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How and Why to Communicate with Parties and the Court

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It feels like I am forever being asked why a person or family with an interest in a child, like a foster parent, doesn’t know about a court date; or isn’t asked about how the child is doing in their home; or isn’t informed about changes in the child’s life, including even a change in placement. Join to learn how to advocate for yourself and the child and get a road map and tips on How and Why to Communicate with Parties and the Court.

Presented by: Ashley Willcott

J.D., Certified Child Welfare Law Specialist

Top Legal Analyst, Consultant, Juvenile Court Judge &Trial Attorney

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Very informative, great learning experience.

informative information

THIS WAS A GOOD MATCH FOR ME

good info

Good information

This course was helpful

Very informative

Very informative

Glad to have taken this course as a we try to navigate this aspect of foster care.

Excellent

Extremely informative and helpful.

Good info

Good info for those new to the system

Great Resources

All foster parents need to empower themself with tools to self advocate, thank you for this education.

Very informative, self advocacy is a must.

Awesome class, learned alot.

Great course.

Very knowledgeable to understand we are mandated reporter's

Floyd neese

Very informative

Great refresher. Every foster parent needs to hear this.

GOOD COURSE

So much useful information!

Very informative

very informative

Very informative.

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