Moreover, I would let him know that my role as a social worker is coordinating and operating that part of the health subsystem which deals with long-term care and handicapping conditions. By engaging the services of a social worker, it would provide immense benefits to Scott’s daughter as this will reduce her hospital stay. Since Scott and his daughter are probably traumatized, I will advise him that my role as a social worker it to cut down on the incidences arising from social crises. These incidences are often exacerbated by health problems. As a social worker, I will strive to remove obstacles that may be present within the patient’s mental attitude as well as their surroundings. By doing this, it often provides room for successful treatment; hence, this will aid Scott’s daughter in her recovery process. Furthermore, my role will be to help the patient to adjust to hospitalization by making the patient to understand her exact health condition. However, I will only take up this role if at all the medical or nursing staff do not provide a vivid explanation as regards to the patient’s health condition.
Before embarking on the process of helping Scott and his daughter, I will be compelled to gather some information that will allow me to develop an in depth analysis of the situation, and formulate a plan of action as well. Planning is an important component for any social worker in a hospital setting. It is often an important part of the social work process and it has often been overlooked, but has now come to the fore. To begin with, I would seek to understand Scott’s psychological state as this might have a positive or negative impact on his daughter’s recovery process. In addition, I would want to know whether Scott is in a sound financial position to cater for the medical expenses that will accrue. This is, if he does not have a health insurance cover. At the same time, I would seek information from the