Supportive Facilitated Discussion Group: Fostering Across Race, Ethnicity, & Culture
Welcoming a child into your home, even temporarily, means accepting and affirming their whole selves. When a child has a different racial, ethnic, or cultural background than yours, it can be challenging to know the best ways to properly care for their unique physical, spiritual, and cultural needs.
During this facilitated discussion, caregivers will share their racial, ethnic, or cultural perspective and develop strategies for meeting the needs of a child who has a different background or perspective. The discussion will also include some tips and tricks for finding resources, maintaining community connections, and addressing biases in the community.
Facilitated by caregivers with lived experience in transracial and multi-cultural caregiving, this group aims to discuss the full scope of multi-racial, ethnic, and cultural foster families.
Topics covered in this course include Caregiver Skills, Caregiver Support and Information, Mental Health and Parenting.
This course is not eligible for Social Work CEUs at this time.
- 2.00 ParticipationParticipants should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.