Training Topic 4: Child and Youth Service Planning (cont)
Documentation (section update)
This section has been almost completely rewritten as follows:
The CPS worker must be present at the child's service planning meeting in order to utilize the Child Service Plan format outlined below.
If the CPS worker does not attend the service planning meeting, the CPS worker is responsible for completing the entire Child Service Plan or Child Service Plan Review.
During the Service Planning Meeting
- During the service planning meeting, the provider case manager will complete the child/youth's Treatment Plan.
- The provider case manager will ensure all participants sign the Treatment Plan.
- The provider case manager will send via email the CPS worker and OCOK care coordinator a copy of the completed and signed Treatment Plan within 5 days after the service planning meeting.
- The CPS worker is responsible for ensuring the family service plan is developed, reviewed, and/or updated during each service planning meeting.
- OCOK, the provider case manager, and CPS will share and exchange with each other any relevant external assessments, evaluations, progress notes, medical/dental forms, diligent search results for relatives and/or parents, and other documents related to care of the child.