Biopsychosocial/ Case Management with Families ASAC 10043 Credits
This course focuses on initial introduction to the concept of families throughout the family life cycle. Using a biopsychosocial approach, the course explores the family structure (traditional, single parent, gay/lesbian, divorce); and social and environmental stressors that impact the family. Students will learn the step-by-step process of case management for the family unit from the initial referral for services, determination of eligibility for services, writing a formal plan for services, case documentation techniques and techniques for monitoring progress for each individual family member through the service delivery system, to case closure/follow-up activities.
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