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* 1. What is the most IMPORTANT right of foster parents as stated in the Foster Parent Law?

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* 2. A foster parent has the opportunity to be present in as many professional staffings/meetings as possible related to the child.

The Foster Parent Placement Agreement is a written understanding that details the placement of a child in their home and is given to (and reviewed with) foster parents at the time of licensing and includes statements of expectations of the foster parents in their role.

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* 3. Which of the items below are NOT one of the specific statements pertaining to the expectation of foster parents?

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* 4. What are the key components that DO NOT make up the written understanding between Caritas and foster parents?

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* 5. How many training hours (over a course of their 4-year licensed home agreement) are traditional/relative foster parent required in order to renew their license?

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* 6. Specialized foster parents are required to have a minimum of 16 hours of training EACH year.

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* 7. If an unlicensed foster parent has an issue with board payment who should be contacted?

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* 8. If a licensed foster parent has an issue with board payment, who should be contacted?

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* 9. Caritas Family Solutions must provide the traditional foster parent a notice of decision to move a child 14 days prior with the exception of a direct safety issue.

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* 10. The required DCFS form that documents information that is given to foster parents as a part of their right to receive necessary information relevant to the care of their foster child is called:

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* 11. The Case Manager has 30 days after placing a child to provide full disclosure of the following information: case history, health/medical, education history, placement history and behavior/social information.

Investigations of a licensing complaint occur when a hotline call has been made related to the foster child's placement or a determination has occurred that a foster parent is in violation of the licensing standards.

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* 12. The rights of a foster parent during an investigation include all of the following: (Please choose all that apply)

Foster parents have the right to information regarding the child and the child’s family which is pertinent to the care of the child and making permanency plans. Disclosure of information shall be limited to essential information for understanding the needs of the child.

 

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* 13. Please choose the following birth parent information that CAN be shared with foster parents within the bounds of confidentiality:

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* 14. What information should the caseworker provide the foster parent regarding court hearings? Please check all that apply.

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* 15. If a child re-enters foster care and it is consistent with the best interest of the child, he or she may be placed back into their previous foster home placement.

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* 16. When a foster parent is feeling they have been subject to unjust treatment, are unhappy about an unresolved issue, or have concerns related to the management of a child’s case in which order should a foster parent make contact with the following individuals?

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* 17. Foster Parents are given a copy of the Foster Parent Law on the first day they sign the licensing agreement and are expected to keep that document during their years as a Foster Parent.

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* 18. Where can foster parents learn more details about the laws and regulations of confidentiality related to foster care? Check all that apply

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* 19. How often do workers complete home visits to ensure that licensed, traditional foster parents are complying with the service plan detailing care of a foster child?

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* 20. Where can Foster Parents learn about skills to help support positive behavioral development, promote the cultural values, and strengthen familial relationships? Check all that apply:

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* 21. Foster parents can prevent placement disruptions by any of the following: check all that apply

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* 22. Foster parents are required to keep records maintained on the follow: check all that apply

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* 23. Foster Parents are encouraged to participate in the following ways: Please choose all that apply.

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* 24. Foster parents are mandated reporters and should properly report suspected abuse and neglect.

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* 25. The child's caseworker will notify to foster parent(s) of all decisions made by the court or the agency concerning the child.

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* 26. Please choose which is the best response for a case worker when they may observe a minor violation within the foster home (such as smoking in the home, unclean home, incidents or issues related to pets in home) during a visit:

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* 27. As a recommendation of the Quality Parenting Initiative (QPI) and representative of Best Practices, the caseworker schedules quarterly Child & Family Team meetings (including birth parent(s), foster parents and case management team) to enhance team relationships and to encourage progress towards the permanency goals.

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* 28. Child & Family Team meetings are a great opportunity to work on minor challenges and issues occurring while children are in foster care and parent(s) are working toward their plan for reunification. The Child & Family Team meeting meets quarterly and all members of the care team (birth parents, foster child, case workers and foster parents) ARE required to participate.

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