Foster Families are needed throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. To Foster is to share heart and home with a child/youth. Foster Families provide a nurturing, supportive home environment for children. Foster Care is meant to be a temporary arrangement to allow birth families to work on a range of challenges that resulted in their child being placed in foster care. All families have problems sometimes and the main goal in most circumstances will be reunification. Foster Families support children/youth’s individuality, cultural connections, spiritual beliefs, sexual orientation etc. There …
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Saying Goodbye: “Where to from here?” – Training: available to foster parents located between St. John’s/surrounding areas to Glovertown.
June 15 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
June 15, 6:30pm – 8:30pm. To register email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (709)728-3485. Please note training is available to foster parents located between St. John’s/surrounding areas to Glovertown.
Saying Good-bye “Where to from here?”
As foster parents you know you are in a child/young person’s life for a period a time. You keep them safe, nurture them, and watch them grow. When it comes time for the child/ren in your care to move on you may be left with feelings of sadness, loss, and grief. This session will look at how we can acknowledge and process these feelings and how to support healing of the foster families when children in care transition out of their home.
Presented by: Waypoints