You are a case manager during the day and the evening manager of a baseball team.
You work for a bottling company part-time and while there you give advice and support to your fellow employees.
You are a professional case manager and you also give advice to your own family members.
You are someone's case manager and you are also their client at their insurance agency.
Dismissed from their agency
Lose their social work licensure or credentials
Be sued in a civil law suit
All of the above
Take them with you to get some coffee.
It would be best to decline the gift and document the situation in the client's chart
Take it and write the client a thank-you note
Request that the client bring you one each time you meet.
The human services agency
The state which issues guidelines and regulations
The human services worker
Invisible barriers that separate various roles and limit the type of interaction expected and considered appropriate.
Laws that define human services practice.
Guidelines that can be ignored.
Not a concern in the human services profession
Don't discuss anything controversial with clients.
If a conflict comes up with a client, change the subject.
Be respectful of attitudes and lifestyles that differ from your own.
Warn your clients that you will not be discussing politics or religion.
Comprehension of information
The second amendment
Release of information
Release of information
When the client's identifying information is removed
When the site is private and the human services worker knows who can view the posts
Under no circumstances
With other human services professionals
All cases or suspected case of HIV/AIDS
All cases of child abuse
All cases of animal abuse
All cases of psychotic behavior
A bad human services worker
To be having a typical reaction
An impaired worker
Poor care should be provided in the home environment of those in need through cash or other needed services, regardless of the reason for their poverty.
The primary responsibility for provision of basic needs lay with the government.
Poor relief should be handled at the local level, preferably by families.
Individuals should be allowed to move to a new community in order to seek financial assistance.
In the fields and in other agricultural environments.
Through churches and hospitals.
Food baskets and medicine in the home environment of the person in need.
Outside the home, such as in almshouses or other institutionalized settings.
Develop a system where each case of need was thoroughly investigated by “friendly visitors” so that the root cause of poverty could be determined and eliminated
Provide the poor with enough cash relief to alleviate the harshest aspects of poverty.
Eliminate the concepts of the worthy and unworthy poor which was a common element of the English Poor Laws
Return to the days where poverty was perceived as a blessing
As an excuse often used by the poor to explain away poor decisions.
As the primary cause of poverty.
As a product of personal, moral failure.
As a product of a poor economy.
President Ronald Regan.
President George W. Bush
President Bill Clinton
President Barack Obama