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100

Parents/Caregivers should be viewed as the __________ on their child/family.

What is an Expert?

100

A basic yet imperative element to partnering with others. 

What is communication?

100

Physical, Emotional, Intellectual, Spiritual and Cultural are examples of this.

What are boundaries?

100

The context and meaning of this is a lens people use to process experiences, events, values, actions and expectations. 

What is culture?

100

SED stands for this.

What is Severe Emotional Disturbance?

200

Shared decision making and responsibility for outcomes is an important principle of this.

What is Family Driven Care?

200

As a PSP you will promote ___________ between parents and service providers. 

What are partnerships?

200

Believing that abuse or neglect is happening within one of your families, after speaking with your supervisor you make a report to MDHHS. 

What is a Mandated Reporter?

200

Culture is broader than these three categories.

What are Race, Religion and Ethnicity?

200

The meaning of FD/YG.

What is Family Driven, Youth Guided?

300

Name two kinds of competent supports that are a defining piece of Family Driven/Youth Guided.

What are culturally and linguistically competent?

300

In the PSP/Parent partnership, the parent should feel _____________ to ask for what is needed/wanted.

 What is Empowered?

300

3 of the 6 ways to enter System of Care.

What are:

   JJ/Court,    CMH,    Schools,    Child Welfare/DHS,                     Self-Referral,    Public Health?

300

When family culture is ignored the family is at risk of not receiving support they need, or worse, receiving assistance that is _________________. 

What is harmful?

300

Often thought to be a program, this is actually a philosophy of how to deliver care. 

What is System of Care?

400

Youth having the right to be empowered, informed and part of the decision making process is called this.

What is Youth Guided?

400

These are 3 characteristics of an authentic partnership.

What are Trust, Shared Power, Equity, Shared Values/Beliefs, Respect? 

400

The 3 'R's of Engagement.

What are Real Conversations about real issues, Reducing Stigma, and Recognizing Barriers?
400

>White Privilege

>Heterosexual Privilege

>Educational Privilege

>Geographic Privilege

What are examples of areas of Privilege and Oppression?

400

HIPAA is an acronym for this.

What is the Health Information Portability Accountability Act?

500

The three levels of Family Driven/Youth Guided.

What are Child & Family, Service Delivery, and System Level?

500

Key aspects of the characteristics of effective partnership through Problem-Solving. 

What are 'open to ideas', 'feedback', and 'accepting responsibility for mistakes'?

500

>Collaboration, problem-solving, communication skills

>Promotes family voice to be heard, understood

>Experience in system of care

>Reduces sense of isolation, stigma

>Provides hope

What are the Benefits of Parent Support Partners?

500

>OK to Disagree

>NOT OK to blame, shame or attack

>Practice both/and thinking

>Maintain confidentiality

>Be aware of intent and impact

What are culturally competent 'Guidelines for Dialogue'?

500

Schools providing Special Education for children with supports like an IEP need to provide learning in this, also known as 'LRE'.

What is Least Restrictive Environment?

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