Idaho State Board of Social Work Examiners
Minutes of April 3, 2000
ROLL CALL: Kenneth Salzman
BUREAU STAFF: Thomas Limbaugh, Bureau Chief
Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief
Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney
Kirsten Wallace, Deputy Attorney General
Marilyn London, Secretary
ALSO PRESENT: Andrea Leeds, President Elect for NASW
NEW BOARD MEMBER
Robert Payne was welcomed to the Board of
Virginia Dickman moved to approve the
December 6, 1999 minutes. Kenneth
Salzman seconded the motion, motion carried.
Thomas Limbaugh presented the finance
report indicating a balance of $21,022.59 as of March 31, 2000.
Due to the declining fund balance, Chief Limbaugh recommended the Board
consider increasing the $50.00 fee cap in Idaho Code 54-3209.
This will give the authority to increase the renewal fees.
The Board discussed the new legislation by
Health and Welfare amending Idaho Code 54-3215 by adding: “This act shall not
apply to any employee of any facility licensed under section 39-1301(a), Idaho
Code section 39-1301(b), Idaho Code, or section 39-1301(c), Idaho Code, who is
designated in writing to be responsible for that facility’s social services
program and who receives regular consultation from a qualified social worker.”
The decision of the Board was to propose an
emergency rule that would read: “Regular
consultation consists of case by case monthly consultation provided by no less
than a licensed Idaho social worker.”
NEW PROGRAM AUTHORIZATIONS
Thomas Limbaugh presented the Board a memo
from the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee reminding all the Boards that
they must obtain spending authority prior to creating a new program.
Kirsten Wallace presented the complaint
investigation report indicating that five (5) complaints have been received for
the year 2000. Of those, one (1)
was closed after the complaint was withdrawn at the request of the complainant.
Nine (9) remain under investigation or legal review for 1999.
All have been closed for 1998. Three
(3) remain open for pro-review for 1997. One
(1) complaint from 1996 remains under legal review.
Kirsten Wallace presented the Board a
report for complaint file SWO-P4B-03-96-014 on recommended disciplinary action.
Virginia Dickman moved to enter executive
session. Mary Curran seconded the
motion, motion carried.
Virginia Dickman moved to enter regular
session. Robert Payne seconded the
motion, motion carried.
Virginia moved to accept the consent order
and have Kenneth Salzman, chair sign the order.
Mary Curran seconded the motion, motion carried.
The Board ordered that Stephen R. Craig
receive a formal reprimand, obtain continuing education in Professional Ethics,
and pay $423 costs.”
Kirsten Wallace was instructed to write the
reprimand letter and John Kersey to inform ASWB’s disciplinary action
Budd Hetrick presented the Board the
renewal form for the June 2000 renewal period, which the Board approved.
The next board meeting is scheduled for
July 31 and August 1, 2000. NASW
and the Clinical Society will be invited to attend July 31st to work
The Board approved 2,560 clinical hours and 37 supervision hours for CSW-1103. The Board will review the final report upon receipt of the completed required hours.
The following licenses were issued by
Brenda Ling CSWP-594-C Lawrence Ling CSWP-595-C
Eleanor Gurley CSWP-1358-C Dianne Hamilton CSWP-1359-C
Amy O’Neill CSWP-1360-C Karen VanDyke CSWP-1361-C
Sherie Alvari SW-2535 Lynne Little CSW-1357
The following licensed certified social
workers were approved for clinical endorsement:
Julie Carney Jeannie Waldrop
Patricia Snarr Carillon Schmeling
Paul Roberts Stephen Flick
The meeting adjourned at 3:20 p.m. on April 3, 2000.
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