The Path to Permanency. Melissa D. Carter Committee on Justice for Children Parent Attorney Conference May 8-9, 2007. The movement to a outcome based system means that child welfare professionals must find ways to incorporate their good clinical skills with a outcomes management approach.
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Melissa D. Carter
Committee on Justice for Children
Parent Attorney Conference
May 8-9, 2007
This training will focus on achieving timely permanency.
OUTCOME: The final result you are trying to achieve (or that was achieved)
Example: Finalized Adoption
OBJECTIVE: A required or recommended interim goal toward the achievement of the desired outcome.
Example: Termination of parental rights
ACTION STEP: Plans, conversations, reports, court appearances and decisions that are undertaken to achieve objectives.
Example: Diligent search for parents
All of the above PLUS:
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