Resources include training curricula and materials for child welfare caseworkers that address case planning and case management.
Factors Associated With Good Outcomes for At-Risk Children Who Receive Social Services: Title IV-E Curriculum Module (PDF - 457 KB)
Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota (2009)
Discusses outcomes for children and families receiving social services and the effects of positive relationships between service providers and clients, client engagement, and parents' willingness to address personal issues and improve parenting skills.
American Humane Association (2003)
Presents guidelines for case plan development and child welfare service delivery, including a checklist of factors affecting abused and neglected children and alternatives for services and supports that may be provided to the family.
A National Curriculum for Caseflow Management in Juvenile Dependency Cases Involving Foster Care (PDF - 261 KB)
Fostering Results, Justice Management Institute, & JERITT Project (2005)
Presents a caseflow management workshop curriculum specifically geared for use with multidisciplinary, interagency teams of practitioners dealing with juvenile dependency cases involving children in foster care.
Promoting Placement Stability and Permanency Through Caseworker/Child Visits: A One Day Training Program
National Resource Center for Family-Centered Practice and Permanency Planning (2008)
Improves the visiting skills of caseworkers through an understanding of attachment, strengths-based practice, child development, and interview techniques. The training also explores Federal and State child welfare policies.
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