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Social History Assessment by Arlene Bowers Andrews

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Published by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Counselling,
  • Sociology,
  • Outcome assessment (Medical care),
  • Social Science,
  • Mental Illness,
  • Social Work,
  • Social Science / Social Work,
  • Interviewing in psychiatry,
  • Medical history taking

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9704023M
ISBN 101412914124
ISBN 109781412914123

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  How to Write an Assessment for Social Work. A social work assessment is a report written by a social worker evaluating a client's educational, mental health, substance abuse, or occupational needs. You will need to interview the client and 82%(59). The term "social history" is commonly used in this field to denote deriving the history of a patient's social interactions. Or perhaps of a group of individuals. Typically the latter might be a family, or a set of friends, or a set of people in the same neighbourhood or socio-economic strata. Andrews offers advice on how to extract this by: 3. Bio/Psycho/Social Assessment Report or Social History # of pages. double-spaced Points 1 point 5+ 2 points A social history report is a professional document that is frequently prepared by social workers in a variety of direct practice settings. This document may be identified in different ways within organizations. life. This book therefore briefly addresses essential elements of biological and psychological assessment, but the emphasis is on social history. Social relations involve the association of self with others. All individuals are influ-enced by and exert influence on the people around them. From a develop-.

Includes an historical background to social history assessment, and a presentation of its relationship to social ecology theory and human development. This work also includes a description of what a social history assessment looks like; information on how to conduct social history assessments; and tools for developing a social history. Social History Questionnaire Page 5 Patient’s Name_____ SUBSTANCE ABUSE HISTORY Have any of your family members had problems with alcohol and/or drug abuse?_____ Please describe who, their relationship to you, and the substances they abused._____ File Size: KB. Social History Assessment book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Her book takes us on a journey back to the basics of conducting Ratings: 0.   Buy a cheap copy of Social History Assessment book by Arlene Bowers Andrews. Her book takes us on a journey back to the basics of conducting a thorough and informative social history and is an account of what a real social history Free shipping over $/5(1).

"Her book takes us on a journey back to the basics of conducting a thorough and informative social history and is an account of what a real social history in A B , 'The significance of a person's social history', in Social history assessment, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, pp. , viewed 28 April , doi: In medicine, a social history (abbreviated "SocHx") is a portion of the medical history (and thus the admission note) addressing familial, occupational, and recreational aspects of the patient's personal life that have the potential to be clinically significant. ment and plan: Medical diagnosis, . 4. Personal Life History book contains a template which is intended to be used as part of therapeutic life story work. As a 30 session brief psychotherapy tool, the Personal Life History Book is designed to help children reduce their transfer rates to new homes. The child’s distress is channeled into a personal record book of positive. Social History Assessment is the first resource to offer practical guidance about interpreting the social history. Author Arlene Bowers Andrews provides rich resources to assist helping professionals as they gather and–most importantly–interpret information about social relationships in the lives of individuals/5(5).