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Check out our newest Foster Parent Online Training Course - Family Matters: Supporting Connections to Birth Parents

Foster parents play a vital role in maintaining connections between children and their birth parents. These relationships can be confusing and chaotic for youth and require special care and handling. This isn't always easy; helping a young person maintain or strengthen connections to birth parents can be challenging. Learn how you as a foster parent can help support and guide a young person on their journey to creating or maintaining the extremely critical, healthy connection to their birth parents.

Learn more about the new course HERE

Our strengths-based content is always available for free - if you need to earn continuing education credits (required for most foster parents), we offer a low-cost annual subscription to over 45 credits, for more information or to subscribe click HERE or email training@fosterclub.com.

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Oct 31, 2018 By emilyfish

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JustinPeter's picture

JustinPeter said:

Glad to read this good article. Thank you very much for sharing this awesome information. Really parenting has been so critical. Every time, the parents have to face new problems. Hopefully, the online training course of Foster will be handy here. As a parent of a newborn baby, I had to go through many new challenges. Apart from my writing schedule on StudyClerk, I had to learn new things to be a good father! So, training and courses are very essential for the upcoming parents.

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AnthonyDuke said:

Thank you for the useful information

Duane_McCormick's picture

Duane_McCormick said:

Training courses will be wonderful and marvelous for the Fosterclub members. As a parent, I love to learn new methods of bringing up. And, of course, I'd love to join this Training course. I won't have been tired of studying on many educational platforms.

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FleNicholas replied:

Yes, it is! I love learning something new about the upbringing. I'd read many books about it! What's the educational platform you've mentioned? Does it concerned with school or college? My child has problems with school teachers. He can't take in any knowledge from a person. I don't know what to do.

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Sarahe68 said:

I am thankful to be a part of the Foster Care family