The electronic versions of the Casey Foster Family Assessments are no longer available.
PDF versions of the assessments along with scoring instructions are available here:
CFAI- Applicant Assessment
CFAI Spanish - Applicant Assessment
CFAI Worker Assessment
CFAI Alaska Native Assessment
Developed by Casey Family Programs and the University of Tennessee - College of Social Work, the Casey Foster Family Assessments consist of two sets of standardized measures to assess foster family applicants.
This suite of tools includes the Casey Foster Applicant Inventory (CFAI) and the Casey Home Assessment Protocol (CHAP). Both tools are designed to be used during the foster family application and selection process, but they can be used after this process, and they assess a broad range of characteristics of foster parents in order to identify strengths and areas for needed development and support.
The ultimate goal of both assessments is to help foster parents and agency workers provide quality care for foster children.