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Published by David and Lucile Packard Foundation in Los Altos, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Foster children -- United States,
  • Foster home care -- United States,
  • Adoption -- United States

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesThe future of children -- v. 14, no. 1, 2004., Future of children -- v. 14, no. 1.
ContributionsBass, Sandra., Center for the Future of Children., David & Lucile Packard Foundation.
The Physical Object
Pagination193 p. :
Number of Pages193
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17619377M
OCLC/WorldCa54457508

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  TFI Family Services is a private not-for-profit (c)(3) organization providing foster care services and care for the children and families in Kansas and : TFI Family Services. Early Elementary Books for Children in Foster Care. Families Change by Julie Nelson ages Finding the Right Spot by Janice Levy ages 6 and up Kids Need to be Safe by Julie Nelson ages Maybe Days by Jennifer Wilgocki ages 4 and up. Upper Elementary through Middle School Books for Children in Foster Care. The Great Gilly Hopkins Ages Book 4: Helping Children Maintain and Build Connections Book 5: Understanding the Impact of Fostering and Adoption on Families Book 6: Building Support Systems for Foster and Adoptive Families The seven family consultations are designed to give the leader and the family adequate time together to prepare for the experience of fostering and adopting.   A well-written children’s book can help a child to understand what is happening and identify their feelings. Here is a list of books that everyone who works with foster children should have on their bookshelf. Best for Ages 3 to 8. Maybe Days: A Book For Children In Foster Care, by Jennifer Wilgocki. This nonfiction book explains foster care Author: TFI Family Services.

Books shelved as adoption-foster-care-fiction: The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey, Paper Angels by Jimmy Wayne, The Gray Zone by Daphna Edwards Ziman, The Eleg.   It also serves as a keepsake book with a journaling section providing the foster family an opportunity to give the child a piece of their history when they leave. Maybe Days: A Book for Children in Foster Care by Jennifer Wilgocki For many children in foster care, the answer to many questions is often “maybe”. foster care, generally, care of children on a full-time, temporary basis by persons other than their own parents. Also known as boarding-home care, foster care is intended to offer a supportive family environment to children whose natural parents cannot raise them because of the parents' physical or mental illness, the child's behavioral difficulties, or problems within the family environment. Children, families, and foster care: analysis and recommendations / Sandra Bass, Margie K. Shields, and Richard E. Behrman --Safety and stability for foster children: a developmental perspective / Brenda Jones Harden --Safety and stability for foster children: the policy context / MaryLee Allen and Mary Bissell --Meeting the challenges of.