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Foster children are children in [[foster care]] looked after by [[foster parents]]
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===Adolescents and foster care===
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For older adolescents, a foster care program may offer education and resources to prepare for a transition to independent living. That is not to say that older adolescents would not benefit from family placement, however, it is more difficult to recruit foster and adoptive parents for teens due to the stigma that is often attached to adolescents in foster care.
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==See also==
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*[[Looked after children]]
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[[Category:Family members]]
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[[Category:Looked after children]]

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Foster children are children in foster care looked after by foster parents


Adolescents and foster careEdit

For older adolescents, a foster care program may offer education and resources to prepare for a transition to independent living. That is not to say that older adolescents would not benefit from family placement, however, it is more difficult to recruit foster and adoptive parents for teens due to the stigma that is often attached to adolescents in foster care.

See alsoEdit

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