FAW: Coordinating Culture & Care
Coordinating Culture & Care
When a child enters out-of-home care, there are so many questions and so many things on the to-do list. Ensuring that the child is safe, that he or she has the clothing and hygiene products that are needed, and adjusting to a routine take precedence for all involved. However, understanding the culture a child in foster care is coming from when he or she is placed with a foster parent, is an integral part of welcoming that child into your care, making him or her feel safe, and helping lay the foundation of a successful transition.
- Coordinating Culture and Care
- Co-parenting Across Cultures
- Maintain a Child’s Culture by Supporting the Sibling Connection
Author: Coalition for Children, Youth & Families
Additional Author: Foster Care & Adoption Resource Center