Advanced human services professional practitioners serve the community in a number of different roles, which offer unique opportunities to effect positive social change. For example, a human services administrator may consult with other agencies to address a long-standing problem in the community, a program director may create an outreach program that targets an underserved population, and a family services specialist may advocate for a policy change on behalf of families in need. Reflect on what you learned in this course about social change and prevention, advocacy, and consultation. Consider how you will use what you learned in your current or future role in the human services profession to effect positive social change. By Day 4 Post a response to the following questions: What have you learned about social change as a result of completing this course? How do you plan on using what you learned in your current or future role in the human services profession to effect positive social change? In your response, be sure to address how you would use prevention, advocacy, and consultation in your work.