Regina Calcaterra survived years of homelessness and abuse to become an accomplished lawyer and politician. In her new memoir, she makes the case for fostering teenagers—and giving them a home forever.
When kids are little, a sticker chart, small rewards or even a "good job" is often enough to motivate them. But then they become tweens and teens. And it's not so simple. This post outlines 4 practical ways to help promote confidence and a vision for the future in your tweens and teens.
7 Ways to Give Your Child a History When a child is adopted from foster care at an older age, he needs to understand his story up to placement and the significance of his joining a new family forever. Here are hands-on activities you can use to start this conversation.