Infants and Toddlers in Foster Care
Here's how policymakers can seize the opportunity and act now to assure that vulnerable infants and toddlers in foster care get the best possible start in life.
How many times have you moved to a new city in the last six months? Babies removed from their parents’ care often move three or more times in their first months in foster care. Just think how disrupted your life would be if you moved three times in six months and had to make new friends and establish new business relationships each time. Now imagine what it must be like for a baby to lose everything familiar over and over again. These policy recommendations can change the course and life-long outcomes for these infants and toddlers. Download the brief to read all of them.
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