Free

2018 Florida Guardian ad Litem Disabilities Training Conference "What's Your Super Power?"

Course description

As child advocates, we all know about the court hearings, multi-disciplinary team meetings, suitability assessments, and review hearings that make up the residential treatment center (RTC) framework for our dependent children, but how many of us know what day-to-day life looks like for our kids residing in RTCs? 
RTC operation standards are voluminous and detailed, but how are they put into play? 
Join us for a training on education, socialization, skills training, nutrition, and day-to-day life for children in RTCs. 
Learn about RTC operations standards, how to provide input in your child’s treatment plan, and establish professional relationships with key RTC staff. The RTC silo is open for viewing! We will teach about RTC operations standards, and then play jeopardy.
Speakers: Bethanie Barber & Mildred Sellars

 

Reviews (1)

I have a child who will soon be admitted to a RTC locked facility. I found this video very helpful for me as the VCA-GAL to address many of the questions I had and what I can get access to. Both speakers were excellent; very knowledge and easy to listen to in a video setting.

by Gail Guest

I have a child who will soon be admitted to a RTC locked facility. I found this video very helpful for me as the VCA-GAL to address many of the questions I had and what I can get access to. Both speakers were excellent; very knowledge and easy to listen to in a video setting.

by Gail Guest

Guardian ad Litem  State Office

Guardian ad Litem State Office

Legal Counsel

Guest Presenters: 

  • Kristen Solomon, Esquire - Statewide Director of Operations 
  • Camille Frazer, Esquire - Regional Legal Counsel Southern
  • Kathleen Clendining, Esquire - Managing Attorney, 15th Circuit
  • Brittany Rutan, Esquire - Managing Attorney, 9th Circuit 
Course Contents

1 Video

1.5 hrs

Course Curriculum

Knocking Down the Silo: Let's All See That Residential Treatment Center
76:36