Application: Using Genograms and Ecomaps for Intervention In addition to a genogram, it is important for social workers to develop an ecomap with clients. Social workers use ecomaps as a tool to assess present relationships and interactions with people (other than family) and support systems in the lives of clients. Knowing and understanding these connections provides the social worker with a sense of the resources clients may have when they need support. The information that the social worker gathers from both the genogram and the ecomap can provide a foundation to develop a sound intervention plan. For this Application Assignment, construct a genogram and an ecomap for the family from the Final Project case study. Think about how the information you gather might be useful in developing an intervention plan. The assignment (2–3 pages): •Construct a genogram and ecomap of the family in the Final Project case study. •Explain how the information you have gathered in the genogram and ecomap might assist you in developing an intervention plan. Note: Please submit the genogram, ecomap, and the written portion of the Application Assignment as three separate documents to the submission link. Note: Support your Application Assignment with specific references to the Learning Resources used in its preparation. You are asked to provide a reference list only for those resources not included in the Learning Resources for this course.