social work study guide for Exam 2
social work study guide for Exam 2 SW 1000
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by rh389814 on Sunday March 6, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to SW 1000 at Ohio University taught by Annelle Edwards in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 77 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare in Public Health at Ohio University.
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Exam 2 study guide (ch.46) Ch.4 Donna Rudnitski story o Compassionate council of churches Rutherford family story o Helping children pay for school Social welfare concepts o Residual approach Family care first, temporary, little as possible, stigma o Institutional approach First line of defense, before breakdown, ongoing, no stigma Old world and historical roots o Elizabethan poor laws o Speenhamland Act 1795 Almshouse o Old, blind, disabled Workhouse o Ablebodied poor Social security act 1935 Settlement house movement Ch.5 LaTanya Tracy story o Child left to grandmother by alcoholic mother Natasha Historical perspectives o Children age 5+ expected to work o Life expectancy was 30 yrs. o Many churches gave care to needy children Orphan trains o Children sent west to work on farms Foster care/adoption systems late 1800s Case of Mary Ellen o Abuse by adopted mother 1909 white house conferences on children o Every 10 yrs except Reagan years African American families o Many places did not provide care or assistance to African American people, therefore they took care of each other. o Slavery separated many families o Freedman’s bureau Child protective services o Some adults in certain professions have legal responsibility to report any suspicion of child abuse o All states have CPS o 1997 adoption & safe families act (permanent homes) Continuum of care o Lest restrictive intervention method possible Ch.6 David Deerinwater story o Psychiatric patient from Cherokee descent Basic knowledge of mental health Teamwork o Psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, social workers Diagnostic and Statistical manual of mental health (DSM) o Contains all the mental illnesses and their symptoms (most recent is DMSV) Mental disorders o Anxiety disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, etc. Generalist social work in mental health o Therapy, counseling, problem solving, etc. Stress o Acute vs. posttraumatic stress Social justice issues in mental health Native American/Cherokee history
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