Foster Care

A Foster Home is a private home approved by child welfare services for the placement of children, and includes kinship care. Group and residential care are excluded.

Title Authors Year Type of Publication
From Longing to Belonging: Attachment Theory, Connectedness, and Indigenous Children in Canada

Carriere, Jeannine
Richardson, Cathy

2009 Book chapter
Passion for Those Who Care: What Foster Carers Need

Twigg, Robert C.

2009 Book chapter
Children with FASD Involved with the Manitoba Child Welfare System: The Need for Passionate Action

Fuchs, Don
Burnside, Linda
Marchenski, Shelagh
Mudry, Andria

2009 Book chapter
Foster-parent training and foster-child outcomes: An exploratory cross-sectional analysis

Nash, Jordanna
Flynn, Robert J.

2009 Journal article
The SDQ as a mental health measurement tool in a Canadian sample of looked-after young people

Marquis, Robyn A.
Flynn, Robert J.

2009 Journal article
Manufacturing Ghost Fathers: The Paradox of Father Presence and Absence in Child Welfare

Brown, Leslie
Callahan, Marilyn
Strega, Susan
Walmsley, Christopher
Dominelli, Lena

2009 Journal article
The case for enhanced educational supports for children in public care: An integrative literature review of the educational pathway of children in care

Snow, Kim

2009 Journal article
Why Addressing the Over-Representation of First Nations Children in Care Requires New Theoretical Approaches Based on First Nations Ontology

Blackstock, Cindy

2009 Journal article
Benefits of Cultural Matching in Foster Care

Brown, Jason D.
George, Natalie
Sintzel, Jennifer
St. Arnault, David

2009 Journal article
Confidence to foster across cultures: Caregiver perspectives

Brown, Jason D.
Sintzel, Jennifer
St. Arnault, David
George, Natalie

2009 Journal article