FAMILY CENTERED PRACTICE BASICS
Location: Braxton County DHHR-Flatwoods, WV
Dates listed below…
|Register Online Only At:
|August 11, 2016
|September 15, 2016
|October 13, 2016
|November 17, 2016
|December 15, 2016
Family Centered Practice Basics is designed for ALL EMPLOYEES of child and youth-serving agencies and systems, as well as interested family/youth representatives of those agencies (such as. foster parents, advisory board members, etc.).
Participants will learn how Family Centered concepts apply to their practice whatever their role in their agency or system, as well as to policies and programs to improve service to families. Participants will come up with several behavioral changes they can immediately apply to their day to day work.
- Explain what “Family-Centered Practice” means and identify practices that are family-centered
- Explain the definition of “family” from a family perspective
- Identify and give examples of the nine key elements of family-centered practice
- Identify what changes need to occur within individual practices, communities and agencies to move towards a more family-centered approach to service delivery
This training is approved for Continuing Education Units in Social Work.
This free training is made possible by the WV System of Care partnership
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NOTES: This training has been approved for Social Work CEUs only.
This is the prerequisite training for the Family Youth Engagement Skills Training (FYES). You must have this training prior to taking FYES.
These will be the only training for Family Centered Practice Basics for the rest of this year! So if you haven’t had this training, now is the time!
These training sessions fill up very quickly, so register as soon as you can.
Please feel free to pass this information along to anyone that may be interested including the families you may work with.