Runaways, Parenting Skills, Family in Crisis, False Allegations, Discipline, Culture & Race, Behaviors, Safety
Once you become a Foster Parent, it is important to consider the safety issues in your home. Below I will list questions that walk you through a safety check-list. It is important to have ... [more]
Attachment & Bonding Sources of information, guidance, and treatment professionals for attachment and bonding concerns, including Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) ... [more]
Foster children have a hard time trusting others, and this is especially true for teens. By the time the child reaches her teen years, she has been shuffled from home to home and school to... [more]
There were several studies conducted in the early 1980's that indicated that child abuse occurred at a higher rate in foster homes than in the general population. Although those studies may not.... [more]
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