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43-1314.02. Caregiverinformation form; development; provided to caregiver.(1)The court shall provide a caregiver information form or directions on downloading such form from the SupremeCourt Internet web site to the foster parent, preadoptive parent,guardian, or relative providing care for the child when giving notice of acourt review described in section 43-1314. The form is to be dated and signedby the caregiver and shall, at a minimum, request the following:(a) The child's name, age, and date of birth;(b) The name of the caregiver, his or her telephone numberand address, and whether the caregiver is a foster parent, preadoptive parent,guardian, or relative;(c) How long the child has been in the caregiver's care;(d) A current picture of the child;(e) The current status of the child's medical, dental, andgeneral physical condition;(f) The current status of the child's emotional condition;(g) The current status of the child's education;(h) Whether or not the child is a special education studentand the date of the last individualized educational plan;(i) A brief description of the child's social skills andpeer relationships;(j) A brief description of the child's special interestsand activities;(k) A brief description of the child's reactions before,during, and after visits;(l) Whether or not the child is receiving all necessary services;(m) The date and place of each visit by the caseworker withthe child;(n) A description of the method by which the guardian adlitem has acquired information about the child; and(o) Whether or not the caregiver can make a permanent commitmentto the child if the child does not return home.(2) A caregiver information form shall be developed by theSupreme Court. Such form shall be made a part of the record in each courtthat reviews the child's foster care proceedings. SourceLaws 2007, LB457, § 1; Laws 2009, LB35, § 28.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-1314_02

43-1314.02. Caregiverinformation form; development; provided to caregiver.(1)The court shall provide a caregiver information form or directions on downloading such form from the SupremeCourt Internet web site to the foster parent, preadoptive parent,guardian, or relative providing care for the child when giving notice of acourt review described in section 43-1314. The form is to be dated and signedby the caregiver and shall, at a minimum, request the following:(a) The child's name, age, and date of birth;(b) The name of the caregiver, his or her telephone numberand address, and whether the caregiver is a foster parent, preadoptive parent,guardian, or relative;(c) How long the child has been in the caregiver's care;(d) A current picture of the child;(e) The current status of the child's medical, dental, andgeneral physical condition;(f) The current status of the child's emotional condition;(g) The current status of the child's education;(h) Whether or not the child is a special education studentand the date of the last individualized educational plan;(i) A brief description of the child's social skills andpeer relationships;(j) A brief description of the child's special interestsand activities;(k) A brief description of the child's reactions before,during, and after visits;(l) Whether or not the child is receiving all necessary services;(m) The date and place of each visit by the caseworker withthe child;(n) A description of the method by which the guardian adlitem has acquired information about the child; and(o) Whether or not the caregiver can make a permanent commitmentto the child if the child does not return home.(2) A caregiver information form shall be developed by theSupreme Court. Such form shall be made a part of the record in each courtthat reviews the child's foster care proceedings. SourceLaws 2007, LB457, § 1; Laws 2009, LB35, § 28.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-1314_02

43-1314.02. Caregiverinformation form; development; provided to caregiver.(1)The court shall provide a caregiver information form or directions on downloading such form from the SupremeCourt Internet web site to the foster parent, preadoptive parent,guardian, or relative providing care for the child when giving notice of acourt review described in section 43-1314. The form is to be dated and signedby the caregiver and shall, at a minimum, request the following:(a) The child's name, age, and date of birth;(b) The name of the caregiver, his or her telephone numberand address, and whether the caregiver is a foster parent, preadoptive parent,guardian, or relative;(c) How long the child has been in the caregiver's care;(d) A current picture of the child;(e) The current status of the child's medical, dental, andgeneral physical condition;(f) The current status of the child's emotional condition;(g) The current status of the child's education;(h) Whether or not the child is a special education studentand the date of the last individualized educational plan;(i) A brief description of the child's social skills andpeer relationships;(j) A brief description of the child's special interestsand activities;(k) A brief description of the child's reactions before,during, and after visits;(l) Whether or not the child is receiving all necessary services;(m) The date and place of each visit by the caseworker withthe child;(n) A description of the method by which the guardian adlitem has acquired information about the child; and(o) Whether or not the caregiver can make a permanent commitmentto the child if the child does not return home.(2) A caregiver information form shall be developed by theSupreme Court. Such form shall be made a part of the record in each courtthat reviews the child's foster care proceedings. SourceLaws 2007, LB457, § 1; Laws 2009, LB35, § 28.

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