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Message ID: 10111
Date: 2017-01-26

Author:Stephanie Bosco-Ruggiero

Subject:Re: Question on frameworks re: screening for and supporting a successful adoption

Are you familiar with the Quality Improvement Center for Adoption and their permanency continuum framework? http://qic-ag.org/continuum-framework/ What about C.A.S.E's adoption competent clinician training? http://adoptionsupport.org/adoption-competency-initiatives/ On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 2:24 PM, Tanya Morton > wrote: Hello all, A question: Is anyone familiar with the work that has been done on developing and/or identifying assessment frameworks that successfully support adoption? More specifically, is anyone familiar with the literature on evidence-based tools or programs for screening in of potential adoptive families, matching children to families and then promoting a successful adoption? I am looking for tools, models and programs to facilitate recruitment of adoptive parents, enhance their skill levels, and that facilitate placement matching. Evidence-based post adoption services would be included. If anyone can point me to evidence-based tools, models, or programs, that would be very helpful. Thank you in advance, Tanya Tanya Morton Quality Assurance and Research Coordinator Quality Assurance T.Morton@torontoccas.org | www.torontoccas.org Tel: 416-395-1919 | Fax: 416-395-1862 Catholic Children's Aid Society of Toronto | 26 Maitland Street | Toronto | Ontario M4Y 1C6 For the Love of Children -- Stephanie Bosco-Ruggiero, M.A. Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service boscoruggier@fordham.edu (914) 367-3363 Research and Communications Assistant National Center for Social Work Trauma Education and Workforce Development http://www.ncswtraumaed.org/

Are you familiar with the Quality Improvement Center for Adoption and their permanency continuum framework? http://qic-ag.org/continuum-framework/ What about C.A.S.E's adoption competent clinician training? http://adoptionsupport.org/adoption-competency-initiatives/ On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 2:24 PM, Tanya Morton > wrote: Hello all, A question: Is anyone familiar with the work that has been done on developing and/or identifying assessment frameworks that successfully support adoption? More specifically, is anyone familiar with the literature on evidence-based tools or programs for screening in of potential adoptive families, matching children to families and then promoting a successful adoption? I am looking for tools, models and programs to facilitate recruitment of adoptive parents, enhance their skill levels, and that facilitate placement matching. Evidence-based post adoption services would be included. If anyone can point me to evidence-based tools, models, or programs, that would be very helpful. Thank you in advance, Tanya Tanya Morton Quality Assurance and Research Coordinator Quality Assurance T.Mortontorontoccas.org | www.torontoccas.org Tel: 416-395-1919 | Fax: 416-395-1862 Catholic Children's Aid Society of Toronto | 26 Maitland Street | Toronto | Ontario M4Y 1C6 For the Love of Children -- Stephanie Bosco-Ruggiero, M.A. Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service boscoruggierfordham.edu (914) 367-3363 Research and Communications Assistant National Center for Social Work Trauma Education and Workforce Development http://www.ncswtraumaed.org/