Thursday, July 16, 2015

Upcoming Forensic Interview Trainings for the Child Protective AGENCY?

 More than likely many may ask "Why in the Heck are you sharing the Training Offered by the Child Protective AGENCY and Related Cohorts to STOP CHILD ABUSE

The reason has been and always will be:
Were is the Training for those that need to Defend Themselves???????????, our Avatar to represent those, who also need training is Parent Waldo.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
See the Plan>>

Gundersen NCPTC  
Forensic Interview Trainings   
Forensic Interview Trainings by Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center

Whether you are looking for basic forensic interview training, training on advanced issues and challenges, or education on conducting interviews with children who may not succeed in a standard, single interview, Gundersen NCPTC has the resources to fit your needs.

November 16-20 
Bentonville, AR

Register by August 7 and save $100!
Enter promo code INTERVIEWER to apply discount.
What if?........

Support the families you serve with this resource of "What If?" games designed to help children and teenagers think about how to handle uncomfortable or dangerous situations.

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We do welcome many that have joined the efforts for:
"Our Families, Our Children, Our Future
However, where were the many when a few were making every effort to stop our adjust the many amendments to CAPTA & Related Acts for Families and Children??

Historical Reference:
Congress passed the Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act.The Adoption Assistance Act requires, in part, that states receiving federal monies under the Act>> make 
 “reasonable efforts” to prevent the removal of children from their homes and, whenever possible, to reunify children placed in foster care with their families.
Congress passed the Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA),2 which modifies the reasonable efforts requirement by allowing exceptions to the requirement in certain situations and by using the same term reasonable efforts
to describe a new child welfare agency requirement to find permanent  homes for children.
“Reasonable efforts” has been one of the most hotly debated and confusing issues in the field of child welfare over the past two decades.

Think about it
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Nuff Said, yes?



  • National Coordinator of the Family Survey Program
    When One Deals with the Child Protective AGENCY