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Wounded Children, Healing Homes: How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Families: Jayne Schooler, Betsy Keefer Smalley, Timothy...

Wounded Children, Healing Homes: How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Families Jayne E Schooler, Betsy Keefer Smalley, Timothy J Callahan Psy.

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10 Keys to Healing Trauma in the Foster/Adopted Child by Bryan Pos

Trauma creates fear and stress sensitivity in children. Even for a child fostered from birth, their internal systems might already be more sensitive and fearful than that of a child who has been ab…

Children Who Foster: 7 things We Wish Our Parents Knew - Chosen

Preface: First let me point out that despite all of the challenges and trials created as a result of growing up in the world of fostering, I still went on to become an adult who rejoined the fight.

Make a Lifebook for a Child in Foster Care. Work with your family and kids to personalize and decorate it

Lifebooks can help foster care kids recognize their individual worth. A lifebook is a scrapbook-like creation that records a child's life, how he entered foster care, her experiences with different families, and her feelings along the way.

Couldn't have said this better myself..." constantly telling us you’d never be able to foster because you can’t imagine letting go isn’t really the best way to show that support. Rather, it makes us feel misunderstood and alone in our mission, and in this mama’s opinion, that loneliness is absolutely the hardest part of fostering."

One of the things you hear the most when folks find out you are a foster parent is that they couldn't handle the kiddo going back. Here is a quote that sums up my feelings on the issue.

10 things about being a foster parenting

10 Things I Never Knew About Foster Care - After my first foster placement, these things ring true for my experience.

Using Time-In Instead of Time-Out by Tapestry. Watch as Dr. Karyn Purvis explains the use of time-in (as opposed to time-out) to correct and connect with our children.

Using Time-In Instead of Time-Out. Watch as Dr. Karyn Purvis explains the use of time-in (as opposed to time-out) to help parents correct and connect with their children.

Attempting Agape: The first night in foster care: what you need to know

10 Life-Altering Baby Care Hacks

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