By Adalene Girard. Kids Room. Published at Sunday, April 14th, 2019 - 04:06:49 AM.
Waste Bin – Just a small trash can, maybe with a lid, may not seem like a very important item for a bedroom. However, kids who have come out of difficult situations often need a place to throw things away.
Once you start your journey into Foster Care, some people become very anxious. When will I get “the call” for my first placement? Who will it be? Am I prepared enough? Am I ready for this journey? How do I set up my foster care bedroom?!
For a foster child or young person a new placement can be daunting, exciting, nerve-wracking and much more. Before your foster child arrives you will be trying to get as prepared to make the transition as smooth as possible. Preparing the child or young person’s bedroom is a very important part of this and here are a few tips to help you prepare and set up their room.
Consider No Carpet – Messes are lots easier to clean from hardwood floors or laminate. This is by no means a “must” for fostering, but if you have a choice, you might consider it. Some kids need to make huge messes to express how they feel. If you can give them space to do it, or make clean up easier on yourself, its a win win!
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