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DCFS:Protective Factors:Main

Describes the protective factors framework
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on 17 August 2014

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Transcript of DCFS:Protective Factors:Main

The Protective Factors
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
Concrete supports
What are
protective
factors?
Grandma
Cousin
Aunt
Cousin
Uncle
Cousin
Family
PARENTAL
RESILIENCE
Social & emotional
competence of children
Knowledge
of parenting
&
child development
social connections
Protective Factors are
the skills, knowledge or
support that helps keep
kids safe and builds
healthy families.
Let's take a look
at these Factors
Social
Connections
Your caseworker will be helping you to learn more about each of these factors.
Together, you will determine where
your families strengths are, and what
factors your family could strengthen.
Your family will then have the opportunity to participate in
services and activities that will
increase these factors.
Increasing child safety and reducing future risk of parenting stressors.
Multiple home visits each month
Increased Child Family Team Meetings
Building on family strengths and areas to work on
How can we increase child safety?
How can we reduce risk of
future parenting challenges?
Planting new parenting
ideas through caseworker
visits and community
services.
Caseworker tools to learn about your family's strengths, history, and
how we can support you in keeping your family together.
How can Parents and DCFS increase child safety and decrease parenting stressors?
By increasing a parent's knowledge of factors that make and keep families healthy.
What are the 5 Protective Factors that lead to child safety and decrease parenting stress?
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