Case Study Plan Writing in 1000 Words

Please watch the video below before you do the assignment then read the assignment guidelines.

http://www.abc.net.au/austory/the-

road-from-damascus/8041168

Assignment 2 – Case Study

Case Presentation + 1000-word case plan

Rationale: This assignment asks you to demonstrate how you would practise as a case manager including addressing value, legal and ethical issues.

Imagine that you are working as a case manager in settlement services funded by the Humanitarian Settlement Program. You are developing a case management plan with the family that is described via the following link:

http://www.abc.net.au/austory/the-road-from-damascus/8041168

You are preparing to visit this family by discussing their situation with your colleagues in a team meeting. Prepare and submit a video recording of a 10-minute case presentation, together with a draft case plan (1000 words) that you discuss in your presentation. Please do not read your presentation.

The presentation needs to include:

  • a general overview of the family, their background and current situation
  • an overview of the family’s current needs and strengths
  • the approach you will take when working with this family
  • areas you intend to investigate to develop your case plan, together with your rationale for doing so
  • acknowledgement of your compliance obligations and how you will fulfil them
  • reflections on how you anticipate working with this family, including risk, values and ethical issues associated with the case, and what you have learnt about supporting people who have sought refuge in Australia.

Your 1000 word case plan is to be submitted via Turnitin.

Marking Criteria:

  1. Presentation – professional, respectful and inclusive delivery. Clear and concise information. Inclusion of relevant information. (10%)
  2. Care plan – clear and comprehensive articulation of care plan in line with the unit content and material (15%)
  3. Appropriate demonstrated understanding and application of strengths-based and empowering theory and practice (10%)
  4. Appropriate demonstrated understanding and application of sound ethical practice. (10%)
  5. Appropriate application and demonstration of critical reflection (10%)
  6. Use of academic literature to develop and demonstrate arguments. The overall quality of presentation, including expression, structure and referencing (5%)

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Assessment 2 Rubric 

CriteriaLevel of Student Performance
High

Distinction

DistinctionCreditPassFail
1.  Presentation – professional, respectful and inclusive delivery. Clear and concise information.  Inclusion of relevant information. (10%)Professional, respectful and inclusive language.
Information is presented clearly and concisely.
The presenter speaks directly to the camera/ team and uses very good presentation strategies.
Includes all relevant information.
Professional, respectful and inclusive language.
Information is presented clearly and concisely and includes all the relevant details.
The presenter speaks directly to the camera/ team and uses presentation strategies that assist the audiences’ engagement.
Professional, respectful and inclusive language.
Information is presented clearly and concisely.
The presenter speaks directly to the camera/ team
Professional, respectful and inclusive language.
Some rambling and over-inclusiveness of detail.
Presenter mostly speaks directly to the camera/ team and sometimes refers to notes
Use of colloquial language and/ or jargon.

Information is read from a script or from notes, is hard to follow and there are gaps.
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2.  Care plan – Clear and comprehensive articulation of care plan in line with unit content and unit material. (15%)Introduces the person, background and current situation. Identifies current needs & strengths.
Clear, comprehensive, succinct well-structured plan with an insightful focus. Plan is clearly aligned.
Discusses the planning process and how it will proceed with this case.
Introduces the person, background and current situation. Identifies current needs & strengths.
Clear, comprehensive, succinct well-structured plan with an insightful focus.
Discusses the planning process.
Introduces the person, background and current situation. Identifies current needs & strengths.
Clear, well-structured plan.
Describes the planning & review process.
Introduces the person, background and current situation. Identifies current needs & strengths.
The plan includes overall vision, sub-goals, actions, resources and responsibility.
Identifies the stages in the planning process.
Poorly structured plan. Significant gaps in the plan.
Poor understanding of the planning and review process.
3.  Appropriate demonstrated understanding and application of strengths-based and empowering theory and practice (10%)Applies strengths-based and empowering theory and practice to all aspects of the chosen case.
Embodies these approaches in the presentation.
Discusses challenges in the application of the strengths-based approach in this case.
Applies strengths-based and empowering theory and practice will be applied to the future this case.
Embodies these approaches in the presentation.
Applies strengths-based and empowering theory and practice in the approach take with this case.Describes how strengths-based and empowering theory and practice would apply to the chosen case.No evidence of and/ or misinterpretation of the strengths-based and empowering theory and practice
4.  Appropriate and demonstrated understanding and application of sound ethical practice. (10%)Acknowledges compliance obligations and discusses how they have been fulfilled.
Adopts ethically sound practice.
Identifies ethical issues that might emerge within the chosen case and describes their influence on practice in this case.
Acknowledges compliance obligations and discusses how they have been fulfilled.
Adopts ethically sound practice.
Identifies ethical issues that might emerge within the chosen case.
Identifies compliance obligations, discusses how they have been fulfilled.
Adopts ethically sound practice.
Identifies compliance obligations and how they have been fulfilled.
Acknowledges ethically sound practice.
Does not provide evidence of following ethically sound practice.
5.  Appropriate application and demonstration of critical reflection (10%)Integrates personal and professional knowledge in practice.
Acknowledges the influence of insights gained from reflecting on this case on future practice with this family.
Engages appropriately with the team in reflective practice.
Demonstrates awareness of the impact and influence of previous experience, own feelings and thoughts about working with the chosen case and theory.
Identifies how insight into the assumptions that have influenced the approach to this case has affected the approach to practice.
Demonstrates awareness of the impact and influence of previous experience, own feelings and thoughts about working with the chosen case and theory.
Identifies the assumptions that have influenced the approach taken in this case.
Demonstrates awareness of the impact and influence of previous experience and own feelings and thoughts on working with the chosen case.No evidence of reflective practice
6. Use of academic literature to develop and demonstrate arguments.  The overall quality of the presentation, including expression, structure and referencing (5%)The case plan has a clear, coherent writing style. Well-structured and easy to follow case plan. With outstanding attention to spelling, punctuation and grammar.  Verbal and written expression conveyed arguments in a very clear and concise way.  Excellent reference made to the unit content and broader literature as part of the presentation.The case plan has a clear, coherent style with a very good structure. Comprehensive attention to spelling and grammar in the case plan. Verbal and written expression conveyed arguments clearly.   Good reference made to the unit content and broader literature as part of the presentation.The case plan has a good style with structure, inclusive of competent attention to spelling and grammar. Both the verbal and written expression conveyed arguments usually in a clear way.   Competent reference made to the unit content and broader literature as part of the presentation.Fairly well-written case plan however more attention to spelling and grammar needed. Both the verbal and written expression conveyed arguments but at times in an unclear way. Limited reference was made to the unit content and broader literature as part of the presentation.Many grammar and spelling errors in the case plan.  In both the presentation and case plan, there were issues with structure and meaning, making arguments unclear.