Conduct complex assessment referrals

Conduct complex assessment referrals

Order Description

complete the project questions in your own words and own examples. Everything the teacher is after is written in the attachment.
Also can you complete the following CHCCH427B on homelessness. 200 -300 words is enough for this project.The questions are answered just need you to complete the project.


Question 1

Mandatory reporting is a term used to describe the legislative requirement imposed on selected classes of people to report suspected cases of harm and neglect to government authorities. Parliaments in all Australian states and territories have enacted mandatory reporting laws of some description.
When a situation is identified, it is your duty of care to act upon it immediately and must be reported to protect the people at risk.
The role of the worker is
•    That no harm comes to any individual under your care
•    Advocate for the people at risk
•    Report to the department of human services and document detail information being specific such as what did you see what did you here, any witnesses.
•    Contact the appropriate departments needed such as housing counselling, meeting immediate needs such as medical needs, clothing, food.

Question 2
Use and disclosure of personal information
APP 6 outlines the circumstances in which an agency may use or disclose the personal information that it holds about an individual.
APP 6 introduces a limited number of new exceptions to the general requirement that an agency only uses or discloses personal information for the purpose for which the information was collected. These include where the use or disclosure is reasonably necessary:
•    to assist in locating a missing person
•    to establish, exercise or defend a legal or equitable claim, or
•    for the purposes of a confidential alternative dispute resolution.
Question 3
It focusing on the client, asking questions so that they come to their own conclusion and empowering it is a form of psychotherapy in which the emphasis is on the patient’s self-discovery, interpretation, conflict resolution, andreorganization of values and life approach, which are enabled by the warm, nondirective, unconditionally accepting support of the support worker and clarifies the patient’s discoveries.
Question 4
Access and equity is a  services needed to provide effective support regardless of a client’s disability, cultural background, language, faith, gender, sexual orientation, or their distance from our major towns or cities.

Question 5
Causes for homelessness:
•    Depression, mental illness
•    Unemployment
•    General health issues injuries
•    Lack of housing
•    No family support network
•    Drugs
Causes for Women
•    Domestic violence
•    Inability to support themselves and responsibility for children
•    Drugs and alcohol
•    Poverty cycle
Question 6
What leads to homelessness:
Homelessness can be attributed to many causes such as loss of employment, lack of housing illness and injury, poverty, mental illness and substance abuse. There are many organizations which supports the homeless such as St Vincents, Red Cross and Salvation Army. They help with emergency accommodation food, clothing and assist in organizing support networks.

Question 7
NAHA stand for National Affordable Housing Agreement.
NPHA stands for National Partnership Agreement for homelessness.
Question 8
Seven key conduct areas were identified for inclusion in the Code:
•    Fundamental Principles
•    Respect
•    Integrity
•    Empowerment
•    Accountability
•    Representation
•    Champion

All staff and volunteers are required to sign up to the Code upon employment. Our individual behaviour against the seven conduct areas is measured in regular performance reviews to ensure that the Code is ‘lived’ throughout the organisation
Question 9
Primary homelessness is experienced by people without conventional accommodation and sleep rough or in improvised dwellings.
Secondary homelessness is experienced by people who frequently move from one temporary shelter to another such as emergency accommodation, youth refuges, couch surfing.
Tertiary homelessness is experienced by people staying in accommodation that falls below minimum community standards such as boarding housing and caravan parks.

Question 10
The police may apply for an Intervention Order for you by either phoning or faxing the Magistrates’ Court. An intermin order is a short-term order to protect a person from family violence until a magistrate can hear all the evidence and make a final decision.
A  Magistrate can sanctify an AVO on the grounds of physical and sexual abuse, stalking, domestic violence , where someone is causing threats to harm another, damaging other peoples property.

Question 11
Definition of Case Management
Case management is a collaborative process that assesses plans, implements, coordinates, monitors and evaluates the options and services required to meet the client’s health and human service needs. It is characterized by advocacy, communication and resource management and promotes quality and cost effective interventions and outcomes.

Question 12
Specialist services that support the homeless, are
•    City Mission
•    Red Cross
•    Crisis Help Network
•    North and West Homelessness
•    Hope Street Youth
•    Salvation Army
•    St Vincents
They offer accommodation, counselling services, food and clothing, funding support, education, health checks, employment. The services provide both physical and emotional support.
Project 1
Tim falls under the umbrella of tertiary:
Homelessness. He will need physical, emotional and financial support.
Ways to support Tim :
•    For his drug addiction he will need the support of a drug rehabilitation centre
•    He will need ongoing counselling and group therapy
•    Support and assist a positive social networks
•    Family assistance if suitable
•    Assistance to find employment
•    Housing
•    Food
•    Clothing
•    Educational courses
•    Finances

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