Shut in At Home, Foster and Adoptive Parents Look Online for Support
With coronavirus exploding in the world around them, millions of parents are discovering just how difficult long days and nights holed up indoors with kids can be. For New York foster and adoptive parents, like Martha Hornthal, their children’s first week of distance learning has sometimes felt not just isolating and wearying – but bordering on the impossible.
Hearings: A Delay on Education Plans Stalls Hopes for Permanency
It did not take long for the March 14 docket in Judge Tracy Green’s small third floor Detroit courtroom to go sideways. In the first case of the morning, Judge Green checks on the case of a 10-year-old child named Ricky* living with a foster parent, Rashida Witt, who is moving toward adopting him.
Child Welfare Ideas From the Experts, #10: Preventing Misuse of Special Education
The Imprint is highlighting each of the policy recommendations made this summer by the participants of the Foster Youth Internship Program (FYI), a group of 11 former foster youths who completed Congressional internships.