Child Welfare Practice Model Child Welfare Practice Model

Child Welfare Practice Model Overview

Child Welfare Practice Model 101 - Part I:
Explores what the safety practice is and how safety determinations are made

Child Welfare Practice Model 101 - Part II:
Discusses information collection and the six domains for family assessment, along with safety planning

Child Welfare Practice Model 101 - Part III:
Explores caregiver protective capacities and information collection, along with assessing needs of the child

Child Welfare Practice Model 101 - Part IV:
Looks at case plan progress, reunification, case closure, and other forms of permanency as a series wrap-up

 

Child Welfare Practice Model for Caregivers:
This training will provide any substitute caregiver (foster parent, group home staff, or relative/non-relative placements) with an overview of Florida's Child Welfare Practice Model and how it will affect children in their home. Discussion will include broad overview of what may lead to a child being removed, how case plans progress, and what has to happen before a child can be reunified. This presentation will also provide substitute caregivers with information on how to support safety (from the point of removal through visitation and reunification).

 

(Note: links will open in a separate browser tab. Please be patient while the training loads; it may take up to one minute)