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HSV101 – Introduction to Human Services
Unit 6 Assignment: Addressing Client Needs
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Due Date: 11:59 pm EST Sunday of Unit 6
Points: 100
Overview:
Assume that you are a helping professional and you are meeting your new client for the
first time. In the referral, the client identified a major problem in living that they are
experiencing. In preparation for this meeting, you must conduct some basic research
about the problem to understand the client’s current situation. Once you have some
information on the problem, you will be looking for services in your local area that you
can suggest to support the client in resolving their problem in living.
Instructions:
The following are the sections of your paper:
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Introduction:
o What is the problem you are discussing, including the problem’s
background information?
o Who is affected by the selected problem?
o What are the underlying causes of the problem?
o What are the potential impacts of this problem? (Is there a domino
effect? Does this problem prevent the client from meeting their basic
needs? Does this problem impact other aspects of their lives?)
o What types of services or supports are needed to resolve/address the
problem?
Two local service suggestions to help clients:
o Share the information for a specific program or service in your area that
you can suggest to the client. Be sure to include the program name.
o What is the service offered? How does it work? (i.e., is it a home visiting
program, do they offer long-term in-office counseling, do they have an onsight shelter?)
Identify the barriers a client may face in accessing the services identified.
Conclusion:
o Restate your thesis and tie all of your findings together.
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o Discuss any shortcomings you found in your area when looking for
services.
o Discuss any specific suggestions or ideas you may have to help clients
experiencing the problem you selected.
Requirements:
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Written work must be at least 4 pages (not including title and APA reference
pages; typed and double spaced with 12 pt. font) and APA style In-text citations.
College level writing is expected. Review and edit your paper several times
before submitting. Make sure you have an introduction, well developed
paragraphs with transitions, a conclusion, complete sentences, proper
punctuation and that you carefully proofread your paper before submitting it.
2 resources plus the textbook are required.
o The majority of the information should be written in your own words
(paraphrased), with citations to show where the material came from.
o Whenever you use material that is not your own, even if you are
summarizing or paraphrasing, you must give credit to the original source.
o When you cannot use your own words, you must use quotation marks.
Save quotes for when there is simply no other way to put the information
into your own words and limit it to a sentence or two.
o All students are encouraged to utilize the Post Writing Center for
assistance with APA style papers.
Carefully edit and proofread your work before submitting it via the Safe Assign
link.
Be sure to read the criteria by which your work will be evaluated before you write
and again after you write.
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Evaluation Rubric for Unit 6 Assignment
CRITERIA
Deficient
Needs
Improvement
Proficient
Exemplary
(0-1 Points)
(2-3 Points)
(4 Points)
(5 Points)
The introduction is
presented, but key
details are missing.
The introduction is
presented, but minor
details are missing.
The introduction is
clearly and fully
presented, including all
details.
(0-8 Points)
(9-11 Points)
(12-14 Points)
(15 Points)
Background
Information on
selected
topic/problem
The background
information is missing
or poorly presented.
The background
information is
included but is
missing key details.
The background
information is
included but is
missing minor details.
The background
information clearly and
accurately presented,
including all details.
Impact of the
problem
Discussion of the
impact of the
problem is missing
or poorly presented.
The impact of the
problem is
discussed but is
missing key details.
The impact of the
problem is discussed
but is missing minor
details.
The impact of the
problem is clearly and
accurately discussed,
including all details.
Local services to
address the
topic/problem
Local services are
not identified or
discussed.
Local services are
identified but
missing key details.
Local services are
discussed but missing
minor details.
Local services are
clearly and accurately
discussed, including all
details.
Barriers to
accessing
services
Barriers to access are
missing or poorly
presented.
Barriers to access
are present but are
missing key details.
Barriers to access are
present but are
missing minor details.
Barriers to access are
clearly and fully
presented, including all
details.
(0-1 Points)
(2-3 Points)
(4 Points)
(5 Points)
The conclusion is
present but is
missing key details.
The conclusion is
present but is missing
minor details.
(6-7 Points)
(8-9 Points)
The conclusion is
clearly and fully
presented, including all
details.
(10 Points)
Introduction
Conclusion
The introduction is
missing or poorly
presented.
The conclusion is
missing or poorly
presented.
(0-5 Points)
Resources
Paper is not
supported by outside
resources or textbook
references.
N/A
1 resource plus the
textbook.
2 or more resources
plus the textbook.
Paper Length
Less than 2 pages.
2-3 pages.
4 pages.
More than 4 pages.
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Clear and
Professional
Writing and APA
Format
Errors impede
professional
presentation;
guidelines not
followed.
Significant errors
that do not impede
professional
presentation.
Few errors that do not
impede professional
presentation.
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Writing and format are
clear, professional, APA
compliant, and error
free.

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