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  • A Foster Parent? Who? Me?!: Article by Patti Swoboda written for people considering becoming foster parents. Provides many points to consider.
  • Canadian Foster Parent: A `resource` guide for foster parents to access information and to network with other caregivers around the world. Find links to chat with other caregivers and become a member of a fostercare listserv.
  • Casey Family Programs: Source of information, technical assistance, written materials and referrals to both `resource` families and child welfare professionals who work with them.
  • Foster Parenting - Getting Started: If you are just starting out in your quest to become a foster parent, there are some available links to nationwide fostering agencies.
  • Foster and Kinship Care Education: Provides training, support, licensing and independent living skills classes for foster parents and others caring for children in out-of-home placements. Site includes information about services, news and contact details.
  • American site with information on becoming a foster parent, general child care information, and special instructions for foser parents. Includes a support area with a chat room, message boards, and e-pals.
  • Fostering Love: Patterns to sew for foster children and agencies. Hats, duffel bags, bandanas are a few of the patterns here.
  • Fostering New Zealand Style: Foster care information with links for over 200 resources. Advocacy, Legal, Medical, Behavioural, ADHD, and RAD aspects are covered.
  • Is Foster Parenting For You?: Article by Jeffrey Silla, an experienced foster parent, shares experiences and encouragement for those who are considering the experience of foster parenting.
  • Kids in Care: Australian site helping parents, caregivers, and foster parents with ideas, forums, recipes, and information.
  • Lifting the Veil: Child Welfare, Foster Care, Juvenile Justice: A comprehensive look at the Child Protective Services, Foster Care, and Juvenile Justice systems. Testimony, studies, and reform efforts are examined.
  • NECCO: A learning organization committed to the continuous development of its employees in order to provide optimal care for our foster children, and a solid support network for our foster families.
  • Real Facts About Foster Care: Are agencies undercutting those entrusted to care for our most vulnerable? Parenting is work, and deserves society's support and undergirding.
  • Staying with Grandma: The challenges faced by relative caregivers; grandparents caring for foster children. Published by Action Alliance for Children.
  • The Foster/Adopt Experience: - A description of the process involved in being a foster and/or adoptive parent.
  • There is No Such Thing as Too Attached: - A personal essay about the attachments formed as a foster parent.


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