For this Assignment, you will need to watch the following video and complete the reading assignment from the textbook.
discuss your observations of Amy’s family
PennStatePublicBroadcasting. (2011). Telling Amy’s Story – Documentary. [Video File]. Retrieved fromhttp://extmedia.kaplan.edu/artsSCi/Media/HN370/Amy_Story_Documentary/Documentary_43.html
PennStatePublicBroadcasting. (2011). Telling Amy’s Story – Local Discussion. [Video File]. Retrieved fromhttp://extmedia.kaplan.edu/artsSCi/Media/HN370/Amy_Story_Local_Discussion/Local_Discussion.html
PennStatePublicBroadcasting. (2011). Telling Amy’s Story – Local Response. [Video File]. Retrieved fromhttp://extmedia.kaplan.edu/artsSCi/Media/HN370/Amy_Story_Local_Response/Local_Response_17.html
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Imagine you were the caseworker assigned to Amy’s family. You have gone out to the home and had your first meeting with Amy, her husband, and their children. Now you will write a case study about this family. In the 1st paragraph explain why you were sent out to the home by giving a brief summary of the case and the role you will play (family preservation worker, CPS, etc.)
In the next section discuss your observations of the family. What are your concerns? What strengths do you see?
Based on what you’ve learned so far, describe your plan for the family. What ethical interventions do you suggest for each member of the family? Explain why you think each of those interventions would be beneficial.
Finally, discuss how this case could have ended differently if ethical interventions had been put in place the first time the police were called.
Requirements for this assignment paper:
You should create your assignment in MS Word. Your paper should be 2-3 pages in APA format. Be sure to use specific information from the text and web resources to support your answers. (APA formatting and citation must be used.)
The viewpoint and purpose of this assignment should be clearly established and sustained. The assignment should follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.). Your writing should be well ordered, logical and unified, as well as original and insightful. Your work should display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics.