A Simulated Permanency Teaming Process: Rudy's Story

Posted February 12, 2013
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Blog A Simulated Permanency Teaming Process 2013

A Sim­u­lat­ed Per­ma­nen­cy Team­ing Process: Rudy’s Story

This video series is an inside look at the crit­i­cal steps in the Per­ma­nen­cy Team­ing com­po­nent of the Life­long Fam­i­lies Mod­el. Through strate­gic, per­ma­nen­cy-focused case­work and the use of indi­vid­ual, joint and large team meet­ings, view­ers will learn how a per­ma­nen­cy team address­es Rudy’s need for fam­i­ly. The video illus­trates the many voic­es that are brought togeth­er in devel­op­ing a plan with Rudy for permanence.

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This video is pre­sent­ed in nine chapters:

1. Back­ground

2. Per­ma­nen­cy Team­ing Facil­i­ta­tor, State Social Work­er and State Supervisor

3. Per­ma­nen­cy Team Facil­i­ta­tor and Youth

4. Per­ma­nen­cy Team Facil­i­ta­tor and Fos­ter Parents

5. Per­ma­nen­cy Team Facil­i­ta­tor and Birth Fam­i­ly Member

6. Per­ma­nen­cy Team Facil­i­ta­tor and Attorney

7. Joint Meet­ing with Team Facil­i­ta­tor, Youth and Fos­ter Parents

8. Joint Meet­ing with Facil­i­ta­tor, Birth Fam­i­ly Mem­ber and Fos­ter Parents

9. Large Team Meeting

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