|Author:||Children's Bureau of Southern California|
|Title:||Family Assessment Form: A Practice-Based Approach to Assessing Family Functioning|
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|Publisher:||Child Welfare League of Amer; 1 edition (April 1, 1997)|
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Family-centered assessment is a process designed to gain a greater understanding of how a family's strengths, needs, and resources affect a child's safety, permanency, and well-being. The assessment should be strengths-based, culturally sensitive, individualized, and developed in partnership with the family. The strengths identified will provide the foundation upon which the family can make changes. Use the following resources to learn more about family-centered assessment, including State and local examples. Family Assessment Form Children's Bureau of Southern California Offers information on a tool for assessing families, planning services, and evaluating results.
Family assessment form. a practice-based approach to assessing family functioning. CWLA Press (Apr 1997). The Family Assessment Form (FAF) helps workers to assess families at the beginning of service, develop individualized family service plans, monitor family progress, and assess outcomes for individual families. The FAF is designed as a standardized form but is adaptable in its implementation for a variety of clinical, procedural, and/or program needs.
Objectives To understand purpose of the FAF To become familiar with FAF structure To practice using the FAF A Brief History Developed between 1986-1990 at Children’s Bureau of Southern California, a non-profit agency providing .
The Family Assessment Form (FAF) assesses family functioning from an ecological perspective, assessing context as well as transactions among family members and their environment. Family Assessment Form (FAF) Web software is a case management platform designed to support best-practice service planning, program improvement, evaluation and reporting specifically for family strengthening and home visitation programs. Family functioning is assessed via 58 scales organized into 8 categories:, Caregiver History. Caregiver Personal Characteristics. Participants - 70 families in the Family Connection Project of the Children's Bureau of Southern California. Race/Ethnicity - Mothers: 50% White, 3. % Hispanic, 1. % Black, . % Pacific Islander. Fathers: 4. % White, 4. % Hispanic, Summary
Typically, three general within-family. The FAF is a practice-based instrument that was. developed by the Children’s Bureau of Los Angeles, a nonprofit child welfare agency, to help. practitioners improve the assessment of families receiving home-based services.
A Strengths-Based Approach to Child and Family Assessment. Gilgun, Jane F. (2004). A strengths-based approach to child and family assessment. In Don R. Catheral (E., Handbook. of stress, trauma and the family (pp. 307-324). New York: Bruner-Routledge. each other, family members who show sensitivity to children's feelings and wants, and family. members who recognize the children's accomplishments. Positive adaptation is problematic if. individuals experienced disharmony, insensitivity, and maltreatment within families of origin. Involvement in community activities, work that is CChhaapptteerr 1155 10.
An alternative approach considers what the family knows and what they can do. This strengths-based approach focuses on the client or family competencies, resources and capacities, and actively seeks to identify strengths within individuals and families (Feeley & Gottlieb 2000).
2013 Children’s Bureau receives its first national foundation grant from the Doris Duke Foundation to fund the Magnolia Community Initiative. 2008 The Magnolia Community Initiative is launched using the Magnolia Place Family Center as its primary hub. Forty non-profit, government, and faith-based community organizations come together to form a network to advance the comprehensive bold initiative. During these years, the network grows to 75 organizations and begins its ambitious work. Children’s Bureau’s successes in the critical battle to prevent child abuse result in an invitation to locate services in Orange County.