The Summer Case: Foster Care in Opera

2016-08-07T09:13:30+00:00

Sonnet Swire, composer of The Summer Case The Oxford English dictionary defines Operatic as, “Extravagantly theatrical; overly dramatic.” There was

#ChalkWalk

2017-06-17T08:26:45+00:00

May is National Foster Care Month Help us kick-start our May foster care events; raise awareness about the kids who

Sibling Bill of Rights

2016-01-16T11:35:46+00:00

Sibling Bill of Rights A brief history of the Sibling Bill of Rights from the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative: In 2012,

Who Do You Belong To?

2015-12-22T09:17:36+00:00

Who Do You Belong To? “Who do you belong to?” asked the wedding photographer, to our 19 year foster son. He was

AJ Needs a Family

2015-12-21T11:17:48+00:00

AJ AJ is a 14 year old Hispanic young man. He is quiet when you first meet him and then easily engages

Poverty and Adolescent Brain Development

2015-12-17T10:56:06+00:00

Poverty and Adolescent Brain Development Many of the adverse effects of poverty on children and adolescents are well-documented. As science improves our

Parenting Your Adopted Teenager

2015-07-29T08:37:24+00:00

Parenting Your Adopted Teenager "During the teenage years, youth form an identity that is separate from their parents and begin to learn