Social Withdrawal and Violence

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Health

Annual Edition Series
Daniel, Editor; McGraw-Hill/Dushkin Publishing, 35th. edition,
2014-2015
ISBN: 978-0-07-813616-0

PICK ONE for the discussion writing

Essay 1.3: Carrots, Sticks and Health Care Reform

Essay 2.1: Social Withdrawal and Violence

Essay 2.2: The Boom and Bust Ego

Essay 8.1: Deviated

Essay 8.3: In Dire Health

Essay 10.2: Suicide, Guns and Public Policy

Health

Annual Edition Series

Daniel, Editor; McGraw-Hill/Dushkin Publishing, 35th. edition,

2014-2015

ISBN: 978-0-07-813616-0

 

 

Please review the list of readings for Week 2 in the syllabus and the notes available to you in the column to the left of this site (See Notes: Part 1 Health Terminology).

  1. There are several references to Obamacare in the notes available to you. Please review the notes associated with “Obamacare” and write a post on the positive and/or negative views you may have as a reaction to Obamacare for discussion this week in the Forum.  You may also want to contribute any research on the topic for your post in the Forum this week as well.
  2. Please read the essay: “From Hospital to Healthspital.” The author of this essay believes there are many positives about community hospitals around the U.S. today, but makes a variety of recommendations about them. Discuss the recommendations and your reactions to them.
  3. Select oneof the following essays also assigned in the syllabus this week and, post your reactions to the author’s thoughts about the topic:

 

  • Carrots, Sticks and HC Reform

  • Social Withdrawal and Violence

  • The Boom and Bust Ego

  • Deviated

  • In Dire Health

  • Suicide, Guns and Public Policy

 

 

Notes: Part 2 – Human Service Terminology

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HUMAN SERVICE TERMINOLOGY

 

  1. CASE MANAGEMENT

THIS TERM APPLIES TO AGENCIES THAT COORDINATE TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR PEOPLE IN NEED BY LINKING HUMAN SERVICE PROGRAMS TO MEET THOSE NEEDS. IT IS A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH AND HELPS TO ELIMINATE WASTE, PROVIDE FOR MORE EFFICIENT RESOURCES AND ASSISTS PEOPLE MUCH MORE QUICKLY, USUALLY IN A CENTRAL LOCATION.

  1. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS (EAPs)

EAPs ARE HUMAN SERVICES THAT ARE OFFERED BY EMPLOYERS AT THE WORKPLACE SETTING OR REFERRALS THROUGH THE EMPLOYER EAP. THESE SERVICES ORIGINATED WITH THE ONSET OF ROBOTICS AT THE WORKPLACE IN MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENTS FOR DISPLACED WORKERS. IT MAY INVOLVE RETRAINING EMPLOYEES, BUT USUALLY ASSOCIATED WITH PROVIDING HEALTH CARE, POSSIBLY DAY CARE PROGRAMMING, INDIVIDUAL OR FAMILY COUNSELING, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ASSISTANCE, DRUG REHAB, ETC.

  1. THE HUMAN SERVICE SYSTEM

THERE ARE FOUR COMPONENTS: MISSION STATEMENT, POLICIES, PROGRAMMING, COMPETENT STAFF.

  1. NETWORKING

INTERFACING WITH OTHER HUMAN SERVICE PROFESSIONALS PRIMARILY TO COORDINATE CASE MANAGEMENT PLANS TO DELIVER QUALITY SERVICES.

  1. AFDC TO TANF

AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN (AFDC) WAS THE ORIGINAL WELFARE PROGRAM WHICH WAS REFORMED IN 1996 TO TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES REFLECTING IN THE FOLLOWING CHANGES: MANDATING EMPLOYMENT IN ORDER TO RECEIVE BENEFITS AND A LIFE-TIME CAP OF FIVE YEARS OF FEDERAL ASSISTANCE.

  1. WAR ON POVERTY

FEDERAL LEGISLATION IN 1964 UNDER THE JOHNSON ADMINISTRATION THAT WAS PART OF THE “GREAT SOCIETY” INITIATIVE, DESIGNED TO ELIMINATE POVERTY IN THE U.S. BY THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN SERVICE PROGRAM NETWORKS.

  1. EMPATHY

THE ABILITY TO PLACE ONESELF IN ANOTHER’S SHOES; FEELING THE PAIN OF ANOTHER PERSON AND HIS SITUATION AND ATTEMPTING TO UNDERSTAND THE PERSON’S PROBLEM AND NEED FOR HUMAN SERVICE INTERVENTION.

  1. CRISIS INTERVENTION

WHEN A CLIENT IS IN IMMEDIATE NEED AND MAY BE A LIFE/DEATH SITUATION. HUMAN SERVICE INTERVENTION IS IMMEDIATE IN RESPONSE TO SUCH A DILEMMA.

  1. FORMAL HELPING

HUMAN SERVICE ASSISTANCE ORIGINATING FROM A HUMAN SERVICE ORGANIZATION/AGENCY WHOSE MISSION IS TO PROVIDE SUCH ASSISTANCE.

  1. INFORMAL HELPING

NORMALLY THIS IS THE FIRST LEVEL OF SUPPORT SOUGHT BY INDIVIDUALS IN NEED. EXAMPLES MAY BE: FRIENDS, RELATIVES, NEIGHBORS, CHURCH GROUPS, AND OTHER SUCH GROUPS OF PEOPLE NOT NORMALLY PART OF A HUMAN SERVICE NETWORK.