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Sibling Relationships: Child Welfare Perspectives

March 27: 9:00 am - 11:00 am

The sibling relationship is believed to be one of the longest and most enduring relationships most people will ever have. In child welfare, questions often arise about how and when best to preserve this relationship. We are often faced with the dilemma of placing siblings together or whether it is in the best interest of one or all to be placed separately. This training will examine these issues in the context of understanding the history of child welfare and how collective societal values have changed over the years. It will also examine how values impact policies and ultimately our decisions. This training will also explore key components in evaluating sibling relationships in an effort to improve decision-making.

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  • Anyone is welcome to attend any ILC, regardless of their position.
  • All ILCs are free.
  • Please be sure to let us know if you need to cancel.
  • If there are not 10 participants registered for each ILC 3 days prior to the ILCs, the ILCs may be cancelled.
  • A few days prior to each virtual ILC, you will receive an email with the link to join the ILC
  • If you need to miss more than 15 minutes of the training, please have a conversation with your trainer about receiving credit.

Please submit a short summary to your supervisor or certificate of completion (if received) to receive 2 hours on continuing education.


March 27
9:00 am - 11:00 am
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