What Happens if Foster Parents and Biological Parents Become Partners?

What Happens if Foster Parents and Biological Parents Become Partners?

by Christina Hite
Foster care can be an isolating experience for everyone involved – biological families, foster families, and of course, for the kids... read more
Parenting a Kiddo with SPD

Parenting a Kiddo with SPD

by Rachel DiMasi
When my youngest son was 18 months old, we were living in crisis mode. Our family of four, including my almost three-year-old son, was... read more
Cultivating Honesty & Felt Safety

Cultivating Honesty & Felt Safety

by Christina Hite
Honesty is hard. ... read more
Beyond February: Supporting Black Children and Families in Child Welfare

Beyond February: Supporting Black Children and Families in Child Welfare

by Dionn Schaffner
Black History Month is a great time to focus on learning the stories about the “Firsts,” the “Onlys,” and the “Did you know?”... read more
5 Things Foster & Adoptive Parents Want the World to Know

5 Things Foster & Adoptive Parents Want the World to Know

by Chrystal Smith
I recently stumbled on this blog that I wrote at the beginning of 2016 when we were still a licensed foster home and the vision for Foster... read more
Sensory Tips for the Holidays

Sensory Tips for the Holidays

by Rachel DiMasi
The holidays are here! And with them come parties, lights, music, and FUN - all amazing things...and all things that can be extremely... read more

"Adoption" Language at Christmastime

by Christina Hite
One of the things we love about our village is your desire to jump in and come alongside families in our community. We see you showing up... read more
What To Know About Adoption From The Beginning

What To Know About Adoption From The Beginning

by Jen Reichert
Adoption is a life-changer. It’s selfless and beautiful, and I love it with my whole, big, ol’, fat heart. Some days feel like paradise... read more
The Difference Between Your Home and You're Home

The Difference Between Your Home and You're Home

by Jen Reichert
I’mma grammar geek. Always have been. And as such, I’ve noticed one of the lessons that continues to elude 10-year-olds and... read more
Common Treatment Approaches for Sensory Processing Disorder

Common Treatment Approaches for Sensory Processing Disorder

by Rachel DiMasi
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) affects 5 percent of children, and 80 percent of children with traumatic backgrounds experience sensory... read more
Sensory Diet 101

Sensory Diet 101

by Rachel DiMasi
What is a Sensory Diet? ... read more
The Sensory Processing Disorder Umbrella

The Sensory Processing Disorder Umbrella

by Rachel DiMasi
So now that we’ve talked a little about Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), we’re going to delve a little deeper and talk about the... read more
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