Youth and Their Families : Research Report

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Youth and TheirFamilies
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11. 10 questions to gather important background information and circumstances..................12. Power differentials between the family members..............................................................13. Concept of privacy and confidentiality..............................................................................34. Communication techniques to provide the family in clear, factual and ethical way..........35. Tools to identify the issue of family and behavioural change to improve the relationship36. Honest relationship between primary and secondary clients.............................................47. Attending family meeting to reflect the issue.....................................................................48. Strategies used to encourage family members to take personal responsibility..................49. Obstacles which affect the professional relationship.........................................................510. A: Type of safety or ethical concerns with Balagee family.............................................5B: Youth work code of conduct and ethics............................................................................511. A: Impact on cultural values.............................................................................................5B: Apart from cultural background and create multicultural acceptance in youth work......512. List of communication skills as good and bad practices..................................................613. The objectives of family align with solid youth's policies and serves outcomes............614. Miracle question and goals for outcome meetings...........................................................615. Goals and objectives of John............................................................................................716. SMART objectives...........................................................................................................717. Information about Max concerned with Paul and Margaret.............................................718. Plan of activities and timetable for John and their family................................................719. Indicators of concern, pattern of behaviours and strength barriers to family involvement8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONYouth is the period in between childhood and adulthood. It is defined as an appearance,spirit and many more characteristics of young ones (Ngo and et.al., 2013). In this stage, theyouth usually have to deal with troubling mind and mould behavior and they need extra carefrom their family members.According to the given case scenario, John lives with his parents, Paul and Margaret.Although they bring max, to their home who is kinship brother of John. Max has a record ofunderage intoxication, violence, petrol sniffing and many more. He was living with Paul,Margret and John and then later on started hanging out with older boys. His family was alsobeing summoned by police several times and poke John as by abuses him due this kind ofbehaviour John getting disturbed mentally. So, to resolve the matter they take help with solidyouth. In this report will going to cover entire questionnaire through which can get to knowabout the background of their family, and how refer how to deal with th concept of the privacyand confidentially while living in the family. Also cover the communication key betweent thefamily by maintaining the decorum so through this also resolve issues.1. 10 questions to gather important background information and circumstancesThere are ten question through which the social worker would get to know about theirbackground and circumstances with the help of questionnaire.1. What is your full name? Why did your parents select this name for you?2. When and where were you born?3. How did your family come to live there?4. Were there other family members in the area? Who?5. What was the house (apartment, farm, etc.) like? Rooms? Bathrooms? Did it has electricity?6. Describe the personalities of your family members.7. What world events had the most impact on you while you were growing up? Did any of thempersonally affect your family?8. Describe a typical family dinner. Did you all eat together as a family? Who did cooking? Whatwere your favourite foods?9. How holidays were (birthdays, Christmas, etc.) celebrated in your family? Did your familyhave special traditions?10. What do you know about your family surname?1
2. Power differentials between the family membersPerson 1Person 2Has powerHowJohnMaxMaxMax misuseshis power bybullying anddominatingJohnPaulMaxPaul Paul is theelder them himand alwaysshow rightdirection.MargretMaxMargretFor Max,Margret is heraunty and shewant him to begood boy.PaulMargretPaulHe is the headof family andmaking effortsto fix issues.JohnPaulPaulBecause ThePaul is father ofjohn and hewant hinm to behappy andhealthy asbefore.JohnMargretMargretMargret is themother of Johnand so, she canorder and make2
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