2018 Child Protection Summit: What Does It Take to Get My Children Home: In-Home Safety Planning and Conditions for Return Training Video

Tara Muender, Staff Associate, Action for Child Protection | Todd Darling, Staff Associate, Action for Child Protection


September 6, 2018

Handouts:
Wilson Family Example | Safety Management Provider Can and Will Protect the Child | Safety Planning Analysis | Conditions for Return

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Florida (Child Welfare Professional)

Training Description

Paramount for the families we work with is understanding how their children can be returned to their home, safely. In-home safety planning analysis identifies the conditions that must exist in order for children to either remain in home on an in-home safety plan, or what must change in order for the development of an in-home safety plan. This workshop will explore the in-home safety planning analysis questions and process and the development of conditions for return when an in-home safety plan cannot be established. Participants will be guided through the definitions of each of the in-home safety planning analysis questions, be provided examples of application of the in-home safety planning analysis, and explore the corresponding conditions for return for each of the in-home safety planning analysis questions.



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