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Foster Care

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Arantxa Alfonso

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Transcript of Foster Care

Foster Care
The History of Foster Care
History of Foster Care
Conclusion
Definition of Foster Care
Spain
Problems kinship Foster parents will face while taking care of foster kids
Caring for a drug addicted baby
Caring for a child with: physical, mental, behavioural and/or hygiene issues
Problems with foster care child and other children in the family
Deal with cultural and language differences
Problems with biological family
Caring for a child with a history of abuse or trouble with the law
A child threatening family’s personal safety
The Heartbreak of Saying Goodbye to a Foster Child
1776809 Arantxa Alfonso
1710101 Ye-eul, Lim
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1715126 Arim, Kim
Made by:
Problems Foster parents will face while taking care of foster kids:
Reasons why a child can be removed from his/her home:
What Challenges might a Child
in Foster Care Face?
Q. What's the difference between foster care and adoption?

Type: Duration
Type: Circumstances
USA
English Poor Law(1562):
The corner stone of the foster care
The Children's Aid Society in New York(1853)
Korea
Korean Foster care Association(1988)
Government made legal ground for foster care system(1999)
Government set up 16 institutions of foster care(2003)
Emergency

Remand
Short breaks (respite)
Kinship (family or friends)
Fostering for adoption
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Cambodia
The regulations of the Madrid(1700s)
The Reform of the Civil Code and the Civil procedure in Relation to Adoption and Other Forms of Child Protection(1987)
Started after the war
The Cambodian government conducted several research projects(2006~2008)
Began implementing policies for foster care and the implementation of minimum standards for residential care institutions(now)
Physical or sexual abuse
Neglect
Witness of domestic violence
Homelessness
Exposure to drugs/alcohol during pregnancy or at home
Neglect of medical problems
Impact a child's ability to develop new skills and form relationships
Significantly higher risk of mental and physical health problems, such as:
times as likely to experience depression
times as likely to exhibit behavioral problems
times as likely to feel anxiety
times as likely to have attention deficit disorder, hearing impairments and vision issues
as likely to suffer from learning disabilities, developmental delays, asthma, obesity and speech problems

Solutions to the problems discussed:
Working with Behaviors
Interacting with Birth Family
Being Part of a Team
Child Discipline Techniques

a) Cursing

b) Dishonesty

c) Safety

d) Insecurity in home

e) Loss
Set and live the standard

Help find better ways to express emotion.

Find appropriate replacement words.

Don’t overreact.
Tips to Raise Kids Who Won't Swear
Never make contact without checking it out with the social workers
Remain positive in front of foster children
Honest about the situation
Be prepared for: meetings and showing up with an open mind.
How can we help foster childen?

Provide respite
Become big Brother/Sister
Volunteer
Donate (school supplies, clothes...)
Foster parents need more support to achieve success.
Every decision should be taken always thinking of the kids welfare.
Foster care is not merely a solution for childless couples it should be a solution for
careless children.
The system is filled with too many rules and regulations.
Kids removed from their families should be placed with other families not in group homes.
More difficulty in enforcing designated rules
May not be prepared to deal with the child’s special needs








Everything based on emotion
More likely to have unwelcome / unauthorized contact with their Birth Parents
TIME
(Turney & Wildeman, 2016)
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