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Katzman, e. (2020).

The first three weeks of the course focus on positionality, critical reflexivity, standpoint and intersectionality. You have had the opportunity to read and to discuss a variety of first-person perspectives on various forms of engagement with health and social care. Now, it’s your turn to explore and practice communicating your own personal narrative. To help guide your reflection, consider the following questions: Why were you interested in taking this course? How do you understand yourself in relation to health and social care (i.e. as a client/consumer, an aspiring professional, etc.)? How does your membership in different social groups or categories shape your experiences and/or understanding of disability and health? How does it feel to reflect, or even to be asked to reflect, on your embodied positionality?
Although this is a reflection, remember that each course assignment provides you opportunities to communicate what you are learning in the course. It will probably make sense to adopt a first-person voice for your reflection. As you craft your reflection, notice the difference between “I am” versus “I think” or “I believe”. There is no need to back up “I am” statements with evidence, however it is important to explain why you “think” or “believe”. Support discussion of what or why you “think” or “believe” with reference to course readings, including at least one (1) article and at least three (3) web or textbook readings. All references should be properly cited.
–>I work as a personal support worker so we can relate some of the stuff within the slides/reading I share with you!
READINGS TO BE USED AS REFERENCES:
1. Burghardt, M. et al. (2021). Coming to critical disability studies: Critical reflections on disability in health and social work professions. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 10(1).
2. Katzman, E. (2020). Exhausted? Slow down and listen (to disabled wisdom). Blog: Federation for the Social Sciences and Humanities.
3. Katzman, E. (2015). Embodied reflexivity: Knowledge and the body in professional practice. In B. Green, N. Hopwood (eds.), The Body in Professional Practice, Learning and Education, Professional and Practice-based Learning (14. Mahipaul, S. & Katzman, E. (2020).What Does it Mean to Be “Productive”? A Conversation Between Disability Allies. Blog: National Centre for Institutional Diversity.
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Step 1: identify a community issue that has impacted a vulnerable community.

Step 1: Identify a community issue that has impacted a vulnerable community.
Step 2: Read pages 7-10 in the attached document- Power Analysis_lcat_take_action_create_chan
Step 3: Click on the following link http://systems.geofunders.org/systems-resources/power-analysis and review the sample power analysis
Step 4: Complete 7-10 in the attached document- Power Analysis_lcat_take_action_create_chan
questions that need to be answered are attached in file

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Identify one website addressing the phenomenon of pro anorexia and describe the content (provide the webpage url).

Below are the instructions and questions that need to be answered in the paper. please read carefully to insure it is done the correct way. Make sure to provide APA citations and a reference list. Thank you!
Describe the role of peer relationships on the development of feeding and eating disorders in adolescence.
Describe the role of social media and body shaming on feeding and eating disorders in adolescence.
Identify one website addressing the phenomenon of pro anorexia and describe the content (provide the webpage URL). Why might adolescents be drawn to this perspective?
Describe the biological, psychological, and social effects of feeding and eating disorders in adolescence.
Identify and explain a theoretical model that can be used when working with adolescents experiencing feeding and eating disorders.
Describe two approaches that you might find useful for addressing feeding and eating disorders among adolescents.

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To get the video type in :precious clips

This is a discussion post !!!! The original post should be a 100 words & secondly I will upload a peer post you should respond with 50 words!! I will upload more instructions please follow . To get the video type in :precious clips

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What’s the school counselor’s role in promoting equity and access for all students?

1. How do the ASCA student standards (Mindsets & Behaviors) inform the work of the school counselor?
2. What’s the school counselor’s role in promoting equity and access for all students?
3. What do you think is the most important characteristic of a school counselor? What’s the most essential characteristic school counselors have that supports a caring/supportive school climate for all student?

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Apa format 7th

“The Death Penalty: should it be abolished or retained?”
Write two papers supporting death penalty (3 reason supporting my stance “pro”) Please use this references in the attachment. You can use other references, too. Please let me know if you have additional quesitons
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Learning objective: students will learn the various areas of practice as generalist social workers and how each area of practice works to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families’ groups, and communities.

Introduction: Chapter 3 discusses the history of human services delivery and how human services has transformed over the course of the past two decades. More specifically, this chapter identifies the significance of human services delivery for various populations in the United States of America. However, social worker students will focus specifically on the impact human services delivery has on children and families in the United States of America. Reviewing the transformation of child welfare, families, and child labor laws.
Learning Objective: Students will learn the various areas of practice as generalist social workers and how each area of practice works to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families’ groups, and communities.
Conclusion: upon completion of this chapter, students will have a working knowledge of the various programs and services provided by social workers to address social issues faced by individuals, families’ groups, and communities.
Learning Activity: Student are required to review chapter 3 and become familiar with the history of human services and social welfare as it relates to children and families. This chapter will provide important dates and transitions in the human profession field. Students will become knowledgeable of the changing trends in human services as well as the importance of knowing the various jobs in the human services profession that works specifically with individuals, families’ groups, and communities.
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Student will have a multiple-choice examination of the history of Human Services as it pertains to children and families as well as the advances in the social welfare profession. This multiple-choice examination is worth 10 points and will be provided on-line.

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Please list current interventions, strategies and support services or programs designed to meet needs of individuals, groups and communities in this chapter exercise.

Introduction: Chapter 2 discusses vulnerable groups in the Unites States. More specifically, this chapter identifies the significance of human services delivery for various populations in the United States of America. However, social worker students will focus specifically on the impact human services delivery has on children and families in the United States of America.
Learning Objective: Students will learn the various areas of practice as generalist social workers and how each area of practice works to enhance the quality for life individuals, families’ groups, and communities.
Conclusion: upon completion of this chapter, students will have a working knowledge of the various programs and services provided by social workers to address social issues faced by individuals, families’ groups, and communities.
Learning activity: Students are required to review chapter two and identify specific social welfare needs of individuals, families, groups and community in the United States of America.
Students are required to writer a five-page paper on children and families. This paper should be APA and of good quality. The paper should have the following
This paper should be APA and of good quality. The paper should have the following markings as part of this exercise and should be precise and clear!
Please detail the historical foundation of
This paper should be APA and of good quality. The paper should have the following markings as part of this exercise and should be precise and clear in delivery
Please list the needs of individuals, families and groups as well as potential barriers to meeting the needs of the identified group
Please list current interventions, strategies and support services or programs designed to meet needs of individuals, groups and communities in this chapter exercise.
Please use references to support your written response
Feel free to use internet sources, books, articles, or other resources as part of this exercise

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Review the provided sources and develop a 5 to 10-slide powerpoint related to the position and how you would support families that have students that have chronic absenteeism issues.

Family Engagement Specialist Interview Assignment Instructions:
Review the provided sources and develop a 5 to 10-slide PowerPoint related to the position and how you would support families that have students that have chronic absenteeism issues. An emphasis should be placed on open communication, support of families, resourcing, building real relationships and honoring family voice. In your presentation detail events you will have and actions you will take to stymie chronic absenteeism.

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What are the direct services that you provide and how does these services foster positive outcomes to children, families, groups, and community?

Week 6 Assignment
Chapter 5: The Human Services Worker
Learning Objective: Students will learn the various areas of practice as generalist social workers but will focus specially on theoretical perspectives that are specific to working with children and families. Moreover, students will become familiar with theoretical perspectives that have proven to be best fit for best utility in social work interventions with individuals, families’ groups, and communities.
Conclusion: upon completion of this chapter, students will have a working knowledge of the various theoretical constructs, theoretical orientations and perspectives used to work specifically with individuals, families’ groups, and communities.
in the social welfare profession.
Learning Activity: Students are to review chapter 5 and gain some degree of understanding of the role of the human services worker as it pertains to working with children and families. As part of this exercise, each student must conduct and interview with a social worker (BSW, MSW or PhD) that currently works in child and family services, preferably Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS), Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), Department of Mental and Behavioral Health (DHDBB). Due to confidentiality, no names of the social workers in which you interview are to be provided as part of this class exercise. Due to COVID-19 protocols, this interview should last 20 to 30 minutes and can be conducted by phone, zoom, or in person. As part of this career exploration exercise, the following questions should serve as a guide to your interview with the social worker as part of the class assignment. Feel free to add or change the following questions.
What is your title as a social worker?
How long have you been a social worker?
As a social worker, what role do you play the life of children, families, groups and community?
What type of training have you received to be effective on your job?
What are the direct services that you provide and how does these services foster positive outcomes to children, families, groups, and community?
What are the pros and cons of your job and how do you address the pros and cons of your work with children, families, groups and community?
What is the primary role of a social worker in your work setting and do you find your work overwhelming at times? If so, what do you do to manage stress and burnout.
As a social worker, how do you know that your work effects change children, families, groups and community.
What advice to you have for an entry level social worker about working in the current employment setting.
Is there anything else you might want to tell me about social work that I didn’t ask.
The interview must be transcribed (type written). As part of the interview exercise, each student is to post the three most important aspects of their interview with a social worker as part of this assignment.
All transcribed (type written) interviews must be provided to the instructor. This examination is worth 10 points.