course »Title 22 – Understanding Client Rights

Date: 3/2/2016, 6:00 pm—9:00 pm
County: Alameda County
Location: Alameda
Sponsor: Alternative Family Services (AFS)
Phone: (916) 254-5200
The Presenter will review Title 22 Regulations – Personal Rights. While caring for youth in foster care social workers and foster parents are responsible for making sure the well-being, health and education needs are meet. The most common deficiencies will be identified and examples will be reviewed. Presenter will review Community Care Licensing standard, expectations of the social worker and foster parents when working with foster youth.

Objectives:
  1. Participants will use sample client right violations to apply how it may impact a foster home. Understanding how to maintain compliance through understanding, communication and consistency in the foster home. How to effectively create and implement house rule when working with youth in care.
  2. Presenter will promote discussion on day to day challenges of working with youth in foster care. Group will discuss challenges of working with youth with the following, such as disruptive behavior, defiance, mental health issues and their impact on the family.
  3. Participants will receive a better understanding of how to comply with and meet all of the noted client rights through Title 22 Regulation.