Subsequent (on-going) case narrative recording is composed of a monthly Case Contacts, a Monthly Progress Summary using the NCFAS G+R interim field, (every 90 days), a Risk Reassessment, CS-16e (every 90 days), and a Termination of Services After Care Plan, CD-14D, at the time of closing. These elements must focus on observable changes occurring during the treatment process. They must summarize and record the Children’s Service Worker’s pertinent observations regarding the case contacts.
- Case Contacts must be entered in FACES at least every 30 days following the assessment and initiation of the service plan.
- A Monthly Progress Summary must be completed in FACES at least every 30 days following the assessment and initiation of the service plan to determine and document progress towards treatment goals.
All narrative recording must be authorized by the worker and approved by the supervisor as indication of accuracy and accountability.