Support a Social Worker
March is Social Worker Appreciation Month! Although you may or may not have direct contact with the social workers on your foster family’s team, there are some ways you can show social workers your gratitude for all they do. Talk with your foster or adoptive family about whether it’s best for you to express appreciation directly or organize the details so your family can offer the appreciation.
Social workers are not just in child welfare. They work in other areas such as schools, hospitals, and businesses. Here are some ideas to show appreciation for the social workers working hard to care for the vulnerable in your community.
Struggling to build a relationship with a child who has experienced the trauma, grief and loss of foster care? Children who have experienced early loss, trauma or neglect experience changes in their bodies, brains, behaviors and belief systems. Trust-Based Relational Intervention© offers practical tools for parents, caregivers, teachers, or anyone who works with children. Equip yourself with this tools at the Empowered to Connect Simulcast, May 5-6 from 10-6pm.
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