Findings And Order On Post 18 Extended Foster Care {JU 03.0540} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Washington

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Findings And Order On Post 18 Extended Foster Care {JU 03.0540}

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Findings and Order on Post-18 Extended Foster Care (OR18FC) - Page 1 of 4 WPF JU 03.0540 (06/2018) - JuCR 3.9; RCW 13.34.138, .145, .267 Superior Court of Washington County of Juvenile Court Dependency of: D.O.B.: No : Findings and Order on Post-18 Extended Foster Care (Extending Dependency) (OR18FC) Clerk222s Action Required. Paragraph 3.3, 3.8, and the boxes below. The court will hear dependency review permanency planning (type of hearing) on (date) at a.m./p.m. at: Court, Room/Department: , located at: . Additional Clerk222s Action Required: Enter the code(s) that apply. About today222s hearing: Was adequate and timely notice given to the child222s caregiver? Yes (CGATN) No (CGNATN) Did the court receive a caregiver report? Yes (CGRR) / No The caregiver appeared. Did the court give the caregiver an opportunity to be heard? Yes / No I. Hearing 1.1 The court held a hearing on (date). 1.2 The following persons appeared at the hearing: The Youth The Youth222s Lawyer DSHS/DCYF Worker DSHS/DCYF222s Lawyer Tribal Representative Current Caregiver Other 1.3 The order is agreed contested. The court considered the relevant files, records, and arguments, if any. The court heard testimony from: . American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Findings and Order on Post-18 Extended Foster Care (OR18FC) - Page 2 of 4 WPF JU 03.0540 (06/2018) - JuCR 3.9; RCW 13.34.138, .145, .267 II. Findings 2.1 Agreed extended foster care The youth: agrees, to participate in the extended foster care program; is dependent and 18 years of age; and on the youth222s 18th birthday: was not able to engage in any of the activities described below due to a documented medical condition. was enrolled in a secondary education program (or its equivalency); or was enrolled and participating in a postsecondary academic or vocational education program or has applied for and demonstrated that he or she intends to timely enroll in a postsecondary academic or vocational program; or was participating in a program or activity designed to promote employment or remove barriers to employment. was employed for 80 hours or more per month. 2.2 Child222s Indian status: On this date On , the court asked each participant on the record whether the participant knows or has reason to know the child is an Indian child. There is not a reason to know the child is an Indian child as defined in RCW 13.38.040 and 25 U.S.C. 247 1903(4), based upon prior findings and order(s). The Federal and Washington State Indian Child Welfare Acts do not apply to these proceedings. There is reason to know the child is an Indian child as defined in RCW 13.38.040 and 25 U.S.C. 247 1903(4), based upon prior findings and order(s). The Federal and Washington State Indian Child Welfare Acts apply to this proceeding. The notice and evidentiary requirements of the Federal and Washington State Indian Child Welfare Acts were found in previous hearings and are incorporated here by reference. DSHS/DCYF made active efforts by actively working with the parent, parents, or Indian Custodian to engage them in remedial services and rehabilitative programs to prevent the breakup of the Indian family beyond simply providing referrals to such services, but those efforts have been unsuccessful. Other: . 2.3 The youth is receiving extended foster care services, is a party to these proceedings, and should be appointed counsel under RCW 13.34.267, or has already been appointed counsel, and that appointment should continue. 2.4 The youth is receiving extended foster care services and should remain in the placement and care authority of DSHS/DCYF to be placed or remain in foster care in: Relative care with (name). Relative placement, although preferred, is not in the best interest of the youth and the youth shall continue or be placed in: Foster home. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Findings and Order on Post-18 Extended Foster Care (OR18FC) - Page 3 of 4 WPF JU 03.0540 (06/2018) - JuCR 3.9; RCW 13.34.138, .145, .267 Placement with a suitable person (name). Placement with an adoptive parent or other person with whom the child222s siblings or half-siblings live. Supervised independent living setting as follows: . Other: . 2.5 The youth is developing independent living skills and is making progress toward transitioning to full independence within the capacity limits of the youth. It is anticipated the youth will achieve the transition to full independence by . 2.6 The permanent plan for this youth is independent living. 2.7 DSHS/DCYF has made reasonable efforts to implement and finalize the permanent plan for the youth. 2.8 Progress has been made toward finalizing the child222s permanent plan. 2.9 Other: . III. Order 3.1 The youth remains dependent and court supervision shall continue. 3.2 The youth agrees to participate in the extended foster care program, is eligible for the program, and remains in the placement and care authority of the DSHS/DCYF. 3.3 The youth222s parent/guardian/custodian (name(s)) are dismissed from the dependency proceeding. 3.4 The youth is receiving extended foster care services, is a party to these proceedings, and: is appointed counsel (name), or has already been appointed counsel, and the appointment continues. 3.5 The permanent plan for this youth is Independent Living. 3.6 The youth shall be in the placement and care authority of DSHS/DCYF for placement in foster care in: Foster home. Relative placement with (name). The home of a suitable person (name). The home of an adoptive parent or other person with whom the child222s siblings or half-siblings live. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Findings and Order on Post-18 Extended Foster Care (OR18FC) - Page 4 of 4 WPF JU 03.0540 (06/2018) - JuCR 3.9; RCW 13.34.138, .145, .267 Supervised independent living setting as follows: Other: . 3.7 Other: . The court recognizes that the youth is an adult for other purposes, and therefore recognizes that the youth may do the following without prior court approval: . 3.8 All parties shall appear at the next scheduled hearing (see page one). Dated: Judge/Commissioner Presented by: Signature Print Name/Title WSBA No. Copy Received; Approved for Entry; Notice of Presentation Waived: Signature of Youth Signature of Youth222s Lawyer Print Name WSBA No. Signature of DSHS/DCYF Representative Signature of DSHS/DCYF Representative222s Lawyer Print Name Print Name WSBA No. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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