(4) “other person”: specialized staff assigned by the social service responsible for the home placement plan or plan. Another person must be professionally trained to assess the child`s safety, safety, well-being and status. The Agency may not designate the ad litem guardian, the child care provider, the staff of the residential establishment or a qualified person within the meaning of Section 260C.007, Sub-Division26b, as another person; and (3) When the Agency engages a child with the child`s parent in a family program licensed for the treatment of disorders under Section 260C.190, the Agency must identify the treatment program in the child`s external placement plan prior to the child`s placement. The Agency must submit the home placement plan to the court in the next required audit procedure; and (7) if a child cannot return to one of his or her parents or be in the care of a parent, documentation of the final stages of transfer of permanent legal and physical custody to a parent as a plan for the child`s sustainability. This documentation should support the requirements of the Kinship Transfer Agreement under Section 256N.22 and include reasonable efforts to establish that it is not appropriate for the child to return home or be adopted, and why a permanent placement with a parent through a Northstar Family Assistance Agreement is in the best interests of the child; How the child meets the conditions for granting payments to the Nordstern kinship; Agency`s efforts to discuss adoption with the child`s related adoptive parent and why the relative adoptive parent has decided not to follow the adoption, if any; and the Agency`s efforts to discuss with the child`s parents or parents the permanent transfer of permanent legal and physical custody or why these efforts have not been made; Where a child has been placed in a residential facility under a court order pursuant to sections 260C.178 or 260C.201, the social service responsible for the placement of the child can only change the placement of the child if the Agency explicitly states that the current accommodation is not suitable or that another placement is in the best interests of the child. This subdivision does not apply if the new mediation is in an adoptive home or in any other permanent mediation. 2. When the Agency engages a child in a qualified home treatment program in accordance with Section 260C.007, Subdivision 26d, or transfers a child from a qualified home treatment program to another qualified home treatment program, the Agency must update the home placement plan within 60 days. In order to meet the requirements of Section 260C.708, the Agency must submit the home placement plan to the court as part of the 60-day hearing and update the post-trial plan to document consent or refusal to place the child in a qualified home treatment program; (a) within 30 days of the child being placed in basic care, the Agency must submit the initial a-home placement plan to the court;