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- Explain the differences between legal permanence, relational permanence, and cultural permanence.
- Name three everyday things resource parents do to support permanence for children and youth in foster care.
- What are two ways in which adoption and legal guardianship are different?
- List three ways resource parents can support cultural permanence.
- What are four things resource parents can do to help ensure stability for young people in foster care?
- What advice does Amy Huntsman have for resource parents interested in supporting older teens in foster care during their transition to adulthood?
- When is the Foster Family Alliance of North Carolina’s next virtual summit?
- Name three things North Carolina is doing or has done to support young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic?
- This issue features two pairs of brothers, each of which wants to find a forever family. What are their names and ages?
- What is your reaction to the insights and advice Kelly Sullivan and Dina Gerber share in this issue?
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