(c1.sp.b)

APPLY LEADERSHIP SKILLS TO INTERVENTIONS
Assignment Preparation
For this assignment you will create an intervention plan for a family member described in a case study.
Review the Campbell Family Case Study interactive media activity.
Review the introduction and the information about each family member in the case study (Karen, Joe, Kali, and Jacob).
Choose one family member and an issue or need of that family member that you plan to address.
Assignment Instructions
Develop the intervention plan for your chosen family member within the Campbell Family Case Study interactive media activity on the Intervention tab. When you have completed your work, download your intervention plan document from the media activity and submit it in the Assignment area.
By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assignment criteria:
Competency
1: Apply professional use of self and leadership skills with colleagues, clients, groups, organizations, and communities. (C1.SP.A)
Identify a leadership skill to most effectively address an identified problem.
Competency
2: Articulate and provide leadership in the application of the core values and ethical standards of the social work profession through an ethical problem solving model to aid in critical thinking, affective reactions and ethical decision making related to individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to guide and inform ethical practice in the specialization of advanced generalist social work. (C1.SP.B)
Describe legal and ethical ramifications related to the proposed intervention plan.
Competency
3: Integrate the ethical and effective use of technology at all levels of practice in the specialization of advanced generalist social work with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. (C1.SP.C)
Create an annotated bibliography including at least five scholarly resources related to possible interventions for a client.
Competency
4: Apply leadership skills, decision making and technology to engage in collaborative practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to advocate for appropriate services, resources and supports to achieve goals and foster positive change.(C3.SP.A; C3.SP.B; C6.SP.A, C6.SP.B)
Identify other professionals to collaborate in a client’s care and describe a communication plan for working with them.
Competency
9: Apply leadership skills, decision making and the use of technology to inform evidence-based research practice and program evaluation to develop, implement, evaluate, and communicate interventions across the specialization of advanced generalist practice settings. (C4.SP.A)
Describe a plan to evaluate the effectiveness of a proposed intervention plan.
Competency
11: (Assess) Apply assessment instruments, leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to identify problems, and assess and analyze capacities, strengths, and needs of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. (C7.SP.D)
Describe the process utilized to assess the needs of an identified client.
Competency
12: (Intervene) Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills in the specialization of advanced generalist practice interventions with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities to achieve goals. (C8.SP.D)
Identify long-term goals developed in cooperation with a client.
Competency
13: (Evaluate) Apply leadership, technology, critical thinking, decision making and interpersonal skills in the specialization of advanced generalist practice evaluation of interventions with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. (C9.SP.E)
Develop an intervention plan using leadership skills and technology based on client assessment.
Competency 14: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the social work profession.
Apply critical thinking in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology from a strengths- and empowerment-based perspective.