Evaluate how personal and interpersonal relationships

Assignment Detail:- MSWPG7202 Social Work Practice with Children, Young People and Families Assessment Part: Case Study Analysis Rationale for the task: This task addresses the following Learning Outcomes: • K2- Evaluate and appraise the intergenerational impact on Indigenous and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander -ATSI- and First Nations People and communities of racism and oppression, and the legacy arising from colonisation, dispossession and the Stolen Generations' experience- • K3- Assess and evaluate how personal and interpersonal relationships impact mental and physical health and wellbeing, and how loss, grief and trauma impact children, young people and families- • K4 Critically appraise the ways in which families are constructed by, and situated within, diverse social, political, economic, cultural, legal and historical contexts-• S1- Identify linkages between situation/problem and life conditions, with particular attention to issues of power, oppression and discrimination-• S2- Critique the potential discriminatory aspects of legislation, policy and practice in Australian institutions, and articulate how these aspects impact on children and families-• S3- Propose interventions most likely to address clients and services users across their life course, with a particular focus on children and families-• S4- Assess the evaluate the impact of socio-economic states, life opportunities, trauma and environment on the mental and physical health and wellbeing of individuals, families, groups and communities-• A1- Demonstrate a critical appreciation of research informed analysis of case studies/scenarios, and evidence-based practice-• A2- Recognise the need for assessments and interventions to be informed by the lived experiences of clients, service users and other stakeholders, and apply this knowledge to assessments and interventions-• A3- Apply initiative and judgments in planning, problem solving and decision- making- Details of task: Students will conduct a case study analysis, applying the Signs of Safety approach- Based on information provided in the detailed case study, students will complete an Assessment Plan, providing details for each of the following Seven Analysis categories within the Signs of Safety approach:• What are we worried about????-1- Harm-2- Danger-3- Complicating factors • What's working well????-4- Existing strengths-5- Existing safety • What needs to happen????-6- Safety goals-7- Next steps Students will be provided with extensive information about the Signs of Safety approach, including detailed explanations about the Assessment and Planning Framework, and an example of a completed Assessment Plan, in the Pre-Seminar Learning Activities- Attachment:- Case Study Analysis-rar

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