You Can Help a Child by Respite Fostering

Are you a nurturing caregiver? You take great care on a daily basis to make sure your loved ones are properly cared for. Thus, what if you could help a child by offering the same to them? There’s a need in Kansas for people just as yourself to provide such services. Foster care can be … Read moreYou Can Help a Child by Respite Fostering

Adoption vs. Long-Term Fostering

Adoption, as everyone knows, is permanent. Adoptive parents have all parental rights and responsibilities regarding their adopted child, just as if the child had been born to them. They can make all decisions regarding medical treatment, religion, etc., and the adopted children automatically inherit their estate. In order for this to happen, the birth parents … Read moreAdoption vs. Long-Term Fostering

Provide a Child a Home by Becoming a Foster Parent

In Kansas, there are more children in shelters than there are in foster care. This is because there are only 2,000 foster homes for 6,000 foster children. Some are even placed outside of their home community, meaning that in a day they lose their home, friends, school and their family, especially when they are separated … Read moreProvide a Child a Home by Becoming a Foster Parent

Kansas’s Struggling Foster Care System

Kansas’s struggling foster care is suffering from a shortage of foster care workers because the requirements are too high. Many workers feel that the requirements are too restrictive because of the different standards in different states. Some states do not require licenses, and some do not even require that their workers have degrees in social work. … Read moreKansas’s Struggling Foster Care System