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and placed in foster care. Placement in the foster care system affects children in a unique, individual fashion. The affects of child-care by non-parental custodians, though subjective in nature, have common parameters that must be addressed and examined. Understanding foster care placement is crucial in order to fully evaluate both its advantages and disadvantages. WHAT IS FOSTER CARE? According to the Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System, "Foster care means 24-hour substitute...

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Family Final Project Topic: Is foster care effective? Definition: Foster care is defined as care for delinquents or neglected children usually in an institution or substitute home. Children in our foster care system receive long lasting effects of abuse and neglect but in some cases the foster care system has been proven to minimize the negative results of inappropriate use of child care. Mission: To educate society and families on the long lasting effects of foster care, both positive and negative...

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 Helping you achieve foster care Foster care is the term used for a system in which a minor who has been placed into a ward, group home, or private home of a state-certified caregiver. ` A young child in foster care this is something that can be very difficult. You might not know how to tell your caregiver what you want or what you need, if you were placed there from family court you might feel uncomfortable with the parents and have not yet established a with...

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Foster Care System: Salvation or Detriment Imagine your family being broken up and scattered to a random location with a random group of people that you now must live and grow with. This decision is completely out of your control and very well may be the most important one of your life. This is what is known as the foster care system. This is detrimental to American society, because “according to national statistic 40 to 50 percent of those children will never complete high school.  Sixty-six...

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Foster Care Chantaye Kitt Professor Gietzen English 101 11 August 2014 Raising children is one of the most important responsibilities in any society. Today, working parents have many options, but what about those children who have neither a mother nor father? What about those children who come from broken and abusive homes? In such cases there are often few choices. Parentless children may be placed in orphanages or in foster homes. What Is Foster Care? Foster care is the temporary...

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America a teenager turns 18 years old. For some it means a new car, freedom, or the excitement of no longer needing your parents’ permission on serious decisions. For others its dreadful turning 18 because means that they have “aged out” of the foster care system with no afterward plans or support. Each year it is estimated that 20,000 young people age out and this is tragic because they have no one to turn to, they have no home to go to and they are forced into adulthood before they are mentally/physically...

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Listening To the Voices of Children in Foster Care: Youths Speak Out about Child Welfare Lyndsay M. Ramapo College of New Jersey Children in Foster Care Speak Up Identifying the Authors  Sharon Kollar, Jessica Strolin-Golzman and Joann Trinkle wrote a journal entry titled, “Listening to Voice of Children in Foster Care: Youths speak out about child welfare workforce turnover and selection.” It was published in the Oxford University Press in New York, on January 2010. The article...

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Introduction: This paper presents the key elements of Bronfenbrenner’s framework and applies them specifically to the girl in the article ofFoster care approved for kids in neo-Nazi case.” Bronfenbrenner’s ecological framework offers an insightful lens for understanding and supporting children in various environments throughout their physiological development and growth. Analysis: Microsystem: In Bronfenbrenner’s framework the innermost environmental layer is the microsystem. The microsystem...

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In the U.S., there are two hundred fifty thousand children that are in foster care every year (Moe, 177-192). Foster care is placing a child or children in the temporary care of a family care (Foster Care & Adoption). Children who goes through abusive or negative families had to move to in foster care because of situation. Children that were just born have to be taken away from their mothers because of the drugs she was on, or the abuse in the homes. A family that can’t provide for the child...

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The challenges of being in foster care are many. Foster parents are expected to provide a safe environment and care for the children placed within their homes. Unfortunately, this does not always occur and some children are abused and often put in a worse situation than they were previously in. A study was done containing maltreated children and nonmaltreated in foster care homes to determine the research question “whether selected physical health...

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