Monitoring and Oversight of Psychotropic Medications for Children in Foster Care in North Carolina
Hear directly from North Carolina experts about this important area of child welfare practice. Topics covered include: basics about psychotropic medications, A+KIDS—our state’s registry for those who prescribe antipsychotic medications to children, partnering with CCNC, informed consent, and working with birth parents and prescribers.
Kevin Kelley, Chief of the Child Welfare Services Section at the NC Division of Social Services
Jerry McKee, Associate Director of Behavioral Health Pharmacy Programs at Community Care of North Carolina
Charlene Sampson, Pharmacist with the Outpatient Pharmacy Program, NC Division of Medical Assistance
Matt Hillman, Supervisor, Therapeutic & Specialized Foster Care Services, Catawba County DSS