Published at Sunday, April 14th, 2019 - 21:23:24 PM. Kids Room. By Eleanor Briand.
Give a tour of your home and the room, which may for young children need to include looking in wardrobes or under beds to provide extra reassurance of safety. You could also use this as an opportunity to introduce any house rules in a gently and friendly way – for instance, talking about bedtimes and when people generally use the bathroom in the morning.
Many people have asked us to write a post with tips for preparing a room for a placement. Given the popularity of our Foster Care Wishlist post, and the request for a room specific post, we decided to make it happen. Here are some steps to go through so that you are more prepared than we were! Also its a great way to keep your hands busy while you wait for the call.
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