Here's a video walk-through of a question we posted a while back. Learn some content while getting the hang of ways to approach questions. For deeper practice, try our full-length practice tests.

The question:

After many months of effort, a social worker finds a Section 8 apartment for a homeless client. After seeing the apartment, the client says he prefers to sleep on the street. "I like the open air," he says. The social work is worried that the client's judgment is impaired and that he is putting himself in unnecessary danger. How should the social worker intervene?

A. Convince the client to try the apartment out for a month before deciding.

B. Discuss the pros and cons of apartment versus street living with the client.

C. Bring up the client's decision in a group setting so he can hear from others in a similar situation.

D. Insist that the client try the apartment for his own safety.

What do you think? How would you answer and why? See our walk-through video for a recommended approach.

January 10, 2023
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