2017 PERMANENCY SUMMIT LEARNING MODULES

The following videos are from the New York State's Permanency Summit which was held on December 5th & 6th 2017, and was sponsored by OCFS, Casey Family Programs, & the Redlich Horwitz Foundation.​

Judiciary's Role in

Achieving Permanency

Retired Judge Patricia FitzGerald (Casey Family Programs) on the key role Courts play within the child welfare system in achieving permanency for children.

Partners in Practice: Strategies in Meaningful Engagment

Corey Best (Birth Parent National Network) & China Darrington (XIX Recovery Support Services) on Birth Parents as partners in case planning, services, and successful reunification.

Jess Dannhauser (Graham Windham) on exploring the role of leadership in change.

Embracing the Adversity
in Change

Rapid Permanency Reviews (RPR)

Raymond Toomer (Administration for Children's Services) & Justin Lee (Casey Family Programs) on NYC's journey to identify case and systems level bottlenecks and barriers that impede children from achieving permanency.

Permanency for Youth
with Intellectual &
Developmental Disabilities

Deborah Napolitano (Hillside Developmental Disabilities Services) on child welfare permanency and planning for IDD children involved with the child welfare system. 

Community Redesign: Kinship Practice Strategies

James Czarniak (Onondaga County), Janet O'Keefe (Suffolk County), & Heidi Epstein (American Bar Association Center on Children and Law) on family centered practice to reduce residential care use and stays.

Staying Home: Engineering Community Based Services

Deborah Napolitano (Hillside Developmental Disabilities Services) on child welfare permanency and planning for IDD children involved with the child welfare system. 

3 Branch Institute (3BI) as a
Tool for Change

Raymond Toomer (Administration for Children's Services) & Justin Lee (Casey Family Programs) on NYC's journey to identify case and systems level bottlenecks and barriers that impede children from achieving permanency.

Using Data/Process Analysis
for Improving Safety and Permanency (Monroe)

James Czarniak (Onondaga County), Janet O'Keefe (Suffolk County), & Heidi Epstein (American Bar Association Center on Children and Law) on family centered practice to reduce residential care use and stays.

Blind Removals (Nassau)

Innovations, Practice Improvements and More - Nassau County.

Kin (New York City)

Innovations, Practice Improvements and More - New York City.

Visitation (Suffolk)

Innovations, Practice Improvements and More - Suffolk County.

Reinvestment Strategies and Reduction in Congregate
Care (Onondaga)

Innovations, Practice Improvements and More - Onondaga County.

Reductions in Congregate Care (Westchester)

Innovations, Practice Improvements and More - Westchester County.

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