In this solution, the student is guided to a basic understanding on how to complete a case management plan for a boy with behavioral and emotional disturbances. It follows a step-by-step process utilizing the information gathered in the intake interview. The steps include prioritizing needs, formulating short-term and long-term goals, and how to develop a plan to meet the client/consumer's needs and goals. There is also a sample treatment plan format included for your guidance.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 22, 2019, 1:23 am ad1c9bdddf
In mental health settings, it is typical that an individual will go through the intake/assessment process and then have a treatment plan created to address their needs and goals, which is kept in the chart for the case manager to follow, for other clinicians to reference, and to also meet facility requirements. They are more like a formal document to make sure that the client is set on track to receive proper treatment, in a timely manner, to meet their goals and make progress.
I will take you step by step on how to evaluate the information you have and how to organize it into a plan. I've attached a sample treatment plan I found online so you can get a better idea of what a case management plan looks like, although you do not have to follow the format of it. It can also be found at this address: http://dss.mo.gov/mhd/cs/psych/pdf/trxplan_sample.pdf
Okay, so the steps.
1. Prioritizing Needs
The first step is to prioritize ...
In this solution, the student is guided to a basic understanding on how to complete a case management plan for a boy with behavioral and emotional disturbances.