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

Course description

Through information, materials and activities created by Casey Family Programs and other experts, we will explore what permanency actually means for all of our children, regardless of special needs, diagnoses, and cognitive, physical or emotional disabilities. 
We’ll look at national outcomes for children who age-out of foster care and talk about action steps that we as professionals in the dependency system can take to ensure this does not happen to the children we represent. 
We will also hear from one adoptive parent who adopted a child from foster care with special needs and their story.
Speakers: Suzanne Parker and Tabitha Lambert

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

The Value of Permanency for All Children