PRMA 100 - Redefining Case Management

In this course, case management will be examined as a wholistic and coordinated approach to community education and employment support. Participants will ground the practice in the principles of client empowerment and self-determination. The process will be explored through the stages of: engagement, intake, assessment, action planning, monitoring, follow-up and closure. Current case management practices will be challenged as they relate to colonization, and students will have the opportunity to envision where Indigenization can occur in the process, in order to better support and advocate for First Nation citizens.

Credits
3.00
no scheduled sessions