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CWLA Standards for In-Home Aide Services for Children and Their Families

As a child welfare service, the area of in-home aide contributes to the agency's mandate to ensure that children have the care and protection they need when, for any number of reasons, their own parents or caregivers are temporarily unable to provide it. These standards (published in 1989) examine in-home aide services as a child welfare service; social work services; team members' responsibilities and qualifications; recruitment, training, and supervision of in-home aides; and supporting an in-home aide program. Contains recommended caseload standards.






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