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A Guidebook for Raising Foster Children

A Guidebook for Raising Foster Children

Dr. Susan McNair Blatt-a pediatrician and medical director of the House of Good Shepherd, a child welfare agency... read full review

Attaching in Adoption: Practical Tools for Today's Parents 

Attaching in Adoption: Practical Tools for Today's Parents 

Deborah D. Gray

I have no idea what percentage of a personality is determined by genes. I donít even know what... read full review

Big Steps for Little People

Big Steps for Little People

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Celia Foster and her husband, Chris, wanted to "make a difference," so they chose to... read full review

Foster Parents Speak: Crossing Bridges and Fostering Change

Foster Parents Speak: Crossing Bridges and Fostering Change

New York State Citizens' Coalition

Family-focused, child-centered services have been shown to help improve the expereince of children in foster care. But this... read full review

Parenting the Hurt Child: Helping Adoptive Families Heal And Grow

Parenting the Hurt Child: Helping Adoptive Families Heal And Grow

Gregory Keck and Regina M. Kupecky

Greg Keck and Regina Kupeckyís new book, Parenting the Hurt Child, welcomes parents to a world of easy-to-grasp... read full review

Telling The Truth To Your Adopted Or Foster Child: Making Sense Of The Past

Telling The Truth To Your Adopted Or Foster Child: Making Sense Of The Past

Betsy Keefer and Jayne E. Schooler

We've all had secrets kept from us. Sometimes people hide information to exert control over a difficult situation,... read full review

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