Form CFS2032-1 "Youth Driven Transition Plan" - Illinois

What Is Form CFS2032-1?

This is a legal form that was released by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services - a government authority operating within Illinois. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on December 1, 2010;
  • The latest edition provided by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services;
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CFS 2032-1
12/2010
State of Illinois
Department of Children and Family Services
YOUTH DRIVEN TRANSITION PLAN
age 17
within 90 days of discharge from care
Check the appropriate plan milestone:
Transition Plan for (name):
DOB:
Agency Name:
Anticipated Discharge Date:
Date of Form Completion:
Personal Health and Care Goal:
Describe Youth’s Current Status/Future Plans: Are medical, dental, vision, and immunization records up to date? Any current medical issues?
Medications? What is the plan to meet continuing medical needs? Discuss youth’s plan for health insurance after emancipation. Make sure youth
is in possession of all medical records for future use. Explain ability to care for self.
Has youth been provided with education regarding Power of Attorney for Healthcare, by reviewing Your Future, Your Health information (CFS
2032-2) with the youth? (must be done at age 17)
Has youth been given a copy of the Your Future, Your Health: Power of Attorney for Health Care (CFS 2032-2), and educated regarding their
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option to execute the Power of Attorney for Health Care on or after their 18
birthday?
Has the youth signed the Receipt of Information & Education Regarding Health Care Options (CFS 2032-3)?
Does this youth demonstrate a need for disability benefits? Is there an award notice in the financial section of the youth’s file and is it current (i.e.,
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since their 18
birthday)? If not, has Public Consulting Group (SSI Contractor) been contacted? When?
Has a packet been completed? What date was it completed? Has the youth attended the consultative exam? When was the exam?
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CFS 2032-1
12/2010
State of Illinois
Department of Children and Family Services
YOUTH DRIVEN TRANSITION PLAN
age 17
within 90 days of discharge from care
Check the appropriate plan milestone:
Transition Plan for (name):
DOB:
Agency Name:
Anticipated Discharge Date:
Date of Form Completion:
Personal Health and Care Goal:
Describe Youth’s Current Status/Future Plans: Are medical, dental, vision, and immunization records up to date? Any current medical issues?
Medications? What is the plan to meet continuing medical needs? Discuss youth’s plan for health insurance after emancipation. Make sure youth
is in possession of all medical records for future use. Explain ability to care for self.
Has youth been provided with education regarding Power of Attorney for Healthcare, by reviewing Your Future, Your Health information (CFS
2032-2) with the youth? (must be done at age 17)
Has youth been given a copy of the Your Future, Your Health: Power of Attorney for Health Care (CFS 2032-2), and educated regarding their
th
option to execute the Power of Attorney for Health Care on or after their 18
birthday?
Has the youth signed the Receipt of Information & Education Regarding Health Care Options (CFS 2032-3)?
Does this youth demonstrate a need for disability benefits? Is there an award notice in the financial section of the youth’s file and is it current (i.e.,
th
since their 18
birthday)? If not, has Public Consulting Group (SSI Contractor) been contacted? When?
Has a packet been completed? What date was it completed? Has the youth attended the consultative exam? When was the exam?
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CFS 2032-1
12/2010
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Education Goal:
Describe Youth’s Current Status/Future Plans: Document highest level of educational achievement and current educational status / future
educational plans. Identify any issues/needs regarding future plan and specify any special considerations related to educational/vocational
training. Make sure youth is aware of OETS programs.
Action Steps (for both youth and staff)
Person Responsible
Target Date
Achieved?
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2.
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CFS 2032-1
12/2010
Employment Goal:
Describe Youth’s Current Status/Future Plans: Provide a brief review of work history over the past 2 years and of current work status,
including: name/location of current employer, wages/salary, schedule or # of hours worked per week, insurance, etc. Describe future employment
plan, including any known issues/needs/special considerations.
Action Steps (for both youth and staff)
Person Responsible
Target Date
Achieved?
1.
2.
3.
Food Management Goal:
Describe Youth’s Current Status/Future Plan: Discuss youth’s abilities in this area. Is he/she able to shop/cook on their own, have they
developed any skills in this area to prepare them for living independently after discharge?
Action Steps (for both youth and staff)
Person Responsible
Target Date
Achieved?
1.
2.
3.
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CFS 2032-1
12/2010
Transportation, Community Resources, and Recreation Goal:
Describe Youth’s Current Status/Future Plans: Describe current transportation plan, including what community resources are being utilized
and what resources are to be used upon emancipation. What recreation activities are in place now and for the future? Identify youth's interests,
hobbies, activities, and leisure/cultural/spiritual needs. Include details on specific resources needed to promote youth's interests, method of
payment, and estimated start date.
Action Steps (for both youth and staff)
Person Responsible
Target Date
Achieved?
1.
2.
3.
Social and Family Goal:
Describe Youth’s Current Status/Future Plans: Describe youth’s family relations, both immediate and extended and any known support system
(family, friends, community, church, boyfriend, girlfriend). Describe any unhealthy relationships the youth is currently involved in Are there any
services needed resulting from an unhealthy relationship? Any domestic violence issues? Explore options to develop, increase or enhance youth’s
social and family support systems.
Action Steps (for both youth and staff)
Person Responsible
Target Date
Achieved?
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2.
3.
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CFS 2032-1
12/2010
Home Management and Housing Goal:
Describe Youth’s Current Status/Future Plans: What is the current living arrangement? If living independently: address, lease holder name /
landlord information/ rent amount. Will the youth be able to maintain current residence after emancipation (if within 90 days) or is there a plan in
place for affordable housing at that time?
Action Steps (for both youth and staff)
Person Responsible
Target Date
Achieved?
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2.
3.
Money Management/Financial Goal:
Describe Youth’s Current Status/Future Plans: If youth is living independently, are bills being paid in a timely manner? Is youth able to budget
his/her money? What bank accounts do they currently have (checking and/or savings)? Review any outstanding bills the youth may have and
develop a plan to meet financial responsibilities. For emancipating youth, review youth’s budget to sustain identified living arrangement.
Action Steps (for both youth and staff)
Person Responsible
Target Date
Achieved?
1.
2.
3.
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