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Intervention

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Transcript of Intervention

Introduction to Social Work Practice
Activity.....
SMART: outcomes & outputs
Outcomes at an individual level
Maintenance Outcomes
ie; housing, employment, stability

Change Outcomes
ie; addiction management, anger management addressing domestic abuse behaviours.

Process Outcomes
ie; service user participation in formulating and outworking the plan.


(Outcomes in Social Care Practice; Hazel Qureshi Ed, University of York, November 2007)

Change agent roles
OUT PUTS OUTCOMES & PROCESSES
Inputs: refers to the resources which are invested in pursuing particular activities e.g. time/expertise as well as money

Outputs: results achieved along the way i.e. markers of progress e.g. maintaining regular appointments with a substance misuse worker and adhering to a programme of treatment

Outcomes: these are changes that the outputs have been helping the service user move towards and reinforce e.g. achieving abstinence or maintenance

Process is the means of getting there - this should be explicit and understood by the service user as far as possible

Intervention
begin with the end in mind?
Review &
evaluation
To what extent has progress towards the agreed outcomes been a result of the interventions and actions taken, or are other factors such as luck or extraneous variables involved?

In other words true evaluation is not just about identifying which boxes have been ticked!


The Difficulty in Making Changes

What is the process of change?

How can you be helped?


Improving Social Functioning
Promoting Positive Change

Review and Evaluation
Compton + Galaway (2005)/Shaw & Lishman (1999)
Client Review and Evaluation

Measuring Progress
Monitoring Risk
Reassessing
Re-planning
Preparing for Ending

Organisational Review and Evaluation

Reviewing the intervention
Effectiveness of process
Efficiency of process
Organisational Risk
Organisational learning
From process
From service user
To improve staff/processes/ services

Compton and Galaway
(2005)
Outcome and Endings
What stops us from achieving our goals or making life changes?
Reasons for not achieving goals....
Fear Lack of belief
Lack of confidence
Lack of focus
Procrastination
Self Sabotage
Motivation Time Values

NONE RELATE TO INTELLIGENCE, MONEY,
WHERE YOU LIVE.........

Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Realistic
Time-framed

Short term and Long term

output :is incremental development of knowledge outcome: Qualify as a competent practitioner
Inputs
Prochaska & Declemente (1994)
Hayes and Hopson (1976)
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