Document Tag: Overview/Summary
This document introduces a training toolkit that provides an overview for providers on how to work with children and families who are living with intellectual and development disabilities who have experienced trauma.
This issue of IMPACT focuses on the multifaceted role of data in improving the quality of care for children who have experienced trauma and shares experiences of using data and evaluation initiatives to transform the delivery of services, improve staff training, and raise awareness.
This document is an informative infographic for recognizing the signs of child traumatic stress.
This document provides general information on a manualized, trauma-focused, skill-building intervention called Strengthening Family Coping Resources.
This infographic summarizes an article on child welfare trauma-informed screening approaches in county-administered child welfare systems across California and provides implementation considerations for future trauma-informed care efforts.
This issue of Practice Notes addresses the wide-ranging tasks of supervision with a selection of articles that include: Q & A: Broad Landscape of Supervision—Commentary from the Field; Documentation: The Supervisor is the Link to Accuracy Supervision and the Beginning Worker; Cultural Competency and Group Supervision; Best Practices: Reflective Supervision and Supervisor as Change Agent; …
This issue of Practice Notes highlights supervisory practices that can develop staff and improve their satisfaction and performance; and shows the parallel process between what supervisors ask workers to do with families, and what in turn supervisors need to provide for their workers.
This two-page guide outlines how to structure and construct an outcome report when sharing the results of evaluation activities, to help build greater public understanding and support for family support/child abuse prevention services.
This paper highlights the benefits public agencies may see from partnering with family-support organizations and other nonprofit partners.