1. What are the three essential components when assessing safety?
- Child’s age, child’s ability to self-protect, and caregiver access.
- Safety factors, child vulnerability, and parental protective capacity.
- Caregiver’s cognitive, behavioral, and emotional capacity.
- Prior CPS reports, access to services, and exposure to abuse as a child.
2. Which of the following is an example of an active safety threat?
- Aliyah’s mother has a diagnosed psychological condition.
- Jean, Sally, and Courtney do not have stable housing or medical insurance.
- Aliyah is 2-years-old, non-verbal, and does not attend daycare.
- Xavier's mother is getting into violent altercations while he is present.
3. A safety plan is implemented when –
- An agency is concerned about liability.
- A worker wants to hold a parent accountable for his/her behavior.
- Family’s protective capacities are not sufficient to control safety threats.
- A worker needs more time to observe behaviors and risks.
4. What is an example of a Safety Plan Activity?
- Mother will complete a drug assessment and do random urine screens.
- Parents will not use physical disciple.
- Caseworker will refer for mental health counseling and parenting services.
- Grandfather will reside in the home and provide supervision to the children.
5. Which scenario sufficiently controls immediate danger with a safety plan?
- Xavier’s mother agreed to avoid drugs and violence.
- Sally’s mother promised to stop using “excessive corporal punishment.”
- Jean’s aunt is willing and able to move into the home to provide supervision.
- Aliyah’s grandmother is willing and able to babysit Aliyah from 8 AM to 6 PM.
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