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Safety Methodology

An overview of Florida’s Practice ModelFlorida Department of Children and Families

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Vision and core tenets of Florida’s practice model remain

Protect the vulnerable, promote strong families, and advance family resiliency.

PARTNER

GATHER INFORMATION

ASSESS & UNDERSTAND

PLAN FOR CHILD SAFETY

PLAN FOR FAMILY CHANGE

MONITOR & ADAPT

ENGAGE

Our Practices

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Family-centered, trauma-informed

PARTNER

GATHER INFORMATION

ASSESS & UNDERSTAND

PLAN FOR CHILD SAFETY

PLAN FOR FAMILY CHANGE

MONITOR & ADAPT

ENGAGE

FAMILY CENTERED PRACTICE

TRAUMA INFORMED CARE

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Safety Methodology Goals

Improved safety decision making

Reduced re-abuse and repeat investigations Policy and technology improvements for efficiencyProfessionalized and stable work forceStatewide consistent child welfare practicesHigher quality casework and better outcomes for children and families

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Think differently — Practice differently

think differently.

ABOUT CHILD SAFETY

New safety threat definitionsNew assessments focused on present and impending dangerNew definitions for a safe and unsafe childMore guidance for assessing caregiver protective capacitiesNew decision support tools to assess safety and classify risk

practice differently.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT

With e-learning modules, classroom instruction, coaching activities about … Information gathering and analysisSolution driven interviewsMobilizing family resources and networksEngaging community expertiseUsing interventions specific to caregiver protective capacities

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Safety Methodology (1 of 6)

Intake through closure

INFORMATION DOMAINS: Making good decisions about safety begins with gathering sufficient information using the following six standardized information domains throughout the life of a case.

Nature and Extent of the Maltreatment 4) Adult Functioning 2) Circumstances that Accompany the Maltreatment 5) General Parenting Practices 3) Child Functioning 6) Discipline and Behavior Management

SUFFICIENT INFORMATION is gathered and used during all phases of child welfare to determine if:1) There are threats of danger to a child’s safety.2) The child is vulnerable to those threats.3) The parent(s) possess sufficient protective capacities to manage identified threats to child safety.

SAFE CHILDREN

RISK ASSESSMENT SCORE

If at the completion of the investigation process the child is determined to be safe . . . The family may be referred for voluntary Family Support Services or other community resources for an array of prevention and diversion services for safe children.

UNSAFE CHILDREN

The child protective investigator develops a safety plan in collaboration with the family and their support network to maintain the child safely in the home or temporarily place child out of the home. Case management services provide: On-going safety plan monitoring and management.To collaboratively develop a family assessment and case plan to improve parental protective capacities.To return children to parent(s)’ care when an in-home safety plan is feasible and sustainable. To provide for the care, safety, and protection of children in an environment that fosters healthy social, emotional, intellectual and physical development and promotes the safety, health and well-being of all children under the state’s care. To achieve another permanency option for children who cannot be reunified.

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Safety Methodology (2 of 6)

Intake through closure

INFORMATION DOMAINS: Making good decisions about safety begins with gathering sufficient information using the following six standardized information domains throughout the life of a case.

Nature and Extent of the Maltreatment 4) Adult Functioning 2) Circumstances that Accompany the Maltreatment 5) General Parenting Practices 3) Child Functioning 6) Discipline and Behavior Management

INFORMATION SUFFICIENCY

ACCURATE ASSESSMENTS

CASE PLANS TO IMPROVE

PROTECTIVE CAPACITIES

SOUND SAFETY DECISIONS

MANAGE SAFETY THREATS

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Safety (3 of 6)

Intake through closure

INFORMATION DOMAINS: Making good decisions about safety begins with gathering sufficient information using the following six standardized information domains throughout the life of a case.

Nature and Extent of the Maltreatment 4) Adult Functioning 2) Circumstances that Accompany the Maltreatment 5) General Parenting Practices 3) Child Functioning 6) Discipline and Behavior Management

SUFFICIENT INFORMATION is gathered and used during all phases of child welfare to determine if:1) There are threats of danger to a child’s safety.2) The child is vulnerable to those threats.3) The parent(s) possess sufficient protective capacities to manage identified threats to child safety.

SAFE CHILDREN

RISK ASSESSMENT SCORE

If at the completion of the investigation process the child is determined to be safe . . . The family may be referred for voluntary Family Support Services or other community resources for an array of prevention and diversion services for safe children.

UNSAFE CHILDREN

The child protective investigator develops a safety plan in collaboration with the family and their support network to maintain the child safely in the home or temporarily place child out of the home. Case management services provide: On-going safety plan monitoring and management.To collaboratively develop a family assessment and case plan to improve parental protective capacities.To return children to parent(s)’ care when an in-home safety plan is feasible and sustainable. To provide for the care, safety, and protection of children in an environment that fosters healthy social, emotional, intellectual and physical development and promotes the safety, health and well-being of all children under the state’s care. To achieve another permanency option for children who cannot be reunified.

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Safety Methodology (4 of 6)

Intake through closure

INFORMATION DOMAINS: Making good decisions about safety begins with gathering sufficient information using the following six standardized information domains throughout the life of a case.

Nature and Extent of the Maltreatment 4) Adult Functioning 2) Circumstances that Accompany the Maltreatment 5) General Parenting Practices 3) Child Functioning 6) Discipline and Behavior Management

SUFFICIENT INFORMATION is gathered and used during all phases of child welfare to determine if:1) There are threats of danger to a child’s safety.2) The child is vulnerable to those threats.3) The parent(s) possess sufficient protective capacities to manage identified threats to child safety.

SAFE CHILDREN

UNSAFE CHILDREN

IS THE CHILD CURRENTLY SAFE IN THIS HOME?

INFORMATION DOMAINS: Making good decisions about safety begins with gathering sufficient information using the following six standardized information domains throughout the life of a case.

Nature and Extent of the Maltreatment 4) Adult Functioning 2) Circumstances that Accompany the Maltreatment 5) General Parenting Practices 3) Child Functioning 6) Discipline and Behavior

Management

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Safety Methodology (5 of 6)

Intake through closure

INFORMATION DOMAINS: Making good decisions about safety begins with gathering sufficient information using the following six standardized information domains throughout the life of a case.

Nature and Extent of the Maltreatment 4) Adult Functioning 2) Circumstances that Accompany the Maltreatment 5) General Parenting Practices 3) Child Functioning 6) Discipline and Behavior Management

SUFFICIENT INFORMATION is gathered and used during all phases of child welfare to determine if:

1) There are threats of danger to a child’s safety.2) The child is vulnerable to those threats.3) The parent(s) possess sufficient protective capacities to manage identified threats to child safety.

SAFE CHILDREN

RISK ASSESSMENT SCORE

If at the completion of the investigation process the child is determined to be safe . . . The family may be referred for voluntary Family Support Services or other community resources for an array of prevention and diversion services for safe children.

UNSAFE CHILDREN

The child protective investigator develops a safety plan in collaboration with the family and their support network to maintain the child safely in the home or temporarily place child out of the home. Case management services provide: On-going safety plan monitoring and management.To collaboratively develop a family assessment and case plan to improve parental protective capacities.To return children to parent(s)’ care when an in-home safety plan is feasible and sustainable. To provide for the care, safety, and protection of children in an environment that fosters healthy social, emotional, intellectual and physical development and promotes the safety, health and well-being of all children under the state’s care. To achieve another permanency option for children who cannot be reunified.

CPIs

: More robust assessment information

CMs: Enhanced focus on safety management

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families

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Safety Methodology (6 of 6)

Intake through closure

CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

SAFE CHILDREN

RISK ASSESSMENT SCORE

If at the completion of the investigation process the child is determined to be safe . . . The family may be referred for voluntary Family Support Services or other community resources for an array of prevention and diversion services for safe children.

UNSAFE

CHILDRENPresent/Impending Dangers

Copyright 2013 Florida Department of Children & Families


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