ARC Reflections Facilitator Guide for Session Eight

Who Are You? All About Identity

Training Curriculum

This ARC Reflections Training Curriculum walks a facilitator — slide by slide — through each session’s content. Session eight helps facilitators show caregivers ways to support positive identity in children and teens in their homes. Caregivers contribute profoundly to this sense of self, even for children and teens in brief placements.

October 12, 2017

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ARC Reflections Facilitator Guide for Session Nine

Endings and Beginnings

Training Curriculum

This ARC Reflections Training Curriculum walks a facilitator — slide by slide — through each session’s content. Session nine emphasizes that not all endings are the same, transitions can be challenging for children and teens in foster care and foster parents can support a positive transition in a number of ways.

October 12, 2017

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ARC Reflections Survey and Feedback Materials

Training Curriculum

ARC Reflections is a series of facilitator guides dedicated to developing foster parents and caregivers understanding of traumatic stress. These survey and feedback materials help evaluate whether participants are gaining knowledge and skills as a result of the training and gather information on how to make improvements in training facilitation and logistics.

October 12, 2017

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ARC Reflections Tells Olivia’s Story

Training Curriculum

ARC Reflections is a training curriculum to develop foster parents and caregivers’ understanding of traumatic stress, increase their own emotional regulation and provide tools to support their parenting skills. Olivia’s Story connects the training's nine sessions to the experiences of a youth in foster care.

October 12, 2017

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Implementing ARC Reflections for Foster Parents

A Guide for Child Welfare Agencies

Training Curriculum

ARC Reflections is a training curriculum to develop foster parents and caregivers’ understanding of traumatic stress, increase their own emotional regulation and provide tools to support their parenting skills. This implementation guide serves as a primer for child welfare agencies interested in installing the curriculum within their existing in-service foster care training program.

October 12, 2017

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ARC Reflections Case Manager Guide for Sessions One Through Nine

Training Curriculum

ARC Reflections is a training curriculum to develop foster parents and caregivers’ understanding of traumatic stress, increase their own emotional regulation and provide tools to support their parenting skills. The case manager guide helps agency staff support foster parents as they learn ARC concepts in discussions, action and evaluation.

October 12, 2017

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Helping Children and Parents Succeed Together

An Update on the Dunbar Learning Complex

Report

In 2010, with support from the Casey Foundation and others, the Dunbar Learning Complex opened in southwest Atlanta. Its goal? Help parents and their children succeed together. This report offers an early look at the Dunbar Learning Complex’s work to date. 

October 2, 2017

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Operationalizing Equity

Putting the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Racial and Ethnic Equity and Inclusion Framework Into Action

Report

Grantmaking organizations across the country are making race and ethnic equity a priority. In this report, the Annie E. Casey Foundation shares its own journey in implementing equity throughout its operations.

July 27, 2017

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The Road to Adulthood

Aligning Child Welfare Practice With Adolescent Brain Development

Report

With knowledge of how the adolescent brain matures, adults can do more to ensure that the road leaving foster care will take young people to self-sufficiency and successful adulthood. And this guide tells how.

July 22, 2017

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