The article is appropriate for the subject because it gives the reader an the reason of study by indicating the purpose which it is to conduct the psychometric testing of smoking and the guides that nurses are given and which method would work better. This article gave the design of the study which was cross sectional. The location where the study was located and which nurses where studied. This article indicated what the findings which were 0. The article indicated the conclusion of the study and what the studies turnout where at the end.
The article showed the impact on the effect of the patients had when nurses would counsel them to quit smoking. The article is conducted properly because in the beginning it gave an abstract of what was discussed and what was the discussion about and what the results where. The article does support the conclusion because it has the conclusion of the study and how the study turnouts where.
The conclusion was that to improve the guides that nurses have to counsel patients about quitting smoking. The article expressed that nurses need more practice on guides that will help them guide the patient to quit smoking. If any other additional statistical analyses could be performed it would be how nurses can improve the patients care during the outpatient counseling. However, as much as a Human Service System would differentiate itself from the other types of services, there are some common elements and strategies that must be reached in every organization, in order to provide a successful development.
No matter the area of activity, it is motivation that leads to productivity and further, to success. Yet, one should distinguish between management and leadership. While the former regards the field of task issues, the latter focuses on finding the most suitable manner for motivation and the best organizational innovation. A manager is not compulsory a leader, and vice-versa, but…… [Read More].
Leadership within Human Services Organizations. For this assignment, I will choose the issue regarding the requirements of becoming a food bank agency as highlighted by Rob Randels. Any group that seeks to be certified as a food bank agency must sign liability releases. It seeks to protect the anonymity of the donor.
Moreover, such an agency must be committed to the safekeeping of the foodstuff they collect. The activities and operations of such agency group must be open to scrutiny and monitoring. The agency group must comply with the strict requirement of ensuring that all the collected foodstuffs end to the needy people rather than repackage and sell in a business model.
Lastly, the agency is required to adhere to the strict procedure of obtaining the food from the food bank and distributing such food. The influence of leadership styles on organizational commitment: The moderating effect of Emotional Intelligence. Business and Management Studies, 2 1: Human Services Systems Integration. Institute for Research on Poverty. Social Work Today, 8 4: Social Work and Human Services Disabilities.
Disabled persons are an especially vulnerable population, both in crisis situations and in everyday life. Although the Americans with Disabilities Act ADA has greatly enhanced visibility and understanding of this special population, human services workers continue to play a tremendous role in ensuring the protection of ethical and legal rights of persons with disabilities. The diversity within the population and other barriers like inaccessible infrastructure or services occasionally impede effective service delivery in some situations.
In a crisis situation, persons with disabilities are vulnerable for several reasons. A natural disaster can strand persons with disabilities, leaving the most vulnerable without access to food and water, or emergency relief services. Some persons with disabilities might be…… [Read More]. Human Services and their Skills Assessment. Professionalism Being the first person that customers meet when they come to the front desk, the need for professionalism and a friendly demeanor is crystal clear to me.
I had to look neat and polished every day. I met customers with a smile and expressed a willingness to help them. I had no option but to remain focused throughout and kept asking customers how I could be of help. There are many distractions at the front desk but I had to give my customers undivided attention at all times, and I did.
When a customer is given such undivided attention, they develop the impression that the company values its customers greatly Christensen, Answering phone calls was part of my job. So there are times a phone would ring while I was physically attending to a customer.
I would apologize and request them to allow me to answer the phone. Retrieved February 6, , from http: Retrieved February 6, , from https: Abstract Much of the research that shaped this paper reflected how the most functional adults were able to make the transition from adolescence to adulthood with the emotional and financial support of their parents.
This paper also looks at the risk factors in connection with LGBTQ youth who are often kicked out of their familial homes, and who are subjected to more health risks and dangers on the streets and in the foster care and shelter system.
This paper examines the more common traumas that face homeless youth and the best structural…… [Read More]. Electronic case management with homeless youth. Supporting homeless youth during the transition to adulthood: Housing-based independent living programs. The utilization of treatment and case management services by HIV-infected youth. Breaking Boundaries With Empathy: Inner resources for survival: Integrating interpersonal psychotherapy with spiritual visualization with homeless youth.
Human Service Professional Assessment As a formal discipline, human services is a term which has emerged within the past several years.
However, the various functions and services involved with this term have been practiced for a significant amount of time. It was in initially understanding the social efforts required of human services that I first became attracted to this profession. In my esteem, human services is the most viable means of addressing the plenitude of social issues of this day at a granular level which produces the greatest impact in the world today.
My incipient understanding of this concept gravitated me towards this field, and fuels my most ardent beliefs about the various strengths, weaknesses, and ways in which I can improve my deficiencies. An intrinsic cognizance of the virtues associated with the strength of this profession, coupled with an awareness of traits associated with its weakness and the means…… [Read More].
Human Services Chaim Zins Does. The hope appears to be that deinstitutionalization will lead to human services that are more inclusive and that do not marginalize disadvantaged and minority groups in the same way that centralized institutionalized care did.
However, this leads me with the question of who is establishing the standards of care for the smaller groups? Are those standards established locally? If not, then how can the standards possibly reflect the concerns of different subgroups in society. On the other hand, if they are established locally, bias and prejudice can still impact the provision of care, and those local biases and prejudices may not be apparent to any non-local oversight agencies.
The move towards community-based care. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Human Service Professional in the Helping Process. One of the most important of these, according to Murphy and Dillon is the ethical aspect, because "ethical codes stress the primacy of the service obligation to the client, confidentiality, integrity, and follow-through. Adherence to strong ethical codes is of crucial importance in this profession.
Having a clear and specific set of ethical guidelines is essential because human service professionals are human beings with their own personal values. They have sets of beliefs which may be deeply engrained, including prejudices formed from their cultural, social, and educational backgrounds. These are sometimes so deeply…… [Read More]. Human Service Programs in the Ongoing Attempt. Human Service Programs In the ongoing attempt to recover human service programs, policymakers, funders, and service providers are progressively acknowledging the position of difficult program evaluations.
They want to distinguish what the programs achieve, what they cost, and how they should be functioned to achieve supreme cost-effectiveness. They want to identify which programs work for which areas, and they want suppositions based on proof, rather than impassioned pleas and testimonials.
With that said, it is important to understand what are the strengths and weaknesses in the Human Service Programs. What is Human Services? Human services are provide assistance aid to citizens that need help in getting or upholding basic human essentials, such as shelter, health and food," to name a few. Human Service Agency and Report. As noted, the agency provides a wide variety of services and programs. They service women and young children in the greater Henry County, GA area.
The agency provides counseling for pregnant women, but it also provides support to those mothers who choose to keep and raise their children. They provide everything from baby formula and diapers to maternity clothing, baby clothing, car seats, and cribs to needy families and mothers. It is a full-service organization in that caseworkers are assigned to clients and can advise them throughout the pregnancy and beyond.
PC also has counseling available for young mothers who choose to give their babies up for adoption. They also provide links to further educational information, and will counsel young women if they choose to have an abortion, too.
They will not perform the abortion, however. They also provide ultrasounds for patients. Funding is always a challenge in any community…… [Read More]. Human Services Administrator and the Example of. Then, based on the example you selected, explain how human services organizations can contribute to social change.
Finally, given the information presented in this course about human services administration, explain how you personally might influence social change. Human services and social change The human services administrator I selected was named Maurice. Maurice said he was always very socially-minded, and going into the field of human services administration seemed like a natural extension of his innate altruism. Maurice has worked with special needs adults, adults with substance abuse problems, and children.
Maurice stated that addressing social needs in his profession is a process of addressing the demands of children one child…… [Read More]. Human Services Organization of Interest to You. Then explain one specific purpose for conducting a program evaluation in that organization.
Provide one example that illustrates how program evaluation might be utilized for this purpose. Support your response with references to the Learning Resources.
Finally, draw a conclusion about the usefulness of program evaluation in assessing human services programs and services Program evaluation is both essential and useful for human services administrators. An evaluation can show the extent to which your organization or program is achieving its stated objectives and the expected results.
Program evaluation is an essential organizational practice used by organizations across the world. Program can be integrated…… [Read More]. How characteristics compare There are many different attributes that human service professionals need to be effective in their profession.
Obviously, there is a certain degree of intelligence and mental acuteness necessary to work in this field. But there are also certain subtleties that these professionals must be cognizant of which can influence their decisions and how they carry out their work. Human services is a profession in which compassion can actually help people just as much as any formal policy or procedure. As such, it largely appear to me that the three characteristics of a human service professional that should be the most salient are patience, kindness, and understanding.
These traits are intrinsically related to one another because they can all produce an empathetic compassion which is an integral part of a job in which the goal is to help people, not simply bureaucratically treat them…… [Read More]. Opportunities to be a resource to help others grow, help organizations succeed and to act as a catalyst for positive change in the life of another abound.
Human services professionals make decisions that will change the lives of those individuals they serve. Working with people is both an art and a science. Success can sometimes be attributed more to "having a hunch" than going solely by the book.
There are many instances where professionals must use good judgment to make the right decision. However, "good" and "right" are subjective; difficulty arises when the possible best course of action causes may test the ethical code. In my example, I will provide an analysis and a course of action to resolve ethical conflicts surrounding domestic abuse. Sadly, domestic abuse is a prevalent issue in society. The issues in the life…… [Read More].
Then provide an example of how the organizations collaborate. Finally, explain how the organizations in the partnership maintain their missions and increase their efficiencies through this partnership. The two organizations that I have chosen are the JCFS and a smaller, more recently established organization called Shalva.
They deal in many domestic and extra-domestic issues, such as vocational training, foster care, helping people find jobs, creating groups for adolescents, providing counseling sessions for troubled families, helping immigrants settle in the country, facilitating the lives of disadvantaged families and individuals, and so forth.
Human Services Administrator and the Conflict Situation. Then explain how you, as a human services administrator, might approach conflict in the selected situation to facilitate productivity and creativity. Social conflict occurs when two or more individuals oppose something within a social interaction. Conflict is part of human nature, and, as such, may be mitigated or managed through a variety of theories and psychological techniques.
Conflict theory, for instance, emphasizes individual interests rather than norms of value: This has given rise to a number of theories -- including economic theories of production and exploitation Marx and the way that groups…… [Read More].
Then explain one benefit and one limitation of engaging in policy advocacy. Be specific and provide examples. One of the most interesting of policy advocacy examples associated with the transcript is the employment barriers issue that has to do with criminal history, where individuals are barred from employment or even fired after many years of service simply because they have a criminal record, and usually one that has little if any impact on the job they are or could be hired to do.
The Michigan Organizing Project adopted this issue as one that required policy advocacy and went local to do so. And were very persistent in talking…… [Read More]. Be specific and use examples to support your explanation.
Stakeholder analysis of nonprofit organization: Although the need to demonstrate responsiveness to multiple stakeholder interests is not unique to nonprofit organizations, it can create an incentive for organizations to devote more time and attention to some stakeholders than others" LeRoux Human Services Worker Challenges.
Intentional Interviewing Interviewing a Human Services Worker Interviewing a client to gain a clear picture of a story or an event may be a difficult and complex when conducting an interview. There are a multitude of skills and micro-skills needed to be able to identify the relevant issues, make the interviewee feel comfortable enough to share the needed information, and to correctly perceive and record the key issues.
Interviewing a human services worker may carry an additional layer of complexity because these individuals work with humans who are certainly complex in nature as well as deal with complex situations. This analysis will consider some of the key areas of concern that are present in human service work and well as some of the ethical barriers one might face during an interview. Human Services Work Human services is a broadly defined line of work that focuses on a worker who is…… [Read More].
The Different Jobs in Human Services. Human Services Assistant The main job of human service assistants is to help people overcome very difficult times, or get more support. They give assistance to co-workers, like social workers, and help customers discover community services or benefits Social and Human Service Assistants: Bureau of Labor Statistics.
High school diploma or its equivalent. Some employers would rather hire workers with more academic qualifications and experience. Advancement opportunities are limited without additional education Social and Human Service Assistants: Works with the section of the population that is either suffering or in need of additional support Social and Human Services Assistants: The job of a social service…… [Read More]. Nature Purpose Human Services Practice Functions and History of Human Service Professionals On a fundamental level, the overarching goal of human service workers is to serve their clients.
It is widely acknowledged within this profession that there are a variety of client types who have a plethora of issues that human workers assist in solving. To that end, the primary goal of human service employees has been succinctly summarized within the preamble of the "Ethical Standards for Human Service Professionals," which unequivocally states that "Human services is a profession developing in response to and in anticipation of the direction of human needs and human problems in the late twentieth century" No author, no date, p.
Therefore, the goal of this profession is to ideally solve problems that plague individuals and groups of people in the latter stages of the twentieth century and in the beginning stages of the 21st…… [Read More]. Relevance to Human Service Practice According to. In the two cases the human services have privileged the notion of confidentiality over the more fundamental right of privacy. They argue there is a persistent confusion between these two concepts and that privacy is an important but neglected ethical concept within human services.
The two cases are examples of breach of confidentiality and privacy and implications. Following her accident, Sara was liable to compensation from her insurer in accordance to the New South Wales road accident compensation scheme. Motor accident compensation…… [Read More]. Developing Partnerships in Human Services Organizations. In human services organizations, developing partnerships is paramount because of the benefits associated with working with other organizations.
For example, with the collaboration between New Harbor Community and the business community, the input to the center is more powerful and with long-term efforts.
Moreover, such partnerships guarantee long-term commitment because mission completion is well defined and shared. Therefore, it is a strategy for of overcoming problems like fragmenting the needs of their clients into distinct categories, which ignore interrelated causes and solutions in some cases. Lastly, the partnerships ensure that the clients receive as many services as possible thereby enhancing their accessibility and reliability within short periods Hasenfeld, Administrators in such organizations play the role of enhancing efficiency during the establishment of partnerships.
Moreover, their dynamism is evident…… [Read More]. Ethical Abuses in Human Services. This is dangerous for both clients and workers. When this becomes an issue in the human service field is when an organization is charged with a client that cannot be left alone. At this point in time, certain managers may desire to force employees to stay on the clock or to work while off the clock, but making such workplace violations can lead to an unsafe environment in which both client and worker are at risk.
In addition, safety and OSHA workplace violation are an ethical problem that put many at risk, especially when one is working in a dangerous or medical field. Thus, workplace violations on the part of both workers and managers can be dangerous for all involved.
In conclusion, the field of human services is reserved for those who wish to provide care to others. Although this field is the perfect fit for those who genuinely have…… [Read More]. Large-scale policy changes on human services practice and education holds massive significance on the daily operations of such services, as well as on the broader scale provision of such services within a given community.
In understanding and analyzing the basic significance of such policy changes, as well as in understanding the key factors that contribute to these changes, one can better understand the extensive nature of the process, as policy changes not only take time to formulate and implement, but maintain significant impact on the affected area for time to come as the group affected learns to act under these new policy provisions.
As the primary purpose of the human service worker is to assist individuals and communities to function as effectively as possible in the major domains of living, a policy change as simple as increased continued education for human service workers working in child care centers holds significant…… [Read More].
Australian Human Services Child Protective. Although there has been some movement away from the legalistic mode of child protection favored in the s and s, there is still a focus on forensic investigation of child abuse, which does not allow for sufficient between high risk families and low risk families, decreasing the chances that truly at risk children will receive protection, as well as increasing the risk of intervention in functioning families.
Currently, Australia is taking a public health approach to child protective services. The dramatic increase in services to children in danger has come with a very high price tag. Of this expenditure, out-of-home care services accounted for the majority Social policies, in and of themselves, affect individuals at different stages in their lives.
Sociology - Human Services Advocacy Domestic violence and abuse can occur to anyone, in spite of mass, gender, or might, yet the crisis is frequently ignored, exempted, or denied. This is particularly accurate when the abuse is psychological, rather than physical. Emotional abuse is frequently diminished, yet it can leave profound and enduring scars.
Becoming aware of and admitting to the warning signs and symptoms of domestic violence and abuse is the first step to stopping it.
No person should live in dread of the person they love Domestic Violence and Abuse, Education is the key to stopping the cycle of domestic violence. Both the victim and the abuser need to be educated as to what domestic violence is and how it can be stopped. In order for people who suffer from domestic violence to get help they need to first recognize that the behavior that they are enduring…… [Read More].
Historical Eras in Human Services. Eras in Human Services The Industrial evolution created tremendous wealth for certain segments of the population -- but also tremendous poverty. The Settlement Movement, a community-based approach to social welfare which set up neighborhood welfare centers began in London but soon spread to America.
It came to embody one approach to social work, one which stressed the need for "a holistic approach to neighborhood improvement and a belief that social change comes through indigenous leaders and organizations" The Settlement Movement,…… [Read More]. History of Human Services. Problems of poverty, hunger, racism, unemployment, and inadequate education were largely left to the start and local levels to be dealt with by private charities and religious organizations.
This only changed with the expansion of the federal safety net during the New Deal of the s and the Great Society of the s, although it has been contracting again over the last thirty years. During the Progressive Era of and into the next decade, civic-minded philanthropists and capitalists often took the lead in dealing with the social and economic problems of urban, industrial America, among them Dr.
Upjohn, founder of Upjohn Pharmaceuticals. The legislation most commonly known as the Affordable Care Act but also referred to as "Obamacare" basically overhauls the existing healthcare statutes and is aimed specifically at reducing the number of Americans who are not covered by health insurance. The Act "…establishes the basic legal protections" that up until now have not be available to…… [Read More]. Department of Health and Human services actually has specific goals but its two overarching objectives can actually be defined as: The first goal is measured by measuring life expectancy and healthy life expectancy.
Up to the present moment, the U.. Department seems to be meeting this goal -- or making great strides in meeting it -- in that there seems to be increasing improvement in life expectancy. Sociology - Human Services Advocacy Domestic violence is a kind of mistreatment.
It entails harming someone; typically a spouse or partner, but it can also be a parent, child or other family member. Domestic violence is a grave trouble. It is a widespread reason for injury. Victims might endure physical damage such as bruises or broken bones. They may undergo depression, anxiety or social isolation. There is no characteristic victim.
It occurs amid individuals of all ages and involves those of all amounts of earnings and schooling Domestic Violence, This theory proposes that the adoption, initiation, and preservation of health behaviors must be candidly visualized as…… [Read More]. The book "Effective Helping: Application of helping theories Creating efficiency and effectiveness in the counseling career is a challenge for every counselor since they are required to apply different theories of helping which emphasize on the behavior, attitude, techniques and methods that are used by the counselor.
The patient chosen in this case is one that is suffering from inferiority complex. This means…… [Read More]. Sociology -- Human Services Governance and Leadership.
Leadership not only provides the direction for governance by promoting a shared understanding but also clarify the roles between the local and national actors Craig, It also encourages interagency collaboration, team working and commitment at all levels of governance obinson et al. According to ANAO , p. This trust…… [Read More]. Rich History of Human Services.
History Of Human Services Human services has a rich and varied history. It begins as far back as the s, in the Colonial Period when the English Colonists were settling America.
As more people survived and the Colonies grew, the social problems grew with them. There were more people who had nowhere to go and who did not have enough food to eat. The elderly and disabled were a big part of this population, but there were also many orphans and widows Herzberg, Charity to the poor was seen as being both a Christian duty and a social obligation. Thus began the first human service organizations in the New World.
Unfortunately, many of these…… [Read More]. Additionally, the fact that the training is offered at all levels of the position -- not just entry levels -- and the fact that the training is offered to both employees as well as volunteers, further increases the odds that the individuals will accept the positions in the NFP sector.
Human resource development is the only way to sustained viable programming. That makes training an intrinsic component of strategic management, the very best means to changing the skills, knowledge and attitude of staff" Chehade and Jassemm, Employees in the not-for-profit sector often accept the lower salary in exchange for several other non-financial benefits, like the training opportunities, but also for benefits such as flexibility…… [Read More].
Integration of Human Services Is. Such oversight provides the coordinated and integrated coverage that the taxpayers expect and deserve "Kansas health policy," This is especially the case in managing and coordinating care for the aged and disabled population in the state of Kansas. This is now that is as follows, which now includes these components: Additional managed care options for Kansans in the disabled and aged populations could be put in place but would require policy and RFP development.
This would most likely entail new and up-front funding to implement. Values for Your Work as Human Services. In order to most effectively and successfully carry out these responsible and diverse roles, I am recommended to adhere to a set of values and ethics particularly prescribed for human service professionals.
The values not only make me do the work that I love in the most effective way but it also helps me better help people and avoid conflict. I may, for instance, have my own ideas about how to best help people and in my fervor and ardor commit indiscretions. The values advise me to respect confidentiality of client at all times. They also tell me to place client foremost and to treat him or her with respect…… [Read More].
The federal government serves in this capacity for almost forty million elderly and disabled persons, nine million federal government employees and their dependants, and six million active members of the military and their families.
It finances, in combination with the states, state-run insurance programs for the poor and near-poor children. It runs a health care delivery system intended to serve military veterans.
Additionally, the federal government influences the health system by serving as a main locus for collecting health data and the principal source of funding for health services research. Notably missing is a national health planning task, although various federal agencies track health system characteristics, trends and aspects of performance Public and private sector roles…… [Read More].
Ethical Standards for Human Service Professionals. Works Cited Deo, S. Retrieved from Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs: Innovations in Education and Teaching International, Office on Violence Against Women. Office on the Violence Against Women. Retrieved from United States Department of Justice: Retrieved from Office for Victims of Crimes: Even in countries considered part of the "third world" designation have the same issue with people accepting or rejecting human services.
People who live in poverty may glean what they can from the larger society so that they can survive, but when it comes to areas like healthcare, the people actually have to trust the professionals.
Since many of these people have been self sufficient and non-trusting of the majority culture for many years, they have difficulty in trusting that they will not be harmed by a treatment which to them is very foreign Speth, So the issues that human services professionals have with regard to providing healthcare are many, but there are programs which have proven effective.
This program is a training program for both the children and their parents when the child is still in preschool. The training has to do with getting used to proper healthcare and discovering ways, from an early age, of reducing the chance that poverty will continue into the next generation.
There are many other programs which try to help individuals who are steeped in poverty and have difficulty finding even the basic care, but they are too numerous to mention. For the human services worker, the message is that poverty is not about a single item such as how much the person makes in income. Poverty, especially when it is paired with trying to access healthcare, is about location, situation, income, trust, and many other issues that human services workers fight every day.
It seems that most human services professional believe that.
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The leading source for the latest research in the profession, Journal of Human Services, is published once each year and distributed each fall to current members as part of NOHS's membership benefits. The principal audiences of the Journal of Human Services are human service faculty members, administrators, practitioners, and undergraduate .
Human Services Research Article Discussion The following paper will address the findings of the author on the topic of discussing Human Services scholarly research articles/journals found inside the University Library that included some statistical analysis. Human Services Research Article Discussion Essay human services research article discussion essay Jul 03, Liberty University Essays and Research Papers.
Human Services Research Article. Human Services Research Article Discussion Wendy Coghill BSHS/ September 29, University of Phoenix Instructor Jaime Primiano Human Services Research Article Discussion The following paper will address the findings of the author on the topic of discussing Human Services scholarly research . Human Services Research Article This Essay Human Services Research Article and other 64,+ term papers, college essay examples and free essays are available now on funday24.ml Autor: SBCMON • May 10, • Essay • .