Protective Planning (306)
Registration: 8:30 a.m.
DESCRIPTION : Working with families during the initial phases of developing a Protective Plan can be a very difficult and trying time for everyone, as it is a crisis point for the family. Collaboration with the family and your supervisor is critically important to ensure the safety of the child (ren) you are working with.
In this workshop, you will be identifying and reviewing the Present Danger Threats definitions in relation to implementing a protective plan. You will examine various protective planning methods and learn the requirements for implementing protective plans. In addition, the documentation and monitoring are also critical pieces to the effectiveness of these plans.
Participants will have the opportunity to review a case scenario and develop a protective plan.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Child welfare and Juvenile Justice Professionals and supervisors with regular or on-call responsibilities for Protective Planning for children and families.
- Foster Parents
Intertribal Child Welfare Training Partnership - Milwaukee Child Welfare Partnership for Professional Development - Southern Partnership - Western Wisconsin Partnership - Wisconsin Child Welfare Professional Development System - Behavioral Health Training Partnership - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
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