|with many needs. Consider how you might plan integrated services for ts family. Then, review the video clip in the Weekly Resources,“Split: A Film for Kids of Divorce (and their Parents)” wch brings the cldren into the spotlight, their needs and possible auxiliary professionals that ts family will need. Wle watcng ts video pay attention to the various|
Complex cases often involve clients with multiple needs that must be met through various systems and programs. These types of cases require comprehensive plans to support clients through integrated services and interprofessional collaboration. For ts Discussion, review the media program “Barbara—The Human Services Professional: Chapter 5,” wch presents a family with many needs. Consider how you might plan integrated services for ts family. Then, review the video clip in the Weekly Resources,“Split: A Film for Kids of Divorce (and their Parents)” wch brings the cldren into the spotlight, their needs and possible auxiliary professionals that ts family will need. Wle watcng ts video pay attention to the various kinds of services you tnk cldren of divorcing parents might need. With these thoughts in mind: By Day 4 an explanation of why integrated services and interprofessional collaboration are important for the clients in the media presentations. Then, explain your action plan to integrate services for these clients. Be sure to identify the professionals and/or organizations witn the planned network of integrated services, as well as their specific function. Reid Mandell, B., & Schram, B. (2012). (8th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Education. · Chapter 10, “Case Management/Counseling” (pp. 358–400) Bai, Y., Wells, R., & llemeier, M. M. (2009). Coordination between cld welfare agencies and mental health service providers, cldren’s service use, and outcomes. (6), 372–381 Community Care. (2009). Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration. , 30–31. Nuszkowski, M. A., Coben, J. H., Kelleher, K. J., Goldcamp, J. C., Hazen, A. L., & Connelly, C. D. (2007). Training, co-training, and cross-training of domestic violence and cld welfare agencies. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 88(1), 35–41. Horwath, J., & Morrison, T. (2007). Collaboration, integration and change in cldren’s services: Critical issues and key ingredients. (1), 55–69. Retrieved from Walden Library databases. Friedman, S. R., Reynolds. J., Quan, M. A., Call, S., Crusto, C. A., & Kaufman, J. S. (2007). Measuring changes in interagency collaboration: An examination of the Bridgeport Safe Start Initiative. (3), 294–306.