Examine the following imaginary case study of a young woman housed in the workhouse in 1890. Describe how the case study would look different in 1955 (medical model), then in 1995 (social model) and finally in 2018 ( focus on human rights). Date: Mary is a 23 year old woman who is living in the workhouse, she is categorized as an “idiot”- unable to protect her self against basic physical danger. she has lived in the workhouse for the past 8 years. As a young child she lived with her parents and siblings and while they were poor they had enough to survive, while at home Mary was able to help with growing and harvesting potatoes on their small patch of land. However Mary’s father has since died and her mother and older sister have taken up domestic work in a local landlord estate. Her two brothers have moved away and may be living in England. Mary has no contact with her family. she spends most of her day wondering around the workhouse, she appears unkempt and has very limited communication skills, she has been deemed “unfit for work”. NOW Imagine Mary’s case in 1955. What is her diagnosis? what does her life look like? what type of service is she getting? describe the medical model, which is popular at the time. How does this model influence the service Mary has? NEXT imagine Mary’s case in 1995. what is her diagnosis now? what does her life look like? what type of service is she getting? Describe the social model and show how it has emerged. How is the social model influencing the service Mary gets? LASTLY, imagine Mary’s story in 2018. what type of service is she getting? ( you can imagine best case scenario here). What does her life look like? How dos the idea of human rights based approach impact on the type of service she gets? DESCRIBE and application of each model / approach should include at least two references This CA assess CORU standard of proficiency for social care workers s.3 and s.14 CORU (2017) standards of proficiency for social care workers, (online) available at http://coru.ie/uploads/documents/standards of proficiency for social care workers.