ALIGN Agency Response to Kinship Care Redesign (Revised June 3 2019) Purpose The purpose of this report is to provide input regarding the Kinship Care Redesign currently being developed by the Government of Alberta, Ministry of Children’s Services. ALIGN Association of Community Services is a membership association of agencies providing services to children and families in Alberta. ALIGN has represented
ALIGN Presentations & Training Materials
Ideology, Evidence and the Great Residential Group Care Debate: Whose Keeping Score? ALIGN Group Care Symposium 2019 James P. Anglin Professor Emeritus School of Child and Youth Care University of Victoria What Works: Lessons learned from implementing, sustaining, and evaluating the CARE Model ALIGN Group Care Symposium 2019 Martha Holden Cornell University A Tailored Approach to Implementing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Presentation materials related to ALIGN Training 2018 – Roadmap to Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems for ALIGN Members
The Indigenous Thought Leaders Series is intended to Enhance Indigenous Innovations and Relationships in Child Intervention Service Delivery. Selected Elders, advisers, and service providers share Indigenous teachings and current practices in work with Indigenous children, families, and individuals. The presentations showcase specific culturally-based approaches to practice and ceremony with indigenous service users. The individual presentations include teachings from highly respected
The following video’s are part of the Indigenous Thought Leaders Series. Selected Elders, advisers, and service providers shared Indigenous teachings and current practices in work with Indigenous children, families, and individuals. These informative protocol videos showcase specific culturally-based approaches to practice and ceremony with indigenous service users. The individual presentations include teachings from highly respected elders and knowledge keepers in
Child and Family Service (CFS) Regions Caseload Trends 1015-16 to 2017-18 presentation by Jon Reeves, Executive Director – Child Intervention – Southern Alberta May 2018 at the ALIGN Membership Meeting.
ALIGN Association: Presentation Materials from the workshop The Three Pillars of Transforming Care by Dr. Howard Bath February 1, 2018 Red Deer The Three Core Trauma-Related Needs Dr. Howard Bath Alberta, January/February If uploading or sharing this document please site full information above About: The Three Pillars of Transforming Care distils the core propositions of trauma theory into a clear,
This Tip Sheet that has been developed by a committee representing provincial Children Services , AFPA and ALIGN. The Role of Caregivers in Assessing and Managing Risk Related to Opioid Use – A Tip Sheet As a caregiver you are the closest person to the day-to-day activities of a child or youth who may be using opioids. You have a
ALIGN SUBMISSION TO CHILD REVIEW PANEL ALIGN Partners in Child Intervention Child Intervention Panel Submission June 30, 2017 ALIGN: Presentation to Child Intervention Review Panel (ppt) June 15, 2017 ALIGN: Re-Envisioning Therapeutic Group and Residential Care:Closing the Gap Between: “What We Know” and “What We Do” June 15, 2017 ALIGN AFPA – Foster and Kinship Care Presentation for the
This video was presented by David Rust at workshops on various dates and at various location in winter 2017. Video- Celebrating and Supporting Diversity Presented by David Rust What YOU can do to create a safe and caring environment for LGBTQ children and youth
The Drugs 101 With Jennie McLester AHS – various dates and at various location winter 2017. Video – Drugs 101: What Every Caregiver Needs to Know About Popular Street Drugs.
The Family Finding Model developed by Kevin A. Campbell is an evidence-based six-step model that responds to those involved in the child welfare system with the same urgency as the Red Cross during crisis, using the philosophy of Article 26 of the Geneva Convention -“The Right to Know”. Evidence shows that workers trained in Family Finding get results for the
The AASCF (ALIGN) invited agency staff to a presentation and discussion with Paul Brown from 3e Training. The intent of this workshop was to assist agencies in gaining a better understanding of what is being requested and how to respond to an RFP! Video – Paul Brown from 3e Training April 23, 2015 Public Sector Procurement 3e Training Document pdf
Presentation Materials February 2015 Child Intervention Practice in Alberta – Current and Future Directions Kinship Initiative – Brenda McLaren Intro to Caring Together Workshops Intro to OBSD Introduction To The Signs of Safety David O’Brien OBSD Lead Agency Woods Homes Combined Notes from the Table Conversations – Leth and MH Presentation Materials October 2014 Outcome Based Service Delivery – Alberta
Political Forum January 2015 Video – View the discussion of the AASCF Political Forum January 2015 The intent was to hold a forum where interested Albertan’s can hear political leaders speak to their views on social policy and how people are cared for in Alberta.
Relationship Based Practices – Sandra Maygard 2014 Since the introduction of OBSD, and particularly over the last few years, there have been many initiatives, some directly related and some not, that enhance: ease of access to government services; the building of new relationships and supporting positive relationships between people…
WCB Presentation – AASCF Membership Meeting 2014 What is Workers’ Compensation? Features of Alberta Workers’ Compensation How Claims Costs Impact Premiums Disability Management Report within 72 hours of the date of accident Develop an Employee Injury Package Sign-up for Occupational Injury Service(OIS) Develop a Modified Duties Job Bank Sign up for Partnerships in Injury Reduction Questions
Volunteer Alberta launched a province-wide campaign to advocate for why volunteer centres, FCSS, nonprofits and
Coffee & Tea with CYC Friday December 4 1-2pm EST Child and Youth Care practitioners,
“The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence campaign focuses on engaging and encouraging everyone