University of Phoenix
November 29, 2010
Human Service Agency Interview
The Human Service field is vast with different approaches based on uniquely meeting individual’s needs. Some of these needs are met through interdisciplinary knowledge, placing concentration on preventive measures as well as correcting errors of life, and up-holding responsibilities of enhancing the meaning of life. Human Services profession is one, which supports enhanced methods of service by focusing on direct services, and by enhancing accessibility, responsibility, and organization among professionals and agencies in Human Service departments,(Martin, 2007). The organization I chose is …show more content…
Clinical issues were at a minimum such as group homes not welcome in certain communities, finding government support programs such as jobs for clients, day habilitation programs that would take the clients, and keeping staff.
This organization met my career goals. Human Service professionals are efficient and work with different ethnic groups who have broad ranges of issues. Caregivers must use a range of interventions to work with different ethnic groups with different cultures, and lifestyles.
In this setting caregivers work to improve personal social function of clients enlisted in this program by providing or referring clients for education, training, employment, and personal growth in home settings. Clients are trained for independent living and are placed in society to become productive citizens.
This interview although conducted over the phone was very professional, and Pleshetta Davis set aside valuable time in her busy schedule to accommodate me. She stated that the organization sometimes send exceptional workers in their system to college or match college funds, (Davis, 2010). She received her degree in Human Service Management through Louisiana Tech University. She seemed very sincere asking me to give their company