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To ensure a significant improvement in service delivery to children and their families, and specifically to the successful reintegration of children from residential care into families and communities, a case management approach, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and tools were required to support state and non-state service providers to standardize the way they promoted family care. This short insight document describes how the case management package was developed and rolled out.
This U.S.-based mixed-methods study explored foster parent satisfaction with intent to turnover and disrupt placement in 362 foster parents through regression analyses. It included foster parents in six mid-Southwestern states who participated in an online survey between June 2021 and January 2022.
This mixed-methods study included foster parents in six mid-Southwestern states in the U.S. foster parents serve a critical role in the child welfare system; however, many report being dissatisfied with their role. As such, dissatisfied foster parents are at risk of disruption and turnover, ultimately resulting in placement moves for youth in care. Placement moves have negative impacts on youth well-being, prompting a need to explore issues related to placement longevity related to foster parent satisfaction.
This ECDAN webinar discussed the current state of parenting support in crisis, efforts to deliver parenting interventions, and recommendations for delivery.
La Guía para facilitadores de “Educando en Familia” es una guía realizada por “Cambiando La Forma en que Cuidamos Guatemala” y está basada en la metodología de Educando en Familia de la Secretaría de Bienestar Social de la Presidencia de la Republica de Guatemala, la guía proporciona herramientas, dinámicas y técnicas para trabajar el programa con grupos de padres, madres y cuidadores; la guía está dirigida a las personas que facilitan el programa o que están certificados para replicarlo por SBS.
Positive parenting programs are an important part of this package and are provided together with training in household finance, access to household economic strengthening opportunities, and referrals to other critical services such as child protection and disability support and helping families under stress feel supported and part of their local community. This brief describes the program and interventions.
Families Together is a positive parenting program for use with families at risk of separation and families undergoing reintegration of children from residential care.
This CTWWC brief describes the family strengthening approach and the people who work with families and children. It shares reflections from facilitators of parenting sessions and the caregivers, themselves.
This guide is part of the Families Together parenting curriculum for families who have a child reintegrating into the home.
This facilitator’s manual provides the detailed content for each session and should only be delivered by trained facilitators. For more information contact CTWWC through email@example.com or by SMS on 21437