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1

name the six values according to NASW

*service *social justice *dignity and worth of the person *importance of human relationships *integrity *competence

2

name the ethical principles according to the Code of Ethics for "Social Justice"

principle: Social workers challenge social injustice *pursue social change (macro) *focus on issues of poverty, unemployment, *discrimination, etc *distributive justice

3

name the ethical principles according to the Code of Ethics for "Dignity and Worth"

*social workers treat each person in a caring & respectful fashion, mindful of individual differences and cultural and ethnic diversity. Social workers promote clients' socially responsible self-determination. Social workers seek to enhance client

4

name the ethical principle according to the Code of Ethics for "Importance of Human Relationships"

*social workers recognize the central importance of human relationships *humans are social beings *vehicle for change *strengthen relationships

5

name the ethical principle according to the Code of Ethics for "integrity"

*social workers behave in a trustworthy manner *aware of mission & values/ethics of profession *commit to practice consistent with these values *always act honestly & responsibly *promote ethical practice

6

name the ethical principle according to the Code of Ethics for "competence"

*social workers practice within their areas of competence and develop and enhance their professional expertise *commitment to continuing education *Only use skills you are competent with

7

name the ethical principle according to the Code of Ethics for "service"

*social workers' primary goal is to help people in need and to address social problems

8

Ethical Problem

follow the Code

9

Ethical Dilemma

follow the Steps

10

what does SOAP mean

subjective data opinion subjective data plan

11

what does BIRP mean

behavior intervention response plan