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Why do people foster? foster the people foster the people torches
Establishing the psychological reasons for what draws certain people toward fostering children and keeps others away is an important task, given that recruiting the right foster carers with the right characteristics, is imperative for the optimal development and wellbeing of those children who are placed into care. This research explores psychological motivations established during in-depth interviews with UK foster carers, and formulates a model, which may provide a theoretical building block for the means of assessing future foster carers, in terms of who are likely to be successful, and who are not.
6690 RUR
The Healing Potential of Breathing foster the people foster the people torches
The breath is one of the most powerful natural mean to foster healing and transformation at a very deep level. It has the capacity to facilitate change and healing at the physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual levels. At the physical level, it can improve health problems for a very large variety of conditions. At the emotional level, it can liberate people from old wounds and pent up energies and foster a sense of emotional integration. At the cognitive level, the breath has the potential to help people disidentify with the content of their thoughts and connect to a higher levels of awareness. Finally, breathing provides a direct access to people''s Higher Self.
9716 RUR
The David Foster Wallace Reader foster the people foster the people torches
The David Foster Wallace Reader
3808 RUR
Stephen Foster & Co.: Lyrics of the First Great AmericanSongwriters foster the people foster the people torches
Stephen Foster & Co.: Lyrics of the First Great AmericanSongwriters
2231 RUR
Mark Foster Starman foster the people foster the people torches
A Starter level Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Written for Learners of English by Phillip Burrows and Mark Foster. The empty centre of Australia. The sun is hot and there are not many people. And when Bill meets a man, alone, standing on an empty road a long way from anywhere, he is surprised and worried. And Bill is right to be worried. Because there is something strange about the man he meets. Very strange…
429 RUR
Mark Foster Oranges in the Snow foster the people foster the people torches
A Starter level Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Written for Learners of English by Phillip Burrows and Mark Foster. 'Everything's ready now. We can do the experiment,' says your assistant Joe. You are the famous scientist Mary Durie working in a laboratory in Alaska. When you discover something very new and valuable, other people want to try to steal your idea – can you stop them before they escape?
429 RUR
Enhancing Foster Carers'' Training and Professionalism foster the people foster the people torches
Foster Carers'' Training and Professionalism presents findings from doctoral research undertaken in the Mackay, Bowen and Whitsunday region of North Queensland, Australia. This study explored the adequacy of existing foster carer educational levels and of specific foster carer training undertaken. Information about barriers and incentives to foster carers'' attendance at training, their perceptions of learning needs,preferred modes of training delivery, areas of training and carer support needs were all explored in this study. These are key areas which could assist foster carers to provide good quality care to children placed with them. Several major findings emerged from the research relating to foster carers''recognition of the need for accredited training,the push for the professionalisation of foster care and the notion of receiving a wage for undertaking this work. In conclusion,recommendations are presented, based on the findings of this research,for areas in which improvements could be made to Government policy and practice relating to foster carer training, accreditation, professionalism, payment and support.
9716 RUR
Navigating Fin Aid System For Students Formerly in Foster Care foster the people foster the people torches
For many low income and disadvantaged students formerly in foster care, community colleges are the main post-secondary educational pathway to socioeconomic opportunities. However, students formerly in foster care face many barriers in accessing college as well as actually succeeding in achieving a college degree. Although there have been considerable efforts to expand opportunities for foster youth to earn college degrees, low educational achievement and attainment continue to characterize this population. This qualitative study represents the stories of 12 former foster youth and their collective experience relating to what it is like to be a former foster youth navigating the financial aid system. The purpose of this phenomenological study was to understand the process of financial aid as seen through the lived experiences of former foster youth. This study presents the opportunities and barriers faced by these individuals in accessing financial aid and as such, it provided a community of students a voice that could help improve policies and practices towards the process of awarding and coordinating financial aid to students formerly in foster care.
8890 RUR