“I was brought up in a household where Christmas meant fun, laughter, presents and lots of food. Christmas was my favorite time of the year,” a social worker, who prefers to remain anonymous, began her Christmas story. “I guess that’s why, when I began my career in social work, it startled me to realize that for most of the children in my care Christmas was a very difficult time.”
Wanted to share an inspirational story of foster care that turned into an adoption in Arkansas. Meet Chase and the Bailey family and watch this short video. https://vimeo.com/202694305
Do You Allow Your Children to Fail?
These days our children’s lives read like a Hollywood movie. People are trying to script their children’s lives. In some cases - they are not allowed to fail. It starts young, if they are sports minded, they have to grow up to be the next Tiger Woods. If they are smart, they are pushed to be a rocket scientist or similar.
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Global Vision Technologies has been leading the industry in providing solutions in the form of crisp, powerful and intuitive custom and off-the-shelf software for agencies in the human services, healthcare and social services sectors. Throughout it all, they never forget about the vision, humility and devotion that courses through the veins of those people who are at the forefront of change in the lives of society's most vulnerable children and their families.
Hello! We're happy to be exhibiting and running a workshop at this year's FFTA conference in the Big Easy, New Orleans! Learn about how we're helping foster care agencies improve data collection, security and reporting. Gifts for all who stop by and say hello!
Global Vision Technologies, the team behind FAMCare is excited to be a presenter at the FFTA conference next week in New Orleans.
As an adopted person who was separated from my twin brother at one year of age, I especially have a strong commitment to this trend. Although, I could not have landed in a better household with very loving parents the entire process was certainly less structured than today’s process.