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Flashcards in Module 7 Exploration Deck (17):

What is exploration?

Determining what must change for children to be safe through information collection.


What are caregiver protective capacities?

Personal and caregiving behavioral, cognitive, and emotional characteristics that can be specifically and directly associated with being protective of one's young.


What are the three categories caregiver protective capacities divided into?

Behavioral, cognitive, emotional


What are behavioral protective capacities?

Specific action, activity or performance that is consistent with, and results in, protective vigilance.

Controls impulses, takes action, sets aside own needs for child, demonstrates adequate skills.


What are cognitive protective capacities?

Specific intellect knowledge, understanding and perception that results in protective parenting and protective vigilance.

Self aware, intellectually able, recognizes threats and child's needs, etc.


What are emotional protective capacities?

Specific feelings, attitudes, identification with child and motivation that results in protective parenting and protective vigilance.

Is resilient, is tolerant, expresses love, empathy, etc.


How are caregiver protective capacities scaled?

From A being enhanced to D being diminished capacities.


Which scale of protective capacities do we focus on?



What are child strengths and needs?

Set of indicators directly related to child's wellbeing and success.


What is the importance of child's strengths and needs?

Establishing safety, permanency and well-being.


How are child needs scaled?

From A child having exceptional ability to D having demonstration of need for intensive support.


What are the child strengths and needs categories?

1. Emotion/Trauma
2. Behavior
3. Development and early learning
4. Academic Status
5. Positive Peer/Adult Relationships
6. Family Relationships
7. Physical Health
8. Cultural Identity
9. Substance Awareness
10. Preparation for Adult Living


What happens to a student in foster care that changes school?

An average of of 4 to 6 months of educational progress is lost.


When does the initial health assessment needs to be done?

Within 72 hours


How often is dental done?

Every 6 months to children 3 years and older


What is danger statement?

To understand what must be different for parents in order for intervention to cease.


What is family goal?

To identify and verbalized how the family will be functioning when all the children are safe, including consideration of barriers, support, and ideas for intervention.