Continuing Education

Continuing Education for Volunteers

CASA volunteers are responsible for completing 12 hours of continuing education each year. The books, articles and movies listed below all qualify for continuing education credit, as do the CASA Cafe events organized by CASA of Middlesex County. This list is not exhaustive. Talk to your supervisor if you have any questions about what qualifies as continuing education. When you complete continuing education hours please contact your supervisor so the hours can be recorded.

Abused, L.L. Bartlett and Lorraine Bartlett 
A Child Called It, Dave Pelzer
A Piece of Cake, Cupcake Brown
Close up, Szabina Dudevszky 
Crank; Glass; Impulse, Ellen Hopkins 
Damaged, Cathy Glass
Do Father’s Matter, Paul Raeburn 
Finding Anna, Trish Kaye Lleone and Doris Parker Roberts
Growing up with a Schizophrenic Mother, Margaret, J. Brown
Healing the Incest Wound, Christine A. Courtois 
Hear These Voices, Anthony Allison
In Their Own Voices, Rita James Simon
Loud in the House of Myself, Stacy Pershall 
One Kid at a Time, Jake Dekker 
One Small Boat, Kathy Harrison
Orphan Train, Christina Baker Kline
Stop Crying, Kooper Salmo
That Mean Old Yesterday, Stacey Patton 
The Foster Parenting Toolbox, Kim Phagan-Hansel
The Glass Castle, Jeannette Walls
The Lost Children of Wilder, Nina Bernstein
Three Little Words, Ashley Rhodes-Courter
To the End of June, Cris Beam

Adopted (2008) 
An American Crime (2007) 
Antwone Fisher (2002) 
Canvas (2006) 
Children of the System (TV show) (2014) 
From Place to Place (2011) 
Gracie’s Choice (2004) 
Homeless to Harvard (2003)
L.I.E. (2001) 
My Flesh and Blood (2003) 
Of 2 Minds (2012) 
Postcard to Daddy (2010) 
Precious (2009) 
Sexy Baby (2012) 
Short Term 12 (2013) 
Sybil (1976 or 2007) 
The Dark Matter of Love (2012) 
The Heart is Deceitful Above all Things (2004) 
What about Father’s? (2012)

Effective Communication Skills


Writing Court Reports

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