Press Release: December 10, 2020
The Coronavirus continues to upend foster care and child welfare, leaving foster care agencies and foster parents across the United States and globe trying to find not only answers, but resources and support.
Foster parents are lacking consistency, routine, and an overall feeling of stability and security. In addition, foster parents are faced with the difficulty of getting the services and support they and the children placed in their home both need.
Foster care agencies and child welfare programs are struggling to provide the resources, training, and support that foster parents require during this time of Covid.
As a result, foster Care agencies and organizations are looking for new ways to help their foster parents and their staff during Covid 19. They are looking for new ways to provide the training, support services, and resources that foster parents, staff and agencies need to have as we all care for children in crisis, children in care.
According to leading expert Dr. John DeGarmo, founder and director of The Foster Care Institute, "More and more foster care agencies and child welfare programs are turning towards Virtual Conferences and online training sessions for their foster parents and families. Webinars are not only hot right now, they are going be taking over even when we can go outside again! Foster parents and agencies are adapting, learning, shifting… and everyone will be looking to do webinars. The Foster Care Institute is proud to be leading the way, as we develop interactive virtual conferences and training sessions for foster care agencies and child welfare programs both across the nation and around the globe."
Want more information? Want to develop a Interactive Virtual Conference for foster parents? Whether you need help with recruiting, retaining, or creating your own foster parent training guide, contact Dr. John DeGarmo at The Foster Care Institute today.
Pick up the phone and call 706 318 9225, email The Foster Care Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website at www.drjohndegarmofostercare.com.
SOURCE The Foster Care Institute