Infant Safety: Plan of Safe Care
The Plan of Safe Care is an element of case planning for families with infants born with and affected by substance abuse or withdrawal symptoms resulting from prenatal drug exposure, or a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, or born to a dependent youth. The Plan of Safe Care focuses on access to a network of community-based providers and support services and addresses the needs of both the infant and the family/caregiver. The focus of this course is to provide opportunities for demonstration, practice, and feedback pertaining to meeting the practice and policy requirements for this component of the Infant Safety Education and Intervention Policy.
- 3.00 ParticipationParticipants should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
To register for this class in the Washington State Learning Center, please click on the name of the class you want to register for in the table below. This will connect you to the Learning Center. If you do not see the class you wish to register for there, the class is full or enrollment has been closed for another reason. If you wish to take this class, but do not have an account in the Washington State Learning Center, you may request enrollment by filling out an External Registration Request.
|Infant Safety: Plan of Safe Care||03/22/2023||9am-12pm||Webinar|
|Infant Safety: Plan of Safe Care||02/15/2023||9am-12pm||Webinar|
|Infant Safety: Plan of Safe Care||11/8/2022||9am-12pm||Webinar|
|Infant Safety: Plan of Safe Care||10/25/2022||9am-12pm||Webinar|
|Infant Safety: Plan of Safe Care||9/29/2022||9am-12pm||Webinar|
|Infant Safety: Plan of Safe Care||8/25/2022||9am-12pm||Webinar|