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INITIAL ASSESSMENT REPORT ANDINTERVENTION PLAN
TABLE OF CONTENTSFAMILY ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK....................................................................................4Describe the key protective factors:.............................................................................................6EXAMINE THE ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS THEORY AND CRITICALLY APPLY TO THEASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK.....................................................................................................7GENERATION OFAN INTERVENTION PLAN......................................................................11Engagement and participation....................................................................................................11Family’s current participation in leisure, recreation and rest....................................................11Participation in faith, community and culture...........................................................................12DISCUSS, PRIORITISE AND GIVES EXAMPLES OF ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES FORTHE FAMILY...............................................................................................................................12Effective engagement strategies to apply for the family...........................................................12Prioritise engagement strategies for this family.........................................................................12Intervention aims/ Desired outcomes/ Actions to be conducted by members of the family inthe case study.............................................................................................................................14REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................15
FAMILY ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORKETHNICITY:Is the family Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island background? If Y who identifies?Amanda father was aboriginal background and this made her from the samebackground. In addition to this, her three kids, Colby, Kelly and Brittany.Should an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation be involved in onward referrals?YesCountry of birth for other members of the family?Kelly's partner, William who belonged to Nigeria and is an illegal immigrantAmanda's husband's named Liam whose first wife named as Emma is a Muslim andmight be of different country.Language/s spoken at home?The languages spoken at homes were diverse due to presence of several religious faiths andinterconnectivity between the membersEnglish since Amanda ad Kelly are aboriginal and comfortable in EnglishNigerian language since William was comfortable in speaking the native language.Arabic since Emma is Muslim and taught her kids including Alexandra about herreligionShould a Culturally and Linguistically Diverse organisation be involved in onward referrals?YesInterpreter or translator required? If “Yes”, what type of interpreter?A Nigerian origin translatorArabic or Urdu speaking translatorDo any of the family members have a known disability?No
SERVICES CURRENTLY ENGAGED WITH THE FAMILY: List and discussGeneral Health?Amanda's general health is in weak state and is in needHousing?Kelly whose partner is in deportation phase and his ex partner filed a case for visitationrights and sole custody of their kids.Schooling?Alexander and Caitlin strugglesAre the family members, children or young people engaged in any type of employment?YesAmanda was into multiple jobs to provide livelihood to her extended family includingher grandparents.Liam, who is Amanda's husband is a chef and works for long hoursColby, Amanda's older son is working and his partner, Brett is also working and has fewaddictions leading to stress and unwanted issuesOther?NoSTRENGTHS AND RISKSDescribe the family’s strengths:The strengths were that they have always been struggling, yet they found strength and tried toaccomplish jobs and obtain hopes to remove the obstacles by seeking the help of a supervisor.Describe the key protective factors:The key protective factorswere as follows:1.Kelly who is trying to help her kids in preventing them from mishappenings and not
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