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Message ID: 10885
Date: 2021-02-25

Author:Barth, Rick

Subject:RE: Best Practices for Parent-Child Visitation

This is very helpful. Thank you. I would also like to lift up the Quality Parenting Initiative which focuses on strengthening the relationship between foster parent and birth parents to make sure that birth parents are called early and often and encourages contact with birth parents about how the post-visit experience went. Although it’s not a “visitation” practice, per se, it’s a set of tools that can be used flexibly to support visitation. https://www.qpi4kids.org/what-is-qpi/ Rick Richard P. Barth, PhD, MSW (he/him/his) Professor and Chair, Executive Committee of the Grand Challenges for Social Work University of Maryland School of Social Work Baltimore, MD 21210 410 706 3371 rbarth@ssw.umaryland.edu https://www.ssw.umaryland.edu/ , STRENGTHENING SOCIETY https://grandchallengesforsocialwork.org/ From: bounce-125418129-26628876@list.cornell.edu On Behalf Of Graham, Chris (DCYF) Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 11:06 AM To: child-maltreatment-research-L@cornell.edu Subject: Best Practices for Parent-Child Visitation CAUTION: This message originated from a non-UMB email system. Hover over any links before clicking and use caution opening attachments. For those of you interested in parent-child visitation, we are happy to make available this resource: Topical Brief: Best Practices for Parent-Child Visitation >. Chris J. C. Graham, Ph.D. Senior Researcher in Child Welfare Office of Innovation, Alignment & Accountability

This is very helpful. Thank you. I would also like to lift up the Quality Parenting Initiative which focuses on strengthening the relationship between foster parent and birth parents to make sure that birth parents are called early and often and encourages contact with birth parents about how the post-visit experience went. Although it’s not a “visitation” practice, per se, it’s a set of tools that can be used flexibly to support visitation. https://www.qpi4kids.org/what-is-qpi/ Rick Richard P. Barth, PhD, MSW (he/him/his) Professor and Chair, Executive Committee of the Grand Challenges for Social Work University of Maryland School of Social Work Baltimore, MD 21210 410 706 3371 rbarthssw.umaryland.edu https://www.ssw.umaryland.edu/ , STRENGTHENING SOCIETY https://grandchallengesforsocialwork.org/ From: bounce-125418129-26628876list.cornell.edu On Behalf Of Graham, Chris (DCYF) Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 11:06 AM To: child-maltreatment-research-Lcornell.edu Subject: Best Practices for Parent-Child Visitation CAUTION: This message originated from a non-UMB email system. Hover over any links before clicking and use caution opening attachments. For those of you interested in parent-child visitation, we are happy to make available this resource: Topical Brief: Best Practices for Parent-Child Visitation >. Chris J. C. Graham, Ph.D. Senior Researcher in Child Welfare Office of Innovation, Alignment & Accountability