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1 Children’s Research Center A nonprofit social research organization and division of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency www.nccdglobal.org Integrated Safety-Organized Practice Module Twelve: Summary and Looking to the Future
2 Steve Edwards Andrew Turnell …and we hope YOU will continue to build on these ideas and approaches. Sonja Parker CRC Staff Insoo Kim Berg Steve de Shazer Our Thinking Draws From the Legacy of Others Rob Sawyer Sue Lohrbach Carver County John Vogel Sophia Chin Heather Meitner Nicki Weld Susie Essex
3 Safety-Organized Practice Safety is: Actions of protection taken by the caregiver that mitigate the danger demonstrated over time. Adapted from Boffa, J., and Podesta, H. (2004) Partnership and risk assessment in child protection practice, Protecting Children, 19(2): 36–48. Turnell, Andrew & Susie Essex Working with Denied Child Abuse, Open University Press, 2006.
4 Agreements “Try on.” Everyone always has the right to pass. Know that silence is a contribution. We agree to share airtime and stick to time limits. We agree to speak personally, for ourselves as individuals. We agree to disagree and avoid making assumptions or generalities. We agree to allow others to finish speaking before we speak, and avoid interrupting and side conversations. We will all work together to hold to these agreements and authorize the trainer to hold us to them.
6 Let’s review and reflect! What have you tried from last month’s module? What worked well? What were your challenges? How did you handle those challenges?
7 1.“Pulling it all together” exercise 2.Reflection: A piece of work of which we are proud 3.Reflection: What did we learn from the modules? 4.Closing video What are we going to cover today?
8 Pulling It All Together Sonja Parker’s Closing Exercise
9 First phone call – start of case Grab a sign representing a practice element End of Case – Case Closure or Permanency Stand where you would fit along the continuum It’s OK to move back and forth Who might you link with? Let’s have some fun!
10 Remember This Slide? Safety Assessment Risk Assessment FSNA Reunification Assessment Safety-Organized Practice Principles Solution-Focused Interviewing, Mapping, Three Houses, Danger Statements, Goal Statements, Expanding Networks, Safety Planning Is the child safe right now? How likely is it that this family will come back to our attention? What may get in the way of future safety? Can the child go home?
11 Reflection: What did we learn from the modules?
15 Reflection: A Piece of Work of Which We Are Proud
16 Thinking about your work … 1.What’s one part of your work right now that really excites you? 2.What’s one new thing you are learning? 3.What is one way your organization is changing as a result of Safety-Organized Practice? 4.What is one hope you have for the future in your organization? World Café!
17 Stories from the Field Let’s watch some videos of social workers talking about the work they have done right here in our county!
21 Thank You! San Diego County Leesa Rosenberg Becki DeBont Becky Kennedy Elyce Hoene Samantha Anderson Laurie Horton Amanda Wilkins Lillian Asoera Nicole Diamond Pamela Hurd Bill James Connie Cain Linda Schulte Amy Donarico Fatimah Abdullah Lerone Jenkins Eileen George Sarah Kneeland Lillian Nguyen Madaline Garcia Debbie Hernandez Henry Tuyay Lynna McPhatter Kimberly Giardina Dawn Schoonhoven Nicole Kelsay Manitoba – General Authority Kathy Kristjanson Diva Faria Chris Chimuk Karen McDonald Cathie Hamm Nancy Hunter Thomas Ens (Dr. D) Bev Pion Cindy Audette Lisa Schmidt
22 Final Course Evaluation Please complete the Post-Course evaluation. You might remember completing the Pre-Course evaluation during Module 1. It’s important for us to get your feedback and to learn about what you learned so we can continue to improve this training program. Thank You!