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Researching references to -- Family Assessment CPS

Postby Marina » Thu Jul 13, 2006 8:45 am

Researching references to -- Family Assessment CPS

TEN TIPS WHEN THE SOCIAL WORKER IS AT YOUR DOOR
Detective Robert R. Surgenor (Retired)
Family Defense Network of Ohio

http://www.fdno.org/10_tips.html

4) The same rule applies whenever an officer of the court,
be it a social worker, police officer, or deputy sheriff,
wants you to do anything against your will.
You cannot be made to "report to the office" of the social worker
or to "bring your children in for an interview" without being served with a court order.
Only a judge or magistrate, presented with evidence that you have committed a crime,
can issue an order that you are obligated to obey.
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HHS
http://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/userma ... s/cpsg.cfm


Turning child protective services around
by Thomas D. Morton
http://www.gocwi.org/data/site250783/fi ... 0services'

Wyoming policy manual
http://66.218.69.11/search/cache?p=fami ... 1&.intl=us

Oregon
http://66.218.69.11/search/cache?p=asse ... 1&.intl=us

Oregon policy manual
http://66.218.69.11/search/cache?p=asse ... 1&.intl=us

Arizona CPS site
http://66.218.69.11/search/cache?p=asse ... 1&.intl=us

Washington
http://66.218.69.11/search/cache?p=asse ... 1&.intl=us

Kentucky
http://66.218.69.11/search/cache?p=asse ... 1&.intl=us

Minnesota
http://66.218.69.11/search/cache?p=asse ... 1&.intl=us

Maine
http://66.218.69.11/search/cache?p=asse ... 1&.intl=us

Texas– assessment services in child care
http://216.109.125.130/search/cache?p=a ... 1&.intl=us[url][/url]
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Postby Marina » Mon Jul 24, 2006 12:59 pm

Family needs assessment
California Social Work Education Center (CalSWEC)
University of California, Berkeley
School of Social Welfare
120 Haviland Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-7400

http://calswec.berkeley.edu/CalSWEC/13F ... ds2002.pdf

page 6

Content in casework usually consists of what family members say to the worker or to each other.
Content includes facts about problems, and descriptive information about family members and the situation.
The content of verbal communication is the strict, logical implication of the words.
However, it is only part of the communication.
Very often, the content of verbal interactions can actually block or obscure communication rather than clarify it.

Process in casework includes the observable dynamics of behaviors, interactions, and feelings (affect).
It includes nonverbal behaviors, such as tone of voice, body posture, and facial expressions;
emotive or affective responses;
interactions between family members, or between the worker and family members;
and family members’ expressed feelings about the problem or situation.

In any communication, the content may not be consistent with the process message (the nonverbal, affective or behavioral one).

When a verbal and a nonverbal message are inconsistent in their meaning, the nonverbal one is almost always more accurate.

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Postby Marina » Mon Jul 24, 2006 5:19 pm

STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
Division of Family and Children Services
FAMILY CENTERED Strengths and
Risk ASSESSMENT GUIDEBOOK


http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/socwork/nrcf ... DEBOOK.pdf


Shows questions that might be asked.


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