bshs405 | undergraduate

Intervention, Direct Service Delivery & Case Management

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This course provides an overview of the role of the human service worker as a change agent with a focus on the application of theory and skills necessary for providing interventions and direct service delivery to individuals and groups. Specifically, students will develop competence in professional skills such as case management, client intake and interviewing, and basic group and individual counseling techniques. Additionally, students will learn how to access resources, use consultation, and make referrals.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Service, Delivery, and Case Management

    • Describe the role of appropriate record keeping and documentation in human services. 
    • Explain how to make effective referrals.

    • Identify a case manager’s role in linking clients to community resources.

    • Describe models of case management.

    Case Follow-Up and Evaluation

    • Describe how strategies can be used to apply client feedback following an intervention.

    • Assess the effectiveness of the goals and objectives in a treatment plan.

    • Determine when to close a case based on a client’s milestone achievement.  

    Case Management Overview

    • Explain the different roles and responsibilities of a case manager.

    • Identify behavioral problems and causes using theoretical models.

    • Assess case management issues for special populations. 

    Assessing Client Needs

    • Explain the importance of collecting appropriate data for intake and assessment forms.

    • Determine information needed from a client to assess intervention strategies.

    • Select appropriate intervention methods for clients. 

    Developing a Plan With the Client

    • Identify the factors that promote and motivate change in a client.

    • Propose a comprehensive treatment plan for a client.

    • Develop a client treatment plan that outlines criteria needed for implementation.
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