Test your knowledge through application!

The following case scenario games are interactive learning modules. Click through and answer the following questions with respect to each of the case scenarios below:

  • Who has the information?
  • Who wants the information?
  • What specific information does the requester want?
  • What does the requester want to do with the information?
  • Which laws pertain?
  • What does the law permit?
 Scenario 1: Juvenile Probation and Child Welfare Agency

Scenario 1: Juvenile Probation and Child Welfare Agency

 Scenario 4: Substance Abuse Treatment Provider and Case Worker

Scenario 4: Substance Abuse Treatment Provider and Case Worker

 Scenario 7: Independent Living Provider and School

Scenario 7: Independent Living Provider and School

 Scenario 2: Juvenile Probation, Prosecutor's Office and School

Scenario 2: Juvenile Probation, Prosecutor's Office and School

 Scenario 5: Special Education Teacher, Children and Youth Caseworker, and Foster Parent

Scenario 5: Special Education Teacher, Children and Youth Caseworker, and Foster Parent

 Scenario 8: Multi-agency Meeting to Develop Transition Plan

Scenario 8: Multi-agency Meeting to Develop Transition Plan

 Scenario 10: Contracted School Mental Health Provider, Community Mental Health Provider, Teacher, Principal, and SAP Coordinator

Scenario 10: Contracted School Mental Health Provider, Community Mental Health Provider, Teacher, Principal, and SAP Coordinator

 Scenario 3: School Resource Officer and School Counselor

Scenario 3: School Resource Officer and School Counselor

 Scenario 6: Child Welfare Agency and Prosecutor

Scenario 6: Child Welfare Agency and Prosecutor

 Scenario 9: Juvenile Probation Officer and Outpatient Mental Health Counselor

Scenario 9: Juvenile Probation Officer and Outpatient Mental Health Counselor