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Select three substance abuse assessments for use in this assignment.

Select three substance abuse assessments for use in this assignment.

Select three substance abuse assessments for use in this assignment.
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Substance Abuse Assessments Across the Lifespan

Substance Abuse Assessments Across the Lifespan
Substance Abuse Assessments
Substance Abuse Assessments Across the Lifespan

Substance abuse assessments have very different purposes for different populations. For instance, an assessment for treatment of victims will look different from a court-mandated assessment relating to criminal behavior. For another example, an assessment for an adolescent would likely emphasize peer influence more so than it would for an adult. These demographic factors significantly influence the assessment as it relates to treatment planning or other recommendations.

Use the module readings and the Argosy University online library resources to research types of substance abuse assessments for different demographics.

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Select three substance abuse assessments for use in this assignment. Your choices should represent three different age populations such as the elderly, adults, adolescents, or children.

Review the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) patient placement criteria for the treatment of substance-related disorders at the following:

Mee-Lee, D. (2005). Overview of the ASAM patient placement criteria, second edition revised (ASAM PPC-2R). Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Retrieved from
http://www.samhsa.gov/co-occurring/topics/screening-and-
assessment/asam-overview.aspx
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. (2001). KAP KEYS Based on TIP 13: The role and current status of patient placement criteria in the treatment of substance use disorders. Retrieved from
http://integratedrecovery.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/TIP13-KAP.Keys_.pdf
Complete the following:

Describe the ASAM patient placement criteria for the treatment of substance-related disorders.
Describe the three selected types of substance abuse assessments that you might use. Be sure that your choices represent three different age populations such as the elderly, adults, adolescents, or children.
Compare and contrast the information being collected in each of the three assessments and describe the areas of concern. Ask, for example, does it include client presentation and functioning, current use and history, high-risk behavior, first exposure, consequences of addiction, culture, life skills, work, vocation, education, health, recreation, or spirituality? Present the comparison of the four types of substance abuse assessments in a table.
Explain special considerations, including ethical issues, which would apply to the different populations selected.
Evaluate the importance of having assessment tools for clients in each developmental life stage.
Create an 8–10 slide PowerPoint presentation to present your findings to other substance abuse counselors. Include the table comparing the three types of substance abuse assessments. Apply APA standards to citation of sources in your slides. Use the speaker notes in the slide show to further discuss the topics on each slide. In addition, make sure you have a title slide and a slide with references (in APA format).

Use the following file naming convention: LastnameFirstInitial_M5_A1.ppt.

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The paper must be neatly formatted, double-spaced with a one-inch margin on the top, bottom, and sides of each page. When submitting hard copy, be sure to use white paper and print out using dark ink. If it is hard to read your essay, it will also be hard to follow your argument.

By Saturday, August 16, 2014,

Dear JaY,
In the last powerpoint assignment, you were to create a PowerPoint presentation about a specific population, discussing the needs of this population and how you might address those needs in substance abuse assessment/treatment. This was due Wednesday.

I can tell you worked on this, Jamie. I liked the topic you chose, and you have some good points. You started with very personal reflections and beliefs. You didn’t seem to use any sources other than the one specific item — I’m wondering about some of your points. For example,is it true (is there research to support) that disabled people get angry faster? Frankly, I don’t know that is true.

Your presenter notes are the same as the slide. Actually, your slide is the topic name and hopefully some graphic interest — your notes are what you say. Please look at my PP Hints and play around with the power in PowerPoint.

You have quite a few grammatical errors.

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