Key Core Beliefs

Foster Child Parenting

Foster Child Parenting

Parents of foster children use the concepts of Key Core Beliefs to help these children overcome the effects of abandonment and trauma.

Trauma-Informed Care
for Foster Children

A majority of foster children have been abandoned, neglected, or abused. When in foster care, these children need a secure family environment to recover from the effects of past experiences. Foster parents can learn how to better understand and connect with the children in their care.

Key Core Beliefs Support Foster Parents

Foster parents can learn several key skills that will help them better support children of all ages. The concepts of Key Core Beliefs reinforce child development as children overcome the effects of being abandoned, neglected, or other traumatic circumstances. When parents understand how to use key skills, they gain a greater assurance that their interactions with their foster children are helping them overcome negative past experiences.
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