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CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet - Home | OCFS

CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet - Home | OCFS

CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet The Complete Guide to Progress Notes . 2 Accessing the Progress Notes Window Progress Notes are recorded in INV, FAR, and FSS stages. The Progress Notes window can be accessed through the My Workload tab, a Task To-Do, or by using a Specialty Path. Your ability to access, view, and maintain Progress Notes, as well as the path you use, depends on your role in the stage and ...

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CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet - Home | OCFS

CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet - Home | OCFS

1 CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet Progress Notes: Successfully Documenting Casework Contacts with Children in Foster Care Revised March 2016 The federal Child and Family Services Improvement Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-288), which was signed into law on September 28, 2006, includes requirements for caseworker visits with children in foster care.

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CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet Progress Notes: Create and Modify

CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet Progress Notes: Create and Modify

CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet 1. Select a CPS Investigation stage (INV) or Family Services stage (FSS) from your workload. Creating a Progress Note 2. Select the Progress Notes link on the NAVIGATION PANE, • In an Inv stage, the Child Protective Record Summary (CPRS) window displays with the Progress Notes tab active.

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CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet otes: Documenting

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CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet P r o g res s N otes: Successfully Documenting Casework Contacts with Children in Foster Care rev. July 2009. The federal Child and Family Services Improvement Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-288), which was signed into law on September 28, 2006, includes requirements . for caseworker visits with children in foster care. The law requires that a casework contact be made with ...

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CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet - Government of New York

CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet - Government of New York

Progress note saved as Final, an approved FASP or Home Study, or other uncorrectable narrative section in CONNECTIONS), and the retention and subsequent re - disclosure of the information is contrary to OCFS policy and would violate Federal or State confidentiality laws,

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Connecting with Families

Connecting with Families

With children learning at home, our connections with families are so important. These tips will help you be focused and responsive during those calls or virtual meetings. Opening “How is everyone?” “How are you?” Validate challenges “Sounds like it’s been an exhausting week.” Invite the family to share one high point and one low point since the last conversation. Check in Ask ...

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CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet: Managing Missing Casework Contacts ...

CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet: Managing Missing Casework Contacts ...

CONNECTIONS Tip Sheet Managing Missing Casework Contacts New York State regulations require that monthly casework contacts be completed for all children in foster care under the age of 21, including those in trial discharge status. In order for your contact with a foster child to be regarded as a casework contact, it is necessary for each contact to be recorded in a separate progress note ...

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RR Tip Sheet: •Needs Assessment •ESP/EWP Other: ... •Roots and Connections Resource identification •Identify resources, curriculum, and/or materials that can be used to meet the learners’ needs. RR Tip Sheets: •Key Resources • Working with ESL Literacy Learners • ESP/EWP Staff and volunteer development •Plan training opportunities for staff and volunteers. RR Workshops ...

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This tip sheet offers advice on communication strategies before, during and after the agency’s public engagement effort. Before the Agency Begins a Public Engagement Effort: Understand the Audiences In order to effectively communicate about a public process or program, the starting point is to understand who the agency seeks to engage. Identify key audiences and stakeholders. What are their ...

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Communications and Civic Engagement

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This tip sheet is a service of the Institute for Local Government (ILG) whose mission is to promote good government at the local level with practical, impartial and easy-to-use resources for California communities. ILG is the nonprofit 501(c)(3) research and education affiliate of the League of

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Making Family Connections - University of Montana

Making Family Connections - University of Montana

Child Care plus+: The Center on Inclusion in Early Childhood Tip Sheet #17 Funded by Montana Inclusion Coordination and Services Project, Montana Department of Health and Human Services January 2008 May be reproduced without permission. 1-800-235-4122 Making Family Connections Early childhood professionals talk with parents about all kinds of ...

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