The NEATS: A Child & Family Assessment

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The NEATS is a child and family assessment that focuses on five areas that research has established as fundamental to child development and development over the life course. These areas are neurobiology, executive function, attachment, trauma, and self regulation. The title NEATS draws from the first letter of each of the five areas. The goal of a NEATS assessment is the development of case plans characterized by interventions that build on client strengths. To do so, practitioners identify risks and adversities as well as resources, competencies, strengths, and resilience processes in the multiple ecologies in which children and their families live their lives. The result is a case plan that uses resources to help manage risk and adversities and thus to promote optimal child and family functioning.
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  • By Jane Gilgun
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Useful for Social Workers, Child Psychologists, and School Counselors " The NEATS assessment is based on the best we know about child and family functioning. The NEATS will guide you to do comprehensive assessments of children and their families, help you organize the information, and help you to decide on the next steps for children and their families. Free download. NEATS stands for Neurobiology, Executive Function, Attachment, Trauma, and Self-Regulation
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September 30, 2011
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