Now, you will have the opportunity to select a specific policy and discuss the historical timeline that addresses the contemporary social problem you have chosen for you final project. This activity will help you to gain a better understanding of the events that have contributed to and led to the problem and policy you are examining and analyzing. Project 2 is the second of the four projects you will complete for this course. For this activity, you will use the contemporary social problem you have chosen for your final project, create an introduction, and develop an accurate timeline of the historical policy and current events that have shaped this issue. List each event and provide an explanatory paragraph. You only need to include events that are relevant to your issue. For the remainder of this course, you will use your chosen topic to complete the following: M4A1 Project 3: Social Policy Analysis Paper •Project 3 will serve as your Midterm Exam. Provide a written analysis of the social policy chosen for Project 1 and 2.. Your paper must include the history of a policy that addresses the social problem you selected in Module 2. Provide a general overview providing definitions when necessary. Include specific details about the history of the selected policy. Your conclusion should incorporate a summary of what you discussed, expressing your professional and/or personal reflection and how the policy addresses the social problem you chose for Project 1. Your essay should be between 3 – 5 pages. Include a title page, use 12-point font and double space your text. Title and reference pages will not be considered as part of the page count for this activity. Be sure to use APA style format when citing any sources to support your claims. Use at least 3 references from within the past 6 years from journals or approved websites such as those of the US government, research organizations, universities, etc.
Veterans Traumatic Brain Injury Care Enhancement Act of 2014 Name Institution of Affiliation Date Veterans Traumatic Brain Injury care Enhancement Act of 2014 H.R. 4276 (113th) requires the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to succumb a detailed quarterly report to the Congress concerning the pilot program for rehabilitative services for veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI) (Govtrack, 2014, p.3). Based on the statistics VA, CBO forecasts that implementation of the bill would cost about one million dollars over the 2015-2019 period. Endorsing H.R. 4276 would not upset direct spending or revenues; so the pay-as-you-go procedures do not apply (Govtrack, 2014, p. 3). The act encompasses no intergovernmental or private-sector mandates as well-defined in the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act and would not upset the budgets of local, state, or tribal governments. The bill was introduced in the 113th Congress, 2013-2915 on Mar 18, 2014. It was passed after being signed by the president on December 18, 2014. Definition of TBI Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are severe public health problems with possibly devastating effects and far-reaching consequences (Tbiac, 2014, p.4). These harms occur following a jolt or blow to the head or a piercing head injury that upsets the normal functioning of the brain. TBIs can cause death or an end...