Once you have built an agenda for your policy, developed a policy proposal plan, and strategically analyzed the composition of the audience to which you will present your policy proposal in this Assignment, you will submit a video presentation summary of the policy proposal you created from last week’s Discussion. This is a simulation for a presentation summary you would make to policy leaders.
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a video presentation summary of the policy proposal you created from last week’s Discussion. Be sure to incorporate feedback from your colleagues. Make sure that your summary presentation provides a solid rationale for the passage of your policy, using reputable sources from experts in the field. This should be a simulation of a summary presentation you would make to “real-world” policy leaders, so make sure you are succinct and informative. You can include any visual aids that you think help your presentation.
Your video should be 4–5 minutes and no more than 6 minutes.
Once you have built an agenda for your policy, developed a policy proposal plan, and strategically analyzed the composition of the audience to which you will present your policy proposal in this Ass
Policy Proposals Policy development and implementation are essential processes that need to be embraced in social work. They are crucial aspects that can influence change on how things can be done for our clients to achieve either a negative or positive outcomes. Notably as a social worker, if you need to be more effective in practice, then you should advocate for policies that enhance the desired results to your clients during service time (Plummer, Makris, Brocksen, 2014). Significantly, as a social worker, I have realized that I should not emphasize on every social policy; however, I must make consideration of policies that cover all of my clients. Policy To provide permanent housing vouchers for families that are homeless and provide short term assistance to the less affected family. This policy is essential because there will be a consistent payment irrespective of the fact that the tenants will guarantee a particular portion, the clients are aware that failure to do so they might lose their voucher. This means that there will be strict guidelines regulating the behaviors of tenants. Thus, failure to adhere to any part of their signed lease results in loss of the voucher (Plummer et al., 2014). Jose a Latino male aged 42 years and who is heterosexual he is homeless and has a concern of substance abuse. In this case, Jose requires both counseling and housing services. Considerably, I will implement the housing programs to all individuals who are homeless, and thus Jose will be a beneficiary. Further, I would appeal to the state and federal governments to provide substantial assistance to victims suffering from drug and substance abuse and homeless. I will factor the homeless individuals to further their education by providing resources that will facilitate their learning and social services as well. The policy will cost a substantial amount financed by the government and state agencies annually. The author designates a trade-off is how policy ranks high in one criterion but maybe lower on another standard (Jansson, 2018).In the case of Jose, the trade-off will be developed limiting the annually cost and providing a prepaid voucher system without adhering to state and federal tax penalties laws. Also, in the case of Jose, I would use a trade-off in implementing more homeless shelters and spend less money on the substance abuse issues with Jose but I would have more money invested in the effectiveness of helping a diverse population of homeless people in seeking shelters. References Plummer, S.-B, Makris, S., Brocksen S. (Eds.). (2014). Social work case studies: Concentration year. Baltimore, MD: Laureate International Universities Publishing. [Vital Source e-reader].”Working with Clients with Addictions: The Case of Jose” (pp. 65–68). Jansson, B. S. (2018). Becoming an effective policy advocate: From policy practice to social justice (8th ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning Series. Chapter 8, “Placing Policy Proposals in Policy Briefs in the Second, Third, and Fourth Steps of Policy Analysis” (pp. 246-283)