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Home Visitors Attending To Risks for Abuse and Neglect During COVID-19: A Guided Reflection
This webinar outlines the home visitor response to risks for abuse and neglect during the COVID 19 pandemic.
In this resource
Intended audience: Home visitation program supervisors, directors, or administrators.
Restraints on home visitation protocols due to social distancing restrictions – implications for opening/closing cases, virtual intervention technology and assessing and addressing risk for potential abuse and neglect
Where in-person home visiting is still allowed, concerns around personal safety and how that may impact ability to assess/address potential risk for abuse or neglect
Consider the impact of mental health and substance abuse problems for some parents in home visiting programs and their contribution to increase in risk for abuse and neglect
The importance of reflective practice for home visitors as their service delivery changes during the pandemic
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