Shay Johnson is a family support worker with KVC. In this story, she describes a teen boy’s journey to finding the perfect forever family.
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Ever wondered what the training classes are like to become a foster parent?. Read this post to learn how current foster families feel about the TIPS-MAPP class.
In-home therapy is a proven method of treatment for families facing behavioral health issues. Learn more about this treatment type.
Foster, adoptive, and kinship parents are invited to attend KFAPA’s one-day regional conference.
Are you a foster parent that wants to be able to confidently give your family tools to go from surviving to thriving? If so, join us for the Trauma Competent Caregiver training!
Thomas was depressed and struggled to heal from childhood trauma. Therapy helped him learn how to communicate, express his emotions and succeed.
During this training, participants will gain tools on ways how to deal with stress and burnout. as well as gain knowledge on the difference between stress, burnout and secondary trauma. Childcare is available, contact your FSC to RSVP. This training will also be available via webcast.
In this training, participants will learn about the development of the Self, a developmental process that every child goes through and how that process is effected during traumatic parental failures. Participants will also learn how to foster a healthy attachment with children in their care as well as how to work with or discipline in a way that […]
Participants will be able to know more about how to support children in care who have been impacted by trauma. Participants will be able to better identify triggers in kids and how to help support them. Childcare is available, contact your FSC to RSVP.
Participants in this training will learn about trauma and its impact as well as why trauma-informed care is important. The training will also cover how to advocate for children as well as different partners foster parents can work with while working with children and families. To register for this training, visit the Children’s Alliance website or contact your […]