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What Is PS-MAPP Foster Parent Training Class?

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Question: What Is PS-MAPP Foster Parent Training Class?

Parenting is a tough job. Some joke about wishing kids came with an instructional manual. Consider foster parent training as an instructional manual for working with foster children who are experiencing crisis. PS-MAPP is just one of the programs used by different areas within the United States to help prepare individuals for a tough, but rewarding work, foster parenting.

Answer:

Partnering for Safety and Permanence-Model Approach to Partnerships in Parenting or PS-MAPP, is the first step to take toward becoming a licensed foster parent or to complete a foster care adoption.

Individuals should expect to spend 3 hours a week, for 10 weeks with two certified leaders. The training team usually includes a social worker and an experienced foster parent.

Some of the goals of the course are:

To learn more go to the Partnering for Safety and Permanence-Model Approach to Partnerships in Parenting or PS-MAPP website.

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