Watch the following video concerning the work of the Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center.
Warning: The video contains graphic themes and images.
After viewing the case, complete the following analysis. For each section, give complete details related to what is being asked for using objective language. Each section should be a minimum of 2 paragraphs.
- Presenting Information
Discuss the basic information on parties involved including ages, sex, living conditions, education level, health status, et cetera. This section can ONLY be factual information that can be gathered through viewing the case and should not have opinions or possible deductions. Since all the specific details are not stated, you may include specific questions that you may ask to determine the specific answers.
- State the Problem
Discuss what the problem was in the case presented, not what might happen.
- Possible Areas of Concern
What do you think are the main problems? Use the information presented to discuss some possible issues that might be occurring or could occur. Think of this as a brainstorming session by discussing a variety of ways this scenario might play out. Discuss in terms of physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development.
- Theoretical Foundation
Apply developmental theory/theories that help relate a general path the client should be on, and discuss some common outcomes that should be occurring at this age/stage based on theory.
- Possible Solutions
What are some things that might help this client? Again, regardless of outcome, discuss a variety of ways the issue might be handled.
- Possible Resources
What other types of Human Services organizations should be involved in this case? List the types of services needed.