Walk a Mile in My Shoes: A Book about Biological Parents for Foster Parents and Social Workers
Child Welfare League of America, Jan 1, 1989 - Family & Relationships - 87 pages
This book can help foster parents and caseworkers get into the shoes of birthparents. Foster parents may use it as a self-help guide. Case workers will find it helps attune them to the tasks both foster parents and birthparents face. Agencies will find it especially effective for use in the separate and joint training of caseworkers and foster parents and for use by teachers and students in learning about birthfamilies.
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