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This paper is a further analysis of the policy you chose for your first paper. T

This paper is a further analysis of the policy you chose for your first paper. This paper will address the allocations, provisions, service delivery, and financing and funding of your policy. You will also deepen your analysis of the cores values of the policy and evaluate well it advances racial and gender equity, human rights, social justice, and distributes resources (i.e., equality, equity, adequacy, efficiency). Begin with an introductory paragraph that introduces and summarizes your policy. It should be followed by a discussion of the following using these headings:
1.Policy Analysis
a. Allocations and Provisions Who benefits? Using data, provide a demographic profile of groups affected by this policy (e.g., who is eligible for benefits, who actually receives the benefits). What types of disparities exist? How are groups differentially affected by this policy based on racial/ethnic background, gender, class, and other differences? Provisions: Describe the benefits. What is the form of the benefit? Do these provisions consist of cash, vouchers, services, or “intangibles” such as power or opportunities? How is it distributed? What eligibility requirements are attached to these provisions?
b. Service Delivery: How is the policy implemented? How are the benefits delivered? What level of government or private institutions are involved? Consider the role that social workers or other specialized professionals may play in implementing the policy.
d. Financing and Funding: Briefly discuss the financing of this policy. How is the program financed? Is the funding adequate or do other issues exist regarding funding?
2. Evaluation
This section assesses the strengths, weaknesses and limitations of the policy using evidence from available research, evaluations, and policy reports and analyses.
a. Assess the strengths, weaknesses, and limitations of the policy, including the impact of the policy on vulnerable groups in society (e.g., people of color, people who are poor, women, old people, children, LGBTQ persons) using evidence from available research, evaluations, and policy analyses. Consider unintended consequences, gaps in services, barriers, or a lack of adequate funding?
b. Overall, how does this policy achieve its goals? How well does the policy meet its stated goals and the needs of the client system? How effectively does it advance social justice, human rights, racial and gender equity, equality, adequacy, and distribute resources?
3. Recommendations
a. Make one or two recommendations for policy changes and provide a rationale. Be sure that your recommendations are clearly connected to what you have identified earlier in your assessment as a limitation or in need of improvement. Recommendations may include alternative approaches that have been piloted in the US pr or when relevant, the policies or models of other nations.
The paper should include 10 or more references in current APA style. At least five of the references must be scholarly journal articles, book chapters or policy reports that have not been provided through this course-At least 5 references that are not required readings for the course. In addition, use appropriate Internet resources (e.g., government documents, research institutes). Many excellent resources are listed in this syllabus. Length-8-10 pages excluding the title page

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Please complete the ″Excel final exam Spreadsheet″ and from there put the answer

Please complete the ″Excel final exam Spreadsheet″ and from there put the answer in the word file name ″Excel Final exam″.

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about 5 slides with graphs and it will be 4 presentations all with same format (

about 5 slides with graphs
and it will be 4 presentations all with same format (5slides) but all about a different partner

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For the statistics part Just finals answers, if the answers is wrong will get an

For the statistics part Just finals answers, if the answers is wrong will get another attempt with new questions, i will post new questions if these attachments questions are wrong, Just to clarify again, if you get wrong answers, I’ll get another attempt which will give me new questions so I’ll have to post new questions until i get correct answers. If you’re willing to do so please let me know!
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Read- Admission and Assessment process document and read pages 26-33 in the Glob

Read- Admission and Assessment process document and read pages 26-33 in the Global Criteria Textbook (no need to do the assignments in the book)
Review- Updated Evaluation Form: This is the document you will use for your case study and final case file project. This is also the form that is used in clinical practice for court ordered substance abuse evaluations.
Review- Compliance worksheet: This is the ″audit form″ that the justice system uses when evaluations are completed for probation. It is very helpful in identifying what goes in each area of the assessment.
Read- Casey SA Eval: Example Assessment posted
View- sample assessment video (3 parts- pt 1: 51min, pt 2: 36min, pt 3: 31 min)
Assignment- Watch the video and begin to make notes on the evaluation form. It is from this video that you will be writing up the assessment on this client as your case study. (This case study assessment will also go in your final client chart). Taking handwritten notes and then going back and typing the evaluation from the notes is not a very time effective process. As you type, use the client′s name, not ″client.″ It keeps the evaluation and records much more personal and engaging.
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I need the sentence Some people think… in the second paragraph. And However,they think____, that isn′t true because… in the second paragraph too.

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Communication Studies Ia Introduction should include:1) Statement of the theme and topic of portfolio2)The purpose of the portfolio3) Explain how the theme will be treated in the Exposition and reflection sections3)Explain how the theme is related to your academic, work-related and personal interests.Theme—– Drug AddictionTopic——- Causes and effects of drug addiction

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Formal Essay #3 / ENG 111 / Fall 2022 / McBreen Due: Saturday, 12/10 4 pages o

Formal Essay #3 / ENG 111 / Fall 2022 / McBreen
Due: Saturday, 12/10

4 pages of text minimum
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Works Cited page (with title Works Cited, not underlined, not bold, just those two words, centered)
5 entries minimum on the Works Cited page must include:
Entries for “Everyday Use”, “The Red Convertible”, the video (Youtube) of “Everyday Use” and two internet sources you find.

Introduction:
Introduce the stories, the authors and the video.

Thesis:
Answer the question: Do you think that stories told from memories such as “Everyday Use” and “The Red Convertible” are factually accurate portrayals of characters and setting? Explain why or why not.
The Introduction and thesis should be ONE PARAGRAPH on the first page.

I suggest making an outline of your ideas before composing the essay.
Using a discussion of literary devices and techniques, support your thesis in an essay with clearly defined body sections. Use transitional words and phrases where appropriate. Provide page numbers or paragraph and page numbers. Cite the works using MLA style citation throughout the essay.
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This is my Preliminary Care Coordination Plan. I will upload the instructions.

This is my Preliminary Care Coordination Plan. I will upload the instructions.
Obesity is a multifaceted disease characterized by an excess of body fat. Obesity is more than just a cosmetic issue. It is a health problem that causes other diseases and health complications such as heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, some cancers, etc… Certain individuals struggle with weight loss for various reasons. Genetic, physiological, psychosocial, behavioral, and environmental factors, as lack of education in food choices and physical activities all influences the debilitating obese disease. Fruh (2017) states to be obese implies having a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher. A body mass index (BMI) ≥25 kg/m2 is generally considered overweight, while obesity is considered a BMI ≥ 30 kg/m2. It is well known that obesity and overweight are a growing problem globally with high rates in both developed and developing countries (Capodaglio & Liuzzi, 2013; WHO, 2016a, 2016b).
Physical Needs for Obese Patients
Individuals that are obese can follow the same exercise regimen as people of average weight; however, unique aspects should be considered, such as prevailing co-morbidities associated with obesity- orthopedic risk (joint pain), circulatory, and cardiac co-morbidities. Individuals should not be discouraged from participating in exercise programs because exercise is crucial for overall health (Niemiro et al., 2019). As a result, movement is the key to successfully overcoming the battle of obesity. To ensure patient safety, patients must be approved by their health professional for any comorbid conditions based on history and physical examination. Furthermore, it is necessary to establish regulated exercise schedules for obese patients.
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Increasing energy outlay and finding enjoyment in physical activities can aid in the reduction of adipose tissue and weight gain. Evans et al., (2018) indicate people who are overweight are strongly encouraged to do either anaerobic or aerobic exercise. Walking, running, cycling, rowing, yoga, and weightlifting are such activities. Obese patients′ physical activity needs, in general, should include elements of goal setting, problem-solving skills, recreational physical fitness, and exercise used for commuting. As a result, desirable outcomes such as cardiovascular endurance, athletic performance, and muscular fitness will be produced.
Psychosocial Needs
Obesity can lead to increase emotional distress, and decrease self-esteem, life satisfaction, and self-image. As a result of these considerations, mental health experts are included as members of the treatment team, where they can examine and treat these concerns in clients as needed. Weight loss is generally linked to enhancing psychological, functional, and social status which uplifts and encourages oneself to explore more adventurous ideas. Such positive developments are often most noticeable in those who have lost significant weight, as is familiar with bariatric surgery.
Unfortunately, there is a percentage of people who have lost weight return to their old destructive behaviors or start having new ones. Regardless of the method used to lose weight, those who regain weight risk resuming unwanted psychological symptoms. Personality traits can be one of many results in how obese/overweight have this yoyo effect of losing and regaining this deadly disease. Buratta et al. (2021) illustrated as personality is concerned individual′s patterns of feeling, behavior, and thinking, it may help in understanding how people with obesity differ from people with normal-weight status in their typical weight-relevant behavior. So far,
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studies about personality and BMI associations have mainly focused on broad personality traits. Several personality and psychopathological aspects were assessed with the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI). The results of the analysis of variance of aligned rank transformed (ART) showed that patients with overweight/obesity reported higher scores for Somatic Complaints, Depression, and Borderline Features than the control group.
Cultural Needs
Food consumption is widely impacted by way of life and varies geographically, as are sentiments toward consuming for sociability, pleasure, and environmental sustainability. Food culture is defined as individuals′ perceptions, ideologies, and heritage about food and eating, as well as the social bonds and institutions that connect people through and around food. Dao et al., (2020) found that food culture dramatically affects how and what obese people eat. Individually or as a group, cultural traits about unrestricted feeding or eating styles affect how much people eat and how they see themselves. As a result, it is essential to determine any inherent cultural factors triggering the obesity epidemic.
Marshall et al. (2022) say cultural factors like traditions and ideas about how the body should look can affect whether or not your patients will follow your advice on losing weight. This shows that obese people seek acceptance and worth from their coworkers and the community. So, stereotyping and labeling make it even harder to stop the growing number of obese people. Therefore, treating and managing their diet plan, physical activities, psychotherapy, and even tracking their progress with the most compassion and understanding is essential.
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Community resources for a safe and effective continuum of care
Integrated Physical Activities Strategies
There are numerous strategies for promoting exercise in society. Among these strategies are point-of-decision prompts to motivate the use of tracks or trials, individually tailored wellness behavior modification initiatives, amplified education physical activities, and significant media initiatives that deliver messages via television, radio, journal, and social media. The community also tries to make more places where people can do useful things, like building public schools and walking paths. These resources will enable continuous aftercare once the patients are discharged.
Conducive Food Environments
There are a variety of initiatives and policies that can help to create vibrant community food environments. These include offering incentives for supermarket chains or grocery stores to open in underserved areas, including nutrition and calorie information on stalls and restaurants′ food menu options, and having to implement and promote nutrition requirements for child rearing, schools, hospitals, and workplaces. Furthermore, homesteads have a greater emphasis on endorsing healthy lifestyle choices and diet plans. Individuals will be in an atmosphere that encourages and enhances nutritious eating, thereby improving their body immunity, with this available in the community.
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Goals to Address Obesity
Individuals dealing with obesity need an avenue that is warm and accommodating for them to accomplish their treatment plan effectively. Therefore, it is crucial to ensure as the community and even health centers act accordingly and treat such patients with care. This is one way to decrease psychological problems that can generate suicidal thoughts.
Another goal is to foster individualization and increase personal growth and awareness. Having the ability to learn more about themselves will create an understanding of their well-being and capacity to be aware of unregulated food cultures, deviant lifestyles, and toxic community environments. Every person is responsible for being the best version of themselves. Occasionally help is needed to achieve this substantial goal and to be able to hold this type of empowerment takes strength within and strength within the encircle of life.

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References
Sharon M. Fruh, PhD, RN, FNP‐BC, (Professor), (2017). Obesity: Risks factors, complications, and strategies for sustainable long-term weight management. J Am Assoc Nurse Pract. 2017 Oct; 29(Suppl 1): S3–S14. Published online 2017 Oct 12. doi: 10.1002/2327-6924.12510
Dao, M. C., Thiron, S., Messer, E., Sergeant, C., Sévigné, A., Huart, C., Rossi, M., Silverman, I., Sakaida, K., Bel Lassen, P., Sarrat, C., Arciniegas, L., Das, S. K., Gausserès, N., Clément, K., & Roberts, S. B. (2020). Cultural Influences on the Regulation of Energy Intake and Obesity: A Qualitative Study Comparing Food Customs and Attitudes to Eating in Adults from France and the United States. Nutrients, 13(1), 63. https://doi.org/10.3390%2Fnu13010063
Evans, E. H., Sainsbury, K., Kwasnicka, D., Bolster, A., Araujo-Soares, V., & Sniehotta, F. F. (2018). Support needs of patients with obesity in primary care: a practice-list survey. BMC family practice, 19(1), 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1186%2Fs12875-017-0703-4
Marshall, S., Taki, S., Laird, Y., Love, P., Wen, L. M., & Rissel, C. (2022). Cultural adaptations of obesity‐related behavioral prevention interventions in early childhood: A systematic review. Obesity Reviews, 23(4), e13402.
Niemiro, G. M., Rewane, A., & Algotar, A. M. (2019). Exercise and Fitness Effect On Obesity. In: StatPearls. StatPearls Publishing, Treasure Island (FL).
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Uratta, Livia, Pazzagli, Chiara, Delvecchio, Elisa, Cenco, Giulia, Germani, Alessandro and Mazzeschi, Claudia (2021). Personality Features in Obesity. Front. Psychol., 14 January 2021 Sec. Psychology for Clinical Settings
https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.530425