Foster the recognition that wisdom is what really counts – Foster Parents Article

Foster carers are the kind of people that need to have a very particular blend of attributes. Ask someone unconnected with fostering as to what these might be, and kindness and compassion will be high if not top of the list. Those involved with fostering provision professionally equally well know that resilience and organisation are key qualities. But there is one more quality that is mentioned far less. And it’s one needed across the board in all walks of life…

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Spring 2020 Upcoming events with KFCA! – Kitsap Foster Care Association Blog – Foster Parents Article

Hi friends!We have a bunch of upcoming events that I wanted to let you know about!These are also posted on our facebook page (or will be soon)…3/15, 3:30pm – 5pm, playdate at Defy in Silverdale! Limited tickets available; only jumpers need tickets. Community and Family will provide treats. Get your tickets here:https://www.universe.com/events/defy-silverdale-tickets-Y6MGQF 3/28 10-3 conference at Harborside in downtown Bremerton. We will provide lunch, parking and child care! Please email jeanie-johns to secure your spot for child care. Trainings include…

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A Night at the Museum for Voices for CASA Children – Foster Parents Article

Arians Family Foundation to Host A Night at the Museum to Support Voices for CASA Children. The Arians Family Foundation will host “A Night at the Museum” on Feb. 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the Chandler Museum. All proceeds from the event will benefit the foundation which supports Voices for CASA Children, a nonprofit organization that provides CASA volunteers (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for children navigating the foster care system. This is only a snippet of a Foster Parents Article written…

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Friday Favs 2/21/20 – Foster Parents Article

Favorite Moment: Watching Theo and Tera make this Valentine box together was a highlight of the week for us all! Theo is the more creative parent, so he had fun making Tera’s unicorn Valentine box dreams come alive. I know… This is only a snippet of a Foster Parents Article written by sdevalve@cedarville.edu Read Full Parenting Article

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Foster to Adopt in Red Bluff CA – Foster Parents Article

The main goal of the foster care system is to reunite children with their biological families. This is seen as the desired outcome, yet it is only possible in roughly half of all cases. For the other half, adoption is seen as another positive outcome, as the child can be permanently added to a loving family. If you are interested in the possibility of foster to adopt in Red Bluff CA, it’s important to know what the system looks like…

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Foster care role needs a greater degree of clarification – Foster Parents Article

Foster carers will be aware that this is #CareDay20 – a special day celebrating the achievements of care experienced people the world over. It is true, many such children and young people have accomplished great things in life. It is equally true that many foster children do not reach their full potential. This is no reflection on the incredible work done by the country’s foster carers. It reveals just how disadvantaged children coming into the care system usually are. Most…

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Adoption Blog 2020 – Hope Connections – Foster Parents Article

Growth mindset in children is a concept that is becoming more popular…in schools and with parents. It is the understanding that the brain can grow and change versus a fixed mindset that is predetermined and is set in stone, no matter what you do. Basically, it is how you face challenges and set-backs.​Growth mindset in children can empower them and greatly impact their success and happiness.This concept of growth mindset in children was coined by Stanford University Professor Carol Dweck.…

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Raising A Multiracial Family: A Conversation With Keia Jones-Baldwin – Foster Parents Article

| Share | Tweet | Pin It | email Today we’re kicking off Season 17 of the Honestly Adoption Podcast and we couldn’t be more excited. We have so many amazing, talented, and wise guests lined up. You’re going to be challenged and inspired! Recently, Mike and Kristin sat down with Keia Jones-Baldwin from Raising Cultures to talk about raising a multiracial family, the ups and downs of parenting, her brand new podcast, and the ever so fun experience of dealing…

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How to Hold a Family Together | Amy’s Story – Foster Parents Article

In recent years, millions of migrant workers from Cambodia have poured into Thailand. Today, Thailand is home to 4 million immigrants who are desperately searching for work. One place many men and women find work is on construction sites, working on one job and then moving to work on another. Often moving their family multiple times. Living and working in these conditions leaves men, women, and children extremely vulnerable to exploitation. Each day, they face the threats of trafficking or…

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