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Child Foster Care Orientation - Module 3 Post-Test
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1. What kind of physical response to trauma might a child be experiencing when they yell or scream?
2. The brain is unable to change after experiencing a traumatic event.
3. What does the Clark Doll Test illustrate? (choose all that apply)
a. Children have an understanding of race starting at a young age
b. Children cannot understand the concept of race
c. Children tend to prefer people that look like them
d. Even if we do not talk about race, children will develop biases
4. You may request a re-evaluation of your foster care reimbursement rate at any time.
5. Which of the following are common symptoms of a traumatic experience? (choose all that apply)
a. Sleep disturbances
b. Constant retelling of an event
c. Difficulty with concentration
d. Regressive behavior
6. As a caregiver for children, it is possible to experience symptoms similiar to trauma, even if you have never experienced trauma yourself.
7. If a youth discloses their LGBTQ+ identity, what should you NOT do?
a. Use the name and pronoun your youth prefers
b. Reach out for education, resources, and support if needed
c. Share their identity with others you know without asking them
d. Allow LGBTQ+ youth to discuss feelings of attraction and engage in age-appropriate romantic relationships
8. White privilege is perpetuated because those who benefit from it are often unaware it exists.
9. Which of the following can help a child or youth develop a positive racial identity? (choose all that apply)
a. Do not discuss race frequently
b. Acknowledge the existence of prejudice, racism, and discrimination
c. Teach children how they can react to racial discrimination
d. Always redirect your child's questions to someone of the same race
10. We can help overcome our biases by more intentially interacting with those who we perceive to be different from ourselves.
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