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What have been the most significant changes in human services over the past 50 years?
There have been a number of significant changes in health and human services sector in the past years. In fact it has changed drastically to a better service provider. Technology and scientific methods is the main cause for this change. [ New methods and processes have been adopted after research in this field. Now health care professionals have a positive outlook towards incurable diseases and
are constantly involved in research. Technology has also paved the way to get access to more cheaper health services. ]
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What have been the most significant changes in human services over the past 50 years?
Weegy: Over the past 50 years, human services workers have been able to offer a wider variety of services to alarger service population. [ Food and work used to be the two major focus areas for assistance in humanservices, but this has changed as the global face of need has changed. A greater number of people are in needand they need more things than ever before in our recent history. People today need clothing, food, shelter,medical services and safe haven for a vast population. The demand for these basic services will continue toincrease as more people are forced out of their homes. People in cities are particularly at risk, since individualsand families that are destitute or underemployed in cities do not have many resources and remain largelyanonymous. They adapt to this marginal lifestyle and this causes long term negative effects on their health andcircumstances as well as degrading society as a whole source: ] (More)
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Weegy: I think the biggest change is that men can simply go out an purchase sandwiches instead of having them prepared by their woman. It's a [ disaster. Women no longer know their place. It will lead to the end of civilization. [ ] ] (More)
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