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  • Sammy is a friendly and affectionate child! A puzzle master, he enjoys the challenge of 100 piece puzzles. 🧩 Sammy and the WC crew recently visited the Legoland Discovery Center​. He eagerly explored and built everything from cars to towering buildings!
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  • Erika is a spunky, vibrant, and caring girl who loves being around her friends! She loves origami, crafts, dancing, and basketball. Erika visited the Palace Roller Skating Center in Philly! She is a skillful & graceful skater - she didn't even fall once!
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  • This week, Dominique McFadden (Adoption Coordinator/Wendy's Wonderful Kids Recruiter) sits down with us to talk about the 5 Love Languages and how parents can apply them to children entering their home from foster care Listen by going to https://t.co/kr4c3pR9RO now!
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  • Elijah loves playing any sport! He can connect with people quickly with his affectionate, sweet, and caring personality. @VaiSikahema & the WC crew met Elijah at the University Family Fun Center in Philly, and they enjoyed some friendly competition!
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July 2020

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Thoughts on Impact of COVID-19 on Child Welfare System

Children all over America are feeling anxious, unsettled and unsafe because of the fast-escalating spread of the coronavirus. Younger children are reverting back to outgrown behaviors such as thumb-sucking and bathroom accidents. Teenagers are experiencing dramatic mood swings and becoming more fearful and irritable.

The Importance of Keeping Siblings Together

Today we are going to talk about why it’s important to try to keep sibling groups together. We know that it is not always possible to keep a sibling group together, but we wanted to talk about some of the benefits it can have if you are able to.

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Have you read the latest edition of Parenting Special Needs Magazine? It's a great resource. Clicking on the image will take you to the latest issue.

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