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NEWEST  TRAINING

  • Autism Spectrum: 15 Behavior Strategies for Children (2 Hrs)
  • Trauma Informed Care Training (2 Hrs) With Test
  • Psychotropic Medication Training (2 Hrs) With Test
  • Transitioning from Fostercare ( .25 Hr)
  • What’s Going On In There?
    Understanding the Adolescent Brain and Its Implication for Young People ( 1 Hr)
  • Trauma-Informed Practice With Young People in Foster Care ( 1 Hr)
  • Social Capital: Building Quality Networks for Young People in Foster Care ( 1 Hr)
  • Promoting Development of Resilience Among Young People in Foster Care ( 1 Hr)
  • Preparing and Supporting Foster Parents Who Adopt (2 Hrs)
  • Brain Frames:  Five Half-Hour Adolescent Brain Science Topics
  • The Road to Adulthood – Aligning Child Welfare Practice With Adolescent Brain Development:  5 Hrs 
  • The Role of Professional Child Care Providers in Preventing and Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect:  4 Hrs
  • Child Neglect: A Guide for Prevention, Assessment and Intervention:  4 Hrs
  • Youth Justice – Transferring Youth Offenders to Adult Courts: 3 Hrs
  • Trauma-Informed Care Training – [2 Hrs Training Credit, Plus Certificate of Completion]
  • Medicaid and Children in Foster Care – [2 Hrs Training Credit]
  • The First Eight Years – [2 Hrs Training Credit]
  • Mandated  Reporter  Certificate  [6-Hrs Training Credit]  Foster Parents are Mandated (Required by Law!) to Report Suspected Child Abuse.     (See “Training Topics Offered” or “TRAINING LOGIN” in Menu above.)
  • Youth & Credit [4 Hrs Training Credit] –  2013 Federal Mandate Requires Annual Credit Report for All Youth 16 & Older in Foster Care
  • E-Learning Modules:
    • Adolescent Development [ 1Hr Training Credit]
    • Fatherhood [ 1 Hr Training Credit]
    • Talking with Teens About Reproductive Health [ 30 Mins Training Credit]

Accurately Track & Record a Child’s Daily Medications for One Month
.5 Hr Training Credit – If you’re a member!

FREE DOWNLOAD – 2-wk Daily Behavior Assessment Form *
Objectively Track & Record a Child’s Social & School Behaviors Over 2 Weeks
.5 Hr Training Credit – If you’re a member!
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Advocacy Training for Foster Parents = [2 to 4 Hrs Training Credit]

Advocate:
noun: a person who speaks or writes in support or defense of a person
an advocate of for foster youth.

verb: to act as an advocate
a foster parent who advocates for their foster child.

As a foster parent, you’re already an advocate advocating for your foster child or youth.

After a child or youth has been in placement for awhile, no one knows that child better than you! As their foster parent, you have the right, duty and responsibility to speak up or “advocate” for that child.

This training provides the guidance to successfully advocate with case workers, therapists, medical staff, schools, court, families, etc.

Availability of this Advocacy Training topic: Coming Soon

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