SUBS 607 Treatment and the Recovery Process Final Assessment Project Instructions
The Final Assessment Project will be a complete assessment on a person/character. This pulls together your previous assignments (Screening/Assessment Essay and Treatment Plan) into a full report. You will choose an individual on whom to complete a full alcohol and drug assessment and write a report (with a diagnosis and treatment plan). This individual can be someone you know, someone you met at a meeting and is willing to participate, or a fictional character with alcohol or drug problems from a book or movie. If you choose a real-life person, use a pseudonym for him/her in your project. The only criteria are that the person/character you choose must have a history of a substance use disorder and that your treatment plan must be applicable for the time of use. Even if the individual has been sober for some time, your treatment plan will address the treatment needed during the time of active use.
Make sure to include any pertinent information in the case history so the treatment plan is clearly justified. Also consider relapse issues while designing the treatment plan. this must include much more detail about assessment and more thorough treatment plan recommendations. If you are utilizing a character from a book or movie, you may create the relevant details that would fulfill the assignment requirements (for example, CAGE results). This assignment must follow current APA format.
Course: SUBS 607 Treatment and the Recovery Process
School: Liberty University
Final Assessment Project Grading Rubric
|Criteria||Points Possible||Points Earned|
|Content||0 to 96 points
· Most relevant psychosocial history is reported to justify the diagnosis/diagnoses.
|Current APA Format||0 to 30 points
· The title page is in current APA format with a running head in correct APA style.
*Higher deduction and other consequences may be applied for plagiarism.
|0 to 24 points
· Sentences are coherent, varied, complete, and clear. Concise wording is used.
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