THESIS STATEMENT: “To ensure the safety of a child that is placed in foster care, caseworkers/agencies should focus not only on bringing families together but, also on the prevention of all types of abuse while in foster care.”
McFadden, C. (2017, July 2) Foster-Care System Stretched Too Far [News] Retrieved form http://abcnews.go.com
Much of Cynthia McFadden's work has focused on children. She has reported two ground-breaking documentaries on the lives of children being raised by their grandparents ("Family Lost, Family Found" June 2005; "The Outsiders," February 2007). In addition, she has reported on children whose parents are serving in Iraq, children aging out of the foster care system (nominated for a 2007 Emmy; winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Award), obese children and violent children. In 2005, she took network cameras -- for the first time -- inside a family court in Kentucky. She shares the stories of children that went through sometime of abuse while they were in care. She also shares how the children cried out for help and no one paid any mind to what the child had said. This news report would greatly help my argument for change in the foster care system. I truly feel that this information is credible because she has had experience with doing stories about crisis with children.
Roberts P. (2013, May 6) Foster care homes cited for unspeakable abuses across Georgia [blog] retrieved from https://gacoalition4childprotectionreform1.wordpress.com/2013/05/06/foster-care-homes-cited-for-unspeakable-abuses-across-georgia.
Paige Roberts, for the past 10 years plus has been researching family law, constitutional law dealing with deprivation and DFCS/CPS. While she is not a lawyer, she is a special family rights law Advocate; advocating families who have been disrupted by the department of family and children services. The blog shows statistics such as there are 336 private offices in Georgia which put kids into cultivate homes and gathering homes. Since 2008, the state has issued around 1,100 references to 300 of these homes for child care infringement. Be that as it may, the state doled out fines in just 7% of those cases. At the point when fines were issued, the middle sum was just $500. This will help my paper tremendously because gives me evidence to present to my readers. I...