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Motivational Clip Including Foster Care Statistics
Motivational video clip that includes children in foster care statistics from 2013.
From: Transition Children's Services' YouTube Page
Foster Labels PSA
"Because of these statistics, foster youth get labeled. It is unfair to them because they might not be receiving the love, attention, support and help that they need while being a foster youth."
Annonymous. "Statistics on Foster Care." FosterClub. Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System, 2014. Web. 10 May...
Foster Care Facts & Statistics
Did you know approximately 14,739 children spent time in Illinois Foster Care last year? The numbers are shocking, but you can help change this statistic by becoming a foster parent. For more information on Caritas Foster Care, visit www.caritasfamilysolutions.org/fostercare.
Check out this video for more Foster Care facts & stats!
From: Caritas Family Solutions
A Unique Perspective in Foster Care
Presented by Delreen Schmidt-Lenz, this recorded webinar focuses on the effects of children in foster care. Separation,
loss and grief responses will be described, and family dynamics will be discussed. Statistics on children with
disabilities in foster care will be given, and EI interventionists
will have the opportunity to reflect on the children in
Early Intervention whose lives they have touched.
a. Participants will learn about the social-
emotional effects on being a child in...
From: EITP Illinois
This presentation provides an overview of foster care, statistics on children in care in D.C. and psychoeducation on common feelings and reactions children in care experience.
From: Disruptions Documentary
Forgotten Children of Texas
Statistics on Residential Foster Care Facilities and Foster Care Abuse.
Source: Forgotten Chidren's Report of 2004, Texas State Comptroller's office.
Updated Release- June 2006 -
In 2004 - 2005, Governor Perry requested the Office of Inspector General (OIG), to complete "an investigation into the systemic problems within CPS."
The Comptroller's investigatory power was limited and recommended changes were ignored.