CAPMIS Case Planning
- Which of the following method
sis used to develop the “Behaviors Causing Concern” section of the case plan?
- Problems addressed by the same service provider are grouped together
- Each family member should have a separate concern statement
- Combine risk contributors by expected completion date of activities
- Combine the underlying risk contributors with risk contributors they impact
- Which of the following is an example of a well written “Behavior that needs to change” statement?
- Ms. Alvarez will participate in medically assisted drug treatment
- Ms. White will manage her severe depression so she can supervise her children
- Mr. Sanchez will not be verbally or physically aggressive toward Cindy in front of the children
- Mr. Chen will know how spanking Roe hurts him physically and emotionally
- What is an example of aa family member activity?
- Mother will complete an alcohol and drug assessment
- Father will move out of the home and have supervised visits with the children
- Alicia will remove herself from any relationship that involves domestic violence
- Robert will not be under the influence of drugs while supervising the children
- Measuring changes in attitudes and knowledge can be difficult. Which of the following statements describes the best way to do this?
- Wait for service providers to tell the caseworker about improvements
- Talk to the parents to assess improvements in attitude or knowledge
- Measure progress through completion of case plan activities
- Observe changes in parents’ behavior that show changes in their attitudes
- Which of the following best describes the successful completion of a case plan?
- Families completed their activities as listed on the Case Plan
- Families changed behavior so that risk of future maltreatment is minimal
- The service providers report sufficient progress to close their cases on the family
- The family feels comfortable with closing the case
- Which of the following is NOT TRUE about the case plan?
- It coordinates services for the family
- It serves as a “road map” for families
- It outlines a plan to address immediate safety threats
- It establishes criteria for measuring case progress and making case decisions
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