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1.Developing a Transition Plan
A transition plan is a document that gives those involved with your client what they need to take the appropriate next steps. Transition plans are often used to share information among a group of individuals who will be assisting a client. A good transition plan is clear and concise and presents a snapshot of where the client has been and is going. An effective transition plan presents to those who will be working with the client a clear direction on what needs to happen to help the client address changes smoothly.
Develop a transition plan, compiling and synthesizing the information that you have gathered regarding your case, to share with the transition team. Ensure that your transition plan includes:
- A clear, concise summary of the case, including a snapshot of where the client has been and any relevant background information.
- A course of action regarding next steps for the individual in your case. Present the course of action in a clear and concise manner. Make sure that you support your decision with points from the research and points from the dialogue that has taken place so far.
- Two to three clearly written recommendations to help the individual or the team take the next steps in the
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2.Putting the Pieces Together
The final outcome of the problem-solving process involves the ability to synthesize information in a clear and inclusive manner. The goal of this phase of the process is to take many different data points and points of view and synthesize them into one clear plan of action that can be easily understood by a broad range of stakeholders. This can be challenging, partly because it requires human services professionals to be open, direct, and neutral in their presentation of the information.
As you consider what is involved in this phase, address the following points:
- What challenges might occur when you enter into this phase?
- How your own values, biases, or personal viewpoints might impact how you synthesize the information that you have gathered?
- What dangers might be present?
- How might you address a situation in which you are asked to develop a report of this nature when the course of action required is not something you supported in the collaborative sessions?