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- How can resource parents can keep children connected with their families, even when face-to-face visits aren’t possible?
- What words would you use (or have you used) to explain shared parenting to a child or youth in your care?
- What are Children’s Home Society and Guilford County doing to establish effective partnerships between foster and birth parents?
- Name three of Amy Huntsman’s suggestions for doing shared parenting when there’s a concern about safety.
- What do the stories of Anna, Cora, and Delilah say to you about shared parenting past the age of 18?
- Foster care alumni offer a variety of advice about shared parenting in this issue. Which of their suggestions struck you most?
- Who is eligible to participate in the Foster Care 18 to 21 program? What are the benefits of this program?
- What are the three stages of birth parent grief Donna Foster talks about in her article?
- Corey Best talks about how important it is to share power with birth parents. What does this mean to you as a resource parent?
- Which young person described in this issue enjoys Beyblades?
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