Museums are a reflection of the humanities because they collect and curate items that teach us about the human condition in a variety of cultural settings. To complete this assignment, take the following steps:1. Read the following article:A History of Museums: “The Memory of Mankind” (Links to an external site.)2. Pick any single major local museum to visit. You can get in free with your college ID at the McNay, the San Antonio Museum of Art, and the Institute of Texan Cultures. All these museums also have free days for the general public should you decide to take others with you who don’t have Alamo Colleges IDs. You may choose any museum you wish, however. You MUST visit the museum in person this semester.If you have special circumstances (including Coronavirus concerns) that would make this difficult, please let me know. CORONAVIRUS VIRTUAL ALTERNATIVE–Take one of the virtual tours at any of the museums/collections on Google Culture at this link:Google Culture Museums and Collections (Links to an external site.)You must choose ONLY ONE museum, just as you would for an in-person museum trip.3. Select any three of the values we are studying in this class (individualism, family, community, spirituality). While you are at the museum, look for exhibits or individual pieces that help you connect to the values you select. Take photos (if allowed) and notes. Including photos in your paper, either ones you take yourself or graphics from the museum’s website, is mandatory. The photos must be integrated into the paper, not tacked on at the end or in a separate file. You may also include video or music files within the paper as appropriate.4. Write a first-person essay of at least 1500 words to reflect on your visit to the museum and how it helped you better understand the humanities. You may address points about the history of museums in your work also, but you must connect the three values you selected to the museum itself and the pieces/exhibits you select.5. You must use at least four class sources (including the museum article linked above, which is a mandatory source). They can be any combination of introductory and disciplinary sources. You may also use the museum’s website for the paper as well as sites with .org or .edu domains. Ask me for approval if you are unsure about whether a site is acceptable.Due to the very tight turnaround time for grades, I cannot grant any extensions on this assignment. If an emergency arises, contact me immediately for an Incomplete contract.https://artsandculture.google.com/partner?hl=en
The hypothetical scenario: You are an expert witness testifying at a Senate Committee hearing. You will be writing a transcript of what you would say during your testimonial. Your audience consists of senators and their aides; some of them may be knowledgeable about the topic but many will need to be informed of the justifications for your position. You must advocate a particular position on the topic (for or against a specific policy), and you will be expected to provide evidence for all the claims you make (with data from reputable sources).Format: Start with a statement that attracts attention and summarizes the issue. Use this introduction to clarify the issue AND to claim your position on how best to address the issue with regard to policy development or policy change. What is the problem you are addressing? Why is it a significant and impactful problem? What policy or regulation is needed or should change? Next, define three main points that support your position. Each point should be developed with a general statement of the position, an elaboration that references data from reputable sources, and perhaps a compelling related experience or vignette. What is known about harms, barriers, or inequities for this problem? How do current policies contribute to these challenges?Conclude by restating your position on the issue, reflecting on the succession and importance of your arguments, and drawing a logical final conclusion about how policymakers should maintain, change, remove, or modify some policy, law, or regulation. What are you asking the Senate to change and what are the implications for this change if achieved?FIVE PAGES MAXIMUM, excluding references, typed and double-spaced. Follow APA-style (7th ed.). Ensure that your spelling, punctuation, grammar, and syntax are correct. Please proofread!Tips: Be concise, and the arguments should be substantiated and logical. This is a professional paper and should be written in a formal style. Keep your voice active. Stay focused on your point of view throughout the testimonial. Focus on logical arguments and proven facts, not opinions or speculations. Assume familiarity with basic concepts but define any complex terms or concepts. Familiarize yourself with supporting evidence for both sides (for and against the policy changes you are recommending) to prepare your proposal. Quote sources to establish authority. Summarize the arguments and evidence for the opposing stance, then refute.RESOURCES Textbook: Social Policies to Address Social Problems, Chapter 17 (pp. 597633) Hooyman, N. R., & Kiyak, H. A. (2018). Social gerontology: A multidisciplinary perspective (10th ed.). Pearson Education, Inc.Textbook: Health and Long-Term Care Policy and Programs, Chapter 18 (pp. 634674) Hooyman, N. R., & Kiyak, H. A. (2018). Social gerontology: A multidisciplinary perspective (10th ed.). Pearson Education, Inc Article: “Three Trends Shaping the Politics of Aging in America” Super, N. (2020, April 20). Three trends shaping the politics of aging in America. Public Policy and Aging Report, 30(2), 3945. https://doi.org/10.1093/ppar/praa006Article: “The Older Americans Act: An Example of Bipartisan Public Policy” Olah, J. L., & Harvey, D. K. (2019, May 8). The Older Americans Act: An example of bipartisan public policy. Public Policy and Aging Report, 29(2), 4547. https://doi.org/10.1093/ppar/prz004
Talk to a human service professional in your community about what that person sees asan unmet need in the community. What one service would the professional like to seedeveloped? What specific need would that service meet? What client population wouldthat project address? How would this service or program enhance the environment forclients? How would this enhance the functioning of clients within their environment?How could the clients who need this service be mobilized to work on their own behalf?
This paper is to rewrite an add two additional resources to this paper1. introductory paragraph introduces the topic2. thesis statement is clear in indicating the argument being madeThe body of this rewrite includes1. The six sources take different perspectives, opinions, or conclusions on some aspect of the topic, and these distinctions are clear in the writing.2.Please include perspective of children, and why parental controls are important.3.The six sources are synthesized, not simply listed, with coherence and unity demonstrated in the paragraphs4. The body of the essay features paragraphs in which sources are used to support the arguments and integrating the sources with a balance of paraphrase and summary along with direct quotations5.Please do not add more than two additional sources in addition to the four already included.6. For this essay, you will use third-person point of view.Please do not use first person point of view (e.g., I, me, we) in writing this essay.In addition, please do not use second-person point of view (you or your) in writing this7.Included is the original draft.
Assignment 2: Process RecordingsA process recording is a written tool used by field education experience students, field instructors, and faculty to examine the dynamics of social work interactions in time. Process recordings can help in developing and refining interviewing and intervention skills. By conceptualizing and organizing ongoing activities with social work clients, you are able to clarify the purpose of interviews and interventions, identify personal and professional strengths and weaknesses, and improve self-awareness. The process recording is also a useful tool in exploring the interpersonal dynamics and values operating between you and the client system through an analysis of filtering the process used in recording a session.For this Assignment, you will submit a process recording of your field education experiences specific to this week.The Assignment: (24 pages)Provide a transcript of what happened during your field education experience, including a dialogue of interaction with a client.Explain your interpretation of what occurred in the dialogue, including social work practice or theories, and explain how it might relate to evaluation covered this week.Describe your reactions and/or any issues related to your interaction with a client during your field education experience.Explain how you applied social work practice skills when performing the activities during your process recording
Write a essay comparing and contrasting the ethical codes of the following organizations:-The American Association of Christian Counselors Code of Ethics-The American Psychological Association Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct-The American Counseling Association Code of Ethics and Standards of PracticeDiscuss the similarities and differences in the policies, in addition to how the guidelines can be applied to working with culturally diverse clients in a behavioral health agency.Your paper must include at least three credible resources.
HLTH AGE 2N03 Essay AssignmentIn 5-6 pages, students should answer one of the following questions, using at least SIX peer-reviewed sources. Non-peer reviewed sources (including pop magazines like Psychology Today) are highly discouraged. Be sure to use proper APA parenthetical citations and to include a bibliography (which doesnt count against the page limit). Your essay should clearly answer the question. Students interested in writing on other topics MUST clear it with the instructor at least 10 days before the deadline.1) Electroconvulsive treatment (ECT) looked to be disappearing from the toolkit of psychiatry in the 1960s and 1970s, only to experience a resurgence towards the end of the 20th century and early 21st century. How can we best explain this renewed use, especially with so many less controversial treatments available?2) Recent decades have witnessed heated discussions over the utility of many treatments, such as ECT, SSRI medications, and psychoanalysis. It has been suggested that the debates over treatment within the world of mental healthcare are far more polarized and rancorous than equivalent debates in other medical specialties. Why has this been the case?3) Over the past ten years, many major pharmaceutical companies have shut down their research and development teams dedicated to discovering new psychopharmaceuticals. Such a move was surprising for many people, given the profitability of mental health divisions. How can we explain this development?4) In the last decade or so, it has become increasingly common for students in elementary and secondary school to be taught mindfulness in the classroom. Although this development was welcomed at first, some scholars have begun to question this widespread practice. How can we best explain the reluctance to see mindfulness programming expanded?5) In the hopes of treating alcoholism, some Canadian communities have recently opened up managed alcohol programs. Such programs, unsurprisingly, have also met with resistance. What will be necessary for such treatment programs to overcome this resistance?6) The Ontario government recently made it necessary for anyone calling themselves a psychotherapist to obtain a license to practice. Some have suggested the same be extended to others whose interventions rely on talking, such as counsellors and life coaches. Should a license be required to use talk interventions? Why or why not?In terms of sources, its a good idea to start with McMasters article databases: (https://library.mcmaster.ca/articles_azlist/all), which are more focused than Google Scholar. Some of the better ones include: America: History and Life, Academic OneFile, Anthropology Plus, Arts & Humanities Citation Index (Web of Science), Historical Abstracts, JSTOR, Social Sciences Abstracts, Scholars Portal, and Sociological Abstracts. You might also investigate PsycInfo and PubMed. More info: https://library.mcmaster.ca/guides/. Although strictly medical sources might be useful, youll likely get much more from taking an interdisciplinary approach to your search. Thus, we strongly encourage you to make use of the types of databases listed above.
Write three articulable goals for your organization that will lead to the achievement of diversity and racial equity and support your agency’s mission. Each goal should include a one-sentence measurable SMART goal followed by a paragraph addressing the following: (1) explain the goal in detail; (2) why you chose it as a goal; (3) how does the goal support the agencys mission; (4) how will your organizations structure impact the achievement of these goals? Will it help achievement or hinder it?Before you write, consider: what policies should you review? What are the current barriers? How can you scan the organization for current barriers? Will you utilize external help (why or why not?) How will the organizations structure and culture impact the achievement of these goals?The Agency chosen is Community Healthcare Network working as a Care Manager under the Health Homes Programs. The Health Homes Program is a group of health care and service providers working collaboratively to make ensure the quality provision of services. Once clients are enrolled in a Health Home, they are assigned to a care manager that work to develop a care plan. A care plan maps out the services you need to put the client on the road to better health. Some of the services may include: connecting to health care providers, connecting to mental health and substance abuse providers, connecting to needed medications, help with housing, social services (such as food, benefits, and transportation) or other community programs that can support and assist you.
Demonstrate knowledge of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics and AOTA Standards of Practice and use them as a guide for ethical decision-making in professional interactions, client interventions, employment settings, and when confronted with personal and organizational ethical conflicts.Directions:1) Refer to the AOTA Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics (2020) to refresh your understanding of the Core Values and Principles of our profession. As instructed below, identify each of the core values and principles and provide a brief description of the professional behavior that is expected in support of the respective value or principle (1-2 sentences per value and per principle) in your own words.2) Choose one of the ethical scenarios below for this assignment. Upon reading the AOTA Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics (2020), provide a brief response (only 1-2 informative sentences per question) to Questions 1-8 below. Be sure to cite the OT Code of Ethics within each of your responses, including the page number even if you are not quoting information.Sample ethical scenarios may be found on the following pages in our course text (your responses should include an explanation of your selected core values and principles, paraphrased from the OT Code of Ethics): the worksheet is the 1st downloaded fileChapter 57 Case example 57.1 on page 542, case example 57.2 on page 543, and case example 57.3 on page 544, with responses provided on page 759.Chapter 58 Case example 58.1 on page 552 with response provided on page 760.
The assessment and incorporation of a clients spirituality has become increasingly common in the field of social work. While historically social workers were trained to avoid discussions centered on religion, we now know that spirituality encompasses many ways of believing. The Society for Spirituality and Social Work is a network of social workers and other helping professionals dedicated to spiritually sensitive practice and education (Society for Spirituality and Social Work, n.d.). Addressing a clients spirituality allows for a biopsychosocial holistic approach that can aid in the process of understanding illness, disability, and end-of-life issues.Assignment:For this Discussion, review the required resources and locate one scholarly article addressing spirituality with the elderly.Post your explanation of the significance of addressing spirituality with the elderly. Identify a spiritually based intervention for this population. Describe the effectiveness of the use of spirituality with the elderly as found in the literature. Then, describe your own thoughts on the use of spirituality in an intervention.Support your posts with specific references to the Learning Resources. Be sure to provide full APA citations for your references.Then you will respond to 2 colleagues once I upload their posts.
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