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Title: Comprehensive Care Planning with Youth


1
Comprehensive Care Planning with Youth Families
in RBS
  • An overview walk-through of a Comprehensive
    Care Planning Template

Martha Kaufman Geri Wilson
2
Learning Objectives
  • To understand the benefits of engaging families
    in comprehensive care planning process.
  • To learn how to develop a comprehensive care plan
    and track progress throughout a family/youths
    enrollment in RBS.
  • To practice using a case scenario to illustrate
    how a familys strengths, needs and cultural
    perspective informs the priorities, interventions
    and outcomes of family/youth enrolled in RBS.

3
A Functional Best Practice Framework
  • Child, Youth Family Voice Choice
  • Practicality Relevance
  • Outcomes Driven
  • Strengths-based, Needs-responsive
  • Right Time, Right Place, Right Kind of Care
  • Continuity Portability
  • Coordinated Comprehensive
  • Unified Efforts Across Systems Locations
  • Adherence to Mandates

4
Service System Benefits
  • Takes a step up to unify efforts vs. trying to
    alter multiple long-standing documentation
    mandates
  • Promotes coordination in planning
    implementation 1 family/1team/1plan
  • Establishes a snap-shot of the big picture,
    without losing the details (I can finally tell
    whats going on without slogging through 50
    pages! MM, District Court Judge)
  • Documentation that promotes adherence to best
    practices in planning implementation

5
Child/Youth Family Benefits
  • Finally, I feel like my daughter our family
    have our own plan! It belongs to us and not an
    agency, and helps us feel like were in charge of
    our lives. (TD , parent)
  • I understand this it has my own words in it.
    (JS, youth)
  • I can take this plan with me to help explain
    what were trying to do to help our son. It has
    been hard to get some professionals to listen to
    me as a parent. Now we have a plan and a team
    that backs us up. (DB JB, parents)
  • What I like is that all the agencies that work
    with my kids now work together through one team
    and one plan. No more different plans that tell
    us different things. I used to worry about
    missing something and getting in trouble about
    it. Ive got enough worries. (ASR, parent)
  • I can show our plan to anyone I want to and it
    actually makes sense! Its like our snapshot of
    what were working on and how were getting
    there, without all the mumbo jumbo. (CJ, parent)
  • My husband and I can see a difference now that
    our team uses the Unified Plan to help us help
    our teenager. Were all more on the same page and
    people are actually helping us work on OUR
    priorities. (DP, LP, parents)

6
How is it different?
One Unified Coordinated Comprehensive Care Plan
Mental Health
Child Welfare
Education
Courts
Juvenile Probation
RBS
Child Welfare
Juvenile Probation
Community Supports
Courts
Mental Health
Community Supports
Separate Plans Orders
Education
RBS
7
The Comprehensive Care Plan
  • Helps the child/youth family their Care Team
    create one overarching plan that coordinates
    efforts across agency organizational boundaries
  • Does not replace, but integrates, agency-specific
    mandated plans (CW, MH, etc) into one unified
    family-centered plan
  • Uses a Life Domain framework to identify
    priorities, strengths, needs a plan of action
    to help provide help when, where how its needed
    through RBS
  • Defines coordinates the work of the Care Team

8
Using the CCP
  • When?
  • Upon enrollment in RBS as part of the Care Team
    development process
  • At each Care Team meeting
  • Whenever the CCP needs to be reviewed and/or
    changed consistent with evolving goals,
    strengths, needs of the child or youth family
  • Who completes it?
  • The individuals who lead the child/youth family
    Care Team take primary responsibility for
    facilitating ( documenting) the completion of
    the CCP
  • with full participation of the child/youth
    family and
  • their key stakeholders/Care Team members whose
    help is needed by the child or youth family to
    help achieve their desired outcomes

9
How is it completed?
  • Youth/Family, Stakeholders, CT Leaders work
    together, building on information shared in the
    Engagement Process Strengths Needs
    Conversation, Assessment information (e.g., CANS
    Actionable Items, CAFAS), the history of care
    what worked what didnt
  • Initiate a Family-Centered exploration of the
    child/youth familys Stated Goals, Strengths
    Skills, Unmet Needs Driving Forces
  • Identify the top 3-4 Life Domain priorities with
    the child/youth
  • family (areas of their lives where actions
    will be focused), such as
  • A place to live
  • Getting along as a family
  • Taking care of physical health needs
  • Taking care of behavioral health needs
  • Participating in cultural spiritual traditions
  • Safety
  • Being part of the community
  • Doing well in school /or work
  • Having friends
  • Having fun

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How is it completed?
  • Within each priority LD, identify with the
    child/youth family, Care Team members
  • The key goals of the child/youth family right
    now (as stated by the family) based on their
    vision of how things can be different in the
    future
  • Their strengths skills
  • Their unmet needs driving forces behind
    disruptions that stand in the way of achieving
    their goals
  • Their hopes desires about what they want to
    accomplish in RBS
  • Action steps that are agreed upon (utilizing
    strengths/skills to meet needs achieve goals)
  • What could go wrong, actions to address, a Plan
    B (Crisis PC Plan)
  • (CT Facilitators) document all on the CCP, attach
    relevant agency-specific plans
  • Have all Care Team member sign, provide them
    copies

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The CCP Planning Implementation Process
  • Initiate the Care Team
  • Complete the CCP (contd)
  • Within the Youth/Familys top 3-4 Life Domain
    Priorities
  • Youth/Family-Stated Goals
  • Strengths/Skills
  • Unmet Needs/Driving Forces
  • Actions to be Taken
  • Crisis Prev Care Component
  • (Reference attach specific agency service
    plans/orders)

Youth/Family referred for intervention
Engagement Process CM/Worker Family
RBS Enrollment Match Youth/Family Strengths
Needs with RBS Provider
  • RBS Comprehensive
  • Planning Process (within 30 days of enrollment)
  • Youth/Family
  • Key Stakeholders
  • RBS Care Team Leader Parent Partner

Comprehensive Assessment
Strengths Needs Conversation
The CCP defines coordinates the work of the
Care Team
Assessment (CANS, CAFAS)
  • Initiate the Care Team
  • Complete the CCP
  • Review S N Conversation, Assessment(s), History
    of Care (what worked/what didnt work,
  • Begin Family-Centered Exploration of
    Youth/Familys
  • Goals ( their vision of how they want things to
    be different in their lives)
  • Strengths skills
  • Critical unmet needs that are the driving forces
    behind disruptions that have occurred in their
    family relationships
  • Hopes desires about what they want to
    accomplish through their RBS participation
  • Explore/Select Best
  • Intervention Setting
  • Family-Based Support Services (_at_ Home)
  • Family-Based Services (Out-of-Home)
  • Residentially-Based Services
  • Locked Detention

The CCP is reviewed at each Care Team meeting
(monthly/more often as needed) , using the CCP
Progress Tracking Form
Team Decision Meeting
The Youth/Family members of their Care Team
change the CCP consistent with their evolving
goals, strengths needs
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LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1
What are the Child/Youth Familys Stated Goals? Which Strengths Skills will help meet these goals? Which Strengths Skills will help meet these goals? What unmet Needs or Concerns stand in the way of meeting these goals? What unmet Needs or Concerns stand in the way of meeting these goals? What Actions need to be taken to meet these goals? ACTION BY WHOM WHEN What Actions need to be taken to meet these goals? ACTION BY WHOM WHEN What Actions need to be taken to meet these goals? ACTION BY WHOM WHEN
Short Term Child/Youth Family Child/Youth Family



Long Term (6-18 mo)



Transition (18 mo. )



Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S)
COMMENTS COMMENTS COMMENTS COMMENTS COMMENTS COMMENTS COMMENTS COMMENTS


Goal what it would look like to be doing okay
in this domain of the child/youth family's
life, expressed from their perspective, in their
words reflecting their culture
preferences. This requires understanding the
driving forces behind disruptions in
relationships the behaviors associated with
those behaviors and/or events.

13
Crisis Prev Care Component
  • Tips On Crisis Planning
  • Be sure to ask the child/youth family what
    could go wrong during the implementation of the
    entire CCP. This is a first step in developing or
    revising the Crisis Prevention Care component.
    The child or youth family know best what can go
    wrong.
  • Always build a crisis component that "triages"
    for different levels of intensity severity of
    crisis events (prioritizing actions according to
    the seriousness of the condition or events).
    Small crises do not require the same response or
    reaction as more serious crises demand.
  • Build the crisis component for a 24-hour
    response. Crises seldom occur when it is
    convenient.
  • Always create a Plan B in case the people who
    were supposed to provide backup or intervention
    are not available when the crisis occurs, etc.
  • Always double check with the child or youth
    family each time the crisis component is updated
    - Will it work?

Patricia Miles (2007). Crisis Plans Setting
the Expectation for Unconditional Care
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Crisis Prev Care Component
CRISIS PREVENTION CARE COMPONENT CRISIS PREVENTION CARE COMPONENT CRISIS PREVENTION CARE COMPONENT CRISIS PREVENTION CARE COMPONENT CRISIS PREVENTION CARE COMPONENT
What crises are most likely to occur? What actions will be taken to prevent/avoid the crisis? What actions will be taken if the crisis occurs? Who will take the actions? What is PLAN B?








Patricia Miles (2007). Crisis Plans Setting
the Expectation for Unconditional Care
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Tracking Progress in the CCP
  • The CCP Progress Tracking Form is a tool to
    help children or youth families participating
    in Residentially Based Services (RBS), along with
    members of their care team (e.g., Family Support
    Team) assess how things are progressing, whats
    working whats not working in their
    Comprehensive Care Plan (CCP).

16
CCP Progress Tracking Form
  • Who completes it?
  • The individuals responsible for facilitating the
    Care Team, together with the child/youth family
    key stakeholders whose help is needed to help
    them achieve their desired goals.
  • When should it be used?
  • At every Care Team meeting

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How is it Completed?
  • The CT Facilitators review each Life Domain
    priority on the CCP, related goals action steps
    with the child or youth family other members
    of their Care Team to assess how well
    implementation of the CCP is going
  • Through a consensus process, indicate on the
    Tracking Form how the Team would rate the
    progress in meeting each goal within the Life
    Domain priority, using the 1-10 scale, with 1
    indicating not working and 10 representing
    total success . The care team should strive to
    agree upon a rating that is good enough to
    progress to a next goal, e.g., a 7
  • Always include a rating for the Crisis Care
    Prevention Component
  • Indicate the time frames that are being measured
    at the bottom of the Tracking Form chart, e.g.,
    monthly

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How is it Completed?
  • Once a few months of data are collected in terms
    of progress made, the Care Team can create a
    graph to illustrate progress of goals over time
  • The Comprehensive Care Plan the Tracking Form
    are interrelated. When it is time to focus on new
    goals and/or to select new Life Domain Priorities
    (according to the results of the Tracking Form),
    utilize the CCP template to reflect changes as
    needed to respond to the childs or youths
    familys changing strengths needs as they
    progress toward their stated goals
  • Indicate whether changes were made to the
    Comprehensive Care Plan as a result of the
    progress review the date of the CCP that
    reflects these changes, if made
  • Indicate the date, time location of the next
    Care Team meeting
  • Have every Care Team member sign the Tracking
    Form provide them with copies

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CCP Progress Tracking Grid
Life Domain Priority 1
Youth/Family Goal Youth/Family Goal Youth/Family Goal Youth/Family Goal Youth/Family Goal Youth/Family Goal Youth/Family Goal Youth/Family Goal Youth/Family Goal Youth/Family Goal
Action Steps Taken Action Steps Taken Action Steps Taken Action Steps Taken Action Steps Taken Action Steps Taken Action Steps Taken Action Steps Taken Action Steps Taken Action Steps Taken
Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal Measure Indicate below which number represents how well are things progressing to meet this Goal
Total success 10
9
8
Well enough 7
6
5
4
3
2
Not at all 1

Time Intervals A B C D E F G H I
John Franz, Getting from Hello to Help
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Will His Family
  • Sue Jordan is 32 years old, married to Joe Jordan
    the mother of three children, Britta (4), John
    (2), Will (13). Will was removed from his
    parents care at age 4 after it was found out
    that he was being left alone for long periods of
    time while his parents went out with friends.
    Since that time, Will has been in multiple foster
    homes residential treatment centers. Sue Joe
    continue to struggle with the guilt of neglecting
    Will during their wild years have hated to
    see him bouncing around in placements. At the
    same time their two young children both have
    disabilities, while things are far from
    perfect, they are functioning as a family doing
    okay.
  • Sue Joe are both avid readers take pride in
    the work they have done to understand how to meet
    Brittas Johns special needs. They have also
    tried to stay in Wills life the best they can,
    remembering to send him birthday holiday gifts
    that encourage his talent in drawing support
    his interests in music computers. Will
    treasures these gifts makes a special place in
    his room everywhere he lives to keep them in
    view. He also carries a backpack with him that
    has the treasures he hopes to put out some day
    when he has his own room in his own house. He is
    trying not to give up on that dream, but wonders
    if there is still a place for him in his family.

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Will His Family
  • Sue is finally pursuing one of her life dreams,
    going after a Med Tech degree at the local
    college. Joe, who had lived on the road playing
    for a minor league ball team (pursuing his dream
    to play in the major leagues), took a job in town
    a little over a year ago to help more with the
    kids so that Sue could attend classes. However,
    Joe was laid off three months ago. The family is
    now having a tough time making ends meet
    financially, because Joe has not been able to
    find another job.
  • Sue Joe are just not sure that they can take
    care of Will, especially given their current
    financial situation the behaviors Will has
    developed. They decided to try a couple of home
    visits last month to see how things went. They
    did not go well. Will refused to go along with
    his parents instructions threw violent
    tantrums Sue is worried that he might hurt
    Britta and John. She called the police twice
    because of the tantrums and an action in juvenile
    court is pending. Will came back to the
    residential facility feeling pretty angry
    hopeless, telling staff that he just wants to be
    emancipated when he is 16, just like his older
    friend in the last foster home.
  • Last week, a staff member from the residential
    facility phoned Sue Joe to let them know about
    a new option that might help their family, called
    RBS. It all sounded pretty complicated, but Sue
    Joe agreed to meet with the staff to find out
    more.

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Info from Strengths/Needs Chat
  • Will
  • Has begun to make friends in the RTC
  • Has a strong connection with a former foster
    mother they talk by phone
  • Just had a display of his drawings in the
    cafeteria during Art Week
  • Likes to write is a quick learner, especially
    when he can use a computer
  • Hits first, asks questions later, but will talk
    it out if given a chance
  • Will take what he wants when frustrated
  • Was recently diagnosed with Bi-Polar Disorder
    is worried about what that means
  • Is doing okay in small structured class
  • Sue
  • Is committed to finding a way to balance family
    school
  • Is willing to keep trying to find a way to keep
    Will in the family
  • Is overwhelmed, gets frustrated
  • Has close friends in the neighborhood
  • Is involved in her Church
  • Wants to become more skilled using the computer
    for her school work
  • Joe
  • Put his dream aside so Sue could pursue hers is
    committed to finding another job
  • Is willing to consider options that could help
    Will be with the family again

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Findings from the CANS
  • Strengths that can be further developed
  • Interpersonal
  • Educational
  • Talent/Interests
  • Strengths that must be built
  • Family
  • Relationship/Permanence
  • Vocational
  • Well-being

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Findings from the CANS
  • Mild degree of need or watchful waiting to see if
    need develops
  • Family Functioning
  • School Achievement
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Adjustment to Trauma
  • Temporal Consistency of Mental Health Problems
  • Abuse History
  • Social Behavior
  • Seriousness of Criminal Behavior
  • Urgency of Care Management
  • Supervision
  • Organization

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Findings from the CANS
  •  Moderate need and need for action
  • Permanency
  • Psychotic Symptoms
  • Attention Deficit/Impulse Control
  • Anger Control
  • Oppositional Behavior
  • Violence
  • Monitoring
  • Treatment Intensity
  • Service Permanence
  • Family Involvement w/Care
  • Family Knowledge
  • Family Resources

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Will Familys Care Team
Name Signature Relationship/Agency/Organization Phone Email
Will Jordan Will Jordan Myself!! WillCoLater_at_ hotmail.com
Sue Jordan Sue Jordan Wills mother SJ 201_at_yahoo.com
Joe Jordan Joe Jordan Wills father JoeJ_at_gmail.com
Dan Bennet Dan Bennet Care Team Coordinator DBennet_at_RBSconnect. com
Cheryl Gates Cheryl Gates Parent Partner CGates_at_RBSconnect.com
Abby Lowe Abby Lowe RBS Program Team/Therapist ALowe_at_RBSconnect.com
Sally Holt Sally Holt Friend neighbor SallyGo_at_gmail.com
Henry Lamont Henry Lamont Teacher coach HLamont_at_RBSconnect.com
Edith Mann Edith Mann Wills former Foster Parent EM2002_at_gmail.com
Susan Houston Susan Houston Juvenile Court Counselor shouston_at_jjcourts.com
Jim Roth Jim Roth Child Welfare Case Worker jroth_at_sdss.com
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LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence)
What are the child/youth familys stated Goals? Which Strengths Skills will help meet these goals? Which Strengths Skills will help meet these goals? What unmet Needs or Concerns stand in the way of meeting these goals? What unmet Needs or Concerns stand in the way of meeting these goals? What Actions need to be taken to meet these goals? ACTION BY WHOM WHEN What Actions need to be taken to meet these goals? ACTION BY WHOM WHEN What Actions need to be taken to meet these goals? ACTION BY WHOM WHEN
Short Term Child/Youth Family Child/Youth Family
To feel like its really possible to fit in with my family not blow it by getting upset (W) When upset will talk it out if given a chance Is willing to consider options that could help Will be with the family again Driving forces loneliness, fear of never finding a family to love be loved by, fear of abandonment.. Need for hope. Assessment support via family visits in RBS facility Phone support by Ws former FP Support Will in writing a self-portrait about his dreams for the future to share w/Family Dan J/lead, w/RBS site team Cheryl G. Edith M. Abby H, Jim R (See attached CWCP for further detail) Saturday 9/12 9/26 Weekly, beginning 9/3 Beginning 9/10
Get to know W again as a person let him know we love him (SJ) Enjoys using computer, wants to be close to his family Driving forces - fear about ability to keep the family together safely Guilt about abandoning W Overwhelmed about parenting. Need for hope. Assessment support via family visits in RBS facility Phone support by Ws former FP Support Will in writing a self-portrait about his dreams for the future to share w/Family Dan J/lead, w/RBS site team Cheryl G. Edith M. Abby H, Jim R (See attached CWCP for further detail) Saturday 9/12 9/26 Weekly, beginning 9/3 Beginning 9/10
Have enough money to keep our home take care of our children meet their special needs (S J) Commitment to finding a way to balance family and school (S) Follow all leads on job possibilities (J) Continue reading about best ways to help our children (JS) Joes concern that he wont be able to support his family Sues need to balance home, children school Concern about Ws diagnosis what it means he needs (SJ) Educational sessions w/family about Ws dx Facilitate connection to new community Recession-Proof Financial Support program Dan J/lead w/RBS site team Cheryl G. 9/12 9/22

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LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence) LIFE AREA/DOMAIN PRIORITY 1 A place to live get along with family (Residence, Family, Permanence)
What are the child/youth familys stated Goals? Which Strengths Skills will help meet these goals? Which Strengths Skills will help meet these goals? What unmet Needs or Concerns stand in the way of meeting these goals? What unmet Needs or Concerns stand in the way of meeting these goals? What Actions need to be taken to meet these goals? ACTION BY WHOM WHEN What Actions need to be taken to meet these goals? ACTION BY WHOM WHEN What Actions need to be taken to meet these goals? ACTION BY WHOM WHEN
Long Term (6-12 mo) Child/Youth Family Child/Youth Family
To feel confident as parents of a teenager (SJ) Hx of reaching out to learn how to help the children More practical information about how to do this everyday Facilitate connection to Parents of Teens community group Dan J Cheryl G. By2/1/10
To feel like I can have my own room in my own house stop worrying about moving all the time (W) Keeps gifts cards from family to go into his room Loves to draw Confidence that his room is there for him and is a part of him a part of the family home Support Will in creating new drawings for his room Redecorate Wills room Sue, Joe, Sally Will, Sue, Joe, Sally By 2/1/10 Beginning 2/15/09
Transition (18 mo) Transition (18 mo) Transition (18 mo) Transition (18 mo) Transition (18 mo) Transition (18 mo) Transition (18 mo) Transition (18 mo)
Staying together getting along as a family (W, S, J)
Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Child Welfare Case Plan Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Child Welfare Case Plan Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Child Welfare Case Plan Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Child Welfare Case Plan Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Child Welfare Case Plan Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Child Welfare Case Plan Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Child Welfare Case Plan Note other documents that provide further detail (CWCP, IEP, etc.) here attach. RELATED DOCUMENT(S) Child Welfare Case Plan

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Tracking Progress
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Testing the CCP in Sacramento
  • Creates a "standardized" centerpiece for a
    coordinated care planning approach for RBS
    providers and county case managers
  • Provides a solid foundation for family focused,
    strength-based, individualized care plan
    development
  • Ensures the case planning process is inclusive,
    overarching and coordinates the efforts and
    requirements of all key stakeholders
  • Serves as a great communication tool and provides
    the opportunity for the Care Team to create a
    shared vision for care and outcomes
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