# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Family and Human Services I FCCLA National Programs Correlation by Task

CTE Resource Center - Verso

Virginia’s CTE Resource Center

FCCLA National Programs Correlation by Task

In this course, the following tasks/competencies reinforce the standards listed beside them. Teachers may identify additional reinforcements in locally developed instructional materials.

Task/Competency Number Task/Competency Statement Standards
39 Analyze the meaning of work and the meaning of family. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Protecting ♦ Saving ♦ Spending ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
40 Compare how families affect work life and how work life affects families. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Protecting ♦ Saving ♦ Spending ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
41 Identify management strategies for balancing work and family roles. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ The Fit You ♦ The Healthy You ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
42 Describe the effects of power and authority in work, community, and family settings. FCCLA National Programs: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Protecting ♦ Saving ♦ Spending ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ You-Me-Us
43 Identify the interrelationship between career path decisions and individual/family life decisions throughout the family life cycle. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Protecting ♦ Saving ♦ Spending ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
44 Identify diverse needs and challenges. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Protecting ♦ Saving ♦ Spending ♦ The Fit You ♦ The Healthy You ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
45 Describe the needs of and accommodations for people experiencing diverse needs and challenges. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Lead ♦ Learn ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Protecting ♦ Saving ♦ Serve ♦ Spending ♦ The Fit You ♦ The Healthy You ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
46 Explain typical effects on families of people experiencing diverse needs and challenges. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Protecting ♦ Saving ♦ Spending ♦ The Fit You ♦ The Healthy You ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
47 Differentiate between formal and informal assessment practices. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Take the Lead ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
48 Differentiate between legal and ethical concepts associated with family and human services. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
49 Describe ethical issues related to professional caregiving. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Protecting ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
50 Describe legal issues related to professional caregiving. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Protecting ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
51 Describe elements of professionalism in family and human services occupations. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Take the Lead ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
52 Describe the diverse populations served by human services. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ People ♦ Roads ♦ Take the Lead ♦ Vehicles ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
53 Analyze the development of stereotypical beliefs. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Lead ♦ Learn ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Serve ♦ Take the Lead ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
54 Identify the effect of cultural values and behaviors on the provision of family and human services. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Lead ♦ Learn ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Serve ♦ Take the Lead ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
55 Explain the roles of local and regional organizations that address human services issues for various populations. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Lead ♦ Learn ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Protecting ♦ Saving ♦ Serve ♦ Spending ♦ Take the Lead ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
56 Identify uses of technology in the provision of human services. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working
57 Identify common characteristics of older adults. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Protecting ♦ Saving ♦ Spending ♦ The Fit You ♦ The Healthy You ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
58 Identify ways to facilitate independence of older adults who need assistance. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Lead ♦ Learn ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Serve ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
59 Describe elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Earning ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Protecting ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Saving ♦ Spending ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
60 Identify support resources for older adults. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Lead ♦ Learn ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Protecting ♦ Serve ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
61 Describe ways to provide assistance with activities of daily living to meet the healthcare needs of clients. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
62 Describe physical healthcare knowledge and skills needed by workers in family and human services occupations. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
63 Describe mental healthcare knowledge and skills needed by workers in family and human services occupations. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
64 Describe effective techniques for accomplishing tasks of daily living. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
65 Identify safety hazards and sanitation concerns of the home. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
66 Describe how to modify the home to accommodate an individual with special needs. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
67 Identify principles of nutrition and specialized dietary plans. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
68 Describe safe food preparation techniques and food handling practices. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
69 Identify communication skills needed to interact effectively with individuals and families. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
70 Describe types of written communication used by workers in family and human services occupations. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
71 Research the rewards and benefits of a career in human services. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Working on Working
72 Explore career pathways in the field of family and human services. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Working on Working
73 Evaluate personal assets for potential careers. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Working on Working
74 Match personal assets to specific careers in the field of family and human services. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Working on Working