Case Plan Review - Foster Parent Information is a legal document that was released by the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families - a government authority operating within Rhode Island.
Q: Who attends a Case Plan Review?
A: Typically, the caseworker, foster parents, biological parents, and other relevant individuals involved in the child's care attend the Case Plan Review.
Q: What information is discussed during a Case Plan Review?
A: During a Case Plan Review, the caseworker discusses the child's progress, any changes in placement or services, and adjusts the goals and plan as needed.
Q: How often does a Case Plan Review occur?
A: A Case Plan Review typically occurs every six months, although it may be held more frequently if necessary.
Q: What is the purpose of a Case Plan Review?
A: The purpose of a Case Plan Review is to assess the child's well-being, evaluate the effectiveness of services, and make informed decisions about the child's future.
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