Grief and Loss Coping Strategies for Foster Parents
“You may experience grief when a foster child leaves your home. Certainly, parents are grieving when their children have been placed in out of home care. Children being placed in your home are experiencing grief related to their removal, changing schools, losing contact with friends, worrying about their parents, missing their pets—the list is a long one!” – from Washington State’s Grief and Loss Coping Strategies for Foster Parents FACT Sheet
Adoption Resources of Wisconsin publishes another great resource to help foster parents understand the grieving process.
Click on the link below to learn more.