InstructionsTo complete the assignment, you will need to use the Family Assessment Device (FAD), the Family Adaptability and Cohesion Evaluation Scales (FACES), and the Self-Report Family Inventory (SFI). You will complete each of the three measures with respect to your own family of origin. You may use your nuclear family (e.g., partner, children) or your family of origin (you and your parents). If using your family of origin, respond to each item as if you were at the age when you were still living with your family of origin. Alternatively, when possible, you might consider asking one of your siblings to complete at least one of the measures.Once you have completed each of the assessments use the scoring instructions to score the responses. Then, for each measure, write a Clinical Assessment Report (CAR) using the template in the “Resources” section of the course page. Copy and paste the CARs into one document. Write a brief 1 to 2 page synopsis of your experience of using each of the measures and compare and contrast the usefulness of each with the others. In addition briefly (1 to 2 pages) address the following questions.The Circumplex, Beavers, and McMaster models all include specific principles that the authors of each suggest are indicative of what is normal in marriage and family life. What are your responses to these chapters and articles and the ideas that are presented about what is “normal”?Finally, what are the pros and cons of defining “normal” at all?Submit this document (do not submit the actual results (item by item) of the measures or the actual assessments).Your final document should be 5 to 10 pages in length:CAR’s for FACES – 1 to 2 pages.CAR’s for SFI – 1 to 2 pages.CAR’s for FAD – 1 to 2 pages.Synopsis of using the instruments and compare and contrast instruments – 1 to 2 pages.Addressing the 2 activity specific questions above – 1 to 2 pages.