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The Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare Releases Two New Online Learning Modules!

The Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare (CASCW) has developed, in collaboration with faculty members, a series of online learning modules, designed to present the latest practice-relevant child welfare research from top researchers at the University of Minnesota in a format that is timely, efficient and easy to use for today's busy child welfare professionals.

This week, CASCW is adding to its library of online learning modules with the release of two new modules on the following topics:

Social Supports for Parents with Disabilities (1.0 CEH available) This module helps the viewer understand the assumptions and contexts in which parents with disabilities live. It presents current research on social supports for parents with disabilities

Promoting Placement Stability (1.0 CEHs available) This module provides information about the importance of placement stability, introduces research findings on risk factors and protective factors related to placement stability, and explains how these findings can be used to reduce the risk of unplanned placement disruptions

Watch for the release of several NEW online learning modules on exciting and timely topics in child welfare to be released by CASCW throughout the summer!

For more information on CASCW's online learning modules, visit:

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