Social Services: On 02/17/2017, Ms. Hair and her son Aaron met with the family assigned Case Manager for the family ILP Document Review. Ms. Hair is expected to meet with her assigned Case Manager bi-weekly. Ms. Hair’s next ILP appointment is on 02/02/2017. Case Manager asked Ms. Hair if she is aware that she is not in-compliance with the terms of her ILP, Ms. Hair stated yes. Case Manager asked Ms. Hair if is aware that failed to attend her ILP meetings since 01/23/2017, Ms. Hair stated that she was aware. Ms. Hair last ILP was conducted on 01/23/2017. Ms. Hair stated that the reason that she has not attended her ILP meetings is due to her work scheduled. Case Manager explained to Ms. Hair that it’s understandable that she is working and she
Hi Kendra you made a point about things falling through if Multicausality wasn’t considered. Mandell & Schram (2012) stated “even though we have collected all the data we could about a person, we still end up with a best guess” (pg. 81). But what if you only guess at two different aspects of the client’s life? By limiting the scope of what the possible causes may be is a disservice to your client. A good visual to understand a person problem is the pie chart on page 85. It systematically looks at each part of a person’s life and separates out the areas that contribute to the person’s problem.
I: CM met with client to inquire about updates relating to his housing goals. CM noticed client had a black eye and some swelling on the right side of his face. CM questioned client on what had happen to him and how he got hurt. CM assess program’s logbook for incident report and consulted with the monitors to see if they knew anything relating to client’s well-being. In an effort to educate the client on safety and his well-being, CM explained to the client that is important that he he takes every precaution while using drugs and when confronted with violence. CM continued to assess for PTSD symptoms, substance abuse, and medication compliance.
Client came into social service after receiving a SUS appointment slip left at the front desk by CM 10/3/17 to meet on 10/5/17 at 4pm. Client stated she only had a few minutes to talk because she had to cook dinner. Client informed CM her PA account was closed and she replied once again. Client also reports she has to visit Connecticut, PA office for a letter stating her PA case is closed in that state. Client informed her CM all documents requested will be submitted within a weeks’ time. Client reports two of her four daughters Selah McKenzie and Olivia Lue have a doctor appointment tomorrow October, 5, 2017. The other two daughters, Trinity and Nyan McKenzie have appointments next week Tuesday on October 10,
The Sanchez family wants the local social service agency to provide a psychosocial assessment. As a social worker at the agency, they will apply sociocultural and social change lenses. To demonstrate an understanding how each of the theoretical or perspective lenses can apply to the Sanchez family case. To identify their problems, determine their skills and capacities, what they are doing well, how they accomplish it and then analyze ways that those strengths might apply to the identified problems.
Daniel is a department of human services worker (DHS). Daniel is close friends with the Yinger family. While reviewing multiple applications at work for renewal of state aid. Daniel realizes the Yinger receives state aid. He determines the families of eight is making $50 over the maximum household monthly income. Daniel informs and questions Ms Yinger about exceeding the $50 dollar maximum household income. Ms Yinger becomes irate that Daniel was questioning the Yinger family, they are barely above the state guidelines. Ms Yinger asked the Daniel if it was fair to allow the family of eight to go without food or health insurance because the family exceeds the minimum household a lot of income by $50. Kindly, Ms Yinger questions and bribes Daniel, she will pay him $50 monthly cash to edit the household expenses and income. Ms Yinger knows that the $50 dollar cash is a smaller loss than the $800 SNAP and full coverage health insurance.
On 9/15/2016, CM met with the client for Bi-Weekly ILP Review. Client was dressed appropriately for the weather. She was well groomed. As usual client in the meeting was loquacious, and loud. Client continues to be hostile towards this worker. Client continues to repeat to this worker as quote: "I am not mad with you, and this has nothing to do with you. It's all about DHS and your supervisor." Client was hostile due to an Authorization of Release Form client signed for staff to contact her therapist Dr. Iris Yankelevich for a copy of the client psychosocial and psychiatrist evaluations. Client continues to report that she didn’t signed the Authorization of Release Form because the form stated that the form is for HRA 2010e and she doesn’t know how many time she need to repeat herself that she doesn’t meet the ‘CRITERAI FOR SRO”. CM tries to explain to the client that staff is requesting a copy of her psychosocial and psychiatrist evaluation, but then client continue to talk over CM and threat to contact the Coalition and DHS. Client continues to set in her way and refuses to work with staff to meet her unmet needs. CM observed that the client walk with a book bags and a small shopping cart. Client reported she walk with all her documents and letters from Adult Protective Services & Social Security Administration stating that she is capable of living independently.
Sorry to know you had to experience the illness of a loved with whom you have shared your life with for such a long time. Hopefully you will be strengthen by the joy and good times you shared.
This essay will identify a case I have been involved in and have continuously had to assess whilst on placement. It will refer to a child who will be identified as A. A is a young carer and has only recently returned home after being removed from his mothers care due to her having a substance abuse problem and mental health concerns. I will link the legal framework that was relevant to this case study and describe actions taken. Additionally these actions will demonstrate the application of social work methods and theories that were contributive elements in his intervention, offering explanations as to why these particular methods were used. Before closing, the essay will review any issues of discrimination with a reflection of the
Department of Human Services offers a variety of programs and services for all Arkansas citizens. (DHS) gives an A to Z list of all services. Their goal is to help you find the information quickly. Health and Human Service workers help people get through difficult times, who are suffering or need additional support. They assist other workers, such as social workers, and they help clients find benefits or community services. (DHS) may follow up with clients to ensure that they are receiving the services and that the services are meeting their needs. The Department of Human Services believes that families matter. Unfortunately, not all services are offered in every county. In this body of work we are going to discuss the following: Services provided,
Human Services, Inc. stands by meeting the needs of the client and the community. If a client does not have insurance or no income, we still allow them to receive mental health services. They are required, being Human Services, Inc. is a county contracted organization, to fill out a liability form that ultimately determines how much is due at the end of each month for services. Most of the time, the services are covered by the county. This agency also meets the needs of the community due to accepting almost all insurances, coordinating with public transportation, in addition to coordinating with internal and external resources. This agency does not meet all the needs of the community for the reason that there is always room for
At hours on June 26, 2016, I, Cpl. Lessane, along with Deputy Wright, with the Hampton County Sheriff’s Office, responded to 2863 Two Sister Ferry Road, in the county of Hampton, in regards to a disturbance incident. Upon arrival, deputies spoke with the complainant, Susan Wells, who stated a yellow aggressive lab, chased her and her husband while riding their bicycle on Two Sister Ferry Road. Deputies attempted to make contact with the dogs and its own, no contact was made.
On 7/15/2015, CM conducted a search via Security to locate client. Client was found sitting in the patio. Security asked the client to go upstairs to the 3rd floor to see social services. CM met with the client and completed Bi-Weekly ILP Review. In the meeting the client was well groomed and dressed appropriately for the weather. She appears to be calm, cooperative and friendly. CM inquires how client is doing since the last Bi-Weekly IlP. Client replies she is doing well and she is still waiting for DHS Manifest if she was approved or disapproved for the apartment” CM reiterates to the client as per P4P meeting on 7/9/2015, client was informed to be “open minded” and also there is a possibility she may not be accepted for the housing.
The Department of Social Services, DSS, is a public social services agency and the South Carolina Department of Social Services is one of the largest agencies, with 3,785 employees and an annual budget of more than 692 millions of dollars” (Child protective services, 2016). The overall mission of DSS is;
The mission is to “Preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs in his name without discrimination.” The clientele ranges between families, single men, and single women. In which the temporary housing facility has separate areas for each. Their mission is to help these individuals as well as families to get stable and on their feet within two years.