Using ONE of the scenarios, prepare a report of no more than 2500 words. (Please note that you are choosing EITHER a Child Protection scenario OR a Domestic Violence scenario OR an Elder Abuse scenario.) The paper must cover the following: - A genogram of the family (place at front of report) - Identify and explain (a) the harm and it's indicators; and (b) individual, family & environmental factors of concern. This involves providing a clear statement of your concerns for the client; and identifying the protective needs of the client (that is, what do they need in order to be safe). Link the above (point 2) with pertinent evidence, theory, research and literature. Your report must cover the relevant knowledge needed to understand and work with this situation. This should be strongly located in an evidence-based practice framework – which specifically means a critical appraisal of the literature. - Provide a clear assessment of the situation and propose goals for intervention. Notably, you need to consider interventions that have empirical support (i.e. research that demonstrates positive and helpful outcomes for clients). Your proposed interventions should be clearly linked to your assessment and the needs of the client & their family. - Identify the key outcomes you plan to achieve with this case and indicate how you plan to assess/monitor the appropriateness of your intervention. - Identify & briefly discuss some of the interpersonal skills necessary for working with this client and family. Description: Prepare a written assessment and intervention report on the scenario listed below. Child Protection scenario Twenty-four year old Lizzie Smith is the mother of Jayden Smith, aged 4 years, Troy Smith, aged 2.5 years, and Shanaya Smith, aged 8 months. All the children have different fathers. All three relationships have ended due to domestic violence. Lizzie’s current partner, twenty-two year old Jason Maa, is incarcerated for drug related offences and breach of a DVO. It is expected he will be released in a few weeks. Lizzie and the children currently reside in a Department of Housing townhouse. Neighbours are concerned about the number of loud parties at the residence, the unkempt state of the residence (the grass is not mowed, there is rubbish piled in the small yard and some broken windows), and noise from Lizzie’s constant yelling and swearing at the children. Comments such as “ F.. off, I hate you”, “ I wish you’d never been born” , are heard on a daily basis. The children are heard to cry and scream in response and Jayden is heard saying similar comments to Shanaya. The children are reportedly often left outside unsupervised. They appear dirty, underweight and inappropriately dressed for the weather (it is mid-winter and the children have no shoes and short sleeves). They are wary of their mother and are described as “out of control”. Lizzie has apparently said she needs help. She finds parenting on her own very difficult, but has left past relationships due to the risk of physical harm to the children. She herself was a child in-care and does not want her children brought up in foster care.