Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 15:33:10 PM. Kids Room. By Reine Dupond.
Preparation is key so get tidying and sorting so that the bedroom is ready and welcoming for when the child or young person arrives. Think about the age of your foster child and ensure that the bedroom is appropriate for them. For young children put some age appropriate toys in the room and for teenagers make sure the room doesn’t seem too young or childish for their age.
Hiding Place (Box for Items) – Some children have “stuff” with them from their home that they want to keep, but they don’t want to see it every day. They don’t want to talk about it, and they certainly don’t want other people having it. Providing a safe place to keep things like this can solve some issues. The child knows their items are safe. Plus, you know where they are and what they are.
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