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Keeping up with neuroscience: Trauma-informed training for child welfare staff.
(American Public Human Services Association, 2020-10)
Child welfare workers need basic training regarding the neurology of trauma and the factors that will promote brain resilience. Absent this training, children may continue to be placed in inappropriate homes that are not ...
Does Removing a Child After Substantiating Child Maltreatment Sometimes Make a Bad Situation Even Worse?
To use the vernacular, is CPS sometimes taking children out of the frying pan and consciously placing them into the fire?
Law and severe mental illness in the child-removal decision-making process.
(ALM Media Properties, 2021-05-17)
When Child Protective Services becomes involved in a case in which either the parent and/or child may have psychiatric issues, how well trained and prepared are they to make informed, reasonable decisions about removal?
Born addicted: Legal Intersections of Neonatal Substance Abuse and Child Protective Services
(Somerville, N.J. : Honeyman & Rowe, 2021-09-23)
Attorneys can help ensure that health and education professionals meet the required standard of care in treating and educating children born with NAS. In this way, attorneys are both patient and client advocates.
How Much Weight Does a Social Worker's Opinion Carry in Court?
Social workers are often overworked and underpaid. Nonetheless, they must make time to practice to be prepared for court.
The Need for a Child Protective Services Investigator Psychological Profile.
(Ann Arbor, Mich. : Michigan Child Welfare Law Resource Center, University of Michigan Law School, 1996-, 2014)
This article explores the need for personality profiling when hiring Child Protective Services (CPS) investigators. It begins by looking at the use of profiling when hiring law enforcement officials as an analogy. The ...
Text Taunting to Suicide: The Role of Child Protective Services.
(American Public Human Services Association, 2019-08)
"Failure to Train" lawsuits against Departments of Human Services.
(American Bar Association, 2013-11)
Of the legal theories pursued against state departments of human services and their child welfare agencies,1 “failure to train” theories are often pled but rarely prevail. The theory is often raised in boilerplate ...
Filing interlocutory appeals in child custody cases.
(American Lawyer Media, LP., 2019-12-18)
"There are many considerations before making a decision to file an emergent appeal."
Children, Sports, and Sexual Predators: Ten Commandments for Parents to Follow.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2018-12)