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Sleep Easy Knowing Your Clients Are Safe –
All While Staying Above Water on Paperwork
If you’re a direct support professional responsible for assessing the safety of children and families, you’re no stranger to lying awake at the 2AM Doubting Hour. The internal dialogue probably sounds something like this:
“Did I make the right decision?”
“I know she said she’d never use in front of Tom,
but how can I be sure?”
“It feels like her life is in my hands –
but I can’t be there 24/7.”
And hey, if you’re worrying?
That means you’re thoughtful.
That means you care.
And we get it - this job is not easy. Assessing safety, whether initial or ongoing, is tough, high-stakes, and can sometimes feel like we’re tasked with predicting the future.
We know you want your clients to be safe, and that you need a way to help them get there that doesn’t leave you drowning in meaningless paperwork and doubt.
That’s why we’ve combined our 10,000+ hours of experience consulting with front-line staff, supervisors, and directors in 7 countries to bring you a mini-course that will help you confidently craft impactful, tailored safety plans with families that actually make a difference.
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Your Course Developer
The SafeGenerations Team has worked with policymakers, researchers, and field experts like you to develop this course. The full-time team (Andrea Robideau, Bill Schulenberg, Sarah Sundman and Sherry Amelse) has more than 50+ combined years of experience in direct practice counseling youth and families as well as safety and well-being planning with families who are involved in child welfare. They know first-hand what it takes to learn and grow in the practice of asking questions and leading conversations. SafeGenerations has provided training and consulting services to more than 70 jurisdictions across the United States and Canada to date. SafeGenerations offers training, consulting, and implementation services as well as practical technology tools to serve the whole organization - from frontline practitioners to the executive leaders.