Agency NewsPRIDE Training
The PRIDE (Parent Resource for Information, Development, Education) pre-service training program is being offered in our Dryden office over the 2 weekends of April 2 & 3, 2016 and April 16 & 17, 2016. The training covers subject areas, intended to prepare interested individuals for fostering or adoption. Topics include attachment issues, grief and loss, discipline, effects of abuse and neglect, and the impact of fostering/adoption on the family. All materials are provided. For more information, or to register, contact Kathleen McDougall at 807-223-5325 or Rhonda Konrad at 807-737-3250.
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We have an urgent need for foster parents in all of our communities, to provide a nurturing, secure and comforting environment for infants, toddlers, preschool age children, adolescents and children with high medical needs.
Foster parents provide a safe, secure, structured environment; are good role models and team players; have a positive attitude with an optimistic outlook; have patience, a good sense of humour, empathy, and an ability to advocate effectively. Become a foster parent today!
Subsidized accommodations provided
Guaranteed monthly payment, tax free
Location: Kenora and Fort Frances
Contact Ruth Eskritt 807-223-5325 or 1-800-465-1100
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