Conducting Purposeful Visits with Elementary School Children
Course Learning Objectives
After completing this training, you will be able to:
- Recognize the relationship between purposeful visits and safety, well-being, and permanency.
- Describe the special considerations for visits with elementary school children with case plans.
- List the four steps of a quality visit.
- Identify interview strategies and activities that will encourage an elementary school child to more fully share information.
- Practice documenting a visit using a sample case scenario.
schedule 2 Hours
star_outline 0.20 CEUs
computer 1 year unlimited access
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face Early childhood training approval
Our series on conducting purposeful visits will help you understand and value the practice of conducting regular and purposeful case manager visits to ensure the safety, permanency and well-being of children who are in out-of-home care.
This training will help you make the most of your purposeful visits with elementary school children. By working to form relationships with children and building your interview skills, you ensure that each visit engages the child and contributes to achieving safety, permanency, and well-being.
This course focuses on developmental milestones and interview strategies for young children beginning school, roughly ages seven to nine. There are also courses available for toddlers and preschoolers and for teens.This course is not eligible for Bright from the Start (Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning) training hours.This course has been approved by the National Association of Social Work, Georgia Chapter (NASW-GA), for a total of 2 core continuing education clock hours for social work licensing purposes.Not all courses are approved for early care and education in every state. Please check State and CEU Approvals page for details.