foster child

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The primary themes that emerged indicate the importance of establishing a positive classroom environment for the foster child.
Similarly, licensed foster parents who are not yet members must enroll with PhilHealth and pay the required contribution to ensure his or her benefits including that of the foster child.
The Texas House approved legislation Thursday on a voice vote that would require the guardians of foster children to give informed consent before a foster child could be put on psychotropic drugs.
Under the law, a foster child residing in the home for longer than six months can be claimed for the dependency exemption, the EITC, and the CTC.
They can become a mentor-figure or a surrogate brother or sister helping a foster child to settle into their new home and school and meet new friends,' she added.
In January 2005 their first foster child, 2-year-old Sarah Chavez, arrived.
COQUILLE - A longtime foster parent has been convicted for sexual abuse of a 13-year-old foster child placed in his home in late 2003
No, because the individual who qualifies a taxpayer to claim Head of Household status must be either the taxpayer's child (including step, adopted or grandchild), foster child or other relative who qualifies as a dependent.
Lucy Pitt is the narrator, a foster child who has known only chaos since her parents were killed in an accident, leaving her an orphan, a ward of the state.
Allegations of abuse first surfaced when the oldest foster child accused the Klassen family of sexual abuse in an attempt to have his two sisters removed from the Klassen home and to be reunited with them.
In January, a 3-year-old foster child was found chained to a bed while police were conducting a drug bust at the home of his grandmother, who was caring for him.
An eligible foster child is defined in part as an individual who "the taxpayer cares for as the taxpayer's own child.
Paul Barber is best known as an actor in films such as The Full Monty and The Long Good Friday but for almost ten years, 40 years ago, he was also a foster child.
It is difficult to describe a typical foster family or foster child.
The average foster child remains in care just over three years and is moved from foster family to foster family an average of three times.