My problem was new staff that came in. I don't know how many times I told staff that this was due and every team meeting we went over the same thing WEEKLY. Then when something did not get done, guess what? Nothing to hard if you get the right training and are willing to work long hours. After 10 years with this company I thought I would of left on better terms.
I did met and was uplifted by some or most youth, foster parent(S), and staff that I worked with. All parties came up with some great suggestions, view points, and along with making it happen. Everyday was a new day and we all learned from each other.
I wanted to see a youth have Joy in their day. Letting them know they are our future. Be who they are. Put the negative part in there life's behind them.
Foster parent(S) are and will always be needed. For some just needed to take the training(S) to a more positive side. Or ask for more of the ones they feel they need the most. Just because you are a parent and have raised 20 kids does not qualify you to be a foster parent. Ask questions, be positive and honest about the training's.