SSW301 - Case Management
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This subject is designed to provide students with the case management skills required to coordinate and provide direct services to a variety of client populations. This includes the roles and responsibilities assumed by case managers such as information gathering, assessment, intake interviewing, service planning, case monitoring, advocacy and social change agent. In addition, students will examine such areas as stress management, time management, assertiveness and client empowerment.
One Credit in the Social Service Worker/Social Serrvice Worker Gerontology Program.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
Upon successful completion of this subject, the student will be able to:
1. Conduct an accurate assessment of client needs and develop and implement a human service plan.
2. Write case records and document client progress.
3. Integrate services and resources to meet client needs.
4. Identify appropriate tactics to advocate on a client's behalf and empower clients to obtain necessary services.
5. Evaluate a client's progress and adapt strategies to meet changing needs.
6. Understand ethical and legal issues involved in advocating for clients.
7. Build and lead an effective service delivery team.
8. Perform the various roles as a case manager.
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