Alzheimer's Disease in the elderly in Florida | Custom PHD Thesis

Alzheimer’s Disease in the elderly in Florida

Criminal Justice
January 31, 2018
UNIT 1 DISCUSSION BOARD RESEARCH TOPIC
January 31, 2018

Phase 3: Analyzing the Aggregate Strengths and Weaknesses
For Phase 3 of the Capstone project, analyze and describe the strengths and weaknesses of the aggregate
and the community where the aggregate resides.
Be sure to apply Mobilize, Assess, Plan, Implement, Track (MAP-IT) in your assessment process.
• Bythe due date assigned, submit your response in a 1-page Microsoft Word document.
• Support your responses with examples.
• Cite all sources in APA format.
Phase 4: Risk Assessment
For Phase 4 of your project, you will select a family in your aggregate and complete a risk assessment in
the field using the information from chapter 18 “Community as Client: Assessment and Analysis” and
“Appendix D Friedman Family Assessment Model (Short Form)” as a guide. Describe how the family,
environment, home, and risk assessments were conducted, using your course textbook as a reference.
Describe the results of the assessments, drawing conclusions about the health risks to the aggregate as you
see them.
• Bythe due date assigned, submit your response in a 2- to 3-page Microsoft Word document.
• Support your responses with examples.
• Cite all sources in APA format.
Submission Details:
Combine Phase 3 and Phase 4 documents into one paper. Use bold sub-headings in the paper to distinguish
Phase 3 from Phase 4.
Phase 3: Analyzing the Aggregate Strengths and Weaknesses and Phase 4: Risk Assessment
• Name your combined document

Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (7-8)
8 points Satisfactory (C Range) (8-9)
9 points Proficient (B Range) (10-11)
11 points Exemplary (A Range) (11-12)
12 points
Applied MAP-IT in the assessment process. Student did not submit assignment. MAP-IT is not reflected in the assessment process.

Few MAP-IT aspects applied to the assessment process. MAP-IT applied to the assessment process with missing
elements. Clearly applied MAP- IT in the assessment process.
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (7-8)
8 points Satisfactory (C Range) (8-9)
9 points Proficient (B Range) (10-11)
11 points Exemplary (A Range) (11-12)
12 points
Analyzed and described the strengths of the aggregate and the community where the aggregate resides. Student did not submit assignment

Lack of strengths identified. Briefly mentioned the strengths. Identified the strengths but without explanation. Thoroughly

described and analyzed the strengths linking with community in which aggregate lives.
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (7-8)
8 points Satisfactory (C Range) (8-9)
9 points Proficient (B Range) (10-11)
11 points Exemplary (A Range) (11-12)
12 points
Analyzed and described the weaknesses of the aggregate and the community where the aggregate resides. Student did not submit assignment

Lack of weaknesses
identified. Briefly mentioned the
weaknesses. Identified the
weaknesses but without explanation. Thoroughly described
and analyzed the weaknesses linking with community in which aggregate lives.
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range)
5 points Satisfactory (C Range)
6 points Proficient (B Range)
7 points Exemplary (A Range)
8 points
Described how the family, environment, home, and risk assessments were conducted, using the course textbook as a reference. Student did not

submit assignment. Lack of description of
how the family, environment, home, and risk assessments were conducted. Briefly mentioned how
the family, environment, home, and risk assessments were conducted. Mentioned in detail
how the family, environment, home, and risk assessments were conducted,
using the course textbook as a reference. Thoroughly described
how the family, environment, home, and risk assessments were conducted,
using the course textbook as a reference.
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (7-8)
8 points Satisfactory (C Range) (8-9)
9 points Proficient (B Range) (10-11)
11 points Exemplary (A Range) (11-12)
12 points
Identified the health risks to the aggregate based on the risk assessment. Student did not submit assignment. No health risks
Identified. Identified the health
risks to the aggregate but no explanation included. Identified the health
risks to the aggregate
and explanation
included vaguely relating to the risk assessment. Identified the health
risks to the aggregate
and explanation
included clearly relating to the risk assessment.
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range)
1 point Satisfactory (C Range)
2 points Proficient (B Range)
3 points Exemplary (A Range)
4 points
Cited at least two journal articles as references for ideas in your work. Student did not submit assignment. Cited one source and
it was not a journal article. Cited two sources but
they were not journal articles. Cited one source that
was a journal article. Cited two journal
articles.
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range)
5 points Satisfactory (C Range)
6 points Proficient (B Range)
7 points Exemplary (A Range)
8 points
Organization Introduction Thesis Transitions Conclusion Student did not submit assignment Introduction is limited or missing entirely.
The paper lacks a thesis statement.
Transitions are infrequent, illogical, or missing entirely.
Conclusion is limited or missing entirely. Introduction is
present but incomplete or underdeveloped.
The paper is loosely organized around a thesis that may have to be inferred.
Transitions are sporadic.
Conclusion is present, but incomplete or underdeveloped. Introduction has a
clear opening, provides background information, and states the topic.
The paper is organized around an arguable, clearly stated thesis statement.
Transitions are appropriate and help the flow of ideas.
Conclusion summarizes main argument and has a clear ending. Introduction catches
the reader’s attention, provides compelling and appropriate background info, and clearly states the topic.
The paper is well organized around an arguable, focused thesis.
Thoughtful transitions clearly show how ideas relate.
Conclusion leaves the reader with a sense of closure and provides concluding insights.
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range)
5 points Satisfactory (C Range)
6 points Proficient (B Range)
7 points Exemplary (A Range)
8 points
Usage and Mechanics Grammar Spelling Sentence structure Student did not submit assignment. Writing contains numerous errors in spelling,

grammar, and/or sentence structure that severely interferes with
readability and comprehension Writing contains numerous errors in spelling, grammar, and/or sentence structure that severely interferes with
readability and comprehension Writing follows conventions of spelling and grammar
throughout. Errors are infrequent and do not interfere with
readability or comprehension The paper is basically error free in terms of mechanics. Grammar and mechanics help establish a clear idea and

aid the reader in
following the writer’s
logic.
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range)
1 point Satisfactory (C Range)
2 points Proficient (B Range)
3 points Exemplary (A Range)
4 points
APA Elements Attribution Paraphrasing Quotations Student did not submit assignment No attempt at APA format. APA format is
attempted to paraphrase, quote, and cite, but errors are significant. Using APA format,
accurately paraphrased, quoted, and cited in many spots throughout when appropriate or called for. Errors
present are somewhat minor. Using APA format,
accurately paraphrased, quoted, and cited throughout the presentation when appropriate or called for. Only a few minor errors present.
Overall Score No Submission
0 or more Emerging (F through D Range)
49 or more Satisfactory (C Range)
58 or more Proficient (B Range)
71 or more Exemplary (A Range)
80 or more

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