Award Nominations

MONTROSE WOLF DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTIONS AWARD

An Association Level Award
The Teaching-Family Association’s Montrose Wolf Award for Distinguished Contributions is given to individuals for their exceptional contributions in implementing the Teaching-Family Model. The Award was named after Montrose Wolf, a cherished member of our Association, because of the essential role he played in the creation and dissemination of the Teaching-Family Model. Montrose Wolf was the first to develop an effective treatment technology to deal with problem behaviors of a severely disturbed child. He was also instrumental in refining the behavior technology that has been central to the development of the Teaching-Family Model.
This category recognizes those persons who have provided significant contributions to the Teaching-Family Association program administration, staff training, evaluation technology, or research that extends our knowledge and otherwise enhances the application of the Teaching-Family Model.

LONNIE & ELAINE PHILLIPS AWARD

An Association Level Award
The Teaching-Family Association’s Lonnie & Elaine Phillips Award is given to a Teaching-Family couple or individual practitioner who has demonstrated a level of professional excellence that reflects the highest standard of care established by our first Teaching-Parent practitioners, Lonnie & Elaine Phillips.

DISTINGUISHED PRACTITIONERS AWARD

An Agency Level Award: All Accredited Agencies provided one award winner (or one Teaching-Family couple)
The Teaching-Family Association Distinguished Practitioner Award (for Agency Practitioner(s) of the Year) was created in 1992 to provide national recognition and honor to outstanding Teaching-Family practitioners from each of our accredited sponsor agencies. The name of the award provides an important reminder of our Association’s high regard for Practitioners. These awards emphasize the common commitment to excellence that characterizes all honored recipients.

AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT & ADVANCEMENT IN HUMAN SERVICES

An Association Level Award (multiple award winners possible)
New in 2010 was the Agency Award for Outstanding Achievement & Advancement in Human Services. This award is given to honor an organization or individual for their community, regional, national, or international advocacy and support of children and families.

 

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