by Renee Cuellar
Extremely useful, not only for this role, but personally also. Great information provided.
by Diane Hartin
Very detailed and to the point
by Judith Kahn-Leeson
Strong course of valuable information, suggestions, thought processes needed in assessing and addressing the child and his/her individual level of development/needs. Strongly supportive and encouraging with regard to keeping in mind that communication and collaboration with the TEAM is paramount; one is not "sailing the ship" alone. Thank you!
by Karen Onsager
This information should be mandatory for all new parents
by Amaya Ariztoy
I found the examples of situations on all ages of a child and the potential solutions or resources very useful.
Child well being
by Deb Ward
I found the information to be clear and easy to understand.
by rhonda patton
good but case studies would be helpful
by Carmen B Martinez
This is a must know information to become a good VGAL
by Max Smith
Developmental stages were broken down and easy to follow.
by Marji lecompte
Importance of milestones. They are individual. How they can be affected by neglect or abuse. Min. guidelines for the child basic needs are met.
by Patty Nicholson
Better understanding of the development stages and effects of abuse..
by Michael Alicea
Straightforward and to the point. I very well formatted summary.
by Mary-Ellen Haley
Another worthwhile course for a GAL's training.
by Enide Bellamy
Lots of follow up information and resources were provided
by Holly VanHoose
Well written, interesting and easy to understand. Liked the varied formats for the different parts.
by Julie M Kelly
I missed the question on the minimum standard of care. I went back and reviewed the material and did not find the answer necessary to help me.
by LeTrenna Mosley
This course was great! I learned a lot about how to asses the well-being of a child and how to use the "Best Interest Principle" to figure what a child really needs. I especially liked that this chapter gave scenarios of cases one might have as a GAL volunteer and recommendations of what a GAL volunteer might do in each situation.