According to the United States Children’s Bureau’s report, on any given day, the United States has approximately 443,000 children in foster care. Being a foster parent is rewarding for both for the caregiver and child. You get to make a difference in a child’s life, and they get a familial bond. Becoming one involves planning and … Read moreHow to Become a Foster Parent
If your foster child has sensory processing disorder, you’re wondering how you should manage his condition while raising him well at the same time. Some main characteristics of those with sensory issues include difficulty sleeping, difficulty with potty training even after starting preschool or kindergarten, constant meltdowns, frequent mood changes, struggles with verbal communication, and … Read moreRaising A Foster Child With Sensory Processing Disorder
You know about the importance of healthy eating for your foster child, but what do you do if he has become a picky eater and mealtimes are now a battlefield? Your child can develop healthy eating habits with your encouragement and some input from him. Don’t try to force certain foods on your child because … Read moreHelping Your Foster Child Develop Healthy Eating Habits
According to the United States Children’s Bureau’s report, on any given day, the United States has approximately 443,000 children in foster care. Being a foster parent is rewarding both for the caregiver and child. You get to make a difference in a child’s life, and they get a familial bond. Becoming a foster parent involves … Read moreAre You Interested in Becoming a Foster Parent?
The foster care system has its challenges. However, it is still the best feeling of home that the close to half a million American kids in the system will ever know. One challenge for the system is that there are more children than the number of parents willing to adopt. Most people shy away from … Read moreThree Ways to Help Kids in the Foster Care System
Fostering a child might sound like a daunting task for prospective foster parents; where do you even start? It can seem overwhelming at times, but the process is actually somewhat simple. The first step is to receive a foster care license. Most states in the U.S. requires a foster parent to have one, including Kansas. So, how … Read moreGetting Your Foster Care License in Kansas
If you’ve considered becoming a foster parent, chances are you’ve heard that they get paid. Maybe it was a friend of a friend who assured you that foster parents are compensated by the state, or perhaps you read somewhere that there were people who became foster parents for the money. To answer your question, yes, … Read moreDo Foster Parents Get Paid?