Traumatised children need the best quality care. They thrive on consistency, calm and order as this is unlikely to have been their previous experience. They need predictability in their lives and both children and their carers’ are likely to benefit from clarity in family routines and habits. This is especially true of children who are … Continue reading The Impact of Attachment Part 2
Choosing Toys for Your Child. Buying presents for children can often be a minefield. Issues to navigate are often the cost of the toys, the quality of the toys, and of course the peer pressure to have the latest toy or gadget! My personal experience of buying toys has me wearing two different hats. As … Continue reading Can I have this one….please?! Choosing a toy for Christmas.
Helping Your Adoptive Child During Christmas Time. There’s nothing like Christmas time to bring up a whole gamut of emotions from joy to despair, togetherness to conflict. For a child who has experienced a whole range of losses the amplified focus of the importance of family at Christmas time can make it one of the … Continue reading Surviving Christmas: 5 Top Tips for Adopters and Foster Carers.
I remember when our youngest daughter came to live with us. On the first night she clearly wondered where she was and why things were so unfamiliar. She was just over a year old and had been in a foster household where she was adored and cossetted, and the focal point of attention for four … Continue reading The Impact of Attachment Part 1
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