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This study guide gives bullets of what I think you need to study for this week's quiz. It also give you bullets summarizing what you need to know from each section.
These notes cover chapters 7 and 8 as well as the Ethics reading. I included a Table of Contents at the beginning so you can find your way around much quicker. I also added a couple diagrams and images that I think will help explain things.
Disabilities, impairment, mobility, physical, mental, congenital, acquired, DDA, ADA, empowerment, residual, and institutional.
These notes cover the contents of chapter 2 from our textbook.
Privilege, diversity, populations at risk, discrimination, oppression, marginalization, alienation, economics, stereotypes, prejudice, race, ethnicity, couture, cultural competence, resiliency, empowerment perspective, risk factors, immigration, sexual orientation age, religion, and disability.
These notes cover chapter 4 which talks about the roles and functions that a social worker performs.
Health problems, unhealthy lifestyles, injuries, environment, diseases, 'Job' of medical social worker, managed care, problems with healthcare, health services, importance of advocacy, medical settings, planning, facing death, geriatric social work, key issues, global greying, practices for older adults, ageism, issues, poverty, retirement, healthcare, and abuse,
These notes cover chapter 5 which highlights 25 important principles for a social worker to operate under.
Generalist practice, system theory, ecologist perspective, organizational structure, generalist practitioner, plan changed process, social work practice settings,
These notes cover volcanoes
This is a compilation of all the questions from the quizzes she has assigned us, not counting Chapter 10 as we have not done that one yet. I will upload another copy once we have taken that one. The answers are highlighted in green.
The 4th chapter of the class Exam is Chapters 1-5
Covers, social work, social welfare, micro, macro, and residual, institutional, developmental ideologies. Critical thinking steps, NASW code of ethics, education levels, and 10 major competencies required by social work.
These notes cover chapter 3, which explains the art and science of social work.
Social welfare policy laws, policy development, service provision and eligibility, means-test, policy analysis, poverty, feminization of poverty, consequences of poverty, SNAP, WIS, Medicaid, and housing assistance.
NASW values, six core values, ethical responsibilities, international, global rights, and professional values.
These notes cover plate tectonics
These notes cover chapter 1 of our assigned textbook, Techniques and Guidelines for Social Work Practice.
Child welfare, maltreatment, abuse, coping skills, child protections services, neglect, mental health, sexual abuse, life of a case, case management, case plans, family preservation, out of home placement, family reunification, CPS, and prevention services.
These notes cover how social work is done