1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Supporting Youth in the Employment Realm; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: Couple in Their Early Twenties Adopted 5 Kids & They’re Not Done Giving Children a Home; 3) What Youth in Foster Care Want is the Same as What Others Want, a Voice; 4) Languishing in Residential Care Made Me Worse. Unconditional Love Helped Get Me Better; 5) Spotsylvania Woman Provides Foster Care to Children with Autism; 6) How Adolescent Brain Science Supports Youth Engagement in Court Hearings and Case Planning; 7) Foster Youth Need More Than Education to Build a Stable Life
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Permanency Readiness – Why are They Not Ready and Willing?; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: Jen’s Adoption Search & Reunion Story; 3) Adopted Children Must Have Closer Ties to Their Birth Families; 4) Family Instability and Children’s Social Development; 5) National Academics: Adolescent Science Should Transform Systems; 6) Lessons from Mister Rogers; 7) Foster Kids: Lies and Truth
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Reframing Mental Illness Diagnosis through a Trauma and Permanency Informed Lens – Bipolar Disorder; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: ‘Here’s Your Baby Boy’: Firefighters Surprise Maryland Couple with Their Adopted Son; 3) Five Steps to a Stronger Child Welfare Workforce – Hiring and Retaining the Right People on the Frontline; 4) Studying Drivers of Risk and Needs Assessment Instrument Implementation in Juvenile Justice; 5) Here’s the Truth About Co-Parenting-Foster Parents and Birth Family Working Together; 6) The US Adoption System Discriminates Against Darker-Skinned Children; 7) Kids with Autism May Be at Greater Risk for Maltreatment.
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Reframing Mental Illness Diagnosis through a Trauma and Permanency Informed Lens – Reactive Attachment Disorder; 2) Permanency Success Story of the Week: From Foster Care to Miss DC: Pageant Winner Inspires Others; 3) More Needed to Help Foster Kids Who Age Out of Care; 4) Report Finds Most Maine Child Welfare Workers Stressed, Overwhelmed; 5) Dear Adoption, I Don’t Want to be Spoken For, I Want to be Listened to; 6) Toxic Stress Is the Hidden Public Health Crisis California’s New Surgeon General Wants to Solve; 7) Juvenile Probation Officers Should Not Be Fixers, But Levers to Resources for Youth
1) Permanency Tip of the Week: Survival Mode for Our Youth – What is Happening Inside Our Youth? 2) ‘She Has to be Ours’: After 4,057 Days in Foster Care, Teen Gets a Family, New Name; 3) Clearing a Road to Permanency and Stability for L.A. County Foster Youth; 4) Bridging Research and Practice in Juvenile Probation; 5) Study Suggests Abused Children Carry Trauma in their DNA; 6) The Tough Road from Foster Care to College; 7) Building a Brighter Future For Youth with Dual Status