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Several (n = 10) of the youths had the perception that administrative policies within the child welfare agencies mandated that caseworkers should not maintain close relationships with their clients: "Every time a caseworker gets close to a kid, the supervisor takes them away.
Today, new reports go to a caseworker other than the one already assigned in order to bring fresh eyes to the situation, he said.
If the client fails, the caseworker is there for her to fall back on and will work with her to fulfill a different task or to identify the obstacles keeping the client from succeeding.
The first sort of failure never makes the news; the second kind sometimes does, but then the blame is apt to fall on the system in general rather than the poor, harried caseworker.
Keywords: Maltreatment, caseworker decision-making, treatment motivation, risk-assessment.
There had been an apparent breakdown in communications at the rehab unit, where the caseworker had told the family early that morning that Virginia was being transferred to private-pay effective immediately because of her refusal of therapy for the third time.
Some, good and bad, have just come off the welfare rolls, and I've met more Bran one caseworker who returned to public aid.
It turned out the caseworkers hadn't done their monthly check-ins on Rilya for 15 months.
9 caseworker days to complete, demands about 60 caseworkers to achieve break even between intake and output," said Sir Frederick.
This team includes a specially trained law enforcement officer or detective, a deputy district attorney, a department of human services caseworker, and a victim advocate from the Center for the Prevention of Domestic Violence.
In your recent Washington Post article, "When Home Is Hell," you describe how you visited the natural mother of children in foster care and saw that her home was in a horrendous condition but were unable to persuade the caseworker to begin adoption proceedings.