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Decision making in child welfare services

intake and planning

by Theodore J. Stein

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Published by Kluwer-Nijhoff Pub., Distributors for North America, Kluwer Boston in Boston, Hingham, MA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Child welfare -- United States -- Decision making.,
    • Social work with children -- United States -- Decision making.,
    • Adoption -- United States -- Decision making.,
    • Foster home care -- United States -- Decision making.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementTheodore J. Stein, Tina L. Rzepnicki.
      SeriesInternational series in social welfare
      ContributionsRzepnicki, Tina L.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV741 .S7442 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 171 p. :
      Number of Pages171
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3169870M
      ISBN 10089838138X
      LC Control Number83012006

      Hotline systems are the first point of contact between the public and the child protection agency. The public has a reasonable expectation that children who come to the attention of the CPS agency will be safe from future harm. Having an in-depth understanding about the practice and underlying policies of an agency’s hotline system is essential for any child protection agency . Structured Decision Making Risk Assessment®(SDMRA) Hospital Holds; B. CPS Investigative Findings Notification; C. CPS Investigative Founded Findings Review; Mandated Reports to Law Enforcement; Family Voluntary Services (FVS) Family Reconciliation Services; Child Welfare Services; Case Support.

      decision making in child welfare services. B1: Explain how the structured intake tools guide intake case decisions. B2: Through intake interview practice scenarios, demonstrate how to use structured intake tools and the information gathered in the intake. A growing number of child welfare agencies use family team meetings to engage families in case-planning and decision making. While federal legislation encourages this practice, research has not yet identified which family team meeting models work best. This publication compares four family team meeting models that are supported by preliminary research.

      Get this from a library! Decision Making in Child Welfare Services: Intake and Planning. [Theodore J Stein; Tina L Rzepnicki] -- All countries confront the problem of providing for dependent, neglected, and 1 abused children. While the exact form of institutional response will differ in relation to a country's political and. APPLYING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS - CAPITAL REGION CURRICULUM AM SESSION 2 (01/27/10) CDHS/Research Foundation of SUNY/BSC appreciate various decision-making styles Operative N/A Materials PowerPoint slides, APPLYING CRITICAL THINKING IN CHILD WELFARE, RELATING TO THE WORK, STRUCTURE OF THE DAY, DECISION POINTS, AREAS OF DECISION-MAKING .


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Stein (Author), T.L. Rzepnicki (Author) ISBN Cited by: Decision-Making in Child Protection Throughout the life of case, child protection workers may have to evaluate or make decisions related to risk, safety, case opening, substantiation, removal, and return. Resources include State and local examples.

Decision-making in Child Protective Services: Influences at Multiple Levels of the Social Ecology. Making decisions is an essential responsibility in children's services.

Reluctance to do so can be harmful to children as their cases drift. A judgment has to be made about whether to seek further information to help you decide, but this has to be weighed against the needs of the child Cited by: 9.

Decision Making in Child Welfare Services by Theodore J. Stein,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). Long-term foster care, if it was a planned outcome supported by the use of written agreements between foster parents and child care agencies, was recognized as an appropriate option for some children.

2 DECISION MAKING IN CHILD WELFARE Permanency planning projects have had a direct effect on the substantive aspects of social work practice in. In an effort to improve decision-making in child protective services (CPS), most states have, over the last two decades, implemented risk assessment systems to guide staff faced with making.

Structured decision-making (SDM) is an approach to child protective services that uses clearly defined and consistently applied decision-making criteria for screening for investigation, determining response priority, identifying immediate threatened harm, and estimating the risk of future abuse and neglect.

The Structured Decision Making®(SDM) model for child protection assists agencies and workers in meeting their goals to promote the ongoing safety and well-being of children. Decision-making in the child protection system is influenced by multiple factors; agency and geographic contexts, caseworker attributes, and families' unique circumstances all likely play a role.

Decision Making D DDM is a process for deciding on a course of action based on data. As data systems and technologies have become more accessible and interactive, it has become easier to use data to inform decision making in child welfare and other human services organizations and systems.

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Abstract Over the past two decades, engaging families in decision‐making has grown in popularity across child welfare systems internationally. The family group conference in particular has generated interest as a practice model that facilitates broader family engagement in care and protection.

T.M. CreaBalanced decision making in child welfare: Structured processes informed by multiple perspectives Administration in Social Work, 34 (), pp. / Google Scholar. County child welfare agencies must receive and screen all reports of abuse, neglect, or dependency, regardless of residency.

Each county child welfare services agency must have written procedures for receiving CPS reports and for providing supervisory decision-making. Almost 20 years ago, I wrote a book about anti-black racism in the family regulation system — Shattered Bonds: The Color of Child Welfare.

Since then, “racial disproportionality” has become a buzzword in child welfare research and policymaking. Despite numerous reforms, the system has not changed its punitive ideology or racist impact. until the issues surrounding child welfare decision making are confronted. We believe the model described in this document - when properly implemented - will result in a significant step forward for child welfare services.

This model is based on work completed or underway in fourteen states, ranging from California to Rhode Island. Team decision making (TDM) is a departure from traditional child welfare practice. Instead of a single caseworker determining what to do in a crisis that requires consideration of out-of-home care because of child abuse or neglect, TDM brings together parents, family, community members and others to assess the situation and determine how best to keep the child safe.

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