|(a) A permanency planning meeting is a multi-disciplinary
meeting that involves and takes into account the input of the persons
and entities involved in a child's case, including those listed in §263.0021(b),
Texas Family Code.
(b) The purpose of a permanency planning meeting is
(1) identify a child's permanency goal;
(2) identify any barriers to achieving the child's
permanency goal; and
(3) develop strategies and determine actions to achieve
the child's permanency goal.
(c) Except as otherwise provided in federal and state
law, a child's permanency goal should involve the child's timely exit
from the managing conservatorship of DFPS to the home of an individual
or family who assumes permanent legal, cultural, familial, and other
responsibility for the child.
(d) A permanency planning meeting is conducted in accordance
with §263.009, Texas Family Code.