one: Native Americans are among the most oppressed minority groups. Look up the TedTalk video – Building Resilient Communities: A Moral Responsibility | Nick Tilsen on the internet. After viewing this TED Talk, share your impressions about the following questions: Historically, oppression and injustice are rooted in the oppressor’s desire to exploit the economic resources of the oppressed group, be it human or natural resources. Given our track record, what policy changes should we make to improve conditions? If we don’t, what do you believe are the long term prospects for the survival of Native Americans? two: What percentage of the population in your state is comprised of minorities? What are the outcomes for employment and annual household income for each group compared to whites? If there is a significant gap between groups, do you believe policy changes are needed? Why or why not? three: Module 5: Development in Infancy and Early Childhood (graded) No unread replies.No replies. As previously discussed, it is imperative that social workers have a basic understanding of developmental milestones in infants and young children, which will assist them in conducting appropriate assessments. Although children can develop at a different pace than other children who are in the same age range, practitioners should be aware of any significant delays that may be present. Case Example Sam is a four-year-old Native American boy who has been attending Head Start classes in his community, an urban town located several hundred miles from the reservation where he was born. Sam’s parents moved to this town shortly after Sam was born to look for better employment. Sam’s teacher asked a social worker from a mental health agency to come and observe Sam, because she noticed that his cognitive development seemed to lag behind that of the other children. For example, Sam has trouble remembering when to use the bathroom, has not developed a very large vocabulary, and seems overly withdrawn when other children try to engage him in play. The teacher has discussed her concerns with Sam’s parents, who state that they notice nothing unusual in his behavior at home. Sam’s mother states that Sam has no problem with toileting at home and is able to express his needs well to his parents. Sam has no siblings, but his mother states that Sam frequently plays with neighborhood children. Sam’s parents see no need for concern and are upset that the Head Start teacher would ask a social worker to observe Sam. (Rogers, 2016) 1. If you were Sam’s social worker what aspects of his limitations would you assess and why? Please explain. 2. Would you assess this situation from a biopsychosocial or ecological approach and why? Please explain. Include in your responses suggestions of strengths and limitations of each theory of discussion that is different than yours. Your posts should be well-developed, with clear answers and evidence of critical thinking. four: Module 5: Temperament (graded) There has been a great deal of studies conducted regarding children and temperaments. Some researchers even suggest that temperament in infancy is associated with heredity, but the correlation weakens as a person ages. How a person responds or behaves to the environment is based on his or her temperament. One’s temperament is complex and is considered to be a stable trait throughout life, although it can be shaped by later experiences. It should be noted that environmental influences may play a part in a person’s temperament (Rogers, 2016). 1. What are the three temperament styles identified by Stella Chess and Alexander Thomas? a. What are some differences between the concepts? 2. How would a social worker’s approach be different in working with a child in each classification? Please explain. Your responses should be well-developed, with clear answers and evidence of critical thinking.
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