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What Does Engaging Families in Case Planning Really Mean? (Workshop 106)
Directed to caseworkers who work in or partner with the public child welfare agency, the objectives of this workshop are two-fold: to raise awareness on the part of participants and increase their knowledge of the importance of family involvement, especially fathers, in case planning; and to assist participants in improving their family engagement skills. The session presents current research, results form the Child and Family Service Reviews, and best practice models in family engagement and involvement.
Steve Preister, D.S.W.
Donna T. Hornsby, M.S.W.
National Child Welfare Resource
Center for Family-Centered Practice
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