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Please take a few moments to fill out the following survey.  Your name, email address, and identification number will only be used for tracking purposes and will not be used in reporting the survey results.  The appropriate identification number was provided to you in correspondence from the Operational Review Specialist from the DCSD.  Please note that, when completing the survey, you can select no more than one item in response to each of the categories.  If you have questions, please direct them to Karen Gilreath at: (602) 452-3568.

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1. Active efforts are made to involve biological parents in the court process.
2. Active efforts are made to involve biological parents, who are incarcerated, in the court process.
3. Age appropriate children are encouraged to actively participate in the court process.
4. Appropriate educational assessments and services are provided for involved children.
5. Appropriate mental health assessments and services are provided for involved children.
6. Appropriate physical health assessments and services are provided for involved children.
7. Dependent children, who are aging out of the system, are advised by the Court of the Sibling Information Exchange Program.
8. Foster parents, pre-adoptive parents, or relative caregivers are given an opportunity to be heard in Court.
9. Information pertaining to the case is provided to all parties in advance of the court hearings.
10. Court hearings are usually held within the required timelines.
11. Continuances are not affecting permanency timelines.
12. All professionals involved in the court proceeding are given an opportunity to be heard.
13. The information available in the form of CASA reports is adequate and of good quality.
14. CASA reports are available in a timely manner for consideration prior to the scheduled hearing.
15. CASA volunteers openly advocate for their assigned children.
16. CASA volunteers make appreciable differences in the cases for which they are assigned (compared to cases with no CASA assignment).
17. FCRB reports are available in a timely manner for consideration prior to the scheduled hearing.
18. FCRB findings and recommendations address the importance of stability and permanency for children in foster care.
19. The information available in the form of FCRB reports is adequate and of good quality.
20. Our county would benefit from additional trainings related to the dependency process. (If true, please specify the type of training needed and your department under the comments section.
21. Please write in any general comments you may have and/or types of training that you feel would benefit your department.

 

 

Last updated:
08 May 2006
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