General Overview of CTAC Assessment
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This contains a general sketch of the CTAC Assessment Process which will be covered in detail in Modules 2-5 as well as during Phase III Residency at CTAC

This contains a general sketch of the CTAC Assessment Process which will be covered in detail in Modules 2-5 as well as during Phase III Residency at CTAC

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Western Michigan University SW MI Children’s Trauma Assessment Center
  • 3. WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY?
  • 4.  
  • 5. History
    • 1999: A Perceived Need Is Verified
    • Started with only $25,000 from two small grants and University resources
    • First child in March 2000
  • 6. Mission To provide comprehensive assessment of traumatized children ages birth to 18 years and share recommendations to caretakers and responsible persons.
  • 7. Address the impact of trauma and subsequent changes in the child’s behavior, development, and relationships
  • 8. Philosophy Children who are traumatized are often found to have significant developmental delays in all domains. These children can effectively be treated when delays are identified at an early age .
  • 9. Services Education and Training Research CTAC COMPONENTS
  • 10. Education and Training SLP OT SW Transdisciplinary Approach
  • 11. Referrals
    • Primary Referrals via Foster Care Case
    • Worker Court referrals
    • Community Mental Health
    • Foster Parent Self Referral
  • 12. Services
    • Comprehensive Medical, Developmental, Pyschosocial Assessment
    • Recommendations for services
    • Medical consultation
  • 13. Assessments
    • Physical Exam: Emphasis on FASD Profile
    3 Salient Features
  • 14. FAS Diagnostic Grid (Univ. of Washington, 1999) 4 Digit Diagnostic Code Grid 4444=FAS --- 1111=WNL PHYSICAL EXAM DEVELOPMENTAL DIAGNOSTIC CODE HISTORY Gestational Alcohol Exposure Growth Face Brain High Some Unknown No risk Definite 4 Probable 3 Possible 2 Unlikely 1 Severe Moderate Mild Absent Significant Moderate Mild None ______ Gestational Alcohol Exp _______ ______ _______ _______ Brain Dysfunction FAS Facial Features Growth Deficiency
  • 15. Assessments
    • Hearing Evaluation
  • 16. Assessments
    • Developmental Assessments (Team Based )
      • Infant and Preschool Inventories (0-6)
      • Neurodevelopmental Examinations (Ages 4-15) ( PEER….PEEX 2…..PEERAMID 2)
  • 17. Assessments
      • Kaufmann Brief Intelligence Test (KBIT)
      • Clinical Observations/Sensory Profile
  • 18. Neurodevelopmental Examinations
    • Gross Motor
    • Sensory Processing
    • Cognition
    • Graphic/Fine Motor
    • Speech/Language
    • Social Communication
  • 19. Psychosocial Assessments… CBCL: Child Behavior Checklist Play Based Interview Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC) Draw a Person Test Reactive Attachment Disorder Questionnaire (RADQ) Child Sexual Behavior Inventory (CSBI)
  • 20. Post Assessment
    • Report to Case Manager and Caregiver
    • Report to Court
    • Recommendations for Services
  • 21. Research Projects
    • CTAC in the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
    • www.nctsn.org
    Research
  • 22. Major Research Funding 2003-2012
    • Trauma Informed Child Welfare Systems Change (SAMHSA)
    • Development and Study of School-Based Intervention Project (SAMHSA and OJJ-Safe Start)
    Total: 4 million
  • 23. Research Projects
    • Development and Study of School-Based Intervention Project
      • PreSchool…Elementary…..Middle…Secondary…
    • Creating Trauma Informed Communities
  • 24.