In the research paper “Human Services and its Concern with Human Care” the author provides the specification of the needs of the field of the services and the characteristics of the individuals that are supposed to receive the services…
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Necessarily this approaches yield the basis for the four-category model theory in order to categorize the human service organizations. The uniqueness of this model lies in the fact that it makes a high contribution to the societal wellbeing that is based on the conjunction of the needs and the recipients. Also only three of the four approaches can make the definition of human services. These approaches, the differentiated approaches, the universal basic, the universal optimal approaches to define the human services and their needs and the characteristics prove their efficacy. In the changing context of a Post modern era, as the concepts of basic have been interpreted from different points of view, the two basic welfare approaches have to define the grounds basic human needs. Necessarily these approaches result into the concepts of “quality of life”, “human rights”, “social welfare”. But at the same time the universal optimal approaches are to prepare congenial criteria for the concept of human services. These approaches are outlined in such a way that they are ordained to include all of the services that are offered in a modern state. One of the weak points of these approaches is that they often ignore the concept of Human services as social services that are designed to meet human needs.
The concept of care is often confronted with the policies that are directly or indirectly related to the cultural factors and issues regarding age, sex and gender. Also these issues are related to the structure of the various institutions of human society. These factors issues of culture and society are interrelated with each other in such a way that any adverse effect on one of them affects others in a difficult way.
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The author states that for social workers, the key for successful service delivery is to deliver effective services to clients or people with a prospect to become self-sufficient. Considering the task of social workers this report would intend to discuss the ethical standards and responsibilities of social workers.
The author states that in order to provide quality services to this diverse community, including that of both public and private facilities such as nursing homes, assisted living homes, mental health facilities, family service agencies, he is committed to continuing his studies and improve his professional skills as a human services worker.
The author describes that the middle aged man, Joni is the first among the four siblings. He has a sister who is his immediate follower, and two other brothers. He has been constantly having problems with his widowed mother since his father’s death, almost ten years ago. He was finally taken to the rehabilitation centre after along struggle.
The author states that service workers, both direct and indirect, need a number of competencies in order to offer quality services. The competencies bear in mind the needs of the workers, consumers, and educators. These competencies aim at empowering participants through effective communication, community advocacy and networking, and many more.
The author states that human services usually refer to a wide variety of services such as education, social welfare and healthcare such as mental services. These are services rendered to individuals or groups in society. These services are provided in order to meet their basic needs since all humans have needs.
The author states that human services involves offering services to people who require services like mental health services such as trauma, mental conditions, psychological issues and those that would like to change certain behaviors in their lives. Social services are offered in the society level where many members in the society need assistance.
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m: the reason for work is not a financial gain; volunteer works on his own free will; “it brings benefits to a third party as well as to the people who volunteer” (Musick and Wilson, 2007). The third criterion is essential when determine volunteering as a one-time act from
hat contributed to the opportunity theory has a shallow base and were not considerate to the multidimensionality of different client`s cases in need of help from the professionals. It is important to note that residential, vocational and therapeutic nature has been cycling over