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    Westmoreland County 2020 Child Welfare Summit: Achieving Permanency in the COVID Era [CC]

    9 AM EST

    The Westmoreland County 2020 Child Welfare Summit, is designed to provide legal principles and best practices for child welfare professionals amid the global health pandemic. Achieving Permanency in the COVID Era will help participants understand the meaning and need for both legal and relational permanency for families in dependency proceedings and what achieving permanency means.

    The ABA is only seeking MCLE credit for this program in Pennsylvania. No credit will be available in other states.

    Select your state to learn more about the credit details and status of CLE application. Credit is not available for states not listed.

    2.00 total credit hours including

    • General

      Status:

      Applied for

      2.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      12/10/2023

    2.00 total credit hours including

    • General

      Status:

      Approved

      2.00 credit hours

      Available until:

      12/10/2022

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    Achieving Permanency in the COVID Era will outline the broad concept of permanency in dependency cases in juvenile court and then focus in on definitions of legal permanency and relational permanency. One aspect of legal permanency to be highlighted is concurrent planning, the ongoing process of working towards one legal permanency goal (typically reunification) while at the same time establishing and implementing an alternative permanency goal and plan that is worked on concurrently to move children and youth more quickly to a safe and stable permanent family. This is a process that involves concurrent, rather than sequential permanency planning efforts. Participants will be guided to understand the importance of this best practice.

    Event Details

    Duration

    120

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Dec 11, 2020

    2020-12-11T09:00:00-05:00 2020-12-11T11:00:00-05:00 Westmoreland County 2020 Child Welfare Summit: Achieving Permanency in the COVID Era [CC]

    The Westmoreland County 2020 Child Welfare Summit, is designed to provide legal principles and best practices for child welfare professionals amid the global health pandemic. Achieving Permanency in the COVID Era will help participants understand the meaning and need for both legal and relational permanency for families in dependency proceedings and what achieving permanency means.

    The ABA is only seeking MCLE credit for this program in Pennsylvania. No credit will be available in other states.

    Sponsors

    Panelists

    Cristina Ritchie Cooper

    Emily Peeler

    Miriam R Laver

    Rhonda Serrano

    MCLE Information - Pennsylvania CLE Credit Only

    This program is eligible for 2.0 hours of General CLE credit in Pennsylvania only. No other states are eligible for credit for this program.

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    Deaf/Hard of Hearing Attendees

    CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) service provides instant accessibility for the deaf and hard of hearing by delivering the spoken word as a realtime stream of text. CART service for this program is firewall-friendly and works in almost any network environment with Internet access, and is compatible with all major web browsers.

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