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South African Theological Seminary Christian Counselling Conference 17 th May 2008 “Alternative Parenting: A South African Theological Seminary Christian Counselling Conference 17 th May 2008 “Alternative Parenting: A Solution To The OVC Challenge In South Africa ? ” PRESENTED BY GERT J JONKER, CHIEF EXECUTIVE, THE BETHANY HOUSE TRUST 1

The Bethany House Trust n n n n Established 1998 Project of Child in The Bethany House Trust n n n n Established 1998 Project of Child in Crisis Foundation (SA) Registered Children’s Charity (Supreme Court) Registered Non Profit Organisation (NGO) Registered Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) Mentorship program Zimbabwe Sister program USA – Cambodia / China 2

The Bethany House Trust (cont) n n n Residential Care n Babies n Toddlers The Bethany House Trust (cont) n n n Residential Care n Babies n Toddlers n Boys <14 n Girls <14 n Independent Living Unit Boys >14 n Girls >14 with behaviour challenges n Shelter Street Kids Socio-Legal Centre n Intermediary Program Child Witnesses n Therapy – Schools n Reality Check – Substance Abuse n Crisis Line n Investigations Community Counselling n Statutory Social Work – Children & Families in Muldersdrift n Ikusasa – Schools n OVC (including CHH) Centre of Learning n Research n Curriculum Development n PPP n Master n APP n FRP Advocacy / Networking 3

Introduction: Unique Challenges I Think I’m adopted… 4 Introduction: Unique Challenges I Think I’m adopted… 4

Introduction: Unique Challenges We’re not your real parents… 5 Introduction: Unique Challenges We’re not your real parents… 5

Introduction 6 Introduction 6

Introduction: Constitutional Framework 7 Introduction: Constitutional Framework 7

Introduction: Constitutional Framework 8 Introduction: Constitutional Framework 8

Introduction: Constitutional Framework 9 Introduction: Constitutional Framework 9

Vicious cycle undermining social services for children 10 Vicious cycle undermining social services for children 10

Number & proportion children living SA by province 11 Number & proportion children living SA by province 11

Number & proportion children living SA by population 12 Number & proportion children living SA by population 12

Number & proportion children living SA by age 13 Number & proportion children living SA by age 13

Number & proportion children living SA by gender 14 Number & proportion children living SA by gender 14

Number & proportion maternal orphans living SA 15 Number & proportion maternal orphans living SA 15

Number & proportion paternal orphans living SA 16 Number & proportion paternal orphans living SA 16

Number & proportion double orphans living SA 17 Number & proportion double orphans living SA 17

Total number & proportion orphans living SA 18 Total number & proportion orphans living SA 18

Number & proportion children living child-headed households 19 Number & proportion children living child-headed households 19

Number & proportion children living in poverty SA 20 Number & proportion children living in poverty SA 20

Number & proportion children receiving CSP 21 Number & proportion children receiving CSP 21

Number & proportion children receiving Foster Grant 22 Number & proportion children receiving Foster Grant 22

Number & proportion children attending school 23 Number & proportion children attending school 23

Number & proportion children going hunger 24 Number & proportion children going hunger 24

Infant mortality rate 25 Infant mortality rate 25

HIV prevalence among children SA 26 HIV prevalence among children SA 26

Child deaths due to AIDS in SA 27 Child deaths due to AIDS in SA 27

Number & proportion children living child-headed households 28 Number & proportion children living child-headed households 28

Shift in emphasis types of service interventions 29 Shift in emphasis types of service interventions 29

Cost of implementing new Child Care Act 30 Cost of implementing new Child Care Act 30

“Alternative Parenting” n n n Place of Safety Parent Foster Parent Adoptive Parent 31 “Alternative Parenting” n n n Place of Safety Parent Foster Parent Adoptive Parent 31

“Alternative Parenting” n n Quick Cost Effective Sustainable Benefits Generations 32 “Alternative Parenting” n n Quick Cost Effective Sustainable Benefits Generations 32

“Alternative Parenting – What is foster care? ” 33 “Alternative Parenting – What is foster care? ” 33

“Alternative Parenting – Children who can be placed in foster care? ” 34 “Alternative Parenting – Children who can be placed in foster care? ” 34

“Alternative Parenting – Who can become an alternative parent? ” 35 “Alternative Parenting – Who can become an alternative parent? ” 35

“Alternative Parenting – Legal implications? ” 36 “Alternative Parenting – Legal implications? ” 36

The Bethany House Model n Professional Parenting Program (PPP) n n n Master Training The Bethany House Model n Professional Parenting Program (PPP) n n n Master Training Program Alternative Parenting Program Family Reconstruction Program 37

The Bethany House Model n Alternative Parenting Program (APP) n n n Khulisani Abantwana The Bethany House Model n Alternative Parenting Program (APP) n n n Khulisani Abantwana Bethu Tertiary recognition Three Modules (Raise Our Children) n PERSONAL AND INTERPERSONAL ABILITIES AND SKILLS REQUIRED FOR PROFESSIONAL PARENTING n ALTERNATIVE CARE: LEGISLATION, REQUIREMENTS AND OBJECTIVES n THE DYNAMICS SURROUNDING PROFESSIONAL PARENTING 38

The Bethany House Model n Five key components to this program n n n The Bethany House Model n Five key components to this program n n n Theoretical training Support Practical work Work assignments Related activities such as interviews, screening visits, supervision, and telephone calls. 39

The Bethany House Model n n n Training: Preparation (100 hrs), self study (25 The Bethany House Model n n n Training: Preparation (100 hrs), self study (25 hrs) & workshops (25 hrs) 150 hrs & 15 credits Work assignments (100 hrs) & Portfolios (35 hrs) 135 hrs / 13. 5 credits Practical work in childcare environment 300 hrs / 30 credits Interviews, screening & supervision during training period 15 hrs / 1. 5 credits Total: 600 hrs / 60 credits 40

The Bethany House Model n n n Phase One: Preparation Phase Two: Screening Phase The Bethany House Model n n n Phase One: Preparation Phase Two: Screening Phase Three: Pre-placement Phase Four: Placement Phase Five: Post-placement (Support) 41

The Bethany House Model n n n Fall out rate of <2% vs. industry The Bethany House Model n n n Fall out rate of <2% vs. industry standard 65% 90% placement rate from residential care facilities Unblock child abuse management system 42

Conclusion n n Godly tool to serve OVC’s Strategic partners n Training n n Conclusion n n Godly tool to serve OVC’s Strategic partners n Training n n n Regional Master Trainer/s Alternative Parent training Service delivery partners n n NGO’s Parents 43

Thank you Contact: Gert J Jonker Chief Executive Officer Bethany House Trust Tel: +27 Thank you Contact: Gert J Jonker Chief Executive Officer Bethany House Trust Tel: +27 82 900 7832 or +27 11 660 2763 Email: [email protected] org. za Postal Address: PO Box 6 PAARDEKRAAL 1752, South Africa Physical Address: 21 Potgieter Street Monument 44 MOGALE CITY




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