A problem does not have a face it could affect any particular race and ethnic background, the young and old it does not immune anyone. Problems occur every day in life. The problems can range from a situational perspective, meeting human needs, societal change, and environmental influences. During a personâ€™s life span from birth to death is when a person goes through developmental stages. The individual might experience life differently because of changes in their life. Human service workers can help resolve the problems by using specific helping skills.
Problems occur every day because of swift changes in society and the modern world. What was once normal is no ...view middle of the document...
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Meeting a person basic need is critical if there is some lacking in some area then this would create barriers and it would be difficult for the person to move on with their life.
Maslowâ€™s Hierarchy of needs chart
Societal change is where many struggle with the worldâ€™s rapid change. These feeling causes them to feel dislocated in a society they once knew no longer exist. An example is when a person has to start a new career and lack the skills needed for the job. When elderly parents can no longer take care of themselves they have to move with the adult children or move to a nursing home. If a parent pass away suddenly or in up incarnated the child or children have to go into foster care. A brand new move from one culture to another and the language they speak is no longer used. This move could be a phenomena culture shock to the individual and their family.
The last problem that affects human is environmental influences. Many children are exposed to this problem because of poverty. Poverty impacts the overall well-being, academic success, and their social behavior. Living in poverty the individual lack the necessary things they need to adapt to life. Homelessness could be...