Describe a validated measure that you will use to change the target behavior of your client. Describe data collection and potential limitations of your design.

A memo is written as continuous text that is organized into paragraphs. Each paragraph has a heading (see the example here).

A memo has no indentations; it is single-spaced, with double spaces between heading and paragraph and among paragraphs. Memos begin with a 2-3 line introductory paragraph, summarizing the purpose of the memo and the major outcome and end with a brief concluding paragraph, which may summarize the





findings, suggest a course of action, or make other recommendations.
Purpose In this assignment you will be crafting a memo detailing your recommendations for an intervention to use with a client population and developing a single subject design for testing your recommended intervention in a social work setting. The memo should be of professional quality. In other words, it should pass as a document that a master level social worker would provide to a supervisor in practice. The memo is in regards to youth aging out of foster care.
Instruction to final memo
The Final memo ..must also be completed using the Memo Template form and follow the Memo Structure section below.
? The final should include/address all Outline and Draft feedback from your instructor. Memo Structure Your memo should follow the organization below and should include subheadings. You should detail the scope of your population/issue by citing statistics detailing your population and why it is important to assist the population.
This section: ? sets the stage for your entire memo by laying out for your supervisor why your agency should address the needs of your selected population? ? must be fact based and should contain citations rather than your opinions? ? should also be short in comparison to the rest of the memo. For example, if you had selected adults with disabilities and wanted to focus on their vocational needs, you would state how many adults have disabilities. You would then document the challenges of adults with disabilities in finding jobs. Available Interventions You should detail various interventions that have been used to improve an aspect of the population/issue.
Depending on your topic, you may have many interventions that can be grouped together in a summary or you may have one or two standard interventions that are used. Briefly describe the interventions. Appropriate descriptions may include whether:
? the intervention is considered evidence�based? ? the intervention has been tested on various demographic groups (children, etc..)? ? what the intervention purports to change in a client population (improve housing,drugs. Employment, mental health physical health education) ? ? specialized training is required? and/or 5) the intervention is free to use. Evidence for Intervention Use
Select two of the most promising interventions and describe in more detail how they have been evaluated to demonstrate evidence that they will work with your client population.

Explain how the interventions have been implemented and why researchers have suggested that they are effective. Recommendation for Intervention Based on everything you have written above, suggest to your supervisor which recommendation you feel will work best at your agency. This section should be brief in relation to the other sections. Single Subject Design Now that you have selected an intervention, design a single subject evaluation that you can use in your practice to evaluate your intervention.

Describe a validated measure that you will use to change the target behavior of your client. Describe data collection and potential limitations of your design.

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