New Foster Parents Gain Experience with Incremental Challenges.
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There are no concerns regarding the applicant's health, mental health, character, motivation, financial resources, experience, discipline approach, background, and training- nor are there concerns regarding the home's physical or safety features. Examples of children who might require TFC are newborns critically affected by their mother's drug abuse, children with physical impairments, children with developmental delays, and children who display severe behavioral outbursts (otherwise labeled emotionally disturbed). The data2 suggest that teaching hospital care in July, especially for a severely ill patient, can be notoriously worse than any other time. Because the new interns are just getting their feet wet.
Pollack, Daniel. (April 2019). New Foster Parents Gain Experience with Incremental Challenges. Policy & Practice 77(2): 22, 35.
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