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Q: explained how human service delivery settings are influenced by evolving client needs.
A: Today?s economic climate is putting new stresses on human services agencies as more families are seeking assistance. With growing demands reducing capacity and straining caseworkers, [ families sometimes find they no longer have access to human services agencies. In an article originally published in Policy & Practice magazine in August 2009, Accenture?s Dave McCurley discusses an integrated
framework for coordinating and delivering multiple human services to families in need. The article introduces a framework based on more than 20 years of industry experience. It is an approach that re-aligns service delivery to ensure that its orientation is cross-program and family-centric. The goal is helping agencies deliver more effective services more efficiently. This way, they quickly help families in need get the quality services while maximizing taxpayer monies and budgets. ]
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User: explained how human service delivery settings are influenced by evolving client needs.

Weegy: Today?s economic climate is putting new stresses on human services agencies as more families are seeking assistance. With growing demands reducing capacity and straining caseworkers, [ families sometimes find they no longer have access to human services agencies. In an article originally published in Policy & Practice magazine in August 2009, Accenture?s Dave McCurley discusses an integrated framework for coordinating and delivering multiple human services to families in need. The article introduces a framework based on more than 20 years of industry experience. It is an approach that re-aligns service delivery to ensure that its orientation is cross-program and family-centric. The goal is helping agencies deliver more effective services more efficiently. This way, they quickly help families in need get the quality services while maximizing taxpayer monies and budgets. ]
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User: explain how human services delivery setting are influenced by evolving client needs





Weegy: it adjust and provide what people or demands are. With growing demands reducing capacity and straining caseworkers, families sometimes find they no longer have access to human services agencies.
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