Developing Individualized Family Support Plans: A Training Manual

 

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This manual is designed to provide a training seminar for use by inservice training coordinators, agency administrators, supervisors, university personnel, and anyone else responsible for preparing professionals who develop Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs). The seminar content is broken down into eight sequential sections: Working with Families; Needs and Aspirations;
Strengths and Capabilities; Support and Resources; The Effective Help-Giver; and Writing Family Support Plans. The last section of the manual contains detailed case studies and an activity asking trainees to write a short case study and IFSP. Each section includes notes for trainers, key points, text and seminar activities, and section checklists. Appendices include a list of competencies, a training checklist, portfolio activities, a blank set of assessment and IFSP forms, overhead masters, and a glossary of terms.
 

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 . Developing Individualized Family Support Plans: A Training Manual (1990). Brookline Books: Cambridge, MA. (232 pages).

Sponsoring Agency: Brookline Books

Language: English

Reading Level: Average

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Brookline Books
P.O. Box 1046
Cambridge, MA
02238

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