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Baby powder snow flurry: A holiday special edition

December 05, 2022 National Center for Youth Law Season 2 Episode 0
Baby powder snow flurry: A holiday special edition
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Fostering Parenthood
Baby powder snow flurry: A holiday special edition
Dec 05, 2022 Season 2 Episode 0
National Center for Youth Law

Dorothy gets support from care service specialist Faye Holmes, who tells her it's all right to put the laundry off another week and call a friend. We all need to be kind to ourselves during this holiday season. We also hear from two of Dorothy's foster youth about how they want to incorporate their past traditions and cultures into this year's holiday celebration.

Guest on the show: Faye Holmes, Care Service Specialist at Fostering Unity, former foster child and foster/adoptive parent of two. Two of Dorothy's foster children.

Resources:
Careline- 213-269-0000 (Can request Faye Holmes as your care service specialist)
FURS- 833-939-3877 CA urgent response for caregivers and youth to preserve the placement
PMRT- 800-854-7771 for psychiatric crisis

Tools:
Add foster kid's cultural foods to the holiday celebration (4:36)
Care service specialist advice for getting through the holidays (14:22)
Remember to be sensitive to foster kid's feelings around old and new family traditions (24:25)

About Fostering Parenthood:

Fostering Parenthood is a podcast by caregivers for caregivers promoting the healthy sexual development of foster youth, brought to you by the National Center for Youth Law and the Reproductive Health Equity Project.


The laws and policies discussed in our show are specific to LA County and California. However, any out-of-state or international listeners should check the regulations specific to their state or country.

Watch our episodes at https://rhep.info/fosteringparenthood-watch!


Learn more about Fostering Parenthood at www.fosteringparenthood.buzzsprout.com.


Email us with questions, comments, and feedback at email@fosterreprohealth.org.


Fostering Parenthood is fully supported by grant number 1 TP2AH000066-01-00 from the HHS Office of Population Affairs. Contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Office of Population Affairs.

Show Notes

Dorothy gets support from care service specialist Faye Holmes, who tells her it's all right to put the laundry off another week and call a friend. We all need to be kind to ourselves during this holiday season. We also hear from two of Dorothy's foster youth about how they want to incorporate their past traditions and cultures into this year's holiday celebration.

Guest on the show: Faye Holmes, Care Service Specialist at Fostering Unity, former foster child and foster/adoptive parent of two. Two of Dorothy's foster children.

Resources:
Careline- 213-269-0000 (Can request Faye Holmes as your care service specialist)
FURS- 833-939-3877 CA urgent response for caregivers and youth to preserve the placement
PMRT- 800-854-7771 for psychiatric crisis

Tools:
Add foster kid's cultural foods to the holiday celebration (4:36)
Care service specialist advice for getting through the holidays (14:22)
Remember to be sensitive to foster kid's feelings around old and new family traditions (24:25)

About Fostering Parenthood:

Fostering Parenthood is a podcast by caregivers for caregivers promoting the healthy sexual development of foster youth, brought to you by the National Center for Youth Law and the Reproductive Health Equity Project.


The laws and policies discussed in our show are specific to LA County and California. However, any out-of-state or international listeners should check the regulations specific to their state or country.

Watch our episodes at https://rhep.info/fosteringparenthood-watch!


Learn more about Fostering Parenthood at www.fosteringparenthood.buzzsprout.com.


Email us with questions, comments, and feedback at email@fosterreprohealth.org.


Fostering Parenthood is fully supported by grant number 1 TP2AH000066-01-00 from the HHS Office of Population Affairs. Contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Office of Population Affairs.