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Rasmussen College Module 2 Please Don't Telland Video Analysis Paper

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View the following video titled Please Don't Telland then address the following: In what context if any has the worker failed to respond appropriately to the client's needs? What ethical or legal issues are of concern? Had you been the human service worker, how would you have responded? Be specific. Give examples.

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Module 02 Discussion 1 - I Have to Report This
From the view of the video titled Please Don’t Tell several legal and ethical issues that
arise in human service worker conduct and performance. The response of the human service
worker to the client, in this case, is poo...

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