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A new approach for assessing the needs of service members and their families

Laura L. Miller

A new approach for assessing the needs of service members and their families

by Laura L. Miller

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Published by RAND in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Services for,
  • Families of military personnel,
  • Military dependents,
  • Military spouses,
  • Needs assessment

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementLaura L. Miller ... [et al.].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUB403 .N49 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25025685M
    ISBN 109780833058744
    LC Control Number2011035937

    Families exist for two purposes; for the well-being of their members and for the well-being of the society in which they live. True Before a worker can begin planning an intervention, the worker must utilize Maslow's hierachy of needs and assess any basic needs of the family. Approach Family Support Providers will complete a FANS assessment upon admission and discharge (at a minimum) with families who are: – Enrolled in the Home and Community Based Waiver – Working with families in a community The FANS will be inputted into the existing OMH Children and Adult Integrated Reporting SystemFile Size: 1MB.

    A needs assessment is a way of analyzing gaps in community services, as well as the strengths and assets available in your community. Keep reading to learn how to conduct a community needs assessment and best practices for building your program around this assessment. HEALTH NEED ASSESSMENT: PRIMARY HEALTH CARE APPROACH. A number of themes emerged as important to the impact of health needs assessments on policy and planning These included careful design, strict methodology, decisive leadership, good communication, involvement and the ownership of the work from relevant stakeholders, support from senior .

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A new approach for assessing the needs of service members and their families by Laura L. Miller Download PDF EPUB FB2

A survey tool based on a new methodological framework can be used by the Department of Defense and local military commanders to gauge the problems and problem-related needs of service members and their families, how well those needs are being met, and the barriers and bridges to accessing by: 3.

: A New Approach for Assessing the Needs of Service Members and Their Families (Rand Corporation Monograph) (): Miller, Laura L, Rostker, Bernard D, Burns, Rachel M, Barnes-Proby, Dionne, Lara-Cinisomo, Sandraluz, West, Terry R: BooksCited by: 3. A new approach to surveying service members and their families places their needs, rather than evaluation of existing programs, at the center of the inquiry.

In this approach, military personnel and family members identify high-priority problems they face; these are linked to their high-priority needs, which are then linked to resources they.

Get this from a library. A new approach for assessing the needs of service members and their families. [Laura L Miller; Bernard Rostker; Rachel M Burns; Dionne Barnes-Proby; Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo; Terry R West; United States.

Department of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense.; National Defense Research Institute (U.S.); Rand Corporation.;]. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A New Approach for Assessing the Needs of Service Members and Their Families by Bernard D.

Rostker, Rachel M. Burns, Dionne Barnes-Proby, Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo and Laura L. Miller (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. The Use of Whole Family Assessment to Identify the Needs of Families with Multiple Problems. Support and review: most authorities (17/21) operate a Team Around the Family (TAF) approach, where professionals and families meet to set targets/goals, identify additional support, and monitor and review progress.

In an effort to provide early recognition and early intervention that meet the psychological health needs of service members and their families, DOD currently screens for many of these conditions at numerous points during the military life cycle, and it is implementing structural interventions that support the improved integration of military.

Introduction Engaging families in the assessment process The promotion- prevention- protection continuum: concepts of family wellness Needs versus risks An ecological framework for assessing the needs of children and families The Assessment Framework A.

Members, their families, and survivors of deceased Service Members. In addition to providing these services, social workers have an opportunity to influence a range of professionals, stakeholders, and laypeople regarding the importance of responding to the needs of military and Veteran populations.

The need for social workers who. Assessment of Family Strengths and Needs INTRODUCTION Assessment of family strengths and needs* is an ongoing family-directed process and is not necessarily linear. It involves gathering information with the family about their typical daily routines, their child’s life as a member of the family, and the family’s involvement in the larger File Size: 1MB.

Abstract This book will benefit people and teams involved in planning and decision making. On the basis of their pragmatic value in guiding decisions, needs assessments are used in various professions and settings from emergency rooms to corporate boardrooms to.

Needs assessment: A key evaluation tool for professional counselors. If a supervisor is interested in assessing the needs of clients as they transition to aftercare, it may be unfeasible to assess all current agency clients.

about a particular topic or levels of interest or importance of a particular service. Needs. Preventing Psychological Disorders in Service Members and Their Families evaluates risk and protective factors in military and family populations and suggests that prevention strategies are needed at multiple levels - individual, interpersonal, institutional, community, and societal - in order to address the influence that these factors have on.

Assessing, Diagnosing, and Treating Serious Mental Disorders uniquely provides information that is useful across mental health, psychopathology, practice, and human behavior and development classes, particularly for psychopathology and advanced mental health practice courses.

DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria is provided for each mental disorder discussed in the Cited by: 1. Assessing Needs and Strengths-Parents and Caregivers Comprehensive family assessment examines the strengths, needs, and capacities of parents and caregivers, including relative caregivers.

Assessment strategies and tools for parents and caregivers gather information to determine the need for interventions to prevent maltreatment, strengthen. Liza Bingley Miller is the National Training Coordinator of the Child and Family Training Programme in Evidence-based approaches to Assessing Children and their Families.

She also works at the University of York and is Chair of two Adoption Panels in North Yorkshire. Arnon Bentovim is a child and family psychiatrist who worked for many years as a consultant at Great.

Assessing the Needs of Reunified Families from Foster Care: A Parent Perspective Children are returned to their families of origin in about. new medications their children were taking. of community health needs and use a deliberate approach for addressing those needs.

The importance of assessing community health needs and developing an implementation strategy to address selected needs was reinforced by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act), enacted Ma The law adds new requirements.

Prospective Families – Assessing Needs When selecting among available child care options, there are two main categories of information you will need to consider: planning and philosophy.

The sections below offer a broad outline of topics to consider, and a brief overview of what Corning Children’s Center provides. Ongoing needs assessment • Needs assessment occurs throughout the ECI process. • Anytime a child progresses or regresses, there is likely to be a new developmental need.

• As children grow and approach transition, new needs should be identified. • As a family’s situation changes, new needs will appear. Working with families and youth is at the core of good family-centered practice. To conduct assessment, case planning, and case management successfully, caseworkers must be skilled in communicating with children, youth, and families to help them strengthen interpersonal, parenting, and problem-solving skills.A Guide to Assessing Needs.

Example of a Systemic Perspective 26 From A to Z: An Example (Part 1) 30 Gaining Flexibility 33 From A to Z: An Example (Part 2) 34 Tasks in a Needs Assessment 45 Information-Gathering Tools in Part 3.A 48 Decision-Making Tools in Part 3.B 49 Finding Options: An Example A family-centered approach requires recognition that families have the most expertise about their child and, therefore, that they have the right and the responsibility to collaborate in medical decision making in behalf of their child.

9, 10 The following sections highlight some of the historical forces that have shaped the concept of family.