Case Study and Care Plan, assignment help

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I need a 5-7 page paper on this care plan. Section 1-3 are pretty much done just if you need to change a few things that’s fine. The last section which is Practitioners is what I need answered.

Prompt Your case study and care plan evaluation should address the following prompt: For this project, you will be evaluating the provided case study and care plan. Using the case study, you will first assess the impact of physical and psychological trauma on the children and family, as well as how this creates needs for the clients. Next, you will assess the primary, secondary, and tertiary interventions for how they address crises. This will lead to evaluating the plan overall for its ability to address the acute and ongoing needs of the children and family, as well identifying and providing recommendations for gaps in the service. Finally, you will discuss the case-specific risks to the practitioner’s well-being and recommend evidence-based referrals and interventions to address exposure to ongoing trauma.

Case Study and Care Plan A Pacific Islander family of three consisting of 34-year-old Anamalia, her 13-year-old son Eloni, and her 4-year-old son Kolomalu has been referred to a service center by the state’s Department of Child and Family Services for the following reasons. Eloni has just been placed in foster care for physically abusing his younger brother, Kolomalu. Child Protective Services (CPS) was brought in, Eloni was removed from the home, and the family was referred to counseling. In addition to acting out aggressively, there is good evidence that Eloni is a substance abuser as a teacher at his school found him sniffing paint several times. Also, through counseling, it was discovered that Eloni had been abused by a previous stepfather. Finally, Eloni has been suspended from school for attempting to stab a schoolmate.

Anamalia’s apartment management company has sent her a letter of intent to evict, stating that several residents have complained about feeling fearful around Eloni and about the noise during family arguments. Although Anamalia has hopes of getting a job soon, she is currently unemployed and is having difficulty making the rent payments and buying sufficient food for her family. Anamalia wants the family to be reunited and is willing to take parenting classes and enter into other services required by the state; however, she is worried about putting Kolomalu in more danger.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

I. Case Analysis – Needs – Please see CASE STUDY OUTLINE ATTACHED

A. Assess the impact of physical trauma on the children and family. What are the short-term impacts of this trauma? What are the long-term impacts of this trauma? How do the impacts differ? How are they similar?

B. Discuss the needs that are present due to the physical trauma on the children and family. How are these needs trauma-related? How are the needs different for short- and long-term trauma? How are they similar?

C. Assess the impact of psychological trauma on the children and family. What are the short-term impacts of this trauma? What are the long-term impacts of this trauma? How do the impacts differ? How are they similar?

D. Discuss the needs that are present due to the psychological trauma on the children and family. How are these needs trauma-related? How are the needs different for short- and long-term trauma? How are they similar?

E. Discuss the risk and resiliency factors for the children and family. What factors are present? How do these relate to the specific issue in the case? How do these relate to the ages of the clients?

II. Care Plan – Interventions: Explain the interventions present in the case and how they address levels of crisis. – PLEASE SEE INTERVENTIONS CARE PLAN ATTACHED

A. Assess the extent to which interventions align with legal standards. What legal standards are applicable to this case? How do the interventions take these into consideration? Are there places where the interventions do not align with legal standards?

B. Assess the extent to which interventions align with ethical guidelines. What ethical guidelines are applicable to this case? How do the interventions take these into consideration? Are there places where the interventions do not align with ethical guidelines?

C. Assess the extent to which primary intervention strategies address crises. How do the interventions address primary crises? How will these interventions benefit the family? How do they not address primary crises? What is an intervention that would address primary crises and how would this benefit the clients?

D. Assess the extent to which secondary intervention strategies address crises. How do the interventions address secondary crises? How will these secondary interventions benefit the family? How do they not address crises? What is a secondary intervention that would address crises and how would this benefit the clients?

E. Assess the extent to which tertiary intervention strategies address crises. How do the tertiary interventions address crises? How will these tertiary interventions benefit the family? How do they not address crises? What is a tertiary intervention that would address crises and how would this benefit the clients?

F. Discuss the importance of incorporating primary, secondary, and tertiary interventions. Why is addressing each important? How do the interventions differ? How do they relate to each other?

III. Care Plan – Needs: Explain the care plan and how it addresses the clients’ needs. – PLEASE SEE NEEDS CARE PLAN ATTACHMENT

A. Evaluate the extent to which the plan addresses the children’s needs. How do the interventions and referrals in place address the needs? How do the interventions and referrals differ for acute versus ongoing needs? Do they fully address the needs?

B. Discuss the gaps in service of the plan. How do the interventions or referrals not address the children’s needs? What recommendations would you make to address these needs?

C. Evaluate the extent to which the plan addresses the family’s needs. What steps are in place to address the family’s needs? How do they address the needs? How do the steps differ for acute versus ongoing needs? Do they fully address the needs? Are there gaps where needs are not addressed?

D. Discuss the gaps in service of the plan. How do the interventions or referrals not address the family’s needs? What recommendations would you make to address these needs?

E. Evaluate the effectiveness of the contingency plan. What contingency plan is in place? How does this address risk and resiliency factors of the child and family?

IV. Practitioners: After examining the case and associated care plan, discuss the risks to practitioners working with this case, and research and recommend referrals and interventions. – PLEASE ANSWER QUESTIONS HERE.

A. Determine the case-specific risks to the practitioner’s well-being. What are the case-specific risks? What aspects of the scenario could negatively affect the practitioner and how? What could be the short- and long-term effects of this trauma?

B. Research and recommend referrals for the practitioner using scholarly sources that address ongoing exposure to trauma-laden material and situations. What referrals and resources are needed? How will these referrals address short-term and long-term needs? What are the risks if this exposure is not addressed?

C. Research and recommendation interventions for the practitioner using scholarly sources that address ongoing exposure to trauma-laden material and situations. What interventions are needed? How will these interventions address short-term and long-term needs? What are the risks if this exposure is not addressed?

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