1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Sources of Support #2 – I Am Fine, I Don’t Needs Any Support from you Adults; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: Every Child in Foster Care Deserves a Permanent Home and a Loving Family; 3) ; 4) Preventative Measures are Needed in Child Welfare Policy, Data Shows; 5) Here’s How Reentry Can Be More Successful; 6) More Texas Children Now Leaving Foster Care Than Entering; Adoptions Hit Record Number; 7) Understanding the JJDPA Webinar Series;
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Abnormal Behavior ~ Normal Reaction to an Abnormal Reality; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: LOVE HAS NO BOUNDARIES; 3) How Opioids and Meth Have Forced Minnesota Counties to Rethink Foster Care; 4) Webinar – Youth Voices: Why Family Matters; 5) Boys Town Inspires Teen to Share Her Voice and Become Foster Care Advocate; 6) Open Adoption in Diverse Families: Complex Relationships in the Digital Age; 7) To Ease Reentry, Help the Hosts Who Offer Couch Hopping
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Reporting Suspected Abuse – But What About the Permanency?; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: Dad to Receive Kidney from Daughter He Adopted 27 Year Ago; 3) April Is National Child Abuse Prevention Month; 4) Connection & Safety is the Treatment; 5) Runaway and Homeless Youth, Mental Health, and Trauma-Informed Care; 6) The Psychological Birth of the Adoptive Mother; 7) Free Creative Expression Based Grief Resources for Kids
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Permanency/Adoption Readiness – Dealing with the Eeyore Syndrome; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: Mom Learns Foster Baby is Her Adopted Son’s Sister, So She Adopts Her as Well; 3) Ten Questions Couples Should Ask Before Becoming Foster Parents; 4) CalYOUTH Brief: No Association between Extended Care & Permanency Decline; 5) How the Opioid Crisis Is Changing the American Family — with Grandparents Raising Grandchildren; 6) The Fear That Your Foster Child Lose All the Progress They’ve Made; 7) What is Trauma-Informed Care?
Hello everyone. I am taking a two-week self-care break with my family for the Christmas and New Year’s Day Holidays. I will be back with an all-new edition of PITN the week of 01/07/19. Take care, Dr. Greg Manning