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Message ID: 10896
Date: 2021-03-12

Author:XU, YANFENG

Subject:RE: Looking for caseworker satisfaction instruments

Hi all, I am following up with the satisfaction instruments. I am looking for a Likert-type scale to capture kinship caregivers’ satisfaction with kinship navigators or case managers. If you have developed, used, or came across this kind of scale in your state kinship navigator program, I appreciate your information and resources. Thank you. Yanfeng __ Yanfeng Xu, PhD, MSW Assistant Professor Pronouns: She/her/hers 803-777-2215 yanfeng@mailbox.sc.edu College of Social Work University of South Carolina 1512 Pendleton St Hamilton College Columbia, SC 29208 From: Peter Pecora Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 3:25 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researcher List (CMRL) ; clgdavis@ou.edu Subject: RE: Looking for caseworker satisfaction instruments Hi Claudette, We will send you some instruments that we used with different foster care alumni studies in multiple states (4 different studies) and with youth in care with our Casey Family Programs Field offices. Years ago we asked youth in care about how spirituality plays a role in their life, and how they were doing in relation to GLBTQQ issues. That study needs replication and extension. Best of success in your research, Peter Peter J. Pecora, Ph.D. Managing Director of Research Services, and Professor, School of Social Work, University of Washington Pronouns: He/His P 206.270.4936 ppecora@casey.org Click Here to Receive our Latest Publications Building on 50 Years of Investing in Hope | 1966-2016 safe children | strong families | supportive communities casey family programs | casey.org | 2001 Eighth Avenue, Suite 2700 | Seattle, WA 98121 From: bounce-125450136-44915652@list.cornell.edu > on behalf of Grinnell Davis, Claudette L. > Sent: Tuesday, March 9, 2021 4:49 PM To: child-maltreatment-research-l@list.cornell.edu > Subject: Looking for caseworker satisfaction instruments Greetings to everyone: I am looking for a survey instrument, either qualitative or quantitative (ideally both), that asks youths with lived foster care experience (or aged-out youths or care-leavers, depending on the care context) about their experiences with their caseworkers – a bit like a satisfaction survey but a bit deeper into what they liked about their caseworker(s), what they didn’t like, how well they got along, how useful they felt the caseworker was for them, what services they provided, etc. Any help or resources you are willing to provide is appreciated. Many thanks. Claudette L. Grinnell-Davis, PhD, MSW, MS, MTS Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work 4502 E. 41st St. Office 2H19 Tulsa, OK 74135 clgdavis@ou.edu

Hi all, I am following up with the satisfaction instruments. I am looking for a Likert-type scale to capture kinship caregivers’ satisfaction with kinship navigators or case managers. If you have developed, used, or came across this kind of scale in your state kinship navigator program, I appreciate your information and resources. Thank you. Yanfeng __ Yanfeng Xu, PhD, MSW Assistant Professor Pronouns: She/her/hers 803-777-2215 yanfengmailbox.sc.edu College of Social Work University of South Carolina 1512 Pendleton St Hamilton College Columbia, SC 29208 From: Peter Pecora Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 3:25 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researcher List (CMRL) ; clgdavisou.edu Subject: RE: Looking for caseworker satisfaction instruments Hi Claudette, We will send you some instruments that we used with different foster care alumni studies in multiple states (4 different studies) and with youth in care with our Casey Family Programs Field offices. Years ago we asked youth in care about how spirituality plays a role in their life, and how they were doing in relation to GLBTQQ issues. That study needs replication and extension. Best of success in your research, Peter Peter J. Pecora, Ph.D. Managing Director of Research Services, and Professor, School of Social Work, University of Washington Pronouns: He/His P 206.270.4936 ppecoracasey.org Click Here to Receive our Latest Publications Building on 50 Years of Investing in Hope | 1966-2016 safe children | strong families | supportive communities casey family programs | casey.org | 2001 Eighth Avenue, Suite 2700 | Seattle, WA 98121 From: bounce-125450136-44915652list.cornell.edu > on behalf of Grinnell Davis, Claudette L. > Sent: Tuesday, March 9, 2021 4:49 PM To: child-maltreatment-research-llist.cornell.edu > Subject: Looking for caseworker satisfaction instruments Greetings to everyone: I am looking for a survey instrument, either qualitative or quantitative (ideally both), that asks youths with lived foster care experience (or aged-out youths or care-leavers, depending on the care context) about their experiences with their caseworkers – a bit like a satisfaction survey but a bit deeper into what they liked about their caseworker(s), what they didn’t like, how well they got along, how useful they felt the caseworker was for them, what services they provided, etc. Any help or resources you are willing to provide is appreciated. Many thanks. Claudette L. Grinnell-Davis, PhD, MSW, MS, MTS Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work 4502 E. 41st St. Office 2H19 Tulsa, OK 74135 clgdavisou.edu