Foster Agency Articles & Resources
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How to Prepare for Respite
Respite is a much-needed service to fostering families. It allows foster parents to take a break, which helps prevent burn out. Respite offers birth children of the foster home quality time with their parents. It also gives foster children a break.
Worry Wise Kids
Are you worrying about your anxious child? You are not alone. Anxiety is the number one mental health problem facing children and adolescents today, but it is also the most treatable. If you are the parent of one of the millions of children who suffer from excessive fears and anxieties, we’re here to help.
The Importance of Visitation
Changes in Children’s Behavior before and after parent visits (ages birth to 5) Visits between foster children and their biological parents are important. They allow children to maintain contact with their birth family. However, these visits can be difficult for foster children, birth parents and foster parents.
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