For the same client, Jennifer Scott, from the Week 2 and Week 3 assignments, complete this PDRA Risk Assessment Worksheet. You may want to review her background again.Additionally, in the Comment section at the bottom of the risk assessment, write 350 to 700 words on the value of risk assessment tools and your thoughts on the value of the PDRA risk assessment tool, specifically.see 2 attatched files
For the same client, Jennifer Scott, from the Week 2 and Week 3 assignments, complete this PDRA Risk Assessment Worksheet. You may want to review her background again. Additionally, in the Comment sec
CPSS/415 v2 Client Jennifer Scott Background Information Categories Client Information Name Jennifer Scott Age: 15 Grade Level: 8th Diagnosis: ADHD Substance Abuse Disorder (Marijuana) Conduct Disorder Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Background Jennifer Scott is a 15-year-old bi-racial female, that identifies as lesbian. Jennifer resides with her maternal grandmother in a rural community with limited services. Her biological father is deceased and the whereabouts of the mother is unknown. Jennifer has 4 siblings, two older and two younger. The minor siblings are in the custody of child services and reside with various relatives. Jennifer’s legal guardian is elderly and has traditional southern Baptist beliefs. Jennifer has resided with her grandmother since the age of 3. Due to Jennifer’s runaway history, she has not consistently attended school in the last three years. Presenting juvenile case Jennifer currently appears before the juvenile court for Runaway and Felony Auto Theft charges. Jennifer’s whereabouts were unknown for approximately three months; when she was arrested with two known gang members on an Auto Theft Charges. Prior juvenile history Runaway (five times)-first runaway at 11 years old. Not adjudicated Shoplifting-12 years old Misdemeanor adjudicated Theft by Taking-14 years old Felony adjudicated Truancy-12-15 years old Not adjudicated Substance Abuse Marijuana: started at 11 years old Gang Affiliation Associate of criminal street gang members Older brother is gang affiliated Medical Medicine for ADHD: currently not taking due to runaway status Current Placement Local Detention Center Prior Placement Local Detention Center (2 times) Group Home (6 months) Outpatient substance treatment-did not complete Trauma History Parental Abandonment Parental Loss Sexually Abused by relative at 5 years old (reported but no official services for the abuse received as of this date) Additional other facts Jennifer has a history of having relationships and living with other older females. These relationships have caused ongoing strain between herself and her grandmother. At times, her grandmother has not wanted her back in the home. She has a strained relationship with all her siblings, and her older brother has a history of criminal and gang activity. Copyright 2022 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.
For the same client, Jennifer Scott, from the Week 2 and Week 3 assignments, complete this PDRA Risk Assessment Worksheet. You may want to review her background again. Additionally, in the Comment sec
CPSS/415 v2 PDRA Risk Assessment Worksheet PDRA RISK ASSESSMENT FOR ADJUDICATED YOUTH JUVENILE JUSTICE Juvenile Name: DOB: Race/Sex: Case Worker Name: PDRA Date: 1. Age at First Juvenile Adjudication (including current) SCORE 16 or older -1 14 or 15 13 or younger 2. Total Number of Juvenile Adjudications (count separate Adjudications dates, including current; enter actual number) SCORE One -1 Two or Three Four or more Total Number 3. Total Prior Adjudications for Violent/Assaultive Offenses (count separate adjudication dates, NOT including current; enter actual number) SCORE None One or more Total Number 4. Most Serious Current Offense is Property-Related SCORE No Yes 5. Number of Prior Out-of-Home Placements (RYDC, YDC, residential [do not include DFCS placement]); enter actual number) SCORE None One or more Total Number 6. School Discipline/Attendance During the Prior 12 Months SCORE Enrolled, attending regularly, no out-of-school suspensions; or, graduated or GED; or 16 or older, not in school and employed -1 Some truancy; suspended out of school 1–2 times; considered somewhat disruptive Major truancy or dropped out; suspended out of school 3+ times; considered seriously disruptive 7. Substance Abuse SCORE No problem or experimentation only Use sometimes interferes with functioning Use frequently interferes with functioning; chronic abuse; dependency 8. Peer Relationships SCORE Friends provide positive influence -1 Some delinquent friends with negative influence Most friends are delinquent; strong negative influence; or youth is a gang member 9. Parental/Caregiver Supervision SCORE Parental/caregiver supervision and discipline usually effective; youth usually obeys rules; minor conflict Parental/caregiver supervision often ineffective or inconsistent; frequent parent-child conflict Little or no parental/caregiver supervision/discipline; or constant conflict; youth usually disobeys 10. Youth Participation in Pro-Social Activities SCORE Youth participates in at least one sport/athletic, church, hobby/creative, or school activity. Youth does not participate in any of the above pro-social activities. Total Score: Scored Risk Level: Low Risk: -4 to 1 Medium Risk: 2 to 5 High Risk: 6+ Comments: Copyright 2022 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.

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