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Title: Concurrent Planning: Multiple Pathways to Permanence Version 2.0, 2010 Module C


1
Concurrent PlanningMultiple Pathways to
PermanenceVersion 2.0, 2010Module C
2
Introductions and Training Goals
  • Foster Care as a supportive service
  • Permanency as the goal
  • Collaboration leads to better services for
    children, youth and families

3
Concurrent Planning Values
  • Identify 3 values that seem most important
  • Should anything else be added?
  • What will be the hardest value to uphold?

4
Concurrent Planning Values
  • What are the three most important values?

5
Professional Goals and Roles
  • Define your role

6
Professional Goals and Roles
  • What is your role?
  • Consider the importance of
  • Understanding your role in working toward
    permanency
  • Collaboration

7
Working Together
  • Full disclosure is the responsibility of the
    social worker, probation officer, or attorney
  • Other stakeholders support full disclosure
  • Directions
  • Form mixed groups of 3
  • Choose Scenario for the group

8
Working Together
  • Directions
  • Read the scenario
  • Engage in discussion with group members about the
    scenario
  • Role Play 2 actors and one observer

9
Conflicts
  • Directions
  • Work in small groups
  • Complete worksheet
  • Brainstorm why conflict may arise between
    different roles

10
Conflicts
  • Directions
  • Reconvene in large group
  • Are there any specific areas where conflict
    arises?
  • What are the benefits of conflict?
  • What are some examples of conflict resolution
    techniques?

11
Conflicts
  • Why do conflict and an inability to problem solve
    occur between people of different roles when
    working for permanency for children and youth?
  • Misunderstandings
  • Mistrust
  • Strained and Hostile Communication
  • Negative Stereotyping
  • Non-negotiability

12
Conflicts
  • Directions
  • Form groups of 6
  • Discuss roles and identify potential conflicts
    with group members
  • Role Play

13
Roles and Goals
  • Directions
  • Work in groups of 3
  • Brainstorm
  • What can you do to help?
  • What is needed from your partners as you work on
    permanency with families?
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