Case study MarkMark is 16 years old, and the oldest of 4 children. He attends school regularly but does not do much homework, and does assignments at the last minute. His grades are B’s and C’s. Mark is very quiet but has half a dozen friends. He plays in a garage band with a few guys he knows from school. Mark rarely smiles. He has a weekend job, but often does not return home after getting off work. Usually, he goes straight over to the home of a friend who is two years older. There, he is allowed to drink as much beer and hard liquor as he wants. He gets very drunk each time and usually spends the night sleeping on the floor or on the couch if it is available. He’s driven home drunk once. Mark sometimes cries when he is drunk, saying he hates how his life is and wishes he were dead. He complains that his parents scream and fight too much, and it’s easier to stay out of the house and avoid the chaos. Mark hopes to be an architect someday and takes drafting in school. Mark still has visions and dreams but does not believe they are attainable.1. DEFINE THE ISSUE OR PROBLEM:2. IMMEDIATE AND CRITICAL ASSESSMENT NEEDS3. FACTS GATHERED FROM CLIENT’S STATEMENT4. GOAL FOR THE CLIENT5. INITIAL PLAN AND INTERVENTION FOR THE CLIENT:6. COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP7. RESOURCE TO ADVOCATE AND EDUCATE THE CLIENT8. EXPECTED OUTCOME:Reference: Kieff, Judith. INFORMED ADVOCACY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION: MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458, Pearson, 2009.Ma, C. M., & Shek, D. T. (2019).Objective outcome evaluation of a positive youth development programChildren’s Social Network Matters. Retrieved from Accessed 2012-06-08. ii Wikibooks. Retrieved from Accessed 2012-06-08. iii Ibid. iv Center on Human Development and Disability, Clinical Training Unit, University of Washington. Retrieved from Accessed 2012-06-08.PsychologySocial ScienceSocial Psychology PSY SSW205

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