Child Court Recommendation

Child Court Recommendation

Assignment OverviewUnit 5 – Individual Project ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION Deliverable Length: 2 pages OBJECTIVES Once a juveniles enter the system, an intervention team is set up to address the best interests of the child and that child’s future potential. Intervention teams get together to share their professional opinions on what the child needs and often require to submit a form of presentencing report to the judge. As this class progressed, you explored Sarah’s major life events from the age of 5–17 years old. Sometimes, children get stuck in the system. Also need court intervention to help them and their families. This means that the youth services professionals who have been working with Sarah all this time may have to come together to provide a recommendation to the court on what is likely to help Sarah the best now that she is a teenager and almost an adult.

Judges rely on the information in these court reports as they make their decisions. The court report provides a way to systematically organize pertinent information. To give the court a clear mental image of the child’s situation. Based on all of your study and your interactions with your peers throughout this course. You will complete the following. Provide a recommendation to the court on what you think should happen with Sarah and her family for the next year until she turns 18. Include any relevant information that you learned from your peers throughout this course in their service provider roles. Also be sure to address the following in your report. Keys to a successful report: The four Cs. Clear, concise, complete, and consistent Child-focused, Current, first-hand, factual information. Written with objective not subjective observations and statements Strength-based Concerns based on information gathered Recommendations based on concerns

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