results of actions taken during intervention During evaluation, the generalist practitioner uses such research skills as Data collection measurement Analysis Evaluation Goal Analysis Has the goal been accomplished? Recall the starting point “What was the problem when we first met?” What was the contracted goal? Was the goal accomplished Answers can be from a variety of sources Primary client system Collateral contacts (Teachers, etc.)...
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