Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 08:49:49 AM. Kids Room. By Adalene Girard.
A new placement can take some adjusting for a foster child or young person as well as for you and your family. Sometimes things can get damaged or broken or it can take a while for your foster child to feel comfortable in their new placement, so understanding and patience are important at this stage.
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.
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