This training provides participants with strategies for creating a collaborative, partnership-based relationship with children and families during the case plan development process.
After attending this training, participants will be able to:
- Understand the dynamics of engaging families in comprehensive participatory case planning which includes addressing the underlying contributing factors to maltreatment and extensive exploration of family strengths and resources in order to mitigate risk in identified areas
- Develop collaborative, time-limited, case specific goals and objectives with families; formulate observable, behavioral measures of these goals and objectives; and outline all parties’ agreed-upon roles, responsibilities and activities within required time frames to address high priority needs and problem areas identified in the family assessment
- Value the importance of engaging and collaborating with the family and their resources in strength-based, culturally competent ways in an effort to develop a comprehensive, family-specific case plan
Further, this training will explore strategies for creating specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timely service objectives.