Authority Determination Protocol (ADP)

Authority Determination Protocol (ADP)

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CATEGORY: Case Management Training

The Child and Family Services Authorities Regulation requires that the Authority Determination Protocol (ADP) be completed for every family or person that requires child and family services. The ADP determines which child and family service Authority is the most culturally appropriate for a family or person.

The adult members of the family may choose the culturally appropriate Authority or any other Authority. The ADP is normally completed in an interview with the adult members of the family. The interview is used to explain the purpose of the ADP and to collect information about the culture of origin of each member of a family or person.


Some of the topics in this workshop include:

  • What does the ADP do?
  • Administering the ADP?
  • The Consent Process?
  • When is the ADP complete?
  • Transfer to Ongoing Service Provider
  • Request for Change of Authority Service 

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