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Welcome to a New Generation of Adoptees radio show! We have a great show lined up for you guys, we will be interveiwing Nicole she is a fostercare success story. Join us as Nicole shares her brave story about life in the fostercare system and where she is in her life today.
Nicole's story can be a inspiration to all of us.
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A dicussion of dealing with angry children removed their home behaviors. Children in a unsafe environment understand why they had to be removed but they are overwhelm with fear. This emotion bring out other emotions such as anger. This show will give an example of a solution to control the negative behavior that develope from their circumstances.
In the mid 19th century, some 30,000 homeless or neglected children lived in New York City streets and slums. Charles Loring Brace, the founder of The Children's Aid Society, believed that there was a way to change the futures of these children. By removing youngsters from city streets and placing them in farm families, he thought they would have a chance of escaping a lifetime of suffering. He proposed that these children be sent by train to live and work on farms in the midwest and west. The resulting Orphan Train Movement lasted from 1853 to the early 1900s, and transported more than 120,000 children to new lives.
Throughout its history, The Children’s Aid Society has remained on the front lines of foster care reform and advocacy. The Orphan Train Movement and the success of other Children's Aid initiatives led to a host of national child welfare reforms including child labor laws, adoption, foster care services, public education, the provision of health care, and nutrition and vocational training.
Over 510,000 American children are in foster care, taken away when their families are in crisis and can’t take care of them. But there aren’t enough foster families to take them in. There isn’t enough money to provide them the things every child needs. There aren’t enough people to help them, mentor them, or to simply cheer them up and give them hope for the future.
If nothing changes… by the year 2020:
22,500 children will die of abuse or neglect, most before their fifth birthday
More than 10.5 million children will spend some time in foster care
More than 300,000 children will age out of our foster care system, some in poor health and many unprepared for success in higher education, technical college or the workforce
75,000 former foster youth, who aged out of the system, will experience homelessness
The South Carolina Foster Parent Association (SCFPA) was founded by Carl Brown in 1975. Carl and his wife, Mary, began fostering children in 1974. Heavily involved in the National Foster Parent Association, they quickly realized the need for a state association. In the 35 years since it was formed, the SCFPA has served as infrastructure and support for SC foster parents. Presently, there 41 county or county-cluster organizations serving all 46 SC counties; each with its own elected officials and DSS liaison. County/County-Cluster Presidents convene quarterly to ensure effective communication statewide with regard to training, legislation affecting the foster care system and other pertinent issues. The SCFPA has established a number of programs designed to assist foster parents in providing for the needs of the children in their care; programs that benefit the children from an academic standpoint as well as socially, psychologically, and emotionally.
Sonny B. Southerlamd, Sr., will discuss child abuse, fostercare, custody, visitation, CPS corruption, domestic terrorism, human rights, dealing with the court and child support issues.
International discussion with Tyrone Cato.
Wishing everyone a Happy Kwanzaa and a Happy New Year's, 2015!
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Sunday, September 14, 2014........Cora Jakes-Colman Expresses Details of Her Infertility and Having Faith In a Barren Land with The Sarah Theri Show.
Bishop T.D. Jake’s daughter, Cora Jakes-Colman wants to speak life into the dry places in your life. Tune in as she talks about her battle with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and “Fertility Faith” with Sarah Theri.
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Join us Friday, June 20th 2014 for our kick off show since December 2013. Our first guest will be Heidi Russo. Heidi is the biological/first mom of Colin Kaepernick. Colin is the Quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. Heidi will tell us what her experience was to relinquish Colin and the decision she made to spend from birth to five weeks to prevent him from going to Fostercare.
Heidi is raising her ten year old son and continuing her career as a nurse. Heidi has also help start an organization called "Three Strands" an organization to help remove the stigmas and sterotypes of biological mothers.
When the name South Carolina Department of Social Services is spoken people react in many different ways. Some folks run for the hills. Those in need of help give thanks. Others nash their teeth and use words I will not repeat.
Tuesday's guest will be explaining what SCDSS is all about.
Over the past couple of years SCDSS has faced many challenges. At the same time they hold claim to several achievements; although you may not hear about .achievements).
Sandr Sturkie will sit across the table from me as we explore the services provided by SCDSS, the issues, the successes and where they are headed from here.
Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" with us Tuesday morning at 7AM-8:30AM EST. Feel free to enter the chatroom or call in at (855) 236-2486 to join the conversation live on air.
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When supported by strong practices and policies, positive school experiences can counteract the negative effects of abuse, neglect, separation, and lack of permanency experienced by the nearly 400,000 U.S. children and youth in foster care. Education not only supports economic success in adult life, it also provides opportunities for improved wellbeing in physical, intellectual, and social domains during critical developmental periods. A concerted effort by child welfare agencies, education agencies, and the courts could lead to significant progress in changing the consistent and disheartening picture the research portrays.
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Author Lisa Sparrow| she'll be discussing her novel "His Eye Is On The Sparrow" on "A Touch of Grace," Monday, March 3rd, 2014 at 1:30PM.
About The Book
Lisa Sparrow has never felt loved or wanted. Born into a family that she never quite fit into, her childhood was spent alternating between the foster care system and various mental health institutions. How could the very people charged to protect her make her feel so worthless?
From the agony of multiple miscarriages to the pain of never feeling love from anyone, Lisa Y.
Sparrow reveals the most intimate of details of her life in the hopes that someone is freed from their own prison of mental illness.
About The Author
Newcomer Lisa Sparrow has endured more pain and loss in her life than anyone should be expected to. With her first book, His Eye Is on the Sparrow, she reveals the challenges she has faced in stunning detail. Lisa has learned the hard way that if you stay where you are in life, you’ll never reach your full potential. Her journey to self-love and acceptance has been a hard fought battle and one she is led by God to share with her readers. Lisa is a divorced mother of two wonderful children, Lauren and Leon, and currently lives in Columbus, Ohio. She currently works as clerical support for a local lighting company. With His Eye Is on the Sparrow, Lisa hopes to shed some light on the subject of mental illness in this country and the process of although this is Lisa’s first project, it certainly will not be her last. She is currently working on her second book, scheduled to be released in 2014.