Interventions

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In this Assignment, please apply concepts learned related to providing interventions to individuals, families, and groups. You have been asked to look at specified populations and apply interventions that work for the respective at-risk population. In this paper, you are asked to justify interventions for specified groups as well as differentiate why specified populations respond the way they do to interventions. In this analysis it is also imperative to understand the delivery of interventions and examine skills the professional must possess to deliver the required intervention to the individual, family, or group.

Part 1

Examine two interventions for working with individuals; examine two interventions for working with families, and one intervention for working with groups. After this examination please differentiate between these interventions.

Part 2

Evaluate the success of interventions examined in Part 1.

Part 3

Choose a particular intervention examined in Part 1. Then assess the skills the professional must have in delivering this intervention. Also include in this assessment how values and ethics of the professional may enhance or negate some of the success of the intervention applied.

This paper should be 3–4 pages (not including the cover page and reference page) in APA style format. Your paper should include a minimum of three academic peer-reviewed journal articles. Provide appropriate citations and references for any information you use in this paper. For help with citations, refer to the APA Quick Reference. For additional writing help, visit the Writing Center and review the guidelines for research, citation, and plagiarism.

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Kishnewt2017
School: Carnegie Mellon University

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Running head: INTERVENTIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES, AND GROUPS

Interventions for Individuals, Families, and Groups
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INTERVENTIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES, AND GROUPS

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Introduction
At-risk populations refer to populations representing the poor, homeless people, people
with disabilities, the weak, those disadvantaged economically, illiterate people, those who have
been abused, the minority in terms of race and ethnicity and people going through social risk
factors such as isolation. Interventions to at-risk populations focus on individuals, families or
groups and may take various forms depending on their motive. Studies on interventions
appropriate for individuals, families, and groups of at-risk populations have been done and skills
used by experts in these interventions determined. Some of these studies focus on improving the
effectiveness of interventions and their results on at-risk populations. Cultural sensitivity of the
interventions to individuals, families, and groups should always be observed. Studies on the cost
of the interventions determine their sustainability in the long-term and hence their viability. This
paper evaluates various interventions involving individuals, families, and groups of people
belonging to at-risk populations (Shulman, 2012).
Interventions for working with individuals
Social work interventions...

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