identify two different groups whose civil rights B u s i n e s s F i n a n c e
1.After completing the readings for this unit, utilize the ASI that was completed for the client in the chosen case study in Unit 6 and discuss the continuum of care that is most appropriate based on the data collected from the assessment. Include the following:1.Intervention strategies.2.Treatment strategies.3.Post-treatment strategies
2.After completing the readings for this unit, utilize the data collected from the ASI that was completed for the client in the chosen case study in Unit 6 to discuss the most important problem areas in the client’s life. Discuss how the data from the assessment helped identify these problems. Provide specific detail on the problems in the client’s life and indicate how these problems might be addressed in treatment.
social welfare class
3.The recurrent push under President Reagan for distinguishing between the worthy and the unworthy and for the voluntary and private sector to take on more responsibility for social welfare seems to reflect a turn back to the 1800s and the Charity Organization Societies.
Do you agree or disagree with this ideology? What similarities and differences do you see between the Reagan era policies and the Charity Organization Societies? Do you agree or disagree with their claims of worthiness, based on NASW’s Policy Statement on Economic Justice? Explain why.
4.The 1960s marked a period of civil rights that were expanded in the 1970s. However, in the late 1980s, these efforts seemed to take a different direction, with a more conservative Supreme Court.
Given the current composition of the Supreme Court:
Do you think civil rights continue to be reversed or expanded for certain groups? Support your claim with evidence from the scholarly or research literature.?
Which groups may benefit from the current Supreme Court, and which groups may suffer? You may have to review current events to answer this part of the question.?
- Identify two different groups whose civil rights are suffering current infringement but may not be receiving public attention.
- How does the NASW Policy Statement on Civil Liberties and Social Justice address these discrimination and equity issues?