During your intake session, you collect a lot of personal information that is protected by federal law. What would you do if a family member of the client calls you and demands to know about your client? In this scenario, your client did not give written permission for you to divulge information to this family member. Why is it unethical (and illegal) to tell someone about your client without written permission from the client? What should happen at the intake session with the client to protect their confidentiality? What would you say to this family member of the client who calls you and demands to know about your client and what specific steps would you take to protect the clients confidentiality? How would you follow up with the client?
HN144: Human Behavior and the Social Environment
HN205: Applied Skills for Human Services
HN330: Case Management in Human Services
HN377: Studies in Child and Adolescent Development
Please also take some time to review the following supplemental journal articles found in the library:
Altschuld, J. W., & White, J. L. (2010). Prioritizing identified needs. In Needs assessment: Analysis and prioritization (Book 4). Los Angeles: SAGE Publications.
Helm, D. (2010). Searching and seeing in assessment. In Making sense of child and family assessment: How to interpret children’s needs. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
This is a Capstone Course.
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