The pivotal role of child welfare supervisors in implementing an agency's practice model
This article describes the essential role of supervision in the implementation of child welfare practice models with a focus on one agency's permanency practice model. The authors outline the essential components of child welfare supervision and related supervisory activities that promote a practice model designed to ensure that children and youth in foster care achieve safety, permanency and well-being.
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